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Roanoke Island (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
Killed. --Col. Henry M. Shaw, of the 8th N. C. regiment, was shot through the head by the enemy's pickets at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning, in an advice towards Newbern. His body arrived at Weldom on Wednesday morning. He was in command to Roanoke Island when it fell and was formerly a member of Congress from North Carolina.
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Killed. --Col. Henry M. Shaw, of the 8th N. C. regiment, was shot through the head by the enemy's pickets at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning, in an advice towards Newbern. His body arrived at Weldom on Wednesday morning. He was in command to Roanoke Island when it fell and was formerly a member of Congress from North Carolina.
New Bern (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 6
Killed. --Col. Henry M. Shaw, of the 8th N. C. regiment, was shot through the head by the enemy's pickets at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning, in an advice towards Newbern. His body arrived at Weldom on Wednesday morning. He was in command to Roanoke Island when it fell and was formerly a member of Congress from North Carolina.
Henry M. Shaw (search for this): article 6
Killed. --Col. Henry M. Shaw, of the 8th N. C. regiment, was shot through the head by the enemy's pickets at 1 o'clock Tuesday morning, in an advice towards Newbern. His body arrived at Weldom on Wednesday morning. He was in command to Roanoke Island when it fell and was formerly a member of Congress from North Carolina.