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

No.

149 Wm. P. Henry Four mules, cow and calf, fencing, &c., May - 1863 Vicksburgh, Miss

taken and used by Únited States

Army.

Illegal imprisonment by United States.
150 Daniel G. Neames Wine, whisky, furniture, fowls, &c., July 29, 1862 Parish of Ascension,
taken, useil, and destroyed by United

La.
States Army.
Sugar, molasses, &c., seized by United Dec. 1, 1862

States Army:
One horse taken by United States

Army.

Illegal imprisonment by United States
151 A. Kernahan... Money, tobacco, and brandy, seized by

1862 New Orleans, La...
United States Army.
152 Thomas Ryan Abduction of son

-, 1861 Charleston, Va.
Illegal imprisonment by United States.
153 Charles Daly Dwelling-honse destroyed by United July —, 1365 Paducah, Ky.

States Army.
Furniture, clothing, &c., taken by July

United States Army.
Damage by loss of house by United

States Army.
154 Joseph W. Roach Brigantine Madeira run into and sunk

1863
by United States steamer Clyde.
155 Anna C. Grougan, Goods taken, used, and destroyed by Apr. 17, 1864 Maries County, Mo

executrix of Pat’k United States Army.

R. Grougan.
156 John H. Smith. Illegal imprisonment, and borse taken Aug. -, 1862 Bowling Green, Ky

by United States Army.
157 William S. Millar Loss on cotton seized by United States. Sept. 25, 1864 New Orleans, La
158 Ann Hayes, wife of Dwelling-house and furniture de- July 13, 1863 Vicksburgh, Miss

a United States stroyed by United States Army.

citizen.
159 Edward J. Bennett, Illegalimprisonment by United States; Aug. 18, 1864 New York City
alias Arto Croger. money, clothing, &c., taken from him

by United States.
160 Alice and Ellen Cotton, horses, mules, cattle, &c.,

1863 Parish of St. Landry.
Duffy.

taken and used by United States

Army. 161 Charles Green Cotton seized and sold by United Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga.

States. Claim pending in Court of Claims.

Dismissed for want of juris

diction and without prejudice, Dec. 5, 1872. 6, 619 00

Gold...

Award for $173 April 2, 1873.

162

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Godfrey Barnesley.. Horses, cattle, hay, corn, potatoes, May 17, 1863 | Bartow County, Ga.

poultry, furniture, &c., taken, used, and destroyed, by United States

Army.
163 Henry S. Jacobs Furniture and library burned by Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, S.C.

United States Army.
164 Percy M. Quillen. Illegal imprisonment by United States. July 1, 1861 Washington, D.C.
165 Elizabeth S. Thoms, Use of house, use of and damage to Jan. -, 1864 New Orleans.

administratrix of furniture and household goods by
David Thoms. United States Army.

Illegal imprisonment by United States 166

Richard Henry, For loss of wages and expenses in. Jan. 5, 1863 Off' coast St. Thomas. otherwise Richard curred by seizure of brig Dolphin istice.

by United States steamer Wachu-
setts, and loss of clothing, nautical

instruments, &c.
167 Nehemiah K. Cle- Seizure and detention of cargo of Isa- June 19, 1863 Near Halifax, N.S
ments.

bella Thompson by United States

steamer United States. 168 James McDaniel... Seizure and detention of brigantine June 19, 1863 Near Halifax, N.S

Isabella Thompson by United States

steamer United States.
196 William Hansberry Mules, clothing, &c., taken and used May 14, 1863 Jackson, Miss.

by United States Army.
170 David J. Browne... 19 mules and 1 horse taken by United July - 1864 Jackson, Miss.

States Army.
171 John Pierson.

Tan-bark burned by United States July —, 1864 Near Atlanta, Ga

Army.
172 Charles Mayhew Lot of tools destroyed by United States After Apr. 9, Guilford County, N. C
Army, and loss in business.

1865.
173 John McCann

Illegal imprisonment by United States. Sept, 20, 1863 Luzerne County, Pa.
174 William J. Burton Dwelling-house, fence, and furniture, Sept. — 1863 Iuka, Miss

destroyed by United States Army.
175 Elizabeth Knowles.. Cotton seized by United States Army Apr. 4, 1865 Charleston, S. C.
176 Oliver C. Hayward. Ilegal imprisonment by United States, Feb. 22, 1862 Fort Yuma, Cal

and horse, &c., taken by United States

Army.
177 John Medcalf

Cotton seized and sold by United States Nov. – , 1863 Giles County, Tenn
178 Robert M. Carson Seizure of brig Ariel and cargo, cap-

18til Off Wilmington, N.
tured by United States steamer
Gemsbok, and sold by United States.

No appeal to Supreme Court.
179 Conway Bell Cotton, warehouse, &c., burned by Feb. 25, 1865 Camden, S.C.

