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Amnesty--United StatesConfederate States of America. ArmyDrafteesMemphis (Tenn.)Military dischargePocahontas (Tenn.)Rowland, W. T.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TennesseeTippah County (Miss.)Unionists (United States Civil War)United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Illinois. Cavalry Regiment, 11th (1861-1865?)
ConventionsConventions--Mississippi. Constitutional Convention (1868)Fennell, J. D.Holly Springs (Miss.)Jackson (Miss.)Marshall County (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Roberts, LeviSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SheriffsTax auditingTax collectorsTaxationTaxation--Mississippi
Cincinnati (Ohio)ClemencyFarmersGranville County (N.C.)Hurlbut, Stephen Augustus, 1815-1882Impoverished peopleJohnson, Andrew, 1808-1875Lafayette County (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Nashville (Tenn.)North CarolinaOhioPardonPlanterSecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Tomeney, J. M.Unionists (United States Civil War)United States. CongressUnited States. PresidentWebb, R. C.Webb, William H.
Butler, J. R.Dye, W. T.Firm of Dye & Butler (Miss.)Fletcher, James L.Justices of the peaceMemphis (Tenn.)Panola County (Miss.)Rosborough, W. D.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SheriffsStores, GroceryTax collectorsTax exemptionTaxationTaxation--MississippiTennessee
Letters from E. Pickett, [Sr.], and E. Pickett, Jr., to Mississippi Governor William L. Sharkey; September 13, 1865Brown, A. S.Confederate States of America. ArmyGeorgiaGrenada (Miss.)JudgesMemphis (Tenn.)Pickett, Edward, Jr.Pickett, Edward, Sr.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TennesseeUnited States. Army
Amnesty--United StatesAppointment to officeBattes, JacksonBattes, W. B.Bowden, T.Bowdon, J. W.Casey, JamesChambliss, B. R.Chasteen, JesseeChristian, JamesClark, John R.Confederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)Coun, DavidDeSoto County (Miss.)Dimond, J. A.Embry, ParkerFarmer, J. W.Flewellen's Crossroads (Miss.)Hancock, J. C.Hancock, John A.Hancock, N. A.Harris, HenryHarris, James A.Harris, R. T.Harris, W. T.Harrison, JohnHawkins, EdwardHawkins, W. L.Henderson, J. H. C.Hernando (Miss.)Hoshell, DavidHoshell,E. P.Jannez, N.Jeans, JohnJudgesKanuneen, J.Key, G. R.Martin, FrankMartin, ThomasMcCall, ThomasMemphis (Tenn.)Moore, JamesOliphant, EliPiglet, UnknownPost officesPostmastersPostmasters generalProbate law and practiceRedding, F. S.Rensi, R. D.Richardson, HenryScott, John M.Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Sipsey, A. W.Smith, N. J.Wallace, A. J.
Armstrong, GeorgeChalmers, GeorgeConfederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. CavalryDeSoto County (Miss.)Flinn, W. J.Hall, UnknownHernando (Miss.)Jefferss, UnknownKemper County (Miss.)Looxahoma (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Mississippi. MilitiaMississippi. Militia. Cavalry RegimentNewton (Miss.)Percy, UnknownPinson, UnknownPontotoc (Miss.)Pontotoc County (Miss.)Recruiting and enlistmentRogers, UnknownRuffin, UnknownSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Tean, UnknownThornton, UnknownVance, UnknownWhite, T. M.
Canton (Miss.)De Bow, UnknownDrew, C. C.Greenlaw, UnknownHamblin, John C.Jackson (Miss.)Madison County (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SheriffsTate, UnknownTax AssessorsTaxationTaxation--MississippiTaylor, W.J.TennesseeUnited States. CongressUnited States. General Amnesty Act (1865)United States. PresidentWood, C. W.
