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I certify. that I have carefully examined the said G. H. Ash of Captain Herrings' Compnay, and find him incapable of performing the duties of a soldier...

Source: Confederate Soldiers - TX » Page 10

Made 08 Sep 2009

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my brother in law - John C. Luiner who was a soldier in A Company 1st Alabama U.S.U. Cavalry - who was stationed at Lankinsville

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 11

Made 15 May 2007

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I don't now remember about voting for the ratification the ordinance of secation [?- seperation] but if I voted at all I voted against it.

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 9

Made 15 May 2007

Page 9

At the beginning of the rebellion I sympathized with the Union Cause

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 9

Made 15 May 2007

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it was more quiet and where I could support my family or get something for them to subsist upon - as the country where I was living was almost entirely...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 8

Made 15 May 2007

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went by Rail Road to Nashville and by steam boat from then to Shaneetown Ill. I was furnished with Government Transportation from Alabama to Shawneetown...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 7

Made 15 May 2007

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and made to work in the Salt Petre works about 3 miles from my house - I was allowed to take my choice . Either to go into the army or work at the salt...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 6

Made 15 May 2007

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county seat of Jackson county While I resided on my farm my occupation was farming with the exception of about Eight months I was conscripted

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 6

Made 15 May 2007

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consisted of 120 acres of land about sixty acres was cultivated - the remainder wood land and situated about 8 miles west of Billifaute, the

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 6

Made 15 May 2007

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in February 1864 I left my house and moved my family to the State of Illinois where I resided until after the close of the war. My farm

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 6

Made 15 May 2007

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From the first of April 1861 to the spring of 1864 - the 14th day of February - I resided on my farm in Jackson County Alabama.

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 6

Made 15 May 2007

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My name is James M. Bynum my age 40 years. My residance Sanber county in the State of Arkansas. and my occupation a Farmer

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 5

Made 15 May 2007

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Deposition of James M Bynum

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 5

Made 15 May 2007

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cause - two other witness are called. G. D. Proctor was about 16 years of age when the war commenced. never conversed with claimant about the war &...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 41

Made 15 May 2007

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man himself - He says he was forced into the confederate army in 1862 - At that time no conscript law had been passed & the ibkt force that could have...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 41

Made 15 May 2007

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He supposes the rebels took some property from him on that account - He says he sympathises with the Union cause from the beginning to the end & voted...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 41

Made 15 May 2007

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was more quiet & he could support his family, in the county where he was living was entering destitute of subsistence. There is not the slightest [? -...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 41

Made 15 May 2007

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Remarks. The claimant is about 43 years of age & a farmer. He resided in Jackson Co. Ala. until Feb. 1864 when he removed his family to Illinois where...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 41

Made 15 May 2007

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"Bynum Greys"

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 6

Made 14 May 2007

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Corn, M[?], Horses, Oats, M[?], Saddles, Wagon, Loader, Pork, Beef, , [?], [?] and Bacon

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 5

Made 14 May 2007

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