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Label
1863-1864
Inclusive dates
1863-1864
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Account, 1863-1864, of Benjamin G. Dunlap (1806-1884) of Monroe County, (West) Virginia, for payment for corn taken by the men of General Albert Gallatin Jenkins' (1830-1864) Brigade on 8 November 1863, after the battle of Droop Mountain. Includes depositions taken by John W. Launius, justice of the peace of Monroe County, of Dunlap and William B. Creb and William F. Sydnor, Dunlap's witnesses. Also contains an endorsement on the back by General John Echols (1823-1896), vouching for the claim and a statement that General Jenkins' quartermaster will pay for the corn
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Biographical or historical data
Benjamin G. Dunlap was born 9 March 1806 in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. He became a successful planter. Dunlap lost his sight by the Civil War. He married Rebecca Larew 30 October 1845, and they had at least three children. Dunlap died in 1884.
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Vi
Form designation
Account
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
3
Immediate source of acquisition
unknown
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
000503501
Type of unit
p.

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