Prince William County Virginia Clerk’s Loose Papers



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Note: Objected to as leading. Objection sustained.

Q. State whether or not you ran your train on the north bound track that day? Answer – Yes, sir, the northbound track.

Q. State what points you passed between Calverton and Manassas? Answer – Nokesville, Catlett and Bristow.

Q. State whether or not you noticed any rough track as you passed Bristow?



Mr. Browning: We object.

Mr. Hall: I will withdraw the question

Q. What was the condition of the track from a point half mile south of Bristow to the point half mile north of Bristow, as you passed it that day. Answer – I did not see any difference in that track from any other all the way from Orange.

Q. State whether or not you noticed my roughness or unevenness in passing that track? Answer – No, sir.

Q. Do you recollect about what speed you passed over that track at Bristow that day? Answer – As near as I can remember about 35 miles an hour.

CROSS EXAMINATION

By Mr. Browning:

Q. Did you stop at Bristow that day? Answer – No.

Q. Did you give signal at Bristow that day, and your rear brakemen give it to you? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. Did you give the signal at Bristow that day, and your rear brakemen give it to you? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. Did you take up any of your attention? Answer – Nothing more than to turn my head.

Q. As a matter of fact, in approaching stations, where there is a crossing there, and in crossing, is not your attention pretty well taken up in looking out for the station and the crossing, and in giving signals? Answer – Yes, sir, we always look out, but we receive the signal from the train crew some distance from the station. We blow for the station probably half mile away, and look back for the signal from the train crew.

Q. As a matter of fact, in approaching a station, the attention of the engineer is more engrossed that other portion of the track? Answer – Yes, sir, we are looking out for persons on the track, or emergency to stop.

Q. And where there is a road station crossing at the station, you give more attention to it? Answer – At a point like this I don’t know that we give unusual attention. We do not reduce speed, but keep on going.

Q. From the very fact that you do not reduce speed, don’t you keep a more careful lookout ahead, in going through stations grounds and in approaching grade crossings? Answer – I don’t know that I could give any more careful attention. I try and give the best attention possible all the way over the road.

Q. Especially to looking out ahead for those things? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. How much speed are you allowed to make? Answer – On a perishable train we are allowed to make 40 miles an hour.

RE DIRECT EXAMINATION



By Mr. Hall:

Q. How many cars did you have in your train, do you recollect? Answer – As near as I remember between 35 and 40

Q. Were any of the tie-bars or arch-bars in those cars broken when you passed over the station ground at Bristow? Answer – If there were, I don’t know anything about it.

Q. There was no report made about it? Answer – No, sir.


W. C. Hudson, in rebuttal, called on behalf of the Southern Railway Company, being duly sworn, testified as follows:
By Mr. Hall:

Q. Mr. Hudson, state your occupation and position with the Southern Railway? Answer – Superintendent of Washington Division.

Q. State whether or not it is a part of your duty to be familiar with the conditions of the track between Orange and Alexandria? Answer – Yes, sir, it is.

Q. Do you recollect an accident down at Bristow about February 1915 Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. Were you superintendent then? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. Do you recollect riding over that track about a half mile south of Bristow to half a mile north of Bristow during that period or about that time? Answer – I usually ride over that track about one to two times a week, but I don’t remember the last time before the accident that I was over that track.

Q. Did you go that accident? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. State whether or not you made an examination of that track? Answer – I made an examination from the point of the accident up to the station.

Q. State what, if anything, you found the matter with the track? Answer – I found wrong with it at all. I considered it in first class condition.

Q. Are you the person to whom complaint should be made as to the condition of that track by the C & O Railway? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. State whether or not any complaints were made of that track prior or subsequent to the accident? Answer – No, sir, I have never received a complaint from the C & O road about track up to that time or since that time.

Q. And if any complaint had been made, you would have known of it? Answer – Oh, yes, it would come to me more than likely.

Q. did you ever have any reports made by any of your people, your conductors or engineers, of the bad condition of the track?

