Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1863., [Electronic resource].
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Between Some two hours after the above whilst a guard were standing around body, awaiting the Coroner, William C. Martin made his appearance, proclaimed to know this deceased well, said that the worn by the deceased belonged to him, and that the day before he had exchanged with T. Cummings, of have recurred it. This by Martin indeed the jury to questions, and received in the of strong suspicion against him. that Elder, Cummings, and members of Captain Tyson's that he had been in three days, had slept at Camp Lee the night before, but she that he the previous at 12 o'clock he parted with a Mr. Gentry at the corner of 2d and Broad streets, he going to Camp Lee and Gentry to his home, that he then boarded with Alex Tomlin, on Union Hill, where he had just changed his clothes, leaving a white coat, white vest, and black pants, and putting on a black coat and white pants. He further stated that he was a native of South Carolina, but had served three years