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The Daily Dispatch: February 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], The late affair in Hardy county--Fuller particulars of the capture of the Yankee wagon train. (search)
al wound which had been inflicted upon the unfortunate victim. On inquiry, it was ascertained that Lieut. Ferneyhough, with a Sergeant and three men, members of "Dabney's Heavy Artillery," had been detailed to proceed to the City Hall for the purpose of obtaining some blankets, which had been purchased with the appropriation made lifeless form of Callahan, his sister and father seemed over whelmed with grief, and their lamentations might be heard some distance beyond the building. Capt. Dabney informs us that on Friday night Crump was made a sergeant problem., and had charge of a guard around some of the Government property. As he was not required ald over the body of Callahan on Saturday afternoon, who rendered a verdict that "he came to his death from the accidental shooting of a musket in the hands of Robert A. Crump." Afterwards, Captain Dabney took his remains in charge, and they were yesterday followed to their last resting place under an escort of the whole company.