United States Army.
180 Jane L. Brand, Illegal imprisonment and expulsion

1862 New Orleans, La.
widow of

by United States; furniture and
United States citi. clothing used and destroyed by

United States Army. 181 Samuel Patton One horse, cattle, poultry, furniture, Sept. 11, 1864 Fish River, Ala

&c., taken, used, and destroyed by United States Army.

2, 940 00
5, 000 00
2,000 00
4, 560 00

Gold

Disallowed Dec. 16, 1872.

3, 322 40 1, 800 00

And interest Dismissed for want of juris

diction Oct. 3, 1872.
Award for $3,000 Mar. 26, 1873.

Award for $300 Feb. 11, 1873.
And interest Award for $2, 612 Aug. 4, 1873.

Award for $1,000 June 30, 1872.

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Award for $12,903 Apr.10, 1873.
Disallowed Nov. 18, 1872.

£400

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And interest Disallowed Sept. 16, 1873.

Dismissed withont prejudice

to the prosecution of the
claim elsewhere, June 20,

1873.
Award for $187 March 31,1873.

zen.

1,409 00

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

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182 James Marchec. Vegetables, fruits, hay, one horse, &c., 1861,1862,1863, Alexandria County,

taken and used by United States 1864, and 1865,

Army. 183 Norton Marshall, ex- Flour taken and used by United May —, 1862 Fredericksburgh, Va

ecutor of James States Army.

Gemmill.
184 Martha M. Tooraen, Dwelling and out-houses, furniture, 1862,1863 and Parish of West Fe- $22,000 00
widow
of clothing, and stock of goods, ware- 1864.

liciana, La.
United States citi- house and fixtures burned by United

States Navy.
Horses, cows, and coal taken, used,

712 50
and destroyed by United States

Army.
Carriage-factory and blacksmith-

4,500 00
shop, destroyed by United States

Army.
185 Joseph Welch Corn, horses, fodder, bacon, molasses, Apr. —, 1864 Natchitoches, La

cattle, sheep, hogs &c., taken and

used by United States Army. 186 Eliza J.Jay, admin- Lumber taken and used by United Nov. -, 1862 Parish of Saint Tam

istratrix of James States Army.

Jay.
187 James Orr et al Hogs, sheep, horses, mules, poultry, Apr. —, 1862 Maury County, Tenn.

4,053 75
corn, hay, cedar rails, &c., taken and

destroyed by United States Army.
Occupation of land, damage to dwell-

1, 831 50
ing and out-houses, &c.,

by United

States Army. 188 Eliza Knighton Furniture, &c., burned by United Feb. -, 1865 Blackville, S. C....

States Army. 189 Thomas Leach Horses, mules, cattle, sheep, poultry,

1865 Christ Church 11, 657 901 bacon, corn, rice, furniture, &c.,

Parish, S.C.
taken, used, and destroyed by United

States Army.
Loss of crops on farm, two and a half

5,000 00
years.
190 Charles D. Bateman. Furniture, books, and provisions Feb. 17, 1865 Columbia, SC

burned by United States Army.
191 Thomas S. Maben, Cotton, cattle, hogs, 1 mule taken and 1862, 1863, & Parish of Carroll, La. 9, 599 00
administrator
of used by United States Army.

1864.
Stephen McLean. Dwelling-house, furniture, clothing,

7,884 00 &c., burned by United States Army. 192 Thomas Riley. Illegal imprisonment by United States. Nov. 7, 1863 Scranton, Pa.. 193

William Keith Cotton burned by United States Army. July 22, 1864 Covington, Ga

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673 00

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2, 969 00

1, 200 00

4, 669 00

Disallowed April 2, 1873.

500 00

121, 054 68

Disallowed June 12, 1873.

37, 500 00

1, 326 00

70, 709 00

Award for $2,310 Apr. 16, 1873.

1, 883 00

30, 000 00 9, 641 25

19, 641 25 And 8 per ct. Disallowed March 6, 1873.

interest.

}10,000 00

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2, 100 00

- 1864

194 William G. Smith .. Photographic building, fixtures, &c., Nov. 25, 1862 County of Philadel. used and destroyed by Uuited States

phia, Pa. Army.

Loss and damage to his business 195 John Murta.

Illegal imprisonment by the United Nov. 15, 1863 Luzerne County, Pa.

States.
196 William Cogan Illegal imprisonment by United States Feb. 26, 1862 Alexandria, Va
197 Edward McCabe Illegal imprisoument by United States. -, 1863 Brooklyn, N. Y.
198 Mary S. Hill Illegal imprisonment by United States.

New Orleans, La..
199 Amos Bigland. Illegal seizure of Tubal Cain by United April 8, 1863 New York City

States. 200 John K. Byrno..

Furniture, &c., burned by United June —, 1862 Korry County, S.C.

States Army.
201 John L. Lewis Rosin-still seized by United States. Mar. 9, 1865 Charleston, S. C.
202 Janet M. McClure For timber cut and used by United 1861 and 1862 Fairfax County, Va.

