|Object Name||Shotgun, Double Barrel|
|Description||Double-barrel shotgun, marked "Manton" on the lockplate. The shotgun has steel furniture, two triggers, ramrod, and barrel tied to the stock.|
|Owned||John W. Russell|
|Owner Regiment||46th Virginia Infantry, Co. F(4th) ,"Eastern Shore Refugees"|
|Made||Manton, London, England, Great Britain, United Kingdom|
|Provenance||John W. Russell of Accomac County, Virginia, owned this double-barrel shotgun and used it as a member of Co. F, 46th Virginia Infantry until the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse in April 1865.|
Russell, John W.
Surrender at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865