Mr. Browning: Object to as heresay.

The Court: I will sustain that objection.

Mr. Hall: I will withdraw that question.

Mr. Hall: Do you recollect of having a talk with Mr. Flanagan, master mechanic of the C & O

Railway, the day after that accident about what the cause of the accident was?



Mr. Browning: Did you lay the foundation for it?

The Court: I think he did ask your witness, Mr. Flanagan, what talk he had with Mr. Hudson. If

you did not, you can recall the man now. My recollection is that he asked Mr. Flanagan about a conversation he had with Mr. Hudson, and he said they looked at two pieces together.



Mr. Hall: I want to ask Mr. Hudson if he ever told him that the box-bolts were at such a place. Q

Did you ever tell Mr. Flanagan any of you people had found the box-bolts, and where they were? Answer –I told Mr. Flanagan we had found the top of part of a bolt, and that was all.

CROSS EXAMINATION

By Mr. Browning:

Q. Mr. Hudson, this accident took place on the 23rd of February, 1915, didn’t it. Answer – I think the 23rd

Q. And you stated that no report was made to you before that time by any C & O officer as to the condition of the track? Answer – No, sir.

Q. Mr. Hudson, when did you become superintend of the Southern Railway? Answer – June 1st 1914.

Q. When did you assume the duties of that position? Answer – On that date.

Q. You had not any connection with the southern Railway north of the Carolinas until that time, had you? Answer – Not in an official capacity, no sir.

Q. When was it that you examined the track with reference to the accident? Answer – Sometime after reaching the accident. I could not tell you the exact time.

Q. About how long do you think? Answer – My recollection is when I got to the accident I went to this switch and saw that something had turned the stock rail out.

Q. About how long after the accident was that? Answer – Does anything here show when the accident happened? I think it was about 3.:30 o’clock.

Q. 6.32. Answer – About nine and a half hours after the accident.

Q. That is when I walked to the depot.

Q. I had reference to the time you examined the track? Answer – I can’t say, but I should say eight or nine o’clock in the morning.

Q. After the accident? Answer – Yes.

Q. And you say the track was good? Answer – Yes, sir.

Q. You saw nothing the matter with it? Answer – No, sir.

Q. Now, it has been testified that there was a hard rain that night, continuing the next morning; if what you say is correct, that rain had no effect on the track, did it? Answer – It had not up to that time.



Note: It is admitted that the accident occurred near Bristow, in the County of Prince William,

Virginia.



Mr. Hall: I move the court, on behalf of the Southern Railway Company, to exclude all of the

testimony given by Dr. A. B. Hooe so far as it involves his opinion that the present condition of the plaintiff is the result of injuries sustained in the accident of which he complains, on the ground, in the first place, he did not qualify as an expert on nervous diseases; in the second place, the question was not properly propounded to him, and his opinion was expressed without having had the benefit not only of all the evidence but of only a part of the plaintiff’s evidence, and without the cross examination of the plaintiff, and without a great deal of the other medical testimony in the case.



Mr. Browning: We concur in his motion.

Mr. Mackey: As to that part of Dr. Hooe’s testimony, we consent that it be excluded, so that there

will not be any exception on that.



Mr. Hall: Then we understand that all of Dr. Hooe’s testimony is stricken out which connects the

plaintiff’s injuries with the Southern Railway?



Mr. Mackey: Yes.

Mr. Hall: Our position is this, that if this gentleman’s condition is established beyond a per

adventure of a doubt to be epilepsy, and if he establishes that he was a passenger on Southern Railway train and was injured, unless there is some evidence in this case connecting that condition with that accident, the jury cannot find a verdict for the plaintiff, and that connection can only be found legally by a hypothetical question properly framed, and there is no such hypothetical question in this record.



Mr. Mackey: We showed his condition of health before the accident, and followed it up.

The Court: I understand that so much of Dr. A. B. Hooe’s testimony as undertakes to say that the

physical condition of the plaintiff, to wit: epilepsy, is due to the accident at Bristow, that so much of that is stricken out.



