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African AmericansBarbersBowers, E. J.Canton (Miss.)Clark, Charles, 1811-1877ClerksColquhom, JConfederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. Mississippi. Cavalry Regiment, Henderson's ScoutsContracting Out--Enslaved LaborCourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsCrimeCrime--ThreatCriminal Procedure--ClemencyCriminal Procedure--ImprisonmentCriminal Procedure--IndictmentsCriminal Procedure--PardonCriminal Procedure--PleadingCriminal Procedure--SentencingDraymenEnslaved peopleEnslaversGarrett, Sarah D.Henderson, SamuelHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansImpoverished peopleLatimer, R. M.Luckett, O. A.Madison County (Miss.)MessengersMilitary Events--RaidMilitary Status--Military familiesOrphansPriestley, WilliamProbate courtsRobinson, John S.Shackleford, C. C.Shelden, A. D.SheriffsTaylor, William J.Tupper, T. C.United States. ArmyWidows
Copy of letter from Lieutenant John W. Critchfield to Lieutenant Colonel R. S. Donaldson; October 14, 1865African AmericansBamberger, E.Canton (Miss.)CommissionersCritchfield, John W.Donaldson, R. S.Historically free and newly freed African AmericansLivingston (Miss.)PoliceSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873United States. Adjutant-General's OfficeUnited States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
Emancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleHeadquarters, MilitaryJackson (Miss.)Johnson, Andrew, 1808-1875Miller, J. WarrenMississippi. Treasury DepartmentOsterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917Pearl River (Miss. and La.)Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873United States. Adjutant-General’s OfficeUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Special Order No. 16
African AmericansCanton (Miss.)CommissionersCritchfield, John W.Donaldson, R. S.Gordon, W. A.Historically free and newly freed African AmericansJackson (Miss.)Mississippi. MilitiaOsterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917Sharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873United States. Adjutant-General’s OfficeUnited States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned LandsUnited States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands--District of Mississippi
African AmericansBishop, John J.ChairpersonChickasaw County (Miss.)Columbus (Miss.)CrimeCrime--RobberyGordon, W. A.Headquarters, MilitaryHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansHubbard, UnknownIngate, F.Jackson (Miss.)Johnson, M. S.Krause, A. J.Lacey, W. S.MemorializationMoriarty, J.Okolona (Miss.)Osterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917PhysiciansPlantationsPlanterSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Shearer, Thomas B.Tucker, UnknownUnited States. Adjutant-General's OfficeUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry Regiment, 108thUnited States. Army. Colored TroopsUnited States. CongressWaller, UnknownWashington (D.C.)Wheakley, ElishaWounds and injuries
African AmericansChoctaw County (Miss.)Confederate States of America. ArmyCrimeCrime--FraudCrime--TheftFranceGreensboro (Miss.)Historically free and newly freed African AmericansMilitary Events--Military electionsMilitary Events--Recruiting and enlistmentMilitary Status--VeteransMississippi. MilitiaPolitical Parties--Whig Party (U.S.)Pollan, William M.SecessionistsSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Union League of AmericaUnionists (United States Civil War)
African AmericansBarnes, L.Batchelor, E. C.Booth, L. L.Boothe, A. E.Brick, Ellen E.Brown, AnnieClark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America--Military Service (Branch Unspecified)Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. Adjutant and Inspector-General's OfficeConfederate States of America. Army. Department of Mississippi and East LouisianaConfederate States of America. Army. Department of Tennesse, Alabama, and MississippiCriminal Procedure--ArrestEllis, P., Jr.Forrest, Nathan Bedford, 1821-1877Gibson, FannieGibson, FrancesGibson, Jane N.Gibson, L. H.Gibson, M. L.Gibson, N. E.Gibson, Thomas J.Hawkins, GeorgeHeadquarters, MilitaryHenderson, H. E.Henderson, W. H.Highlender, S.Hodge, G. B.Hogan, J. L.Hubberd, O.Impoverished peopleKline, T. A.Kline, W. G.Latham, F.Latham, L. A.Meridian (Miss.)Military Events--RaidMilitary Status--Military desertersNailer, John?Powell, M. F.Sayers, J. D.Septon, R. E.Septon, T. D.Taylor, Richard, 1826-1879United States. ArmyWarren County (Miss.)West Point (Miss.)
