Hodge Index to the Christian Banner, 1850, and 1862

The Christian Banner newspaper first published in Fredericksburg, Virginia in Dec. 1848 and ceased in August 1862. It was established by James W. Hunnicutt who published it until August 1862.
The microfilmed collection of Fredericksburg newspapers in the Virginiana Room of the Central Rappahannock Regional Library (CRRL), 1201 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia has three reels of microfilm (cataloged as #1, #2, and #23) that include miscellaneous issues of the Christian Banner. Of these the issues on Reel #23 are completely duplicated on Reels #1 and #2. Microfilm Reel #1 includes issues for 6 Sep 1850, 17 May 1862, 20 May 1862, 27 May 1862, 7 Jun 1862, 14 Jun 1862, 18 Jun 1862, 2 Jul 1862, 14 Jul 1862, and 13 Aug 1862; Reel #2 includes issues for 31 May 1862, 11 Jun 1862, and 24 Jun 1862.
The Christian Banner was renumbered with Vol. 1 in 1862. It was suspended May 9, 1861 because "the secession flag...was waving over our city." It resumed publication May 9, 1862; "today the American Flag now floats proudly over us."
The index was prepared by Robert Hodge. The issues were scanned for items deemed of value to the LOCAL historian and genealogist. Each entry consists of essentially four parts: Name, Reason for being, Publication date, and Page/Column numbers. The electronic version was created by the Center for Historic Preservation at Mary Washington College by scanning a copy of the text and then modifying the format to fit a table.

The microfilm reels of the Christian Banner are available in Fredericksburg at the Central Rappahannock Regional Library and at Simpson Library at Mary Washington College.


Last Name Given Name Article Date of Issue Page/Col
Adams J. Willard advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
African Slavery   in Fredericksburg area 2 Jul 1862 2/1
Alexander James B. reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Ames L. Mrs. school advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Anderson Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Anderson Joseph advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Aquia Creek   travel to and from 27 May 1862 2/3
Arthur T. S. note about 6 Sep 1850 2/3
Ashland   rail junction note about 11 Jun 1862 1/1
Austin Capt. note about 6 Sep 1850 1/6
Bailey Mary W. Female Seminary 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Baker Joseph letter from 6 Sep 1850 2/5
Balch Thomas Rev. note about 6 Sep 1850 3/2
Ball & Scott   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Baltimore Steamer Commodore   with prisoners 17 May 1862 4/1
Baltimore Steamer Commodore   with prize 20 May 1862 3/2
Barnes Harrison B. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Beach Jerred shot near Stafford gold mine 17 May 1862 3/1
Beach Jerred shot near Stafford gold mine 20 May 1862 3/2
Bell Francis H. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Bell William D. agent for Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Berrey John J. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Bevan Louisa A. Sarsaparillas testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Blankman M. A. Dr. dentist 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Bolch T. B. Rev. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Brannan William advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Bridge Railroad   being rebuilt 17 May 1862 2/4
Bridge Railroad   rebuilt and usable 20 May 1862 2/5
Bridges   4 between Fred. & Falmouth described 27 May 1862 2/4
Bridges   between Fred. & Falmouth 4 names 31 May 1862 3/1
Bridges   Chatham Canal Railroad 2 Jul 1862 2/4 3/5
Bridges   destroyed by freshet 7 Jun 1862 2/2
Bridges   result of freshet 11 Jun 1862 1/2
Brooks William Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Brown William Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Brown & Ficklen   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Brown & Ficklen   lumber advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Buck John advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Bullock E. J. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Campbell James N. reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Carman Robert Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Chatham   Gen. McDowell's headquarters 20 May 1862 2/5
Christian Banner   2nd edition some details 20 May 1862 2/5
Christian Banner   office north wing old town hall 14 Jul 1862 3/1
Christian Banner   predictions 31 Jan 1861 20 May 1862 3/4
Christian Banner   predictions of 3 Jan 1861 7 Jun 1862 4/4
Christian Banner   predictions of 31 Jan 1861 17 May 1862 4/3
Christian Banner   press schedule 20 May 1862 3/1
Christian Banner   printing schedule 2 Jul 1862 2/3
Christian Banner   printing schedule 7 Jun 1862 4/2 4/5
Christian Banner   printing schedule 17 May 1862 4/4
Christian Banner   printing schedule 20 May 1862 3/5