Mr. Mackey: Because Dr. Hooe, in the nature of things, could not know about it.

The Court: You consent to that?

Mr. Mackey: Yes, sir.

The Court: Whatever he said about it, and his opinion that the epilepsy is due to the accident, is

stricken out?



Mr. Mackey: Yes, sir; but that it could be due to that is in. All that would remain in would be his

opinion that it could come from a traumatism or a blow. As to whether it came from the accident, in the nature of things he could not know it.


Counsel for Southern Railway Company moved the court to strike out all the evidence as to the condition of the track from a point five hundred feet north of Bristow Station to the point of accident; which motion the court overruled, to which action of the court counsel for the Southern Railway Company thereupon excepted.

During the argument of Mr. Hall, counsel for Southern Railway Company, he stated, “If your Honor please, I wish the record to show that I move to strike from the testimony, and ask the jury do not consider the last sentence of Dr. Bacon’s answer to interrogatory No. 5 on the ground that his diagnosis as to the cause of this injury was not based in a hypothetical question, nor was it based upon the evidence as produced in this case.”


Court: I sustain that objection.

Mr. Mackey: Only it comes rather late.

Court: I sustain that motion.

Acre, W. S. C. 259

Adams Express 109

Alexandria 6,24,35,36,40,41, 42,43,49,55,56,58,59,60,67, 68,69,73

Allopathic School 152

Amos, C. N. 59,70

Anderson, Ernest 174

Army Medical School 134

Arnold, William 11

Ayres, Elizabeth F. 34

Bacon, Dr. 95,101,109,155, 158,170,171,283

Bacon, Dr. Robert 138

Baltimore 143

Barbee, Charles DS 36

Barlow’s Practice 103

Baumgardner, Mr. 134

Bettis, J. L. 3

Bettis, Norman 3

Bond, K. 201

Booker, J. R. 264

Bradford, J. H. 35

Brady, Edmund 143

Briant, J. F. 238

Brightwell, H. A. 266

Bristow 80,81,82,83,84,85,88 91,94,100,112,114,120,122, 124,126,148,149,151,160,168 174,175,176,178,179,180,182 187,188,190,191,195,196,200 201,202,203,204,205,206,207 208,209,210,211,212,213,214 215,216,217,218,219,221,223 228,229,232,233,235,236,238 239,241,243,244,247,249,250 251,255,256,257,258,259,265 266,269,270,271,273,275,277 278,280,281,282,283

Bristow Bridge 258

Bristow Merchant 114

Bristow Station 76,78,88,89, 93,120,126,127,175,181,187, 194,195,202,204,205,207,215 217,218,220,229,230,231,232 233,235,239,241,245,249,250 251,252,254,256,257,260,267 270,271,273,277,278,283

Broad Run 57,61,112

Brown, R. L. 263

Brown, William H. 31,33,34

Browning, A. T. 83,87,91,93 104,119,121,122,123,124,153 171,191

Browning, George L. 123,150

Browning, Mr. 79,81,83,84, 86,87,88,90,96,103,104,105, 111,112,114,115,121,122,124 125,126,127,129,131,132,150 154,161,173,174,175,176,178 180,181,182,185,186,187,189 195,196,199,200,201,203,204 205,206,207,208,210,211,212 215,216,217,218,219,220,221 222,225,226,228,229,232,233 234,237,238,239,240,241,243 244,246,247,249,250,251,252 253,255,256,257,258,259,260 261,263,264,266,269,270,271 272273,275,276,277,278,279 280,281,282,283,

Britton, J. F. 38

Buckley, William A. 31,33,34

Burke, Edmund 37

Burke, Mr. 45,46,47,48,51,52 53,54,55,59,60,61,62,64,65, 67,68,70,71

Burlington VT 19

C & O 89,93,94,99,111,112, 113,115,123,124,126,127,128 129,131,134,161,174,175,176 177,178,179,181,182,188,191 195,196,197,198,199,200,201 202,205,206,207,225,227,228 230,234,236,237,238,249,252 253,254,255,257,260,265,270 271

