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Memoranda on arrest of James R. Connell, Loudon County, Virginia. 1862

James R. Connell.-Born and lives in Loudon County, Va. Has two brothers and one brother-in-law in our army in the Loudon Artillery. Went with Kendrick in his market wagon to see his brothers. When Kendrick's whisky was condemned by General Stuart he claimed what Kendrick gave him. Was arrested and sent on here. Is a Southern man. Desired to volunteer, but was rejected because he was disabled. I think this man ought to be discharged on taking the oath of allegiance.

SOURCE: Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 2, Volume 2, pg. 1458

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Memoranda on arrest of M. L. Kendrick, Loudon, Virginia. 1862

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