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Memoranda of arrest of John H. Larhhorne, Berkeley, Virgina [West Virginia], 1862.

John H. Larhhorne-Native of Berkeley; poor; nearly blind; was educated by the State; charged with abusing a pass and carrying a letter to some person in Maryland. He says that the letter was from his sister to her husband, a mechanic in Maryland. He professes entire loyalty; says that he is grateful to Virginia for his education, and would join the army if he was not blind.

SOURCE: Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 2, Volume 2, pg. 1431

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