From the Richmond Examiner, 10/4/1861
RECAPTURED. – One of the Abolition soldiers,
confined in the prison at this place, named Washburne, a member of the Fourth
Maine Regiment, escaped Wednesday night, but was recaptured at Tunstall’s
Depot, New Kent county, yesterday, by Dr. Tazewell Tyler and Mr. Apperson, and
brought to the city in custody of Dr. Crump and Mr. Wm. W. New, and delivered to
Gen. Winder. Washburne was in Ross’ factory when he left.