From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Clark Collection. Letter from Captain S. S. Angevine, commander of the post at Grenada, Mississippi, to Sheriff R. T. Portwood of Sunflower County, Mississippi, giving receipt for 12 prisoners subject to duty within the Confederate Army.
From the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Governor Sharkey Collection. Three letters from J. L. Davis, S. S. Angevine, and Mayor R. D. McLean, respectively, all at Grenada, Mississippi, to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey. The first letter, by J. L. Davis, endorses S. S. Angevine for a special license to sell spirituous liquors and encloses Angevine's application for said license. The enclosed second letter, by S. S. Angevine, requests a special license to sell liquor. The attached third letter, by Mayor R. D. McLean of Grenada, certifies that Angevine has filed a petition to obtain a liquor license and that said petition is signed by a majority of the legal voters of Grenada.