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142 Wm. K. Prior administrator of John Pryor. William B. Booth
William H. Bennett.
Cotton, corn, horses, cattle, mules,
tle, hogs, corn, &c., taken and used
Dwelling and out-houses, cotton, and
Administrators of Illegal imprisonment by United States. Aug. 28, 1862 New Orleans, La...
Drug-store, stock of drugs, bank notes,
horses, mules, &c., taken, used, and
Use, occupation, and damage to real July 15, 1862 Helena, Ark
estate by United States Army. Damage by loss of school...
Eliza B. Nelson.
145 Henry St. John
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
Horse, mule, corn, vegetables, sugar, May 24, 1863 Parish of Point Cou-
Arrest and bad treatment by United
Horses, mules, tobacco, rum, sugar, June 7, 1863 Jackson, La.
Cotton burned by United States Army.
Horses, mules, corn, &c., taken by
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..
Occupation and damage to dwelling-
-1 1862 Off Cape Fear River, N.C.
April-, 1865 Sumpter, S. C
C.-Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, &c.-Continued.
Total amount Interest claimed.
160 Alice and Ellen Duffy.
-, 1863 Parish of St. Landry.
Cotton seized and sold by United Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.
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166 Richard Henry, otherwise Richard Eustice.
Godfrey Barnesley.. Horses, cattle, hay, corn, potatoes,
curred by seizure of brig Dolphin
Seizure and detention of cargo of Isa- June 19, 1863 Near Halifax, N. S bella Thompson by United States
steamer United States.
Henry S. Jacobs....
Percy M. Quillen.
172 Charles Mayhew
Nehemiah K. Clements.
John Medcalf Robert M. Carson
179 Conway Bell
Jane L. Brand, widow of
- United States citizen.
May 17, 1863
Feb. 17, 1865 July 1, 1861 Jan. -, 1864
May 14, 1863
Seizure and detention of brigantine June 19, 1863 Near Halifax, N. S Isabella Thompson by United States
steamer United States.
by United States Army.
destroyed by United States Army.
Feb. 25, 1865 -, 1862
Bartow County, Ga
Columbia, S. C Washington, D. C. New Orleans.
Guilford County, N. C
Luzerne County, Pa.
One horse, cattle, poultry, furniture, Sept. 11, 1864 Fish River, Ala &c., taken, used, and destroyed by United States Army.
C.-Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, &c.-Continued..
Hogs, sheep, horses, mules, poultry, Apr., 1862 Maury County, Tenn.
Loss of crops on farm, two and a half
Furniture, books, and provisions
Dismissed for want of juris-
Disallowed Sept. 12, 1873.
No British beneficiary proved, and disallowed Sept. 24, 1873.
John K. Byrne.
John L. Lewis
Thomas H. Facer
James B. Halley, ad-
Photographic building, fixtures, &c., used and destroyed by United States Army.
Loss and damage to his business Illegal imprisonment by the United States.
Nov. 15, 1863
Edw'd H. M. Purcell. Wood, corn, rope, bagging, and twine 1863 and 1865 Rodney, Miss
Nov. 25, 1862
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Loss of time and business. Tobacco burned by United States Army.
Tobacco captured by United States vessels.
Horry County, S. C..
Charlotte County, Va
Aug. 6, 1862 Itawamba County,
Jan. -, 1862
June 19, 1863
One horse, wheat, bacon, corn, beef,
Feb. 1, 1864 Sept. -, 1864 -1862
Sept. 29, 1864
Maury County, Tenn.
ton Rouge, La.
1864 and 1865 Petersburgh, Va Maysville, S. C At sea