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Clarke (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
A Confederate Soldier shot. On the 18th ult.,--Kerfoot, a son of Wm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust this will be a warning to our soldiers who remain in the enemy's line with the pretext that they cannot escape.
A Confederate Soldier shot. On the 18th ult.,--Kerfoot, a son of Wm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust this will be a warning to our soldiers who remain in the enemy's line with the pretext that they cannot escape.
William C. Kerfoot (search for this): article 5
A Confederate Soldier shot. On the 18th ult.,--Kerfoot, a son of Wm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust thWm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust this will be a warning to our soldiers who remain in the enemy's line with the pretext that they cannot escape.
A Confederate Soldier shot. On the 18th ult.,--Kerfoot, a son of Wm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust this will be a warning to our soldiers who remain in the enemy's line with the pretext that they cannot escape.
A Confederate Soldier shot. On the 18th ult.,--Kerfoot, a son of Wm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust this will be a warning to our soldiers who remain in the enemy's line with the pretext that they cannot escape.
A Confederate Soldier shot. On the 18th ult.,--Kerfoot, a son of Wm. C. Kerfoot, of Clarke county, was shot by a party of Yankees near his father's residence. It seems that he had been about home since Gen. Jackson drove Banks out of the Valley, and that on the approach of the party of Yankees alluded to be attempted to escape, and took refuge in a corn-field, where he was shot. He died on the 22d. Several other Confederate soldiers of the same county were taken prisoners. We trust this will be a warning to our soldiers who remain in the enemy's line with the pretext that they cannot escape.