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C.- Schedule of clai:ns presented to the commission by claimants against the respective governments, 8c.—Continued.

67 Pierre Dansereau Sailing and flat boat burned by United Oct. 27, 1862 Parish of Assump $220 00 States Army:

tion, La. 2 horses taken by United States Army

Parish of Assump 375 00

tion, La.
Rum destroyed by United States Army
Parish of Assump 1, 350 78 $100,016 53

Disallowed November 26, 1872.
tion, La.
Cotton taken and sold by United States April and Parish of Assump. 48, 070 75

May, 1863. tion, La.
Loss of crop on plantation, &c April and Parish of Assump- 50,000 00

May, 1863. tion, La.
68 James K. Hughes... Flour, sugar, bacon, molasses, tobacco, May 14, 1863 Jacksou, Miss.

14, 314 00 Gold and in- Award for $2,240 Feb. 10, 1873.
wearing apparel, &c., taken and used

terest.
by United States Army.
69 Mary C. Clevoland Cotton seized and sold by United States. Aug. -, 1864 Clinton, La.

452, 812 50 Interest at 6 Dismissed for want of jurisdic-
Claim pending in Court of Claims.

per cent. tion, without prejudice to

the prosecution of the claim

elsewhere, January 20, 1873. 70 Harriet A. Mills Cotton seized and sold by United States. Aug. - 1864 Clinton, La.

78, 750 00 And intarest Dismissed for want of jurisdic-
Claim pending in Court of Claims.

tion, without prejudice to
the prosecntion of the claim

elsewhere, January 20, 1873.
71 James Stott. Ilegal arrest by United States. Sept. 2, 1863 Dexter, Me.

500 00

Award for $775 Nov. 14, 1872.
72 William Adam. Railway stock

-1862 United States.

3,309 62

Disallowed February 6, 1872.
73 Henry Holt Woolen factory, stock, and fixtures de July - 1862

stroyed by the United States Army:
Corn, hay, cattle, bacon, &c., taken and 1862, 1863,

Waterloo, Va.....

47, 584 58

Disallowed December 4, 1872. used by United States Army.

and 1864. 74 Martha A. Rayne, Cotton seized by United States Army; May 2, 1863 Parish of Saint Lan

68, 280 30 | And interest Court of Claims case withadministratrix of part of claim on Court of Claims

dry, La.

drawn November 30, 1872, Robert Parker docket.

and rest of claim disallowed Rayne.

August 14, 1873. 75 William Moore Furniture, clothing, and provisions July 11, 1863 Jackson, Miss

1, 600 00

Award for $240 February 19,
taken and used by United States

1873.
Army.
76 John Manwaring Starch, 1 horse, bacon, &c., taken, July 6, 1864 Roswell, Ga

62, 775 00

Award for $979 June 12, 1873.
used, and destroyed by United States
Army, and damage to and suspen.

sion of business,
77 John Gaughen. Illegal imprisonment by United States. May 2, 1863 Westminster. Ma..

1,500 00

Award for $320 July 25, 1873. 78 Aaron Newberry Destruction of dwelling and out- Oct. 10, 1863 Near Chattanooga,

3, 486 00

Award for $332 January 17, houses, fences, and orchards, and the Tenn.

1873. taking and using cows, hogs, bay, &c., by United States Army.

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79 John I. Crawford Illegal imprisonment by United States. May 10, 1864 City of Now York .. 80 Hovora Mavonchy.. One horse, corn, fodder, watches, &c., Feb. - 1865 Bastrop, La

taken by United States Army. 81 Patrick Eagan, ad. Cotton taken and sold by United Mar. 7,1865 Wilmington, N.C..

ministrator of States; whisky and rum taken and William Donnelly. nised by United States Army.

Cotton claim was on docket Court of

Claims.
82 William M. Grant Lumber taken and used by United Jan. 7, 1865 New Orleans, La.

States Army, and damage to busi-
83 William Irwin Hay, corn, wheat, oats, &c., taken and Nov. -, 1862 Stafford County, Va.

used by United States Army, and

damage to barn, orchard, and stable.
84 Jacob T. Moore. Five mules taken by United States July 8, 1863 East Feliciana, La
Army.

Nov. 17, 1064
85 John Carmody.. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Mar. 1, 1865 New Orleans, La..
86 Ellen Stewart. Destruction of house, fencing, and cis. Sept. 10, 1863 Carrollton, La.

tern, and loss of rent, by United

States Army.
87 Thomas L. Deacon Dwelling-house and store, stock of Nov. 19, 1864 Liberty, Miss

goods, tools, and fixtures, taken,
used, and damaged by United States

Army.
86 Thoinas Pringle Corn, bacon, tobacco, horses, furniture, Mar., 1862, & Prince William
&c., taken, used, and destroyed by A pr., 1863

County, Va.
United States Army.
89 John W. Carmalt 48 bales of cotton, taken and sold by Feb. 18, 1864 Charleston, S.C. 13, 811 42

United States.
125 bales of cotton, burned by United Feb. 18, 1861 Orangeburgh, S.C., 51, 425 00

States Army
Linseed-oil, seized and used by United June 5, 1861 Charleston Harbor,

9, 622 00
States.

S.C.
Received net proceds of cotton seized

through Court of Claims.
90 John Perry

Furniture, tobacco, Virginia bank: June 1, 1864 Ashland, Va
notes, &c., destroyed by United

States Army.
91 Thomas Fraser Cotton burned by United States Army Apr. 1, 1865 Selma, Ala.
92 John W. Sharpe
Mules, horses, cattle, and wood taken

1863 Rodney, Miss
and used, and damage to dwelling.

house, &c., by United States Army.
Cotton burned by United States Army.

