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Ann White 279 Emily J., Sherard, later Emily J. Gilland, administratrix of William Sherrard. William Brown

280

281

Joseph M. P. Nolan. Mary Nolan....... M. M. Bell.

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282 Benjamin Thornton 283 George Cooper

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Saunders & Son..

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Sheldon Lewis

Oliver K. King, ad-
ministrator for
William Stewart.

Corn, bacon, cattle, fodder, straw, rails, 1862 and 1863 Fauquier County, Va 1 horse, 1 mule, and dwelling-house,

taken and used by United States.

27 vessels and their cargoes, captured During the At sea. by United States. No appeal to Supreme Court.

war.

Timber and wood taken and used by
United States Army..
Dwellings and out-buildings, fence,
garden, &c., taken and used by Uni-
ted States Army.

Peter A. Spearwater For damage and detention of schooner May 31, 1863 At sea.

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No.

289

290

291

297

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

Total amount claimed.

294

Frederick Ward 295 George Wostenholm 296 John Deighen.......

Herman Baer, ad-
ministrator
of
Barry Drew Hew-

etson.

298 C. Eugenia O'Bryan, Cotton seized by United States.

administratrix of Perry O'Bryan.

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William Rose; be-
came an United
es citizen.
Emilia J. Pothier,
executrix of L. B.
Pothier.
Laura Armitage,
wife of Robert Ar-
mitage; No. 348
vs. The United
States.

306 Henry A. McLeod...

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Norman W. McColl,
administrator of
Hugh McColl.

Robert Dignum.

For use and damage to Factor's Cotton
Press, Anchor Cotton Press, Louis-
iana Cotton Press, and Yards No. 1,
2, and 3, and stables, yards, quarters,
&c., by United States.

Thomas Arkwright. Cotton seized and sold by United Jan., 1865 Savannah, Ga..

States. Now pending in the Court
of Claims.

Cotton seized and sold by United Jan. -, 1865 Savannah, Ga.
States. Now pending in the Court
of Claims.
Cotton seized by United States.

Apr., 1863 Red River, La..

Saddle, bridle, stirrups, needles and Jan. 6, 1865 Savannah, Ga. thread, taken by United States Army.

Lucie F. Garrett, administratrix of Charles Fleming.

William Whitty...

Charleston, S. C.

Louisiana and Arkansas.

New Orleans, La..

For schooner Prince Leopold, seized Aug., 1861 New York City. and sold by United States, and $2,500 per annum, value of said vessel to claimant, from September 1, 1861. No appeal to Supreme Court. Cypress lumber, machinery of sawmill, saws, axes, chains, blacksmith's tools, carpenter's tools, material, damage to buildings, &c., by United States Army.

1862 and 1863 Bayou Millam, La.

Flour, pork, beef, sugar, coffee, furni- Dec. 10, 1862 Fredericksburgh, Va

ture, account-books, library, tools,
damage to house, suspension of bus-
iness, &c., by United States Army.
Two mules, two horses, ten cattle,
building, fencing, material and im-
plements in foundry, rope, &c.,
taken, used, and destroyed by United
States gunboat Clifton.
Bacon, lard, sugar, wine, wool, &c., de-
stroyed by United States Army.
Molasses taken by United States

Army.

-, 1863 Parish of St. Mary, La.

Alexandria, La. Bayou Robert, La.

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No.

311

312

313

317

318

319

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

Amount Total amount claimed. claimed.

314 Barron, Forbes & Co. 315 Andrew E. Byrne et al

May 8, 1863

Cotton seized by United States Army. Jan,, 1864
Cotton seized by United States Army. June, 1665
Claim pending in the Court of Claims.
Quicksilver mine from which claim-
ants were ejected by United States.
Damage for steamer Monmouth being
warned off the coast of all the South-
ern States by United States steamer
Niagara.

May 12, 1861

316 S. Isaac, Campbell & For cargo of Springbok, captured by Feb. 3, 1863 At sea.

Co.

United States steamer Sonoma.
Costs and expenses incurred by claim-

ants.

Cotton seized and sold by the United Sept.-, 1863 Hinds County, Miss.
States.

Claim on docket of Court of Claims.

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Eliza H. Molyneux, executrix of Edmund Molyneux. 324 George, Henry, and Jas. W. B. Money. William Ashton

325

same.

322 Samuel Irvin & Co.. Tobacco burned at Richmond, Va., by Apr. 3, 1865 Richmond, Va

reason of the United States restrain

ing claimant from removing the

323

326 John Murphy..

328

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was on docket of Court of Claims.
327 David J. Browne.... Cotton burned by United States Army. July, 1863
Cotton burned by United States Army.
1864
Cotton burned by United States Army. 1863 or 1864
Cotton seized and sold by United
1863

States.

332

Tobacco factory and fixtures destroyed Mar., 1865

by United States Army; tobacco,
horses, mules, flour, meal, bacon, &c.,
&c., taken and used by United States
Army.

Tobacco burned at Richmond, Va., by Apr. 3, 1865 Richmond, Va
reason of the United States restrain-
ing claimant from removing the

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Goochland County, Va.

Clothing, silk, and satin dresses, &c., lost while in charge of the United States Army.

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