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G #2 O.A.I.G 1866. G. 3. F.B.S.M., 1866. Vicksburg, Miss, Jany. 13, 1866. Gibson, Marshall. Colored. States that he is in prison convicted of Larceny; that he can prove his innocence, & requests to be informed what course to pursue. Freedman's Bureau State of Miss * Received * JAN 27 1866 Freedman's Bureau State of Miss * Received * FEB 17 1866 B Wrapper ( Enclosure.) P.H BUREAU REFUGEES, FREEDMEN AND ABANDONED LANDS. OFFICE OF ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, VICKSBURG, MISS., Jan 27, 1866 Respectfully referred to Maj. T. S. Free, A I G. for investigation and report. By order of Col Saml Thomas Stuart Eldridge Lieut & A A A G. X Office A.I.G. Freedmen's Bureau For State of Miss. Vicksburg Miss. Feb. 14th 1866 Respectfully returned to Col. Sam'l. Thomas Ass't. Com'r. State of Miss. with the following remarks. That this Man Marshall Gibson was properly convicted for Larceny. The evidence being overwhelming against him. James W Davis Solicitor for the Bureau defended him, and informs me that he is properly convicted. His Statement is regard (over) to his innocence cannot be substantiated. T. Sargent Free Maj. & A.I. Gen'l.
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