1865....do
93 Andrew Peacock. Illegal imprisonment by United States. June -, 1861 Nashville, Tenn.... 100, 000 00

Horses, mules, corn, &c., taken by Uni- June 1863 Nashville, Tenn.. 11, 430 00

ted States Army.
Horses taken by United States Ariny.

1864 Louisville, Ky

12,500.00
94 James and Sarah P. Cotton, mules, "horses, &c., taken by May - 1864 Near Alexandria, La
Cumming.

United States.
Buildings, furniture, &c., burned by

Near Alexandria, La
United States Army.

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C.-Schedule of claims presented to the commission by claimants against the respective gorernments, 8c.—Continned.

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110 Chas. Mandor. Flour taken and used by United States July 26, 1862 Near FredericksArmy.

burgh, Va. u Bernard alias Chas. Illegal imprisonment and money taken Mar. — 1863 Louisville, Ky B. Slater.

from him by United States Army, 112 | Andrew Brown Cotton taken and used by United States -1863 Pontotoc, Miss.

Army.
Tobacco, cotton, horse, taken, used, -, 1864 Okalona, Miss.

and destroyed by United States

Army.
113 John B. Harris. Sugar taken by United States Army. Sept. 5, 1863 Vicksburgh, Miss..
114 William Anderson. Illegal imprisonment by United States. 1862, 1863, 1865 Fauquier Co., Va..

Horses, cattle, corn, hay, &c., taken,

nised, and destroyed by United

States Army.
115 James Walford Illegal imprisonment by United States. Sept. – 1862 Nashville, Tenn.
116 Joseph Gribble Corn, bay, pats. mulee, horse, &c., Oct. -, 1864 Moniteau Co., Mo.

taken, used, and destroyed by United

States Army.
Became a naturalized United States

citizen September 19, 1872.
117 John P. Lonnegan. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Apr. 13, 1863 Jackson, Miss.

One mule hogs, cow and calf, bacon, Apr. 13. 1863 Jackson, Miss.

&c., taken and used by United

States,
118 Robert Eakin. Dwelling and out-houses, corn, fodder, Jan. –, 1864 Carroll Co., Miss..

and cotton burned by United States

Army.
119 James M. Beattie 23 bales of cotton burned by United Feb. 27, 1865 Lancaster District,
States Army.

S.C.
62 bales of cotton burned by United Feb. 26, 1865 Lancaster District,
States Army.

S.C.
Loss of salt-works and machinery;

peril of life, &c., by United States

Army.
120 John W. Kennedy .. Horses, hay, tobacco, wine, liguors, June - 1862 Martinsburgh, Va..

&c., taken and used by United

States Army; loss of business, &c.
121 Richard W. Inman. Flour, sugar, tobacco, wine, liqnors, Sept. 13, 1862 Charleston, Va.

&c., taken and used by United
States Army, and destruction of his

business.
122 William Golding. Patterson iron-works, machinery, and

1864 New Orleans, La...
tools taken by United States.
Damage on special contracts.
Damage to general business for eleven
months.

Less $4,200 paid.
123 John Hill
Dwelling-house and saw-mill, Inm-

1862 Baton Rouge, La..
ber, iron, coal, ferry-boat, cattle,
household furniture, 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, Sc.—Continued.

No.

Name of claimant.

Character of claim.

When.

Where.

Amount
claimed.

Total amount

claimed.

Interest
claimed

How disposed of.

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124 John B. Harris... Rent of dwelling house and buildings Aug. 1, 1863 Near Vicksburgh,
used by United States Army,

Miss.
Destruction of orchard by United

States Ariny.
Destruction of fence by United States

Army.
27 bales of cotton seized by United

States Army
125 Martin Kehoe Horses, cows, hogs, corn, flour, &c., Apr. —, 1863 Bealeton, Va.

takon, ilsed, and destroyed by Umted

States Army.
126 Joseph Encas Illegal imprisonment by United States. Dec. 31, 1803 New York City.
127

Thomas Barry, Illegal imprisonment by United States. Mar. 15, 1864 New Orleans, La
(Claimant died, and
case was revived
in the name of Rod.
erick Seal, admin.

istrator.)
128 Charles Black

Sugar and merchandise taken, nised, Dec. 25, 1862 Delbi, La.

and destroyed by United States

Arniy.
129 William Lowe Sugar taken and used by United States July 1864 Jackson, Miss.

Army.
130 Heirs of Ellen Burke Destruction of dwellings, stables, &c., Apr. 20, 1863 New Iberia, La.

corn, horses, &c, taken, ased, and

destroyed by United States Army.
131 Bridget Lavell. Household furniture, &c., taken, need, Dec. 22, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

and destroyed by United States

Army.
132 Michael Grace Tobacco, rice, flour, &c., taken and Dec. 21, 1864 Savannah, Ga

used by t'uited States Army:
133 Elizabeth Bostock Dwelling and out-bonses, fencing. or. Dec. 9, 1864 Chatham Co., Ga..

chard, &c., destroyed by United

States Army.
134 Henry Glover. Horses, beds, blankets. corn. &c., Nov. 19, 1864 Clinton, Ga

taken and uscel by United States
Army, and illegal imprisonment by

United States.
135 Anne O'Hara.

.

Horses, mules, corn, wood, &c., honse. Dec. 20, 1864 Near Savannah, Ga

hold furniture, vegetables, &c., tak.

en and used by United States Army. 136 Thomas McMahon. Horse, cows, hav, groceries, &c., taken Dec. 22, 1864 Savannah, Ga

and used by United States Army.

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