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C (F. B. S. M. 114) 1867.

July 23rd, 1867

Cox, Amanda R.

Makes application for a colored boy about ten years of age, whom she wishes to take & bring up, giving him an education, etc.

Wishes him left at Bolton's Depot with Mr. Walton, care Wilson Cox. (col'd)

Freedman's Bureau State of Mississippi Received JUL 24 1867

S. O. # 69. part[[guess]] Office Asst. Comr. Miss
(Rec'd 7/24 1867)

Wrapper---( 1 Enclosure.)

BUREAU OF
Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands,
Office Assistant Commissioner, for Mississippi,

Vicksburg, Miss., July 26th 1867

Respectfully referred to Capt. J. W. Sunderland. S. A. C. Lauderdale to know if there is a child answering the description given within. The Sub. Asst. Comr. is informed that the child, heretofore asked for by Mrs. Cox was not taken by her as she was then going away.

By order of 
Bt Maj Genl. A. C. Gillem
Asst. Commr.

A. W. Preston
Capt. V.R.C. Bt. Maj. U.S.V.
A. A. A. Genl.

Head - quarters,
Sub Dist of Lauderdale
(Bur R. F and A. L.)
Lauderdale, July 30, 67

Respectfully returned to Major A. W. Preston, A. A. A. General. Bu. R. F. and A. L. with the information that James Washington, Freed boy, age 8 or 9, inmate of the Asylum, will meet the requirements of the within application

Jas W. Sunderland
Capt Vet. Res. Corps
Sub Asst Comm'r

E & M 53 1867 }

Freedman's Bureau State of Mississippi Received JUL 24 1867 B B

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Rec'd S. D. L July 30th 1867




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