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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 27. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Hanover county heroes. [from the Richmond, Va., Dispatch, October 15, 1899.] (search)
y 21, 1861. Richard D. Saunders, Manassas, July 21, 1861. Richard Harris, Kelly's Ford, March 17, 1863. B. J. Nuckols, Spotsylvania Courthouse, May 9, 1864. John W. Nash, Raccoon Ford, October 1, 1863. J. Benton Vaughan, , May 1——, 1864. T. Cary Nelson, Nance's Shop, June 24, 1864. W. T. Priddy, Wayneshoro, October, 1864. R. W. Talley,——, 1864. Andy J. Nuckols, Tom's Brook, October 9, 1864. Twenty-Fourth Virginia cavalry. Chapman Tyler, Enon Church. William Timberlake, Enon Church. Arthur Timberlake, Enon Church. Mosby's cavalry. Wirt M. Binford, Harmony Church. Artillery. Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Minor Coleman, Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. Page's battery. Sergeant C. S. Stone, Fredericksburg, December 13, 1862. Corporal Thomas L. Jones, Second Manassas, 1862. Samuel Baker, Richmond, 1862. N. A. Cross, Richmond, 1862. W. T. Ford, Richmond, 1862. Martin Baker, Richmond, 1862. William J. Chapman, Fort Delawa
The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1860., [Electronic resource], The Press on the State of the country. (search)
Henrico County Court. --On Friday, Mark A. Shope and Wm. Timberlake, indicted for selling ardent spirits without license, and Jas. C. Taliaferro, for illegal voting, were acquitted. A nolle prosequi was entered in the case of James Franklin, alias James Miller, for injuring the lands of John H. Goodman. The cases of Leander C. Blackburn and Adam France, for assault, were continued to next term. The following cases were disposed of on Saturday: A. Rix, presented for injuring the lands of Fendall Griflin, fined $1 and costs.--Wm. Wilker, for selling ardent spirits without license, fined $60 under the new law, and costs in the second case. Lewis Norberger, for a similar offence, fined $60 by the Court.--Adam Whittle, presented for selling ardent spirits without license, was acquitted; the case of John Noker was continued, and that of Mary Burkman was dismissed, the defendant being dead. The case of Jas. W. Gill, for illegal voting, was continued to next term. On Thursday n
etting together $104 in State notes — none of the money lost being in the roll. He still denied the offence with great earnestness, but was arrested. The Mayor thought it a proper case for the Hustings Court and sent the defendant on to await trial on the second Monday in February next. Hustings Court.--At a quarterly Court of Hustings, held for the city of Richmond on Monday, January 12th, 1863--present; J. K. Caskie, Recorder; Richard D. Sausay, Senior Alderman; N. C. Lipscombe, Wm. Timberlake, and Geo. N. Gwathmey, Aldermen. James Halsey, charged with permitting his slaves, Priscilla Redd and Lucy, to go at large contrary to law, was fined $10 and costs. Turner Richardson was fined $10 and costs for miles offence. George Hendley and Edward Laville, charged with assaulting Thomas Hayes on the 15th of December last, and robbing him of $552, were examined and acquitted. Patrick O'Donnell and Patrick O'Nell, charged with assaulting John W. Barnett, and robbing hi
Hustings Court. --The Court assembled at 11 o'clock, pursuant to adjournment --Present: James K. Caskie, Recorder, Richard D. Sanxay, Senior Alderman; and James Bray, and Wm. Timberlake, Aldermen. John M. Francisco appeared and qualified as Notary Public. A tax erroneously assessed against the Virginia Central railroad company, amounting to $135 03, was refunded to said company. The decision of the Mayor, ordering Mary Roots 15 lashes, was reversed. A tax, amounting to $10.50, erroneously assessed against Wm. B. Ratcliffe, was ordered to be refunded. John McKinly was fined $60 for retailing ardent spirits without a license. James B. Smith, indicted for assault and battery, was acquitted. Patrick McGary, indicted for shooting at a person in the street, was fined $100 and sent to jail for six months. The Court requested the Attorney for the Commonwealth to attend the meeting of the Committee on Courts of Justice of the House of Delegates, on
The Daily Dispatch: August 30, 1864., [Electronic resource], The burning of Hon. Mr. Boteler's residence. (search)
Sent on for examination. --Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes and Oscar, her son, were brought before Justice Elijah Baker, of Henrico, yesterday, the first on the charge of receiving, and the last named charged with stealing, several bushers of corn from William Timberlake. After an examination into the facts of the case, they were remanded for indictment by the grand jury of the County Court in September.