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142 Wm. K. Prior administrator of John Pryor. William B. Booth

146

William H. Bennett.

147

Cotton, corn, horses, cattle, mules,
&c., taken, used, and destroyed by
United States Army.
Heirs of John Purvis Bacon, lard, sugar, horses, mules, cat-

tle, hogs, corn, &c., taken and used
by United States Army.

Dwelling and out-houses, cotton, and
blacksmith's tools, &c., destroyed
by United States Army.

Administrators of Illegal imprisonment by United States. Aug. 28, 1862 New Orleans, La...

James Syme.

Drug-store, stock of drugs, bank notes,

horses, mules, &c., taken, used, and
destroyed by United States Army.
Damage to business....

Use, occupation, and damage to real July 15, 1862 Helena, Ark

estate by United States Army. Damage by loss of school...

148

Eliza B. Nelson.
(Later Isaac B. Corn-
wall and Eliza B.
Cornwall.)

Jeremiah O'Neal..

145 Henry St. John

James Borron

Andrew Robin.

Dec., 1864

1863 and 1864

Samuel N. Ryerson, Brig Napier and cargo, seized and sold et al. by United States. No appeal to Supreme Court. John J. Hennagan.. Cotton burned by United States Army. ...do

Near Savannah, Ga

pee, La.

Horse, mule, corn, vegetables, sugar, May 24, 1863 Parish of Point Cou-
&c., taken and used by United
States Army.

Arrest and bad treatment by United
States Army.

Horses, mules, tobacco, rum, sugar, June 7, 1863 Jackson, La.
store goods, &c., taken and used by
United States Army.
Cattle, hogs, wood, timber cut, bricks,
&c., taken and used by United
States Army; illegal imprisonment
by United States; damage to prac-
tice, &c.

Cotton burned by United States Army.
Damage to business, &c...

Horses, mules, corn, &c., taken by
United States Army.

1862, 1863, and 1864.

Warren Co., Miss.

Parish of Plaquemine, La.

-1 1864 Near Alexandria, La.

Illegal imprisonment by United States. Stock of drugs, fixtures, &c., de- April-, 1864 Alexandria, La stroyed by United States Army.

Loss in business, &c

Cotton taken by United States Army

One cow, hogs, tools, furniture, &c., May 20, 1864 Cartersville, Ga..
taken, used, and destroyed by United
States Army.

Occupation and damage to dwelling-
house and lot, by United States
Army.

-1 1862 Off Cape Fear River, N.C.

April-, 1865 Sumpter, S. C
April-, 1865 Maysville, S. C.

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C.-Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, &c.-Continued.

Total amount Interest claimed.

claimed.

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160 Alice and Ellen Duffy.

Charles Green

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-, 1863 Parish of St. Landry.

Cotton seized and sold by United Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.
States. Claim pending in Court of
Claims.

DA 10094 A

Columbia

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166 Richard Henry, otherwise Richard Eustice.

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Godfrey Barnesley.. Horses, cattle, hay, corn, potatoes,
poultry, furniture, &c., taken, used,
and destroyed, by United States
Army.
Furniture and library burned by
United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States
Use of house, use of and damage to
furniture and household goods by
United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States
For loss of wages and expenses in- Jan. 5, 1863 Off coast St. Thomas.

curred by seizure of brig Dolphin
by United States steamer Wachu-
setts, and loss of clothing, nautical
instruments, &c.

Seizure and detention of cargo of Isa- June 19, 1863 Near Halifax, N. S bella Thompson by United States

steamer United States.

177 178

Henry S. Jacobs....

Percy M. Quillen.
Elizabeth S. Thoms,
administratrix of
David Thoms.

196

170

171

172 Charles Mayhew
John McCann.
William J. Burton
Elizabeth Knowles.
Oliver C. Hayward.

181

Nehemiah K. Clements.

James McDaniel...

John Medcalf Robert M. Carson

179 Conway Bell

180

Jane L. Brand, widow of

a

- United States citizen.

Samuel Patton

May 17, 1863

Feb. 17, 1865 July 1, 1861 Jan. -, 1864

July

July

May 14, 1863
-, 1864
-, 1864
After Apr. 9,
Sept. 20, 1863
Sept., 1863
Apr. 4, 1865
Feb. 22, 1862

1865.

Seizure and detention of brigantine June 19, 1863 Near Halifax, N. S Isabella Thompson by United States

steamer United States.
Mules, clothing, &c., taken and used

by United States Army.
19 mules and 1 horse taken by United
States Army.
Tan-bark burned by United States
Army.
Lot of tools destroyed by United States
Army, and loss in business.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Dwelling-house, fence, and furniture,

destroyed by United States Army.
Cotton seized by United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States,
and horse, &c., taken by United States
Army.
Cotton seized and sold by United States Nov. 1863
Seizure of brig Ariel and cargo, cap-
1861
tured by United States steamer
Gemsbok, and sold by United States.
No appeal to Supreme Court.
Cotton, warehouse, &c., burned by
United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment and expulsion
by United States; furniture and
clothing used and destroyed by
United States Army.

