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Information about Central Depot Hospital in Richmond, VA during the Civil War.

probably in the Virginia Central Depot. Opened temporarily

Richmond Dispatch 6/28/1862; Enormous list of wounded by hospital: Central Depot; Third Georgia; Royster; First Alabama; St. Charles; Keen, Baldwin & Williams; Kent; Christian & Lea’s; Ligon; Globe; Third Alabama; Institute; Fourth Georgia
Richmond Dispatch 6/30/1862; Another huge hospital list: Seabrook’s; Banner; Christian & Lea’s; Globe; Moore; Howard; Royster; Central Depot; First Alabama; Third Alabama; First Georgia; Second Georgia; Third Georgia
Richmond Dispatch 7/12/1862; Surg. C. D. Rice wants 2 cooks, 3 Laundresses, and 10 gallons of milk daily at the Central Depot Hospital
Richmond Dispatch 7/14/1862; 2 cooks and 3 laundresses needed at Central Depot Hospital
Richmond Dispatch 7/14/1862; 10 gallons of milk needed daily at Central Depot Hospital
Richmond Dispatch 7/17/1862; Agent for Richmond Hospitals acknowledges donations. Seabrook, Central Depot, Kent Hospitals are the beneficiaries of these donations
Richmond Dispatch 7/25/1862; Central Hospital is now vacant
Richmond Dispatch 7/28/1862; Surg. C. D. Rice, formerly of Central Depot Hospital, now at Howard’s Grove. He is now accepting claims against Central Depot Hospital for hire of negroes

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