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Slaves & Owners-Richmond VA 1864

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Slaves & Owners-Richmond VA 1864

Posted: 28 Mar 2005 9:42AM GMT
Classification: Military
Edited: 13 Dec 2005 9:06AM GMT
Surnames: Fisher, Dellard, Bryan, Bush, Garrison, Saunders, Strother, Barnes
This is a little lead I will have no more info on these names.

HEADQUARTERS CAMP OF INSTRUCTION, Richmond, October 8, 1864.

NOTICE.

In accordance with the provisions of General Orders, No. 25, Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, last series, the owners of the following negroes will call at the camp and prove their claims, as required by act of Congress:

Philip, slave of John Fisher, Essex County, Va. ; Junius, slave of Thaddeus Dellard, Surry County, Va. ; Elijah, slave of Luther Bryan, Company F, Fifth South Carolina Regiment; James Bush, slave of Griffin Bush, Montgomery County, Va. ; Revel Garrison, slave of Edward Garrison, Accomac County, Va. ; Richard Saunders, slave of George Strother, Stafford County, Va. ; George Washington, slave of Calvin Goodlow, Franklin County, Va. ; George and William, slaves of Dr. Charles Weisiger, Chesterfield County, Va. ; Jim, slave of William Graham, Fortress Monroe; Gray, slave of B. Barnes, Wayne County, N. C. ; George, slave of Mrs. Morrison, Alleghany County, Va. ; Charles, slave of Mr. Ashton, Portsmouth, Va.

By order of Major T. G. Peyton:

L. O. PETTUS,

Lieutenant and Adjutant.




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dsegelquist 28 Mar 2005 4:42PM GMT 
greenestelle 21 Jul 2006 10:15PM GMT 
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