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Memoranda on arrest of James Kincaid, Virginia. circa 1862.

James Kincaid.-Boy of sixteen; born in Fayette County; son of James Kincaid; lives on head of Loop Creek. Says he never had anything to do with the enemy or the home guard. Was arrested in August; has been in jail since. Willing to take the oath of allegiance. Colonel Coleman says the boy lives in a disaffected neighborhood. His father is a quiet man, and it is understood he and his family are not of the disaffected party. I recommend his discharge on taking oath of allegiance.

SOURCE: Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 2, Volume 2, pg. 1467

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Memoranda on arrest of James Kincaid, circa 1862.

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