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Rocketts (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
ttle negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of stealing bread from Mrs. Cordon, a poor woman, living in Rocketts, and sent to Castle Thunder for sixty days, to subsist on bread and water, of which he seems so fond.
Joseph Giegan (search for this): article 5
cEntee was sufficiently recovered from his recent indisposition to hold his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of steal
Charles Sherman (search for this): article 5
rday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of stealing bread from Mrs. Cordon, a poor woman, living in Rocketts, and sent to Castle Thunder
Barney Fox (search for this): article 5
vered from his recent indisposition to hold his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of stealing bread from Mrs. Cordon, a
Provost Court. --Fortunately, Colonel McEntee was sufficiently recovered from his recent indisposition to hold his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvani
Ananias Johnson (search for this): article 5
Provost Court. --Fortunately, Colonel McEntee was sufficiently recovered from his recent indisposition to hold his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvan
Mike Herrin (search for this): article 5
tle negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of stealing bread from Mrs. Cordon, a poor woman, living in Rocketts, and sent to Castle Thunder for sixty days, to subsist on bread and water, of which he seems so fond.
Provost Court. --Fortunately, Colonel McEntee was sufficiently recovered from his recent indisposition to hold his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvan
John Madoras (search for this): article 5
d his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of stealing bread from Mrs. Cordon, a poor woman, living in Rocketts, and sent
James Hackett (search for this): article 5
iciently recovered from his recent indisposition to hold his Court on Saturday, and the following cases were disposed of: Ananias Johnson, a little negro, was found guilty of stealing a gold ring, and sent to Castle Thunder for twenty days. Robert Woolford, negro, charged with drunkenness, was sent to Castle Thunder for ten days. Private Lynass, Twelfth United States infantry, charged with robbing soldiers, was sent to Castle Thunder to await his trial. Joseph Giegan, James Hackett, Barney Fox, George Sullivan, James Burk, John Madoras and Charles Sherman, all of the Twelfth United States infantry, charged with coming from their camp to the city without passes, were found guilty and sent to the Castle for twenty days each. Mike Herrin and Pat Tracy, Eleventh United States infantry, charged with the same offence, were each sent to the Castle for twenty days. Wilson Varner, of the Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery, was found guilty of stealing bread from
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