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Memoranda on arrest of Miles O'Brien, Webster County, Virginia. 1862

Miles O'Brien.-Son of John O'Brien; does not know for what he is arrested; has had nothing to do with the Union men or Yankees except to go with some neighbors to Sutton to fight them when he heard they were coming here, but they did not come; lives with his father; does not know much of what is going on in the settlements; stands for the old government of Virginia; is a cooper and farmer; hunts and digs ginseng. Is willing to take the oath of allegiance.

SOURCE: Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 2, Volume 2, pg. 1448

Related Document:Memoranda on arrest of James O'Brien, Webster County, Virginia. 1862

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