C & O R.R. 76,77,78,79,88, 123,124,127,132,133,143,153 176,182,215,216,219,231,232 234,235,238,247,249,255,257259,260,261,263,264,266,269271,273,276,281

Calverton 195,196

Carr, H.T.A. 168

Carr, James 4,5

Cassaday, J. E. 194

Caton, H. B. 37

Caton, Jas. R. 37,70

Caton, Mr. 43,44,46,50,57,58 69,70

Catlett 124

Charlottesville 191

Cherot, C. A. 280

Clark, William A. Jr. 5

Cockrell, E. L. 17

Cockrell, Edwin L. 17,18

Coflin, C. A. 127

Colbert, C. F. 5,6,7

Colbert, George 6

Colbert, John P. 5,6,7

Colbert, William 6

Colbert, William H. 6,7

Coleman, J. F. 2,38

College of Medicine 156

Columbia University 95

Colvin, J. C. 15,19,20,21,22, 23,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32, 35,36

Conner, C. 16

Conner, E. R. 16

Conner, J. K. 14,15

Cox & Meredith 4

Crockett, Hugh W. 85

Cullen, M. J. 49

Cullen, Mr. 51

Culpeper 3,4,195

Danville Va. 41

Davies, J. J. 8

Davies, J. Jenkyn 5,8,38,39

Davis, Dr. 96,101,111,136, 170

Davis, Dr. W. T. 133,135

Davis, Dr. William 96,133

Davis, Frank 1

Davis, R. H. 3,114

Delaplane 12

Doctor-Bacon 95,101,109, 155,158,170,171,283

Doctor-Bacon, Robert 101, 138

Doctor-Davis 96,101,111,136

Doctor-Davis, W. T. 135

Doctor-Davis, William 96, 133

Doctor-Grover 131

Doctor-Hooe 95,96,99,101, 103,104,109,111,156,157

Doctor-Hooe A.B. 103,134, 135

Doctor-Iden 80,90,95,151

Doctor-Iden, B.F. 151

Doctor-Jacks 95,100,109,140 141

Doctor-King, A.F.A. 19,20

Doctor-Lemon 111,157,168 170,171

Doctor-Lemon H.T.A. 168

Doctor-Martin, Thomas 136

Doctor-Merchant 83

Doctor-Merchant W.F. 156

Doctor-Stoddard 1

Doctor-Williams 96,101,102, 109,130,135,136,137,138,154 155,156,158,170,171,172,173

Doctor-Williams, Tom 134, 135,158,171

Doctor-Wine 79,89,90,92,95, 99,100,101,109,110,151,153, 154,160,161,170,214

Douglas, V. T. 271

Downing, H. H. 15,19,20,21, 22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30, 32,35,41,42,43

