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Bedford County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Runaway Negro. --Ranaway from the service of the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company, in June last, a slave named Abraham. He is about 25 years of age, 6 feet high, and of a dark brown color, usually wears a handkerchief on his head, and has a scar on his forehead or face. Abraham belongs to Capt. John Buford, of Bedford county, and it is supposed that he is now about Richmond, or at one of the volunteer encampments. A liberal reward will be paid for him. R. H. Gill, Gen'l Sup't Va. & Tenn. Railroad. Lynchburg, July 10, 1861. jy 1--1m.
Runaway Negro. --Ranaway from the service of the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company, in June last, a slave named Abraham. He is about 25 years of age, 6 feet high, and of a dark brown color, usually wears a handkerchief on his head, and has a scar on his forehead or face. Abraham belongs to Capt. John Buford, of Bedford county, and it is supposed that he is now about Richmond, or at one of the volunteer encampments. A liberal reward will be paid for him. R. H. Gill, Gen'l Sup't Va. & Tenn. Railroad. Lynchburg, July 10, 1861. jy 1--1m.
R. H. Gill (search for this): article 5
Runaway Negro. --Ranaway from the service of the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company, in June last, a slave named Abraham. He is about 25 years of age, 6 feet high, and of a dark brown color, usually wears a handkerchief on his head, and has a scar on his forehead or face. Abraham belongs to Capt. John Buford, of Bedford county, and it is supposed that he is now about Richmond, or at one of the volunteer encampments. A liberal reward will be paid for him. R. H. Gill, Gen'l Sup't Va. & Tenn. Railroad. Lynchburg, July 10, 1861. jy 1--1m.
John Buford (search for this): article 5
Runaway Negro. --Ranaway from the service of the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company, in June last, a slave named Abraham. He is about 25 years of age, 6 feet high, and of a dark brown color, usually wears a handkerchief on his head, and has a scar on his forehead or face. Abraham belongs to Capt. John Buford, of Bedford county, and it is supposed that he is now about Richmond, or at one of the volunteer encampments. A liberal reward will be paid for him. R. H. Gill, Gen'l Sup't Va. & Tenn. Railroad. Lynchburg, July 10, 1861. jy 1--1m.
Runaway Negro. --Ranaway from the service of the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company, in June last, a slave named Abraham. He is about 25 years of age, 6 feet high, and of a dark brown color, usually wears a handkerchief on his head, and has a scar on his forehead or face. Abraham belongs to Capt. John Buford, of Bedford county, and it is supposed that he is now about Richmond, or at one of the volunteer encampments. A liberal reward will be paid for him. R. H. Gill, Gen'l Sup't Va. & Tenn. Railroad. Lynchburg, July 10, 1861. jy 1--1m.
July 10th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 5
Runaway Negro. --Ranaway from the service of the Virginia & Tennessee Railroad Company, in June last, a slave named Abraham. He is about 25 years of age, 6 feet high, and of a dark brown color, usually wears a handkerchief on his head, and has a scar on his forehead or face. Abraham belongs to Capt. John Buford, of Bedford county, and it is supposed that he is now about Richmond, or at one of the volunteer encampments. A liberal reward will be paid for him. R. H. Gill, Gen'l Sup't Va. & Tenn. Railroad. Lynchburg, July 10, 1861. jy 1--1m.