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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.14 (search)
ames N. Boyd, R. A. Brock, R. H. Gilliam, W. Leigh Burton, Tazewell Ellett, John W. Powell, James W. Archer, George A. Haynes, Philip A. Wellford, William S. Archer, J. H. Ellerson, Louis Zimmer and Henry N. Bullington, from New York, Thomas Ritchie Green, Clay Drewry, J. F. Meredith, Walter J. Blunt, Daniel D. Talley, Archer Anderson, Thomas A. Brander, R. D. Adam, W. C. Barker, E. G. Tompkins, B. B. Van Buren, Joseph N. Willis, James E. Tyler, John Tyler, R. Emmet Tyler, W. B. Marks, Lewis D. Crenshaw, George D. Wise, E. B. Meade, A. Randolph Tatum, George W. Peterkin, W. S. Jinkins, George R. Pace, Shirley King, A. J. Singleton, John H. Worsham, Mann Page. Other veterans joined with the Association in the march. Major Skinker, who lost a leg in the service and marched on crutches, commanded much attention, and the organization was frequently cheered by citizens and soldiery on the march—several commands presenting arms as the Association passed. Maryland Veterans. The Maryl
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 19. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.51 (search)
taste and culture, who was a member of Mr. Davis's Cabinet as secretary of war. Mr. Morson and Mr. Seddon were cousins, and were once associated as partners in the practice of law. Mr. Seddon also preferred a country residence, and removed to Goochland county. In 1857 he sold his city premises to Mr. Lewis D. Crenshaw for twenty-five thousand dollars, and in June, 1861, Mr. Crenshaw sold them to the city of Richmond for thirty-five thousand dollars. Virginius. Richmond, February 15, 1891.f taste and culture, who was a member of Mr. Davis's Cabinet as secretary of war. Mr. Morson and Mr. Seddon were cousins, and were once associated as partners in the practice of law. Mr. Seddon also preferred a country residence, and removed to Goochland county. In 1857 he sold his city premises to Mr. Lewis D. Crenshaw for twenty-five thousand dollars, and in June, 1861, Mr. Crenshaw sold them to the city of Richmond for thirty-five thousand dollars. Virginius. Richmond, February 15, 1891.
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.27 (search)
Habliston, Mr. W. C. Preston, Mr. Meade Haskins, Mr. John S. Ellett, Judge H. W. Flournoy, Mr. J. C. Roy, Mr. Frederick S. Myers, Mr. W. J. Westwood, Mr. E. A. Saunders, Mr. F. B. Elliot, Mr. A. J. Vaughan, Mr. T. Wiley Davis, Mr. James T. Gray, Mr. Philip O'Neil, Mr. R. F. Cook, Mr. R. T. Pemberton, Mr. W. T. Carrington, Mr. David Wilson, Mr. R. R. Roberts, Major E. T. D. Myers, Mr. John A. Curtis, Mr. A. B. Clarke, Major Clay Drewry, Mr. Joseph C. Dickerson, Captain Andrew Pizzini, Mr. Lewis D. Crenshaw, Mr. James T. Ferriter, Mr. B. H. Berry, Mr. Sig. M. Goodman, Mr. R. T. Briggs, Mr. T. H. Ellett, Mr. James B. Pace, Mr. R. E. Glover, Mr. R. H. Boykin, Mr. L. Z. Morris, Captain J. W. Talley, Mr. Edgar Fergusson, Mr. F. H. McGuire, Mr. W. Benjamin Palmer, Mr. R. H. Harwood, Mr. Joseph Fourqurean, Mr. Virginius Newton, Captain John H. Parker, General R. L. Page, Colonel G. Percy Hawes, Colonel W. Miles Cary, Mr. E. T. Crump, Dr. C. W. P. Brock, Mr. Thomas Atkinson, Mr. Alexander Cam
Hdqs, Gov's Mounted Guard. Camp Ashland, May 11, 1861. the Governor's Mounted Guard desire to return their thanks to Messrs. J. F. Scott and Wm. A. Grills, and Troopers J. H. Rives and John Allan for their very liberal contributions in money. Also, to Messrs. L. D. Crenshaw and Wm. A. Grills for the use of two valuable horses for members of the corps. (but for which liberality on their part two Troopers would have had to remain at home.) Also, many thanks to the Rev. Mr. Nolley for his great kindness in furnishing provender for our horses on our arrival at the camp. The corps wishes also to express their thanks particularly to their former associate, Quartermaster Jos. H. Crenshaw and Surgeon Francis W. Hancock, for their many acts of liberality, kindness, and unabated attention to its members. Published by order of Capt. Cabell. my 13--1t E. Bossieux, 1st Sergt.
Runaway --I am requested to advertise Negro Boy John as a runaway, and will pay the legal reward for his apprehension and delivery Had on when he left, gray pants, black and a dark brown coat and capt. about 5 feet 4 or inches in height, and is supposed to be lurking about Richmond. Lewis D. Crenshaw. 0c 12--3t Trustee for Mrs. G. H. Tompkins.
The Daily Dispatch: October 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], The danger of rebellion in the North! (search)
Runaway. --I am requested to advertise Negro Boy John as a runaway, and will pay the legal reward for his apprehension and delivery. Had on, when he left, gray pants, black silk vest, and a dark brown coat and cap; about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches in height, and is supposed to be lurking about Richmond. Lewis D. Crenshaw, Trustee for Mrs. G. H. Tompkins. oc 12--3t
Runaway. --I am requested to advertise Negro Boy John as a runaway, and will pay the legal reward for his apprehension and delivery. Had on, when he left, gray pants, black silk vest, and a dark brown coat and Capt about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches in height, and is supposed to be larking about Richmond. Lewis D. Crenshaw. oc 12--3t Trustee for Mrs. G. H. Tompkins.
rracott and Mrs. Winston, through Dr. McCaw, for N. W., blankets and socks. Scottsburg Aid Society, 1 box, containing comforts, pillows, socks, dried fruit, flannel drawers, &c. 4 pairs socks and 2 pairs gloves, through J. B. Watkins. Mrs. James Pae, 3 pairs socks, pamphlets and books. Mrs. John G. Blair, 16 pairs gloves for N. W. Mrs. George Hannah, 11 pairs socks, 1 pair gloves. Arthur McClash, contribution $5. Contributions for soldiers' Lodge. Lewis D. Crenshaw$25 00 Richard Meade25 00 R. B. Haxall25 00 Ginter, Alvey & Arents25 00 Dunlop, Moncure & Co25 00 Kent, Paine & Co25 00 John A. Lancaster & Co25 00 Wm. Ira Smith25 00 Ellet and Drewry25 00 L. Nunnally20 00 Bacon & Baskerville20 00 John C. Robson20 00 Lieut. Quinan20 00 Alfred Moses15 00 John Dunnivant10 00 S. M. Price & Co10 00 Ellet & Weisiger10 00 George J. Sumner10 00 Rev. A. E. Dickinson10 00 S. L. Johnson5 00 W. Peterson5 00 James Woodhouse5 00 Dr. George N. S
Sale of valuable property. --The farm, containing twenty-five acres, known as "Rose Neath," owned by J. B. Faulkner, well known as the former residence of Lewis D. Crenshaw, near the terminus of Grove road, on the western suburbs of the city, was sold yesterday at public auction, by Messrs, James M. Taylor & Son, real estate auctioneers, for the sum of $20,000. The price obtained for the place is regarded as good, and indicating a very healthy feeling in the real estate market.
Wanted To purchase or hire, a No. 1 Dining room Servant. For a competent man for good character and habits, liberal price will he paid. Lewis D. Crenshaw. de 27--5t
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