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I went for freedom for me & everybody else.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 10

Made 23 Dec 2009

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I served as a fireman on board the Flag of Truce boat for nearly three years from 1862 till the close of the war.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 10

Made 23 Dec 2009

Page 10

The Confederate solders came to my house several times to look for me to impress me into their service, but I always managed to hide myself & escape from...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 10

Made 23 Dec 2009

Page 10

In 1862 I shipped as a fireman on board of the Flag of Truce boat running between Richmond & Norfolk, but my residence was all the time in Norfolk.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 10

Made 23 Dec 2009

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I resided & was in Richmond, my business being that of an oysterman.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 10

Made 23 Dec 2009

Page 10

I am a native of Virginia. I was born a slave & so continued until the Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln during the war of the rebellion.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 10

Made 23 Dec 2009

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I am a native of Virginia, and never resided out of the state, except in North Carolina for two years, some twenty five years ago. I was a slave until set...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 18

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Thereupon the said Arthur Foreman being about the age of 50 years; by occupation a laborer in Gosport Navy Yard and resident of Norfolk County of Norfolk

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 17

Made 23 Dec 2009

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J. H. Remington, counsel

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 17

Made 23 Dec 2009

Page 17

Albert Portlock

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 17

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Benjn F. Bailey

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 17

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Arthur Foreman

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 17

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Capt. Dodge

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 2

Made 23 Dec 2009

Page 2

Albert Portlock

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 2

Made 23 Dec 2009

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B. F. Bailey

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 2

Made 23 Dec 2009

Page 2

Foreman was a slave, engaged in lightering & running a boat in Norfolk Harbor. Was set free in '62 when Union forces came to Norfolk. Not strong enough...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 2

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Arthur Foreman (colored)

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 2

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Norfolk, Virginia

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 1

Made 23 Dec 2009

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Arthur Foreman

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 1

Made 23 Dec 2009

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George Corprew (colored)

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 23

Made 23 Dec 2009

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