Christian Banner   published on brown paper 24 Jun 1862 3/5
Church Methodist Episcopal benefit for 6 Sep 1850 3/4
City Hall   fitted as hospital for 75 18 Jun 1862 2/2
Clew J. B. Fred. Union Staff 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Clew J. B. military appointee 31 May 1862 2/4
Cole Chancellor advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Coleman F. W. Prof. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Collins John W. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Collins John W. Methodist Building committee 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Concord Academy   Caroline Co. note about 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Conway Eustace Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Conway Eustace Methodist Building committee 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Conway V. Y. Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Cook J. E. Provost Marshall of Fred. 24 Jun 1862 2/1
Cook Zachariah court case 6 Sep 1850 3/2
Cooke James Dr. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Cooke James Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Corbin R. W. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Cox William reference to 24 Jun 1862 2/1
Culpeper County   notes on conditions 13 Aug 1862 2/2
Daingerfield Mrs. note about 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Daniel S. G. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Davis Jeff in Fredericksburg 31 May 1862 3/2
Davis Jeff note about 18 Jun 1862 1/2
Davis Jeff speech 3 years ago 7 Jun 1862 1/2
Davis Jeff visited Fredericksburg 27 May 1862 3/1
Dingham C. C. court case 6 Sep 1850 3/2
Doggett H. G. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Doggett H. S. Methodist Building committee 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Dogs   Fredericksburg nuisance-evil 14 Jul 1862 3/3
Dwen Thomas P. Fred. Union Staff 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Dwen Thomas P. military appointee 31 May 1862 2/4
Eagle Hotel   note about 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Eagle Mills   D. Green 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Elmore John H. agent for Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Emancipation efforts details 14 Jul 1862 2/4
English John A. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
English John A. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Entertainment   Fourth of July what is planned? 2 Jul 1862 2/3
Entertainment   Fredericksburg Theater advertisement 2 Jul 1862 3/5
Eubank John advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Evins Robert Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Falmouth   note on condition 31 May 1862 1/3
Falmouth   notice of conditions 2 Jul 1862 2/3
Farmers Bank   Gen. Patrick's headquarters 20 May 1862 2/5
Fauquier   Conditions 14 Jul 1862 4/1
Federal Troops   Health report 14 Jul 1862 2/5
Ficklen J. B. insurance agent 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Ficklen James B. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Ficklen & Brown   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Ficklen & Brown   insurance agent 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Ficklen & Brown   lumber advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Flag U. S. being avoided 14 Jun 1862 2/3
Flippo James A. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Forbes David S. arrested/released 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Ford James W. Methodist Church benefit 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Ford Tackett & Co. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Franklin John Sir note about 6 Sep 1850 1/6
Fred. Colored Population   note about 18 Jun 1862 4/2
Fred. Female Academy   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Fredericksburg   Bombardment note about 7 Jun 1862 2/1
Fredericksburg   Bombardment note on 11 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   Cannonading practice 18 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   Colored population described 7 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   Colored population note 2 Jul 1862 4/2
Fredericksburg   conditions in 17 May 1862 4/4
Fredericksburg   Conditions in 31 May 1862 3/1
Fredericksburg   Conditions of Freshet (flood) 7 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   conditions under Federal Government 14 Jul 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   Currency in state of 27 May 1862 2/3
Fredericksburg   currency in state of 31 May 1862 2/5
Fredericksburg   Liquor note about 11 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   Market Prices 27 May 1862 3/1
Fredericksburg   note on condition 31 May 1862 1/3
Fredericksburg   notes 13 Aug 1862 2/1
Fredericksburg   panic in 31 May 1862 2/3
Fredericksburg   Powder magazine exploded 27 May 1862 3/1
Fredericksburg   Servants leaving 27 May 1862 4/5
