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White Working

Confederate Memoranda on arrest of W. J. Working, Virginia. circa 1862.

W. J. Working.-Born Adams County, Pa. Lived there till he was twenty-one; then his father moved to Frederick County, Md. Says he lived in Hamilton, west of Leesburg. Went to Maryland some time in July. Was sick two weeks and when he desired to return could not get permission to pass the pickets. At last a corporal put him secretly over the river. Says he has forgotten the corporal's name. I file the affidavit of Elijah White and refer to General Hill's report. I think this man ought not be discharged.

SOURCE: Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, Series 2, Volume 2, pg. 1468

Related documents:
Robert Ould Memorandum on Spencer Lloyd and W. J. Working, February, 1862

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