NP: July 18, 1864 Richmond Examiner: Looking for Deserters of the 10th Virginia Heavy Artillery Bn.

   

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in July 1864

HEADQUARTERS CO. C, TENTH VA. BATTALION ARTILLERY,
Darbytown Road, July 16th, 1864.

THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD. The following named privates of company C, Tenth Virginia [Heavy] battalion artillery, having deserted, the above reward will be paid if delivered to me at Intermediate line, Darbytown road, or confined in Castle Thunder, Richmond.

Henry Salgee, twenty years of age, gray eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; five feet nine inches high. Resides in Richmond, Virginia.

Elijah Butler, seventeen years old, blue eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; five feet eight inches high. Resides at or near Hungary Station, Henrico county.

Thomas M. Ford, eighteen years old, blue eyes, sandy hair, florid complexion; five feet seven and a half inches high.—Resides at not near Hungary Station, Henrico county.

Joseph M. Melton, thirty-one years old, dark eyes, dark hair, dark complexion; six feet one inch high. Resides near Hungary Station, Henrico county; was seen about one week since at David Melton’s, near the Hanover line, and supposed to be lurking about that neighborhood.

THOMAS P. WILKINSON,
Captain commanding company C,
Tenth Virginia battalion [Heavy] artillery.1

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  1. No title. Richmond Examiner. July 18, 1864, p. 1 col. 5

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