Alexander, HenryAlexander, Josiah H.Alford, M.Alford, S. H.Allen, H. A.ArkansasArrington, F. J.Avana, C. L.Beasin, W. R.Bird, J. G.Bishop, P. L.Boyer, L. M.Brandon, F. B.Brandon, JohnBridgers, D. B.Broach, W. P.Brooch, W. G.Brooke, M.Brown, B. M.Brown, J. W.Brown, RobertBunyard, N. M.Burnsville (Miss.)Burris, RobertBurwell, A. S.ChristiansChristians--PresbyteriansChurchesClark, Charles, 1811-1877Clay, L. J.Clay, Thomas J.ClergyClerksCole Jr., N. L.Cole, GuyCole, JuliaCollins, J. B.CourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsCriminal Procedure--ConvictedCriminal Procedure--ImprisonmentCriminal Procedure--PardonCriminal Procedure--SentencingCulpepper, G. O.Curtis, S. W.Darden, R.Day, W. C.Dean, A. P.Dearmon, JohnDeason, F. G.Dial, JohnDonald, M.Edgar, E. J.Enslaved peopleEthridge, F. M. E.Ethridge, JohnFay, F.Ford, D. W.Ford, L. E.Gardner, IsaiahGeakon, M. A.Gerrell, R. P.Gibbs?, UnknownGilcrease, JohnGobbens, C. G.Goodman, B. L.Gordon, CharlesGrand juryGratson?, ThomasGreel, WestlyHall, J. M.Hampton, D. O.Hancock, J. B.Hannick, J. J.Hardson, MHayden, JohnHays, D. C.Haywood?, WillsHealbalt, L. G.Henderson, C. N.Henderson, E.Henderson, GyreeHiggins, P. H.Hill, A. L.Hunter, EdwardHussey, S. E.James, M. A.James, W.Johnson, Luther E.Jones, AaronJones, BurwellJones, J. B.Jones, WilliamJudgesJuryKelly, DuncanKissard?, D. C.Knight, H.Lacy, C. W.Larson?, J. A.Lauderdale County (Miss.)Laum, J.Lawless?, JohnLee, MatthewLehman, J.Levebruan, R.Loslow, J. D.Lowe, UnknownLowenstein, A.Lowenstein, J.Macon, J. W.Madison, JamesMaggard, D.Mallard, E. A.Malone, M.Marly Jr., L. M.Martin Jr., W. B.Mason, W. J.Matthews, C. W.Mayfield, N. L.McElroy, John D WMcKill, D. L.Meador, B. D.Military Events--Military dischargeMiller, R. W.Mississippi. LegislatureMississippi. Legislature. SenateMississippi. State Penitentiary (Jackson, Miss.)Moon, JamesMoore, WilsonNewton County (Miss.)Newton, JordanOtt, D. N.Ott, RichardPage, E. C.Page, J. B.Page, M. A.Parham, J. M.Parker, R. N.Parnham, James S.Parry?, R. R.Patton, William S.Peerson?, J. A. W.Peise, D. W.People with disabilitiesPhilips?, RobertPhillips, James W.Pickard, A. A.Pigford, G. F.Pigford, H. D.Prewitt, E. LProbate courtsProbate law and practiceRagsdale, UnknownRayne, JudeReeves, B. B.Rosenbaum, D.Ross, J. W.Sanderford, GraySealtzer?, W. B.Selling--AlcoholSharbridge, J. M.SheriffsSigford, A. S.Sigford, J. T.Sinnin, JohnSirus, J. W.Sloaw, AmeliaSmith, JohnSmith, UnknownStroud, George S.Switzer, M. B.Syars, W. W.Taylor, J. W.Thompson?, J. P.Thurgood, A.Tillman, G.Torrans, J. R.Unknown, ColeUnknown, F. L.Unknown, JamesUnknown, T. W.Unknown, WrightWalkins, C. C.Wallace, D. G.Wallace, S.Wallace?, W.?Warden, W. W.Watston?, S. M.?Welch, M. H.Welch, WalterWhite, C.White, N. V. H.Williams, EliWilliams, ElyWilliams, S. S.Willis, C. C.Wilson, J. J.Winsted, S. V.Womac?, JesseYarbrough, R. A.
