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Page 28

Wounded - arm flesh. Ransom DOVE.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 28

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 23

Pvt Ransom DOVE. Died as prisoner of war on November 8, 1863.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 23

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 19

Captured Winchester, Va on December 22, 1862.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 19

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 18

Report Dec 7, 1862. 'Prisoners of War who were captured on a reconnoissance to Winchester' Virginia

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 18

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 16

Pvt Ransom DOVER, POW. Apr 30, 1864. 'Reported by returned Paroled Prisoners as having died from disease in (Union) Prison.'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 16

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 12

Pvt Ransom DOVE, taken prisoner at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 12

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 7

Oct 31, 1862. Absent; Remarks: Detailed Nurse at Winchester (Va).

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 7

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 2

Company L , 4 th Regiment Virginia Infantry

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 2

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 16

This soldier died in Div. Hospital, December 16, 1863.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - MD » Page 16

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 50

SANDERS, Stephen. Company B, 4th Regiment, Maryland Volunteers; died on December 15, 1863.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 50

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 49

reqst soldier's death certificate of: Edward Ferdinand Albert EBEL, late a member of the 34th Battery New York Artillery, who was killed the 30th of...

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 49

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 51

requesting the release of John G. VOSS, who claims to be erroneously held as a prisoner of war at Point-Lookout.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 51

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 36

re Canadian alleged hostile preparation of warship 'Georgiana'

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 36

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 27

Solomon S. SPINK, of Illinois, to be Secretary of the Territory of Dakota. His commission bears date 21st March 1865.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 27

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 20

Notification to Mrs. Caroline Saunders re death of her brother Danforth Marble at Shanghai, China.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 20

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 12

'a certificate of the death of William HEIGL , late a member of Company 'F' 57th Regiment, New York Volunteers'.

Source: Domestic Letters of the Department of State » Page 12

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 6

'the Said Louisa ALLEN was given to him (Thomas CROSS) by his Grandfather about five years ago ...'

Source: Court Slave Records for DC » Page 6

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 5

Fugitive Slaves: Henry DORSEY and his wife Jane DORSEY ; James DENNY ; Nick BOSTON ; John ; and Nick.

Source: Court Slave Records for DC » Page 5

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 1

'Supplementary Schedule of S. P. FRANKLIN / Received 26th May 1862.'

Source: Court Slave Records for DC » Page 1

Made 25 Aug 2012

Page 2

Alfred CLARKE , married man aged about Thirty five years of age - medium height , ???, -stout: Absconded...Value $1200.

Source: Court Slave Records for DC » Page 2

Made 25 Aug 2012

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