A meeting of the Union voters of Union Township was held at Sherrard for the purpose of nominating two delegates to represent Marshall County in the legislature.
A meeting of Berkeley County Union men was held in Martinsburg.
A man was arrested in Wheeling for cheering for Jefferson Davis.
A Union refugee from Atlanta, Georgia, arrived in Wheeling.
The 17th West Virginia Infantry marched from Clarksburg toward Bulltown.
The 17th West Virginia Infantry camped at Weston.
A Union meeting was held at the Ohio County Courthouse in Wheeling.
Draftees from Gilmer County reported for duty in Wheeling.
A meeting of Union men of the 5th and 6th wards of Wheeling was held at the American Hall.
Fifty-one Confederate prisoners were sent to Camp Chase.
The McClellan Club met at Washington Hall in Wheeling.
The Union men of La Belle township raised a Lincoln and Johnson pole in South Wheeling.
The 17th West Virginia Infantry arrived at Bulltown and were attacked by bushwhackers.
Union men of Washington and Madison townships met at the old City Hall.
Union supporters in the Fifth and Sixth wards of Wheeling met at American Hall.
A Union meeting was held in South Wheeling.
A Lincoln and Johnson Torch Light Procession and Mass Meeting was held in Wheeling.
A regiment of African American soldiers commanded by Colonel S. H. Woodward left Wheeling on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
A Union Club meeting was held in Wheeling.
Refugees from the Shenandoah Valley arrived in Wheeling.
An African American Union regiment arrived in Wheeling and marched to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Depot.
A bounty jumper was arrested in Benwood.
A procession of McClellan supporters got into a fracas in Ritchietown.
A Union meeting was held at the Union Campaign Club Meeting Rooms in Wheeling.
A Wheeling citizen, who was confined in the Atheneum for expressing support, while drunk, for Jefferson Davis, was released by order of General George Crook.
A bounty jumper was arrested in Bellaire and confined in the Atheneum.
A B & O train wrecked west of Mannington, killing or wounding a number of Union soldiers.
A Union meeting was held at New Manchester in Hancock County.
General Benjamin Kelley spoke to a large crowd of Union supporters at the Ohio County Courthouse.
A Democratic meeting was held in Moundsville.
At a meeting of the officers of the 13th West Virginia Infantry, resolutions were passed commemorating the death of Lieutenant Colonel James Hall.
A Union meeting was held in Wellsburg.
A skirmish was fought at Winfield.
Elections were held throughout West Virginia.
A letter from the family of Colonel Joseph Thoburn of the First West Virginia Infantry, who was killed at the Battle of Cedar Creek, expressing their appreciation, was read at the Central Union Committee of Wheeling.
A Union Campaign Club meeting was held in Wheeling.
Confederate troops attacked the Union detachment at Beverly.
Captain Wright Kelley, son of Union General Benjamin Kelley, killed a Federal soldier at New Creek.
A bounty jumper was arrested in Wheeling and confined in the Atheneum.
A Union meeting was held in Moundsville.
Halloween was celebrated in Wheeling.
Undated Events, October 1864
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