Driver, Mr. 46,47,48,50,52, 53,68

Driver, W. E. 45

Driver, Walter E. 68

Eddins, H. M. 269

Edinburg University 135

Eldridge, Mr. 164

Embrey, C. W. 3,5,8

Ewing, J.247

Fairfax, Elizabeth 34,35

Fairfax, Hamilton R. 34

Fairfax, Harrison R. 35

Fairfax, Henry 34,35

Fairfax, John W. 34,35

Fairfax, John Walter 34,35

Fairfax, Lindsay 34,35

Fairview Avenue 6

Fauquier County 9

Fauquier Co. Sheriff 9

Finley, W. W. 41

Flanagan, M. M. 215

Flickwir, David W. 38

Free, W. R. Jr. 29,40

Front Royal 10

Fuller, E. 187

Funk, H. S. 68

Funk, Hugh S. 68

Furr, William 13

Gainesville 2,56,73

Gaither’s Quarry 202,210

Galleher, G. G. 31,33,34

Gentry, W. B. 251

Giesboro Point 163

Glascock, Luther 9

Goods, C. T. 69

Gould’s Medical Dictionary 103

Gray, Carl 38,39

Gray, Russell R. 39

Gray’s Anatomy 103

Greaver, G. T. 260

Grover, Dr. 131

Gutrick, James 11

Halderman, Mr. 80,81

Halterman, A. 88

Hale, W. F. 20,21

Hall, Mr. 79,81,83,84,86,87 88,90,91,94,95,96,97,98,99 100,101,102,103,104,105,106 109,111,126,130,131,132,133 134,135,136,137,138,139,140 143,150,151,153,154,155,156 157,159,160,161,162,164,165 166,167,168,170,171,173,178 182,187,190,195,196,197,199 200,201,204,205,209,214,215 217,220,221,222,223,224,225 226,227,228,229,230,231,232 233,241,242,243,244,246,247 249,250,251,253,258,261,262 264,265,267,270,271,274,276 277,278,279,280,281,282,283

Halliburton, J. G. 74

Hammill, R. C. 36

Harding co. WV 95

Harley, A. C. 9

Harrington, John 14

Harrington, Thomas 14

Harrisonburg 41,55,188

Haymarket 45,51,54

Haymarket Depot 1,2,74

Hixson, Ed 59

Hixson, Edward 65

Hixson, Mr. 59

Holeopple PA 26

Holloway, Wm. H. 134,138

Hood, John W. 196

Hooe, Dr. 169,170,283

Hooe, Dr. A. B. 95,103,134, 135,283

Hornbaker, J. R. 19

Howe, Pena 41

Hudson, W. C. 281

Hughes, H. C. 261

Hulfish, George A. 1,2

Hunsburger, J. T. 11

Hutchison, Robert A. 72,73

Hyde, J. T. 112

Hyde, Mr. 112,113

Hynson, R. S. 16

Iden, Dr. 90,95,151,170,173

Iden, Dr. B. F. 151

Jacks, Dr. 95,100,109,140 141

Janney, Tyson 31,34

Jeffries, B. 73

Jeffries, B. T. 72,73

Jeffries, H. M. 72,73

Jeffries, Jackson 72,73

Jeffries, James 72,73

Jeffries, John 7

Jeffries, John W. 7

Jeffries, L. S. 7,72,73

Jeffries, Lucien 9

Jeffries, Lucien S. 7

Jeffries, Susan 72

Jeffries, Susan C. 73

Johnson & Lion 16,40

Johnson, John 2

Kincheloe, W. W. 24

King, Dr. A. F. A. 19,20

King, Frank 9

King George 95

Kirk’s Physiology 103

Lanum, A.E.S. 68

Lanum, E. C. 68

Lanum, M. C. 68

Latham, J. W. 15,17,19,20,21 22,23,25,26,27,28,29,30,31, 32,35,36

Leachman, J. P. 2,3,4,5,8,14, 16,17,26,27,28,30,32,34,38, 148

Leachman – Sheriff 5

Leake & Carter 34

Lemon, Dr. 111,157,168, 170,171

Lemon, Dr. H.R.A. 168

Lewis, H. B. 21

Lewis, Hattie B. 21,22

Lion, Thomas 6

Lipscomb, N. L. 14

Lipscomb, W. N. 23

Lynn, H. F. 15,17,19,20,21, 22,23,25,26,27,28,29,30,31 32,35,36

Mackey, Crandel 79

Mackey, Mr.79,80,81,84,85 86,87,91,95,96,97,98,99,100 101,102,103,104,105,106,108 109,112,114,116,117,120,121 122,123,124,125,126,127,128 129,130,131,132,133,134,135 137,148,149,150,151,152,154 155,156,157,159,160,161,162 163,166,167,170,171,172,173 175,178,180,181,182,186,191 196,202,203,212,214,215,217 218,221,222,224,227,231,233 234,237,239,240,246,247,253 255,256,258,260,261,263,270 271,272,274,275,277,283