Fredericksburg   skirmish near details 17 May 1862 2/4
Fredericksburg   Skirmish near details 20 May 1862 3/1
Fredericksburg   state of Liquor in 7 Jun 1862 2/4
Fredericksburg   Then and Now editorial 14 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg   Troops in and passing through 27 May 1862 3/2
Fredericksburg   Prices 31 May 1862 3/2
Fredericksburg Theater   advertisement 14 Jul 1862 2/3
Fredericksburg Theater   detailed advertisement 14 Jul 1862 3/5
Fredericksburg Theatre   advertisement 24 Jun 1862 2/2
Fredericksburg to Falmouth   4 bridges described 27 May 1862 2/4
Freshet   condition notes on 11 Jun 1862 1/2
Garland J. B Dr. advertisement 14 Jul 1862 3/5
Garland J. B. dental advertisement 20 May 1862 3/2
Garland J. B. dentist advertisement 7 Jun 1862 4/2
Garland J. B. dentist advertisement 17 May 1862 3/1
Garnett Woodford Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Gilham John advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Goolrick Peter note about 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Gray Robert reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Grays Book Store   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Green D. Eagle mills 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Groves A. Jr. Steam line agent 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Hall C. Fred. Union Staff 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Hall C. military appointee 31 May 1862 2/4
Hall J. B. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Hall John B. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Hansbrough J. S. lost horse 14 Jul 1862 3/5
Haydon John reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Herndon B. S. Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Herndon Charles Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Herron James P. paper supply advertisement 18 Jun 1862 2/2
Hoomes & Scott   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Hope Foundry   reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Hospital Federal notes 14 Jul 1862 3/3
Hotel U. S. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Huges David Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Hunnicutt   owner of Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Hunnicutt James W. editor Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 2/1
Hunnicutt James W. editor Christian Banner 14 Jul 1862 2/1
Hunnicutt James W. owner of Christian Banner 24 Jun 1862 1/1 2/1
Hunt C. H. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Hunt G. J. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Hunter David Gen. military note 27 May 1862 1/1
Hurkamp John J. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Hustin Horatio Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Jennings James advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Jones J. C. Va. Boot Manufactory 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Jones W. T. Va. Boot Manufactory 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Kale Mr. note about 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Kelly Granville W. note about 24 Jun 1862 1/5
Kendall James T. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
King George P. laundry advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
King James Surgeon 31 May 1862 2/4
King James surgeon in Fredericksburg 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Kingsburg C. Jr. Fredericksburg Union Staff 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Kingsbury C. Jr. military appointee 31 May 1862 2/4
Kishpan Wilson Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Kleinberger S. advertisement 24 Jun 1862 2/1
Kleinberger S. optician advertisement 7 Jun 1862 4/2
Kleinberger S. optician advertisement 20 May 1862 3/2
Knox T. F. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Knox, Hart & Hayes   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Lacy Major arrested/released 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Lacy Mr. farm described 2 Jul 1862 2/3
Lamborn Charles B. Fredericksburg Union Staff 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Lamborn Charles B. military appointee 31 May 1862 2/4
Latham Fayette advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Laubert John L. piano advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Lawrence James H. Dentist 6 Sep 1850 4/6
League William T. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Lee Edward Franklin died 13 Aug 1862 3/4
Lincoln Abraham military note 27 May 1862 1/1
Lincoln President in Fredericksburg on 23rd 31 May 1862 3/2
Lincoln President visited Fredericksburg 27 May 1862 3/1
Little A. insurance advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Little A. Alexander advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Little A. Alexander insurance agent 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Little Homer C. drowned 24 Jun 1862 2/1
