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Lynchburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 14
The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican states that S. H. De Vaughan, formerly Provost Marshal of that city, has gone to Alexandria and taken the oath to Lincoln's Government. Thomas Sumner, Superintendent of the Georgia R. R. machine shops, died at Augusta, Ga., on the 2d inst.
S. H. Vaughan (search for this): article 14
The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican states that S. H. De Vaughan, formerly Provost Marshal of that city, has gone to Alexandria and taken the oath to Lincoln's Government. Thomas Sumner, Superintendent of the Georgia R. R. machine shops, died at Augusta, Ga., on the 2d inst.
The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican states that S. H. De Vaughan, formerly Provost Marshal of that city, has gone to Alexandria and taken the oath to Lincoln's Government. Thomas Sumner, Superintendent of the Georgia R. R. machine shops, died at Augusta, Ga., on the 2d inst.
Thomas Sumner (search for this): article 14
The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican states that S. H. De Vaughan, formerly Provost Marshal of that city, has gone to Alexandria and taken the oath to Lincoln's Government. Thomas Sumner, Superintendent of the Georgia R. R. machine shops, died at Augusta, Ga., on the 2d inst.
The Lynchburg (Va.) Republican states that S. H. De Vaughan, formerly Provost Marshal of that city, has gone to Alexandria and taken the oath to Lincoln's Government. Thomas Sumner, Superintendent of the Georgia R. R. machine shops, died at Augusta, Ga., on the 2d inst.