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Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood
November 16, 1864


Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
November 17, 1864

More Rebel Officers In Limbo. John C. Campbell, 2nd Lieutenant of the 9th Virginia (rebel) Cavalry, and Perry W. Currence, of the 46th Virginia (rebel) Infantry, arrived in this city yesterday and were committed to the Atheneum. They were recently captured by the 17th West Virginia Infantry near Bulltown, Braxton county.


Wheeling Daily Intelligencer
November 17, 1864

Arrest Of A. W. Rader. Mr. A. W. Rader, a citizen of Jackson county, was brought up to the city yesterday and committed to the Atheneum. He was arrested by order of Col. Wilkinson. Rader is the man who wrote to some of his friends in Dixie inviting them to make a raid into West Virginia, promising to have a lot of horses collected at a convenient place.


Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood: November 1864

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