Sunday, Charlie's little form was laid away to rest in the cemetery at Waynesboro.
He then drove on, but was overtaken, arrested, and lodged in jail at Waynesboro.
A good many people, who lived not too far away from Waynesboro, often drove in to attend the meetings.
Brother Early had been preaching every night in Waynesboro for several weeks.
Mrs. Judge Jones, of Waynesboro, was the first president of the home.
Marched a little beyond Waynesboro', and formed a junction with Army of Potomac.
A mile or two from the mountain lay the quiet little village of Waynesboro, where we arrived about noon.
Waynesboro (March 1865) was his last fight, after which he was relieved from his command.
Waynesboro was at that time, as it is now, the county site of Burke county, a town of about 1000 inhabitants.
Kilpatrick had reached Waynesboro when he learned that the prisoners had been taken away.