Manassas 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 11,12,13,14,15,16,18,19,20, 21,22,23,24,26,27,28,29,32 33,34,35,38,41,42,43,44,45 49,50,51,56,59,60,61,62,65, 66,67,68,73

Manassas Branch 44,46,67

Manassas Coal Bin 69

Manassas Industrial School 35,36

Manassas Road 65,66,67,70

Manassas Station 57,65,74

Marsteller, l. A. 3

Manuel, J. P. 9,15,17,19,20, 21,22,23,25,26,27,28,29,30, 31,32,35,36

Marsteller, L. A. 24,25,74

Marsteller, S. A. 28

Martin, Dr. Thomas 136

Mayhugh, Hampton 98

McCormick, Marshall 11,13

McCullough, John W. 165

McDonald, Carrie 58

McDonald, E. E. 43

McDonald, Ernest E. 43,45, 56,58,68,70,71

McDonald, Graham 74,75

McDonald Mr. 45,49,50,56, 57,58,59,60,61,64,65,66,68 69

McDonald, Mrs. 58

Mellon, John 14,40

Merchant, Ben 1

Merchant, Dr. 83,95,96,99, 101,103,104,109,111,156,157 170,171

Merchant, Dr. W. F. 156,275

Meredith, E. E. 16

Meredith, T.S or J. S. 2,3

Meredith, W. P. 16

Meredith, J. W. 231

Meriwether, J.H. 35

Metzger, William H. 17,18

Meyers, Susan F. 17

Midkiff, W. E. 201

Miller, William 56

Montgomery, W. D. 35

Moore & Keith 6

Moore, James M. 5

Moore, Mr. 43,44,45,46,47, 48,51,52,53,55,56,57,59,64, 65,66,67,68 69,70,71

Moore, R. W. 39,40

Moore, R. Walton 43

Moser, J. 6

Moving Pictures 119

National Bank of Man.148

Neabsco Creek 34

Negro Lawyer 35

Nelson,E. 1,3,5,9,13,14, 16, 19,20, 21,22,25,26, 31,35,73

Nelson, Edwin 1,3,5,9,13,14 16,36,73

Nelson, John H. 34

Nicol, C. E. 7,40,42,43

Nicol, Charles E. 39

Nokesville 3,4,41

Nolan, P. 279

Norfolk 11

Nothnagel’s System 103

Occoquan Station 36

O’Flaherty & Fulton 11,13

O’Neal, Dennis 209

O’Neil, Robert 161

Oliver & Company 74,75

Oliver, W. J. 74,75

Orange Va. 41,76

Osler’s Practice 103

Patterson, Mr. 88,89,90,91, 109,131,132137,143,144,146, 162,166,187,194,198,274

Patterson, Thomas H. 79,133, 134,143

Pattie, L. B. 11

Patton, J. S. 73

Payne, V. A. 155

Pearson, Leroy 9

Peters, Franz 1,2

Pettis, Mr. 161

Pettis, William 165

Phillips, Edgar H. 36

Portner Brownstone Co. 31, 32,33,34

Powell’s Creek 34,39

Puckett, J. W. 176

Railroad-Arch Bar 86,87,88, 112,113,114,116,120,124,125 126,127,128,129,177,178,180 181,182,183,184,185,186,188 189,190,191,193,197,199,200 201,204,205,206,211,214,216 217,218,220,222,223,225,226 227,228,231,234,235,236,237 238,239,240,241,242,245,246 248,260,261,262,264,265,266 269,270,281

Railroad-Baggage Car 12,116 128,129,168,254

Railroad-Baggage Coach 150

Railroad-Baggage Man 128

Railroad-Baggage Master 85 86

Railroad-Brakeman 13,36,37, 38,39,43,48,52,54,68,85,86, 100,240,252,257,259,260,261 269,271

Railroad-Caboose 45,52,53, 54,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,68, 69,128,252,255,257,260,270

Railroad-Choppy Track 86, 88,124,126,219,228,229,232 233,236,237,247,248,250,264 271

