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39079
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The flag belonged to the Beaufort Plow Boys and was lost in the Battle of New Bern.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 5 Issue No. 1, June 1989, p9-11
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39111
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List of the Washington Grays Officers and men taken prisoner at Cape Hatteras; Dinner given by Washington Ladies for Capt. Leath’s tired and hungry soldiers; Mr. Sutton of Chocowinity District accidently shot his right arm and it was amputated; About Capts. Leath and Swindell’s troops at Hatteras and now stationed in Washington; Rev. Wood, Presbyterian minister appointed Chaplain of the 4th Regiment. Other ministers resigned due to low salary; Yankee blockades took several vessels, including S. R. Fowle & Son’s “Ocean Wave,” and Capt. Warner’s boat; Nathaniel Warren was killed by a falling tree; the three-year old daughter of Gilbert Hammond died; Runaway negro girl named Nancy Wiggins, age about 18, committed to jail; recipe to waterproof soldiers overcoats; New drug store opened on Main Street; Sale of Hyde County land for taxes.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 6 Issue No. 1, June 1990, p36-37
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39118
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Names mentioned: Lt. Lyon, Noah Guilford, Capt. Tripp, Lt. Harrison, Gunboat Picket, Steamboat Eagle.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 6 Issue No. 2, December 1990, p21-22
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39124
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Military Notice for the Southern Barber Saloon on Main Street; NC Troops General Orders about rules for service and lack of soldiers clothing; Notice about sending clothing and supplies to troops out in the field; Sequestration Act for counties of Beaufort, Pitt, Hyde and Lenoir to given in information on enemies or be fined $5,000; Mish grapes for sale by R. H. J. Blount; Notice all claims against the steamboat “Post Boy,” must file their claim; Dr. L. W. Martin tenders his services in Washington, NC; Quartermasters Office terms for those making clothes for the Army of NC; The Washington Dispatch Weekly terms for subscription by taking food stuffs due to the scarcity of money; The daughters of the Bunker Siamese Twins have contributed 7 pairs of socks for the soldiers; Capt. Whitley’s Company of Beaufort County left for the Roanoke and Col. R. B. Vance’s Company has been ordered to Jonesboro, TN; Miss Polly Myers of Washington, NC, gave 17 pairs of socks to the crew of the C. S. S. Forest, J. L. Hoole, Commander; Large list of donors of clothes and articles given to the Confederate Guards; List of goods given by local ladies to the 24th GA Regiment; William Privett, Sr., of Goldsboro, NC by D. Handley in an altercation; Administrators Notice for the estate of Dr. William T. Bryan, dec’d.; Several Notes were lost and all persons warned against trading for the notes.
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Pamteco Tracings (NoCar F262.B37 P35), Vol. 6 Issue No. 2, December 1990, p29-31
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39120
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Names mentioned: Mrs. Seth Cordon, Mrs. John Frizzle, Mr. Wiswall, David R. Brooks, Isaiah Respass, Mr. Goodman, E. J. Warren.
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