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tion, La.

Sailing and flat boat burned by United Oct. 27, 1862 Parish of Assump-
States Army.

Parish of Assump-
tion, La.

2 horses taken by United States Army.
Rum destroyed by United States Army
Cotton taken and sold by United States
Loss of crop on plantation, &c

James K. Hughes... Flour, sugar, bacon, molasses, tobacco,
wearing apparel, &c., taken and used
by United States Army.
Cotton seized and sold by United States.
Claim pending in Court of Claims.

69 Mary C. Cleveland

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Name of claimant.

78

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

Amount
claimed.

Total amount
claimed.

Pierre Dansereau...

Harriet A. Mills

Martha A. Rayne,
administratrix of
Robert Parker
Rayne.
William Moore

John Manwaring

John Gaughen...
Aaron Newberry

Character of claim.

When.

Illegal arrest by United States..
Railway stock

Woolen factory, stock, and fixtures de-
stroyed by the United States Army.
Corn, hay, cattle, bacon, &c., taken and
used by United States Army.
Cotton seized by United States Army;
part of claim on Court of Claims
docket.

April and
May, 1863.
April and
May, 1863.
May 14, 1863

Aug.

Where.

-, 1864 Clinton, La.

Sept. 2, 1863

- 1862
July, 1862
1862,
1863,
and 1864.
May 2, 1863

Parish of Assump-
tion, La.
Parish of Assump-

tion, La.

Cotton seized and sold by United States. Aug., 1864 Clinton, La..
Claim pending in Court of Claims.

Parish of Assump-
tion, La.
Jackson, Miss.

May 2, 1863
Oct. 10, 1863

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Furniture, clothing, and provisions July 11, 1863 Jackson, Miss taken and used by United States Army.

Starch, 1 horse, bacon, &c., taken, July 6, 1864 Roswell, Ga
used, and destroyed by United States

Army, and damage to and suspen-
sion of business.

Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Destruction of dwelling and out-
houses, fences, and orchards, and the
taking and using cows, hogs, hay,
&c., by United States Army.

Westminster. Md... Near Chattanooga, Tenn.

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Dismissed for want of jurisdic-
tion, without prejudice to
the prosecution of the claim
elsewhere, January 20, 1873.
And interest Dismissed for want of jurisdic-
tion, without prejudice to
the prosecutio of the claim
elsewhere, January 20, 1873.
Award for $775 Nov. 14, 1872.
Disallowed February 6, 1872.

Disallowed December 4, 1872.

And interest Court of Claims case with-
drawn November 30, 1872,
and rest of claim disallowed
August 14, 1873.

Award for $240 February 19,
1873.

Award for $979 June 12, 1873.

Award for $320 July 25, 1873. Award for $332 January 17, 1873.

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Andrew L. Johnston.

Wm. Patrick..

Abram B. Seelye..
Samuel Brook..

100

Lizzie Hayes and
Sallie Bonn.
101 Isaac D. Parkinson.

99

102

103

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

Total amount
claimed.

Name of claimant.

108

Thos. M. Stewart

109

Wm. B. McClure...

104 Joseph J. Bevitt 105 Alexander Nicol.... Ebenezer Baines....

106

Hugh O'Donnell

Character of claim.

Chas. M. Smith. (Same case as 212.)

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When.

Wood & Heyworth.. 220 bales of cotton burned by United

Feb. 17, 1865

States Army.
895 bales of cotton burned by United | Feb. 25, 1865
States Army.
250 bales of cotton burned by United
States Army.
Loss on cotton seized by United States.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Store sacked and goods destroyed by
United States Army.
Occupation of house and lots and dam-
age to coal-boats by United States
Army.
107 Samuel H. Haddon.. Cotton burned by United States Army Nov., 1864 Scriven County, Ga..
Cotton seized by United States Army,
Savannah, Ga...
and claim on docket of C't of Claims.
Sugar and molasses destroyed by Uni-
ted States Army.

Sugar destroyed by the United States
Army.
School broken up; books, maps, &c.,
destroyed; horse, &c., taken by Uni-
ted States Army.

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Where.

1861, 1862, & Fairfax County, Va 1863.

Mar. 17, 1865
After April
9, 1865.
Apr. 27, 1863
Dec. 14, 1862

1861 and 1862

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1863 Parish of Avoyelles, La. 1863 Warren County, Miss Athens, Ala.. 1862 and 1863

Amount claimed.

$1,500 00 1,200 00

260 00

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115 James Walford.
116 Joseph Gribble

119

Chas. Mander.

Bernard alias Chas.
B. Slater.
Andrew Brown

John B. Harris
William Anderson.

118 Robert Eakin.

121

122

Sugar taken by United States Army. Sept. 5, 1863
Illegal imprisonment by United States. 1862, 1863, 1865
Horses, cattle, corn, hay, &c., taken,
used, and destroyed by United
States Army.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
Corn, hay, oats mules, horse, &c.,
taken, used, and destroyed by United
States Army.
Became a naturalized United States
citizen September 19, 1872.

John P. Lonnegan.. Illegal imprisonment by United States.
One mule. hogs, cow and calf, bacon,
&c., taken and used by United
States.
Dwelling and out-houses, corn, fodder, Jan. -, 1864 Carroll Co., Miss..
and cotton burned by United States
Army.

23 bales of cotton burned by United
States Army.
62 bales of cotton burned by United
States Army.

James M. Beattie

Mar. 1863

Flour taken and used by United States July 26, 1862
Army.
Illegal imprisonment and money taken
from him by United States Army.
Cotton taken and used by United States
Army.

Tobacco, cotton, horse, taken, used,
and destroyed by United States
Army.

William Golding...

123 John Hill

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Loss of salt-works and machinery;
peril of life, &c., by United States
Army.

120 John W. Kennedy.

Horses, hay, tobacco, wine, liquors, June - 1862 Martinsburgh, Va..
&c., taken and used by United
States Army; loss of business, &c.

Richard W. Inman.. Flour, sugar, tobacco, wine, liquors, Sept. 13, 1862 Charleston, Va.

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

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124 John B. Harris.

128

135

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

Total amount
claimed.

132 Michael Grace

133 Elizabeth Bostock

134 Henry Glover..

129

131 Bridget Lavell.

William Lowe
Sugar taken and used by United States
Army.
130 Heirs of Ellen Burke Destruction of dwellings, stables, &c.,
corn, horses, &c., taken, used, and
destroyed by United States Army.
Household furniture, &c., taken, used, Dec. 22, 1864 Savannah, Ga.
and destroyed by United States
Army.
Tobacco, rice, flour, &c., taken and
used by United States Army.
Dwelling and out-houses, fencing, or-
chard, &c., destroyed by United
States Army.

Horses, beds, blankets, corn, &c., Nov. 19, 1864 Clinton, Ga.
taken and used by United States

Army, and illegal imprisonment by

United States.

hold furniture, vegetables, &c., taken and used by United States Army. Thomas McMahon.. Horse, cows, hay, groceries, &c., taken and used by United States Army.

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