A captured Confederate soldier, who boasted that he was General Fitzhugh Lee, was brought to the Athenaeum in Wheeling.
Union troops were sent from Wheeling to Parkersburg because of a false alarm.
A large group of released Union prisoners passed through Wheeling on their way to Camp Chase.
A meeting was held in Bridgeport that resolved to raise funds to raise volunteer troops.
The draft occurred in Wetzel County.
Lieutenant Richards of Battery D West Virginia Light Artillery arrived home after his release from a Southern prison.
Sixteen recruits joined the First and Third West Virginia Cavalry regiments.
Captain Stone accepted substitutes, recruits, and drafted men to be held for the service in Wheeling.
John S. Carlile and family moved to Maryland.
Three members of the State Guard who were captured in Nicholas County arrived in Wheeling after being exchanged.
Jacob Files, living on Back Creek near Martinsburg, defended his home and family from guerillas.
Captain Robb, of the 1st West Virginia Volunteer Infantry, arrived home after a thirteen month imprisonment in the South.
Confederate prisoners of war who were captured along the Kanawha River were sent to Camp Chase.
Members of Battery D, 1st West Virginia Light Artillery, waited out their term enlistment at Clarksburg by constructing a fort.
Undated Events, March 1865
Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood