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P. A. Peterson (search for this): article 13
Election of a Chaplain. --Rev. P. A. Peterson, of the Methodist Conference, has been elected Chaplain of the 12th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Colonel D. A. Weisiger commanding. Rev. Mr. Peterson was stationed at Portsmouth, Va., but knowing what would be his fate after the occupancy of the town by the Yankees, he wisly left. His friends will be pleased to hear that he is now agreeably located. Election of a Chaplain. --Rev. P. A. Peterson, of the Methodist Conference, has been elected Chaplain of the 12th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Colonel D. A. Weisiger commanding. Rev. Mr. Peterson was stationed at Portsmouth, Va., but knowing what would be his fate after the occupancy of the town by the Yankees, he wisly left. His friends will be pleased to hear that he is now agreeably located.
D. A. Weisiger (search for this): article 13
Election of a Chaplain. --Rev. P. A. Peterson, of the Methodist Conference, has been elected Chaplain of the 12th Regiment Virginia Volunteers, Colonel D. A. Weisiger commanding. Rev. Mr. Peterson was stationed at Portsmouth, Va., but knowing what would be his fate after the occupancy of the town by the Yankees, he wisly left. His friends will be pleased to hear that he is now agreeably located.