Bvt. Maj. Gen. Emory issued orders regarding rebel soldiers in West Virginia.
Governor Boreman wrote to Secretary of War Stanton regarding the order on rebel soldiers.
Citizens met in Harrison County and passed resolutions against former rebels.
Bvt. Maj. Gen. Emory issued orders regarding rebel refugees, deserters, paroled officers and men, and civil officers in West Virginia.
A meeting of members of Company F, 17th WV Infantry (from Preston County) held at Bulltown approved of the Kingwood meeting of April 27.
Gen. Emory wrote to Governor Boreman that Capt. McNeill had surrendered.
A meeting of residents of Lyon Township in Preston County passed resolutions supporting the attorney general's decision that rebels have forfeited their citizenship and homes.
Citizens of Charleston and Kanawha County passed resolutions opposed to former rebels.
Gov. Arthur I. Boreman made an address to the people of West Virginia on current conditions.
Orders were issued for an Ohio Cavalry company to go into West Virginia, specifically Pocahontas County, and seize Confederate arms and public property.
Undated Events, May 1865
Timeline of West Virginia: Civil War and Statehood