States Army.
203 Thomas H. Facer Furniture, &c., taken and destroyed,

1864 Charlotte County, Va
and illegal arrest by United States

Army.
204 Edw'd H. M. Purcell. Wood, corn, rope, bagging, and twine 1863 and 1865 Rodney, Miss

taken and used by United States

Army.
205 James B. Halley, ad. Cotton, corn, bacon, &c., taken and Aug. 6, 1862 Itawamba County,
ministrator of Jas. used by United States Army.

Miss.
Pollock.

Cotton taken and used by United Jan. –, 1863

States Army.
Cotton taken and used by United Jan. –, 1864

States Army.
206 Thomas Byrne Sugar and molasses taken and sold by Jan. -, 1862 Terrebonne Parish,
United States.

La.
207 Isaac Milner, claim- | Cotton burned by United States Army. June 19, 1863 Tishemingo County,
ant, died, and case

Miss.
was revived in the One horse, wheat, bacon, corn, beef, Nov. 17, 1864 Lauderdale County,
name of Joana R. &c., taken and used by United States

Ala.
Milner, adminis- Army.
tratrix.

One mare. 1 jack, poultry, rails, &c., Nov. 17, 1864 Lauderdale County,
taken and used by United States

Ala.
Army.

Illegal imprisonment by United States. April—, 1864 Maury County, Tenn.
208 James McVea. Sugar, tobacco, horse,' &c., takeu by Mar. 18, 1863 | Parish of West Ba-
United States Army.

ton Rouge, La.
Illegal imprisonment by United States. Feb. 1, 186+ Parish of West Ba-
Illegal imprisonment by United States. Sept.

ton Rouge, La.
209 Jane Bull.
Illegal imprisonment by United States

1262 New Orleans, La 210 John N. Wilson. Money, finiture, &c., taken, used, Sept. 29, 1864 Sullivan Station, Mo.

and destroyed by United States

Army:
211 Thomas Grant. Loss of time and business.

1864 and 1865 | Petersburgh, Va
Tobacco burned by United States

Maysville, s. c.
Army.
Tobacco captured by United States

At sea yessels.

-, 1864

7, 000 00
1, 440 00

1,587 50

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

No.

Name of claimant.

Character of claim.

When.

Where.

Amount
claimed.

Total amount

claimed.

Interest
claimed.

How disposed of.

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212 John C. Ferris, ad. School.furniture, books, fences, house, 1862 and 1863 Athens, Ala.

minist'r of Jolin &c., taken, 11801, and destroyed, and Donohue Smith. loss of business, by Uuited States

Army.
213 Levi Phillips. Stock of goods, fur:itura, &c., taken, Feb. 17, 1863, Memphis, Tenn

used, and destroyed, al damage to and 1864.
business and goods, by United States

Army.
214 Eugen's Harvey et al. Molasses on schooner Pavifique, cap. Mar. 27, 1863 Off Florida coast..

tured by United States steamer
Stars and Stripes. No appeal to

Supreme Court.
Nazaire Lemieux Schooner Pacifique,captured by United Mar. 27, 1863 Off coast of Florida..

States Steamer Stars and Stripes.

No appeal to Supreme Court. 216 Benj. Whitworth et al Ship Boyne, warned off the whole May 11, 1861 Off Savannah, Ga.

southern coast by United States

steamship Niagara.
217 Samuel Simpson Illegal imprisonment by United States. Dec. 1, 1864 New Orleans, La. $35, 873 97

Cotton burned by United States Army. Mar. 15, 1864 Alexandria, La.. 44, 304 77
218 Wilhelmina Birdsell. Mules, sugar, and furniture used and July 8, 1853 Jackson, Miss..

5, 000 00 destroyed by United States Army. Boots, slides, dry.goods, &c., used and Apr. —, 1865 Selma, Ala

15, 000 00 destroyed by United States Army. Damage for loss of business, health, &c.

11, 505 00 219 Joseph Lee

Cotton seized and destroyed by United Aug. –, 1862 Cherokee, Ala

States Army.
220 William Cleary. Hay, corn, oats, mules, cows, hogs, Dec. 24, 1864 Savannah, Ga

15, 038 50
poultry, furniture, &c taken and
used by United States Army.
Injury to person by a United States

1865

5, 000 00
soldier.
221 Rosanna Hogan.... Two horses, 1 mule, 1 cow, 3 hogs, poul. | Apr. 8, 1865 Macon, Ga

try, &c., taken and used by United

States Army. 222 Bridget Reardon... Rice, four, tobacco, sugar, United Dec. 22, 1864 Savannah, Ga

States currency, &c., taken and used

by United States Army. 223 John D. Noble

Lead mine and fixtures, store-house, 1861, 1862, & Newton County, Mo.

stock of goods, &c. ; illegal impris. 1863. ominent, loss of business, &c., caused

by United States Army. 224 John Carew

Tobacco seized and used by United Apr. 3, 1865 Fredericksburgh, Va. 42, 150 50

States Army.
Megal imprisonment by United States Apr. 3, 1865 | Fredericksburgh, Va. 20, 000 00

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