Railroad-Combination Car 86 116,155,168,176,188,191,199

Railroad-Conductor 4,13,37, 43,45,47,48,50,51,52,57,58, 59,65,68,69,85,100,155,196, 232,240,252,253,255,257,259 260,269,270,271,282

Railroad-Dispatcher 44,49, 66,67,132,195,238,252

Railroad-Fireman 48,56,90, 92,127,128,149,150,252,254, 255,257,259,261

Railroad-Flagman 36,45,46, 47,48,50,52,53,54,61,62,63, 68,85,213,252,254,255

Railroad-Freight Train 36,37, 47,59,74,93,94,112,114,115, 116,127,128,129,132,149,151 161,174,175,176,177,178,179 180,182,188,191,195,196,197 198,199,203,219,233,234,237 238,239,250,257,260,266,267 269,270,271

Railroad-Frog 112,115,121, 122,178,179,185,186,187,189 190,191,194,202,204,206,207 217,218,219,220,221,222,229 230,231,241,244,245,256,267 268,270,271,276,277

Railroad-Gap Siding 45,46, 50

Railroad-Locomotive 16,36, 37,40,49,55,59,76,78,127,128 227,257,280

Railroad-Mechanic 49,55,176 181,185,188,216,225,227,238 239,246,282

Railroad-Steel Car 129,156, 160,188,198,246,264

Railroad-Tele. Operator 45

Railroad-Tie Bar 87,88,113, 114,178,180,181,183,184,185 192,193,194,200,216,217,218 219,220,221,222,223,225,226 227,228,229,230,233,234,235 240,241,242,244,245,246,247 248,256,257,261,266,267,268 269,272,273,276,277,281

Railroad-Wooden Car 129, 160,188

Randolph, W. F. 9

Randolph, William 11

Randolph, Wm. F. 12,13

Rector, Robert 1

Reid, H. W. 22

Reid, Henry W. 22

Rhodes, F. R. 168

Rice, W. M. 1,4,5,7,8,15,27, 28,29,30,31,32,33,38

Richmond Medical College 79

Ritzer, R. 14

Roberts, W. W. 259

Robertson, B. S. 26,27

Rorabaugh, F. C. 1,3,8

Roseberry, John M. 110

Ruffner, Frank 160

Russell, Monroe 175

Russell, Morry 175

Saranac Lake NY 101

Scotland 135

Selden, M. C. 249

Shaw, J. C. 200

Shenandoah Pa. 99

Shepperd, S. H. 15,31

Sibley Hospital 109

Sinclair & Son 13

Singer Sewing Mach. Co. 99 102,107,108,109,110,130,131 143,144,170

Skinner, Henry 29,30,31

Smith, Grant C. 143,147

Smith, Jennie 23

Smith, Temple 1

Smith, W. Temple 1

Smith, Margaret 23

Smith, Margaret V. 22,23,24

Smith, Walter A. 22,23

Southern Express 99,108

Southern Railway 1-280

Spittle, Kate 6,7

Stacey NC 202

Strasburg 44,45,49,50,51,55, 59,66,68

Strasburg Yard 44

Stoddard, Dr. 1

Stonnell, S. B. 31,34

Stover, Mr. 69

Sullivan, Mr. 80,81,82,83,84, 85,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95, 96,97,99,101,103,104,106, 112,116,117,118,119,120,121 123,125,129,134,135,136,137 138,139,140,142,143,144,145 146,147,148,149,150,151,152 153,154,156,157,158,159,160 161,162,163,164,165,166,167 168,169,170,171,172,173,200 215,253,255,256,274,275

Sullivan, Mrs. 84,93,117,119, 120,274

Sullivan, W. J. 79,99,106,117 129,254,255,273

Sullivan, W. J. Mrs. 117,224

Sullivan, Wm. J. 76,77,80,88, 95,99,117,133,134,135,138, 143,165,169

Sumerset Pa. 26

Tennessee 163

Thomas, L. B. 1

Thornton, J. B. T. 6,8,34,39, 40,43

Tompkins, L. H. 257

Treverow, William 26

Tyler, Edward 9

Virginia Midland R.R. 40,41, 42,43

W.& O.D. R.R.Co. 85

Warren County 10

Warrenton Turnpike 73

Warring, H. H. 35

Washington City 76,78,80,88 89,90,93,95,99,100,101,102, 106,109,119,133,134,138,143 156,157,161,163,165,167,168 169,188,254,257,258