ConventionsConventions--Mississippi. Constitutional Convention (1868)Fletcher, James L.Jackson (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Panola County (Miss.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SheriffsTax collectorsTaxationTaxation--Mississippi
Amnesty--United StatesAppointment to officeDisease and illnessImpoverished peopleLand CommissionersMcWillie, William, 1795-1869Memphis (Tenn.)People with disabilitiesSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Temple, James E.TennesseeTennessee. GovernorTradespeopleUnited States. Congress
ChairpersonCollege graduationCollege teachersConventionsConventions--Mississippi. Convention (1851)Fristoe, Edward T.Jackson (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TennesseeUniversities and collegesUniversities and colleges--University of MississippiWatson, Samuel
Cairo (Ill.)ConventionsConventions--Mississippi. Convention (1861)Corinth (Miss.)CrimeCrime--ThreatDeathDisease and illnessExpulsionIllinoisImpoverished peopleJohnson, UnknownJones, James M.Memphis (Tenn.)Nashville (Tenn.)NewspapersNewspapers--Republican (Corinth, Miss.)People with disabilitiesPhysiciansPrintersRobertson, Nathaniel B.SecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873State MarshalTennesseeTishomingo County (Miss.)Unionists (United States Civil War)United States. Army
Amnesty--United StatesClerksCourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsDeSoto County (Miss.)Hancock, John A.Jackson (Miss.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875JudgesMemphis (Tenn.)Mennehall, Thomas T.Political electionsPost officesProbate law and practiceSeward, William H. (William Henry), 1801-1872Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Smith, George H.TennesseeUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Department of StateUnited States. District Court (Tennessee : Western District)United States. General Amnesty Act (1865)United States. President
Carroll County (Miss.)Carrollton (Miss.)ClerksCurtis, William S. P.Hemingway, W.Hough, R.Jackson (Miss.)LawyersMemphis (Tenn.)MerchantsMississippi. Treasury DepartmentPharmacistsProbate courtsSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Stovall & Company (Carrollton, Miss.)Stovall, GeorgeTax collectorsTaxationTennessee
Amnesty--United StatesAppointment to officeBarnard, Frederick A. P. (Frederick Augustus Porter), 1809-1889Confederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)Dashiell, Thomas A.Impoverished peopleMcCulloch, Hugh, 1808-1895Memphis (Tenn.)New York (N.Y.)Public prosecutorsSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Tax collectorsTennesseeUniversities and collegesUniversities and colleges--Columbia College (New York, N.Y.)Universities and colleges--University of MississippiWashington (D.C.)
ChairpersonClergyCollege teachersConfederate States of America. Adjutant and Inspector-General's OfficeConfederate States of America. ArmyFristoe, Edward T.Memphis (Tenn.)Military educationMilitary education--Virginia Military InstituteOxford (Miss.)SecessionSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TeachersTennesseeUniversities and collegesUniversities and colleges--Columbian College (Washington, D. C.)Universities and colleges--University of MississippiUniversities and colleges--University of Missouri (Columbia, Mo.)Universities and colleges--University of VirginiaWashington (D.C.)Watson, M.
Amnesty--United StatesCamp, William F.ChurchesClergyConfederate States of America. ArmyIrwin, William T.Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875Memphis (Tenn.)Military chaplainsPardonPhysiciansResignationSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873SurgeonsTennesseeUnited States. General Amnesty Act (1865)United States. PresidentVicksburg (Miss.)Washington (D.C.)
African AmericansAlabamaBanks, Nathaniel Prentiss, 1816-1894Chase, Salmon P. (Salmon Portland), 1808-1873Coffman, ThomasCovade, JohnCrimeCrime--ArsonFree Soil Party (U.S.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875JudgesKennedy, HughLouisianaMayorsMemphis (Tenn.)Mississippi. Supreme CourtNew Orleans (La.)PhysiciansSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873United States. PresidentVicksburg (Miss.)Washington (D.C.)WatercraftWatercraft--Missouri (Steamboat)Watercraft--Sultana (Steamboat)Wells, James Madison, 1808-1899Yerger, William, 1816-1872
AlabamaCollege teachersDisease and illnessFlorence (Ala.)LouisianaMemphis (Tenn.)Nashville (Tenn.)Rivers, R. H.Selma (Ala.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873TennesseeTexasUniversities and collegesUniversities and colleges--Brinkley Female College (Memphis, Tenn.)Universities and colleges--Centenary College of Louisiana (Shreveport, La.)Universities and colleges--Jackson College (Columbia, Tenn.)Universities and colleges--Nashville Teachers Academy (Nashville, Tenn.)Universities and colleges--Soule University (Chappell Hill, Texas)Universities and colleges--University of North Alabama