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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 6. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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forty-five. Missing.--Major Duncan J. Hall; Capt. Thomas Whiting, Co. G; Corporal J. K. Lowrey, and privates Robt. Armstrong, Roger Duffy, Charles Lord, Gardner Fuller, Jasper Luper, Philip Mulinix, Frank Russell, Henry Sterling, Enoch D. T. Sharp, Co. A; Corporal Richard M. Vaughan and private John C. Mercer, Co. B; Corporal Mathew W. Clexton, musician Marcus H. Perry, and privates Jacob Becker, Chas. Davis, Peter Hussey, Dan Nellis, Patrick H. McNamee, Thos. Maronie, Robt. Russell, Wesley Wilson, George M. Jones, Marvin J. Spoor, (two latter paroled prisoners,) Co. C; Sergeant Ed. Humphrey, Corporals David Labonty, David S. Allen, Oliver Bunker, and priva<*>es Joseph Zach, L. W. Beardsley, W. H. Millibam, Charles Fisher, Marion King, Mada Rubidi, Henry Tinsley, Co. D. The following additional in company B are paroled prisoners: privates Wm. Voerhees, John Miller, Wm. S. Rice, Jackson Arnold, W. D. Walker and Leo Lawrent; Corporals Geo. Shears, Andrew Golden and G. L. Richards;
The Yankees in Moorefield. --The Lynchburg Republican, of the 3d inst., says: Private letters, under date of the 26th ult., from Moorefield, Hardy county, Va., to a gentleman in this city, inform us that the Yankees to the number of 800 took possession of Moorefield on Sunday, the 23d inst., without opposition, all the available force of Hardy county being absent with Gen. Jackson. They are depredating considerably upon the farmers in the vicinity, stealing cattle, sheep, flour, &c. They arrested many of the citizens of the town, among the great Messrs. Snodgrass, Kuykendall. Heiskell, William and D. Vanmeter, Wesley Wilson, and others, but afterwards released them on parole.--They searched the back, but were disappointed in their expected plunder, as the money, books and papers had been removed on Saturday night.