Washington College 152

Washington Division 188, 196,201,216,281

Washington Southern 132

Washington Steel & Ord. 99, 108,109,110,129,130,131,161 163,165,167,170

Washington Times 107,110

Wattrell, A. 50

Wattell, A. M. 43,47

Wattrell, Mr. 43,45,46,47,48, 52,64,65,66

Wellington 10,12,44,45,46,47 49,50,52,53,54,56,60,61,63, 64,68,70

Wendover, John 66

Wheeler, Wm. M. 15,19,20, 21,22,23,25,26,27,28,29,30, 31,32,35,36,79

Whipple WV 95,108

Wilkerson, Wm. A. 9

Williams, Dr. 158,170,171, 172,173

Williams, Dr. Tom A. 134, 135,158, 171

Williams, M. D. 35

Wine, Dr. 78,89,90,92,95,96, 99,100,101,102,109,110. 130, 135,136,137,138,151,153154, 155,156,160,161,170,214

Wine, Dr. R. E. 79,214

Witness-Acre W.S.C. 259

Witness-Amos C.N. 59

Witness-Anderson E. 174

Witness-Arnold, Wm. 11

Witness-Bond K. 201

Witness-Booker J.R. 264

Witness-Briant J.F. 238

Witness-Brightwell H.A. 266

Witness-Brown R.L. 263

Witness-Carr A.B. 174

Witness-Cassaday J.E.194

Witness-Cherot C.A. 280

Witness-Coflin C.A. 127

Witness-Crockett H.W. 85

Witness-Cullen M.J. 49

Witness-Davis R.H. 114

Witness-Davis W.T. 133

Witness-Douglas V.T. 271

Witness-Eddins H.M. 269

Witness-Ewing J. J. 247

Witness-Flanagan M.M. 215

Witness-Fuller E. 187

Witness-Funk, H.S. 68

Witness-Furr, W.M. 13

Witness-Gentry W.B. 251

Witness-Goods, C. T. 69

Witness-Greaver, G.T. 260

Witness-Gutrick James 11

Witness-Halterman A. 88

Witness-Hixson, Edw. 65

Witness-Hood J.W. 196

Witness-Hooe A.B. 95,283

Witness-Hudson W.C. 281

Witness-Hughes H.C. 261

Witness-Hunsburger J.T. 11

Witness-Hyde J.T. 112

Witness-King, Dr. 19,20

Witness-Lanum, E.C. 68

Witness-Leachman J.P. 148

Witness-Lemon, Dr. 168

Witness-Lemon H.T.A. 168

Witness-Lipscomb N.L. 14

Witness-McDonald, Carrie 58

Witness-McCullough J.W. 165

Witness-Merchant W.F.156, 275

Witness-Meredith J.W. 231

Witness-Midkiff W.E. 201, 277

Witness-Miller, William 56

Witness-Nolan P. 279

Witness-O’Neal Dennis 209

Witness-O’Neil R.O. 161

Witness-Pattie L.B. 11

Witness-Payne V.A. 155

Witness-Puckett J.W. 176, 275

Witness-Rhodes F.R. 168

Witness-Ritzer R. 14

Witness-Roberts W.W. 259

Witness-Ruffner Frank 160

Witness-Selden M.C. 249

Witness-Shaw J.C. 200

Witness-Stoddard, Dr. 1

Witness-Sullivan Mrs. 117, 274

Witness-Tompkins L.H. 257

Witness-Wattell A.M. 43

Witness-Williams T.A. 134

Witness-Wine, Dr. R.E. 79

Woodbridge 36



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