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The Daily Dispatch: September 22, 1863., [Electronic resource],
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Four persons killed. --On Thursday evening, the 10th inst., during a severe thunder storm, four persons--two men and two women — were instantly killed, about a mile from Abingdon, Va., Their names were Thomas D. Perry, of Col. Johnson's Kentucky cavalry battalion; H. G. Caton, of the 5th Kentucky infantry; Rebecca Lynch and Elizabeth Murry, of this county. They had taken shelter under an oak tree in the corner of a field, near the turnpike. They were all carried to town that evening, laid out in the hospital, and were buried the next day.