Lovingston Charles E. mil. Governor of Fredericksburg 11 Jun 1862 2/1
Lovingston Maj. Charles E. Mil. Governor Fredericksburg 18 Jun 1862 1/2
Lucas A. G. reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Magrath   owner of Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Mansfield John Capt. Fredericksburg Military Governor 24 Jun 1862 2/1
March William Co. A 23 N. Y. killed 27 May 1862 3/1
March William A. Co. A 23 N. Y. killed 31 May 1862 3/2
Mathias H. advertisement 14 Jun 1862 2/3
Mathias H. advertisement 24 Jun 1862 2/2
McCollum Neal escaped jail 2 Jul 1862 3/5
McCotter Joseph Sarsaparillas testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/3
McCracken   Spotsylvania man arrested by Union 13 Aug 1862 2/4
McGuire James advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
McKinley Jacob Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
McPail G. Wilson advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
McPhail G. W. Rev. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Mercer Hugh Col. note about 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Michael Moses Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Miles William T. agent for Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Miller's Cabinets   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Mister & Slacum   tannery 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Monroe Fortress   note about 27 May 1862 1/3
Morrison Moses horses stolen 14 Jul 1862 2/5
Morson Hugh Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Morton Jeremiah Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Myer Capt. of Steamer Mary Washington 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Negro   Loyalty Editorial 24 Jun 1862 3/1
Negro Loyalty   editorial 14 Jun 1862 2/1
Negroes   in Fredericksburg notes about 24 Jun 1862 2/1
Nossett Peter advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Noyes George F. Capt. oration 13 Aug 1862 3/1
Orange County   notes 13 Aug 1862 2/2
Owens Mary Frances rooms for let 18 Jun 1862 2/2
Owens & Beck   reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Parkman Dr. note about 6 Sep 1850 2/2
Parkman Francis Dr. letter to 6 Sep 1850 2/6
Parkman George Dr. letter to 6 Sep 1850 2/6
Payne Thomas J. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Phillip Lawson advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Phillips Capt. of Steamer Cambridge 6 Sep 1850 2/3
Phillips John T. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Pink John Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Powder Magazine   In Fredericksburg blew up 31 May 1862 3/2
Prescott W. H. Mrs. note about 6 Sep 1850 2/6
Pritchett & Thornton   carriages reference 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Railroad   Bridge rebuilt and usable 20 May 1862 2/5
Railroad Bridge   being rebuilt 17 May 1862 2/4
Railroad Bridge   rebuilt & operating 18 Jun 1862 2/2
Raines & Walker   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Rebellion and Stubbornness   editorial 7 Jun 1862 3/3+
Rebellion and Stubbornness   editorial 17 May 1862 2/1+
Rebellion and Stubbornness   editorial 24 Jun 1862 3/3+
Rebellion and Stubbornness   mentioned 20 May 1862 2/1
Reynold John F. Mil Governor of Fredericksburg 7 Jun 1862 2/4 2/5
Reynolds John F. military governor in Fredericksburg 31 May 1862 2/4
Riley E. robbed 14 Jul 1862 2/5
Rollow John J. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Rut Christian Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Sanitation   problems 14 Jul 1862 3/3
School   Concord Academy note about 6 Sep 1850 4/1
School   Female Seminary Mary W. Bailey 6 Sep 1850 3/6
School   Fredericksburg Classical Math School 6 Sep 1850 3/5
School   Fredericksburg Female Academy advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
School   of Mrs. L. Ames school advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Schooner Celerity note about 6 Sep 1850 2/6
Schuppach Michael Dr. note about 6 Sep 1850 1/5
Scott Hugh advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Scott Robert E. killed in Fauquier 17 May 1862 3/2
Scott William S. Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Scott & Ball   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Scott & Hoomes   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Sears L. A. Mrs. court case 6 Sep 1850 3/2
Secession   feelings about 14 Jul 1862 2/5
Segar John E. agent for Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Sener & Waite   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Sener and Waite   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Shafer J. Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Shelley Mortimer M. dissolved partnership 14 Jul 1862 2/3
Shelley & Young   Fredericksburg Theater advertisement 2 Jul 1862 3/5
