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List No 5

Bureau R. F. and A. L.
Office 394 N Capital St.
Wash. March 28th 1868

Genl. Chas. H. Howard
Asst. Commr. D.C.

General

I have the honor to report the following named dependent freedpeople who have applied to this Office for assistance, to-day. being person's well known at this Office, to be extremely destitute.

No 1 - Jacob McGuire has a family of six he has only one arm, and his wife is now confined to her bed by sickness, and in want of food, he resides on 5th st. betw. A and B North.

[[strikethrough]] No 2 [[/strikethrough]] Caroline See, residing near Rear N. J. Av. and 1st street. Has a sick husband and a family of two children, She comes, recommended as - dependent and destitute (by Sanitary Officer Fairchild, who is very reliable) and in want of wood and food. Barracks

No. 3 George Prater, between 2nd and 3rd and N.J. Av. at a and B sts. 70 years of age, has a wife and five children eldest 13 yrs. old, this is a very worthy family, and in need of food and wood, approved.

No. 4 Thomas Bond, wife sick for the last year, an old mother and four children. Eldest 13 yrs very destitute.Bet 1 & 2 C & B East

No. 5 Anna Ferguson, Cor 3rd and C St East. 82 yrs. old and partially supporte herself, but she is very much, in distress,
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