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Loudoun (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
Boon (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
Hanover Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
George A. Thomas (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
W. A. Wilson (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
J. A. Reynold (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
E. N. Haycock (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
J. T. Mays (search for this): article 25
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
Prisoners taken by the enemy. --The fol-following is said to be a correct list of the Confederates captured by the enemy in the Manassas battle. J. T. Mays, of Botetourt; E. N. Haycock, Fairfax; W. N. Mallar, Alleghany; H. Dunott, do.; J. A. Reynold, Staunton; A. C. Landstreet, Fairfax; George A. Thomas, District of Columbia; David Porter, do.; W. A. Wilson, Loudoun; Claiborne Lang,--;James A. Wingfield, Amherst;--Ledbetter, Hanover; Col. Boon, Mississippi.
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