Shriver S. Steam line agent 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Sincheimer, Louis & Co.   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Slacum & Mister   tannery 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Slaughter Franklin insurance agent 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Slaughter M. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Slaughter Montgomery advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Slavers William court case 6 Sep 1850 3/2
Sloop   Georgie Anna captured 20 May 1862 3/1
Smith Ed. W. military note 27 May 1862 1/1
Smith Robert advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Smith Robert Tailor 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Spear H. S. Fredericksburg Union Staff 7 Jun 1862 2/5
Spear H. S. military appointee 31 May 1862 2/4
Spicer M. V. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Stanton Edwin M. in Fredericksburg 31 May 1862 3/2
Stanton Edwin M. visited Fredericksburg 27 May 1862 3/1
Steamer   Cambridge due at Fredericksburg 6 Sep 1850 2/3
Steamer   Commodore in Baltimore with prisoners 17 May 1862 4/1
Steamer   Commodore with prize in Baltimore 20 May 1862 3/2
Steamer   George Washington note about 27 May 1862 1/3
Steamer   Mary Washington advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Steamer Company   sought for Fredericksburg 6 Sep 1850 2/3
Stem B. F. Fredericksburg Classical Math School 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Stewart Charles letter from 6 Sep 1850 2/5
Stewart Harry A. shot escaping 17 May 1862 4/1
Stewart Harry A. shot escaping 20 May 1862 3/2
Stewart Joseph Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Stewart Thomas Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Swarty John Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Tackett Ford & Co.   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Tackett Ford & Co.   note about 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Tackney Robert E. escaped jail 2 Jul 1862 3/5
Taliaferro   owner of Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 1/1
Tappan George A. Co. A 24 N. Y. 31 May 1862 2/3
Tavern Guy's advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Taylor John Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Thom R. T. Steam line agent 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Thompson William agent for Christian Banner 6 Sep 1850 2/1
Thornley James Dr. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Thornton & Pritchell   carriages reference 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Union Soldier   details 20 May 1862 3/1
Vicksburg   capture of described 14 Jul 1862 1/4
Virginia   notes on Conditions 13 Aug 1862 4/1
Virginia   the Battlefield 7 Jun 1862 4/1
Virginia   The Battlefield 20 May 1862 2/4
Virginia   The Battlefield editorial 14 Jun 1862 4/1
Virginia Boot Manufactory   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Waite & Sener   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/4
Waite & Sener   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/2
Waite & Sener   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Walker & Raines   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Wallace J. H. Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Waller L. B. land for sale 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Wallingford J. W. note about 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Walter Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Warren W. Jr. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Warren William Jr. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Warrenton   notes on Conditions 13 Aug 1862 4/5
Washington George note about 6 Sep 1850 2/5
Washington Mary grave and monument note 20 May 1862 2/5
Washington Mary grave monument condition 2 Jul 1862 3/1
Washington Mary grave monument condition 7 Jun 1862 3/5
Weaver Benjamin rental property 6 Sep 1850 3/5
Webster J. W. Dr. died 6 Sep 1850 2/6
Webster John White note about 6 Sep 1850 2/2
Webster John White note about 6 Sep 1850 3/2
Welford Beverley R. Jr. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Welford R. B. Dr. Blankman testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Weston Sgt. Co. A. 1st Penn Art. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Wharf fist note about 6 Sep 1850 3/6
White C. B. book seller 6 Sep 1850 3/4
White William H. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
White William H. jeweler advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/1
Wide James Co. B 19 Ind. arrested 14 Jun 1862 2/4
Widfield L. advertisement 6 Sep 1850 3/6
Wilbur William Co. A 3 N. Y. drowned 2 Jul 1862 2/4
Williams John reference to 6 Sep 1850 4/5
Williamson J. J. note about 6 Sep 1850 2/6
Woolen Factory   now a Union Hospital 24 Jun 1862 2/2
Wrenn's   advertisement 6 Sep 1850 4/6
Wright Luther Sarsaparillas testimonial 6 Sep 1850 4/3
Young Harvy J. dissolved partnership 14 Jul 1862 2/3
Young & Shelley   Fredericksburg Theater advertisement 2 Jul 1862 3/5