African AmericansClark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyCotton gins and ginningCrimeCrime--TheftCriminal Procedure--ArrestCriminal Status--Imprisoned peopleDisease and illnessGillum, UnknownGrenada (Miss.)JailsJohnson, JohnMcNutt, Alexander G. (Alexander Gallatin), 1802-1848Military Events--Military leaves and furloughsMilitary Status--Military desertersMillsPortwood, R. T.Prison GuardSheriffsSunflower County (Miss.)Under ReviewWaites, Eli
Incomplete letter from Captain A. Q. Withers to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; October 28, 1864African AmericansAppointment to officeCharleston (S.C.)Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. CongressConfederate States of America. PresidentCotton gins and ginningCrimeCrime--ArsonCrime--Destruction of propertyCrime--TheftDavis, Jefferson, 1808-1889DeSoto County (Miss.)Emancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansHolly Springs (Miss.)Hurst, FieldingImpoverished peopleLaw OfficesLaw Offices--Gates and Woods (Miss.)Macon (Miss.)Marshall County (Miss.)Memphis (Tenn.)Military Districts--1st (Miss.)Military Events--RaidMilitary Events--Recruiting and enlistmentMilitary Status--Military desertersMilitary Status--Military familiesMilitary training campsMississippi. MilitiaMississippi. Militia. Reserves--Withers' CompanyPlantationsRailroadRailroad--Memphis and Charleston Railroad CompanySeddon, James A. (James Alexander), 1815-1880Tippah County (Miss.)United States. ArmyWithers, A. Q.
Barton, J. G.Boone, B. B.Boshers, ThomasCarmack, E. W.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877ClerksCorinth (Miss.)CourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsCrimeCrime--RobberyCurlee John M.Disease and illnessEmancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleGaines, JamesGuerrilla warfareHill, R. A.Impoverished peopleJudgesMilitary Events--InvasionsMilitary Events--Military occupationMilitary Status--Military desertersMilitary Status--Military familiesMiller, PubbieMississippi. MilitiaProbate courtsRailroadRailroad--Mobile and Ohio Railroad CompanyRives, Berry C.SheriffsTaylor, C. A.Tishomingo County (Miss.)TreasurersUnited States. ArmyWilliam, C. W.
Hammond, PhilRisdon, O. C.United States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Heavy Artillery Regiment, 5thUnited States. Army. Colored Heavy Artillery Regiment, 5th. Company EUnited States. War DepartmentUnited States. War Department. Subsistence Department
African AmericansBrown, I. T.Burwell, Charles B.CrimeCrime--Assault and batteryCrime--LarcenyCrime--RobberyCrime--TheftCrime--ThreatCriminal Status--Imprisoned peopleEster, William J.Everson, T. HoratioGordon, W. A.Headquarters, MilitaryHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansHulburts, UnknownHumphreys, Benjamin G. (Benjamin Grubb), 1865-1923Jackson (Miss.)LeMessage, AllenLeMessage, IsaacMeridian (Miss.)Osterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917Provost MarshalsSharkey, William Lewis, 1798-1873Stokes, RobertStokes, William W.Stores, RetailTrialUnited States. Adjutant-General’s OfficeWatkins, Unknown
African AmericansAppointment to officeClark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. Department of the WestEnslaved peopleFayette (Miss.)Gholson, Samuel Jameson, 1808-1883Hicks, UnknownHood, UnknownJohnson, UnknownJudgesMississippi. Executive DepartmentMontgomerty, P. K.Pemberton, LovellPolitical Parties--Democratic Party (U.S.)Political electionsUnder ReviewUnited States. Army
African AmericansClark, Charles, 1811-1877JudgesOsterhaus, Peter, 1823-1917Smedes, A. K.Smith, UnknownUnited States. ArmyUnited States. Army. Colored Infantry RegimentUnited States. ConstitutionUnited States. Constitution. 3rd AmendmentYerger, William, 1816-1872
Affidavit and appeal from Lucinda Cantrill and Mary Jane Smyth to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; March 13, 1865African AmericansBlack, DavieBrown, Stephen A.Cantrill, LucindaClark, Charles, 1811-1877Columbus (Miss.)Confederate States of America. ArmyConfederate States of America. Army. Mississippi. Infantry Regiment, 33rd (Hurst's)CrimeCrime--BurglaryCrime--LarcenyCrime--Rape and Sexual AssaultCriminal Procedure--ConvictedCriminal Procedure--ImprisonmentCriminal Procedure--PardonCriminal Procedure--ReleaseCriminal Procedure--Writ of Habeas CorpusCriminal Status--Imprisoned peopleEnslaved peopleGreene County (Miss.)Impoverished peopleJailsJustices of the peaceLawyersLewis, UnknownLowndes County (Miss.)MarriageMilitary Events--Military leaves and furloughsMilitary Status--Military familiesPrisonsProbate courtsPublic prosecutorsSheriffsSmith, Mary JaneSpikes, LucindaSpikes, TyraTrialWidowsWilliams, James
AlabamaAppointment to officeAugusta (Ga.)Bliss, UnknownChristiansChristians--PresbyteriansChurchesClark, Charles, 1811-1877Clayton, George R.ClergyColumbia (S.C.)Columbus (Miss.)CommissionersEmancipation and self emancipationEnslaved peopleEnslaversField, UnknownGeorgiaHistorically free and newly freed African AmericansJackson (Miss.)JudgesLawyersLucket, UnknownLyon, James A.Mississippi. LegislaturePhysiciansPolitical electionsPoliticiansSchoolsSouth CarolinaUnder ReviewWalker, G. J. S.
