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Thomas Groody (search for this): article 6
t the same time; Colonel F. T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois; Major David Sadler, Second Pennsylvania; Captain H. C. Roomes, company E, Eighty-ninth New York; Julius A. Weis, company C, Seventh, United States Colored Troops; Josiah C. Beck, company K, Ninth Maine, United States Colored Troops; Thomas McCarthy, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; First Lieutenants H. H. Epps, company I, Eighty-nine New York; D. S. Mack, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; G. R. Shidlerar, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; Second Lieutenants Thomas Groody, company B, Eighty-ninth New York; George C. Wilson, company H, Second Pennsylvania; Thomas H. Munford, company I, Second Pennsylvania; company B, Second Pennsylvania; Ellia, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; J. Ferguson, company G, Seventh United States Colored Troops, and R. M. Spinnay, company D, United States Colored Troops; Third Lieutenant W. L. Laughlin, company I, Second Pennsylvania.
George C. Wilson (search for this): article 6
t the same time; Colonel F. T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois; Major David Sadler, Second Pennsylvania; Captain H. C. Roomes, company E, Eighty-ninth New York; Julius A. Weis, company C, Seventh, United States Colored Troops; Josiah C. Beck, company K, Ninth Maine, United States Colored Troops; Thomas McCarthy, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; First Lieutenants H. H. Epps, company I, Eighty-nine New York; D. S. Mack, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; G. R. Shidlerar, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; Second Lieutenants Thomas Groody, company B, Eighty-ninth New York; George C. Wilson, company H, Second Pennsylvania; Thomas H. Munford, company I, Second Pennsylvania; company B, Second Pennsylvania; Ellia, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; J. Ferguson, company G, Seventh United States Colored Troops, and R. M. Spinnay, company D, United States Colored Troops; Third Lieutenant W. L. Laughlin, company I, Second Pennsylvania.
Thomas H. Munford (search for this): article 6
the same time; Colonel F. T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois; Major David Sadler, Second Pennsylvania; Captain H. C. Roomes, company E, Eighty-ninth New York; Julius A. Weis, company C, Seventh, United States Colored Troops; Josiah C. Beck, company K, Ninth Maine, United States Colored Troops; Thomas McCarthy, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; First Lieutenants H. H. Epps, company I, Eighty-nine New York; D. S. Mack, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; G. R. Shidlerar, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; Second Lieutenants Thomas Groody, company B, Eighty-ninth New York; George C. Wilson, company H, Second Pennsylvania; Thomas H. Munford, company I, Second Pennsylvania; company B, Second Pennsylvania; Ellia, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; J. Ferguson, company G, Seventh United States Colored Troops, and R. M. Spinnay, company D, United States Colored Troops; Third Lieutenant W. L. Laughlin, company I, Second Pennsylvania.
R. M. Spinnay (search for this): article 6
the same time; Colonel F. T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois; Major David Sadler, Second Pennsylvania; Captain H. C. Roomes, company E, Eighty-ninth New York; Julius A. Weis, company C, Seventh, United States Colored Troops; Josiah C. Beck, company K, Ninth Maine, United States Colored Troops; Thomas McCarthy, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; First Lieutenants H. H. Epps, company I, Eighty-nine New York; D. S. Mack, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; G. R. Shidlerar, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; Second Lieutenants Thomas Groody, company B, Eighty-ninth New York; George C. Wilson, company H, Second Pennsylvania; Thomas H. Munford, company I, Second Pennsylvania; company B, Second Pennsylvania; Ellia, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; J. Ferguson, company G, Seventh United States Colored Troops, and R. M. Spinnay, company D, United States Colored Troops; Third Lieutenant W. L. Laughlin, company I, Second Pennsylvania.
W. L. Laughlin (search for this): article 6
the same time; Colonel F. T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois; Major David Sadler, Second Pennsylvania; Captain H. C. Roomes, company E, Eighty-ninth New York; Julius A. Weis, company C, Seventh, United States Colored Troops; Josiah C. Beck, company K, Ninth Maine, United States Colored Troops; Thomas McCarthy, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; First Lieutenants H. H. Epps, company I, Eighty-nine New York; D. S. Mack, company D, Seventh United States Colored Troops; G. R. Shidlerar, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; Second Lieutenants Thomas Groody, company B, Eighty-ninth New York; George C. Wilson, company H, Second Pennsylvania; Thomas H. Munford, company I, Second Pennsylvania; company B, Second Pennsylvania; Ellia, company C, Seventh United States Colored Troops; J. Ferguson, company G, Seventh United States Colored Troops, and R. M. Spinnay, company D, United States Colored Troops; Third Lieutenant W. L. Laughlin, company I, Second Pennsylvania.
Disloyalty. --George W. Roltins, a citizen of Prince William county, Virginia, was brought to this city yesterday and committed to Castle Thunder on the charges of disloyalty. At the same time two free negroes, named Lewellen and Furling Lambert, residing in the same county, were also taken in custody for using violent and abusive language towards the citizens of that county and threatening them with what will be their false in a short time, when the Yankees subjugate the South. Rollin is reported to have endorsed the conduct of these black ruffians.
Disloyalty. --George W. Roltins, a citizen of Prince William county, Virginia, was brought to this city yesterday and committed to Castle Thunder on the charges of disloyalty. At the same time two free negroes, named Lewellen and Furling Lambert, residing in the same county, were also taken in custody for using violent and abusive language towards the citizens of that county and threatening them with what will be their false in a short time, when the Yankees subjugate the South. Rollin is reported to have endorsed the conduct of these black ruffians.
George W. Roltins (search for this): article 7
Disloyalty. --George W. Roltins, a citizen of Prince William county, Virginia, was brought to this city yesterday and committed to Castle Thunder on the charges of disloyalty. At the same time two free negroes, named Lewellen and Furling Lambert, residing in the same county, were also taken in custody for using violent and abusive language towards the citizens of that county and threatening them with what will be their false in a short time, when the Yankees subjugate the South. Rollin is reported to have endorsed the conduct of these black ruffians.
Prince William (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 7
Disloyalty. --George W. Roltins, a citizen of Prince William county, Virginia, was brought to this city yesterday and committed to Castle Thunder on the charges of disloyalty. At the same time two free negroes, named Lewellen and Furling Lambert, residing in the same county, were also taken in custody for using violent and abusive language towards the citizens of that county and threatening them with what will be their false in a short time, when the Yankees subjugate the South. Rollin is reported to have endorsed the conduct of these black ruffians.
C. A. Berrian (search for this): article 8
Going to the Yankees. --C. A. Berrian was arrested Wednesday afternoon at Fredericksburg upon the charge of attempting to cross the lines, and brought to this city to undergo examination by court-martial. The accused hails originally from New York, but for some years back has been keeping a drug store on Church Hill. He was committed to Castle Thunder.
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