Feb. 25, 1865 -, 1862

Bartow County, Ga

Columbia, S. C Washington, D. C. New Orleans.

Jackson, Miss.

Jackson, Miss.
Near Atlanta, Ga

Guilford County, N. C

Luzerne County, Pa.
Iuka, Miss.
Charleston, S. C.
Fort Yuma, Cal

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One horse, cattle, poultry, furniture, Sept. 11, 1864 Fish River, Ala &c., taken, used, and destroyed by United States Army.

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C.-Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, &c.-Continued..

Amount
claimed.

Total amount
claimed.

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Hogs, sheep, horses, mules, poultry, Apr., 1862 Maury County, Tenn.
corn, hay, cedar rails, &c., taken and
destroyed by United States Army.
Occupation of land, damage to dwell-
ing and out-houses, &c., by United
States Army.
Furniture, &c., burned by United
States Army.
Horses, mules, cattle, sheep, poultry,
bacon, corn, rice, furniture, &c.,
taken, used, and destroyed by United
States Army.

Loss of crops on farm, two and a half
years.

Furniture, books, and provisions
burned by United States Army.
Cotton, cattle, hogs, 1 mule taken and
used by United States Army.
Dwelling-house, furniture, clothing,
&c., burned by United States Army.
7, 1863
Illegal imprisonment by United States. Nov.
Cotton burned by United States Army. July 22, 1864

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Dismissed for want of juris-
diction March 31, 1873.

Disallowed Sept. 12, 1873.

No British beneficiary proved, and disallowed Sept. 24, 1873.

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John Murta..

William Cogan...
Edward McCabe
Mary S. Hill

Amos Bigland.

John K. Byrne.

John L. Lewis
Janet M. McClure.

Thomas H. Facer

James B. Halley, ad-
ministrator of Jas.
Pollock.

Thomas Byrne
Isaac Milner, claim-
ant, died, and case
was revived in the
name of Joauna R.
Milner, adminis-

tratrix.

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Photographic building, fixtures, &c., used and destroyed by United States Army.

Thomas Grant..

Loss and damage to his business Illegal imprisonment by the United States.

Nov. 15, 1863
Illegal imprisonment by United States. Feb. 26, 1862
Ilegal imprisonment by United States.
1863
Illegal imprisonment by United States. -, 1864
Illegal seizure of Tubal Cain by United April 8, 1863
States.
Furniture, &c., burned by United
States Army.
Rosin-still seized by United States..
For timber cut and used by United
States Army.
Furniture, &c., taken and destroyed,
and illegal arrest by United States
Army.

Edw'd H. M. Purcell. Wood, corn, rope, bagging, and twine 1863 and 1865 Rodney, Miss
taken and used by United States
Army.
Cotton, corn, bacon, &c., taken and
used by United States Army.
Cotton taken and used by United
States Army.
Cotton taken and used by United
States Army.
Sugar and molasses taken and sold by
United States.
Cotton burned by United States Army.

Nov. 25, 1862

Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Sugar, tobacco, horse, &c., taken by
United States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Illegal imprisonment by United States
Money, furniture, &c., taken, used,
and destroyed by United States
Army.

June, 1862
Mar. 9, 1865
1861 and 1862

-1864

Loss of time and business. Tobacco burned by United States Army.

Tobacco captured by United States vessels.

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April-, 1864
Mar. 18, 1863

Horry County, S. C..
Charleston, S. C.
Fairfax County, Va.

Charlotte County, Va

Miss.

Aug. 6, 1862 Itawamba County,
Jan. -, 1863

Jan.

1864

Jan. -, 1862

June 19, 1863
Nov. 17, 1864

One horse, wheat, bacon, corn, beef,
&c., taken and used by United States
Army.
One mare, 1 jack, poultry, rails, &c., Nov. 17, 1864 Lauderdale County,
taken and used by United States
Army.

Ala.

Feb. 1, 1864 Sept. -, 1864 -1862

Sept. 29, 1864

Terrebonne Parish,
La.

Tishemingo County,
Miss.
Lauderdale County,
Ala.

Maury County, Tenn.
Parish of West Ba-
ton Rouge, La.
Parish of West Ba-

ton Rouge, La.
New Orleans, La.
Sullivan Station, Mo.

1864 and 1865 Petersburgh, Va Maysville, S. C At sea

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