African AmericansBodford, ElishaChandler, G. C.Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Contracting Out--Enslaved LaborCourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsCriminal Procedure--ClemencyCriminal Procedure--ConvictedEnslaved peopleEnslaversEnterprise (Miss.)Historically free and newly freed African AmericansImpoverished peopleLauderdale County (Miss.)LawyersMilitary Status--Military familiesTrialUnknown, Ike
African AmericansAlabamaBrandon (Miss.)Carollton (Miss.)Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Commercial agentsCommissionersCoopersDistillationDistilleriesDistillersDrugstoresEnslaved peopleHeggie, UnknownLenoir, UnknownMacon (Miss.)Mississippi. Treasury DepartmentNoxubee County (Miss.)Philips, UnknownPoindexter, J. T.Strong, UnknownStrong, W. A.TeamstersTurley, UnknownUnder ReviewUnknown, AlbertUnknown, MaryUnknown, MaseVaiden (Miss.)
African AmericansBrandon, William Lindsay, 1801-1890CarpentersClark, Charles, 1811-1877Criminal Procedure--ArrestDana, UnknownEngineersEnslaved peopleGardenersHospitalsHospitals--EmployeesHull, T. W.Kells, RobertKelly, William H.Mental illnessMississippi. State HospitalSproules, D. Eshelman JohnsonSuperintendentsVicksburg (Miss.)Young, Charles
Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Conscript officersDana, UnknownGardner, Franklin, 1823-1873HospitalsHospitals--EmployeesJackson (Miss.)Kells, RobertLee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870Military Events--Military service exemptionMilitary Status--DrafteesMississippi. State HospitalTaylor, Richard, 1826-1879Vicksburg (Miss.)
African AmericansCanton (Miss.)Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyCourtsCourts--Circuit CourtsCriminal Procedure--ArrestCriminal Procedure--ClemencyCriminal Procedure--ImprisonmentCriminal Procedure--IndictmentsCriminal Procedure--PleadingEnslaved peopleGarrett, Sarah D.Historically free and newly freed African AmericansHudson, Robert S.JudgesJudicial DistrictsJudicial Districts--5th (Miss.)Madison County (Miss.)Military Status--Military familiesUnited States. Army
AlabamaBolivar County (Miss.)Bon Secour Salt Works (Ala.)Clark, Charles, 1811-1877Confederate States of America. ArmyCrimeCrime--Destruction of propertyEnslaved peopleFortsHausar, UnknownImpressmentImpressment--Enslaved peopleMilitary EngagementsMilitary Engagements--Bon Secour, Destruction of, Ala., 1864Military Events--Capitulations, MilitaryMississippi. State Salt WorksMobile (Ala.)Montgomery (Ala.)Sunflower County (Miss.)Unknown, PhillipVaiden (Miss.)Vaiden, C. M.Washington County (Miss.)
African AmericansCair, AbeClark, Charles, 1811-1877Collier, J. H.Easterling, W. K.Enslaved peopleHarper, James C.ImpressmentImpressment--Enslaved peopleMacon (Miss.)Meridian (Miss.)Military Events--Military service exemptionMississippi. MilitiaMississippi. Militia. Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (Easterling's)Mississippi. Militia. Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (Easterling's). Company AMississippi. Militia. Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (Easterling's). Company DRailroadRailroad--Southern Railway (U.S.)Rankin County (Miss.)Reading, C. A.Smith County (Miss.)Speer, A.Superintendents
Appointment to officeArmstrong, RobertBennett, ThomasByrd, RichardCarpentersClark, Charles, 1811-1877Clark, P.Collecting of accountsConfederate States of America. Bureau of ConscriptionConscript officersConway, JohnDeathDisease and illnessDuncan, JamesEngineersEnslaved peopleEshelman, DanielGardenersGrenada (Miss.)Hale, T. M.Hobbs, H.HospitalsHospitals--EmployeesInspectorsJackson (Miss.)Kells, RobertKells, William H.Mental illnessMilitary Events--Military dischargeMilitary Events--Military service exemptionMississippi. LegislatureMississippi. Military DepartmentMississippi. State Lunatic AsylumOlsen, GeorgePhysiciansSecretariesSmith, JohnSproles, JohnsonStewardsSuperintendentsSupervisorsTreasurersUnder Review--LawsUnited States. ArmyVicksburg (Miss.)WatchmanYoung, Charles