Launius, justice of the peace of Monroe County, of Dunlap and William. He notes that President Jefferson Davis (1808-1889) has proposed to send Minors brother George (1808-1879) to Selma, Alabama, to take charge of the National Foundry there. Powers, both of Richmond. Also included is a list of Confederate soldiers interred at Maplewood Cemetery, Charlottesville, Virginia, and a list of Confederate soldiers buried at the University of Virginia Cemetery, Charlottesville, Virginia. View the catalog record Kent, Joseph. Lockwood stating that Lucas should be classified as a prisoner of war; and an anecdote concerning a violin purchased by Lucas and others while at Fort Delaware prison, stating that the last of the prisoners to leave would keep the violin. Spriggs writes while he is being guarded and awaiting his sentence for desertion, and he asks the recipient of the letter to inform his children of his welfare, and that he will desert again if his punishment is harsh. Accession wrva - 228. Barton also includes instructions on drilling his men.
Actions of the southerners were intended at starting a war. View the catalog record Barker, Moses. 1837) of the 5th Alabama Infantry in Fairfax County, Virginia, to his stepmother Obedience Henderson (1810-1881) in Belmont, Sumter County, Alabama, commenting on his and the family's correspondence, his health, and the health of his regiment. Moore (1826-1908) and his wife Ellen Kownslar Moore (1837-1888) of Clarke County, Virginia, consisting of letters, 19 and, from Moore describing his trip to and stay in Norfolk, Virginia; letters, 27 June and, from Moore in Clarke County to his wife in Jefferson County, (West). The company was known as the Warwick Beauregards. Accession 34648 Miscellaneou reel 1177. Records, of the United Confederate Veterans. View the catalog record Hall, Orrin.