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[[3 columns]] | Date When Rec'd | Name & Rank of Writer | Date & Purport of Letter | | -- | -- | -- | 5 | Mar. 30th | Stallings J.W. Atty. | Kenansville N.C. Mar. 28"/68. Refers to within letters of J.W. Pearsall & Edward Pearsall, concerning children of Shash Pearsall (Col'd). Desires answer to same. | 6 | 1868 Apr. 1st | Stallings J.W. Atty. | Kenansville N.C. Apr. 1st 1868. Objects to Buck Huston receiving less than 100$ from Alberton, has sued Albertson for the Amt due for cotton picking 28$. Desires Order to Sheriff to sell Albertson's property to amt of 100$. | 7 | Apr. 13" | Stallings J.W. Atty for Buck Huston (Col'd) | Kenansville N.C. Apr. 1st 1868. Letter. Enclsing petition in behalf of Mr Buck H. against Samuel Albertson and also returning communication relative to children of Shash Pearsall colored. | [[footnote]] See E.B. Filed. 8 | Apr. 13" | Stallings J.W. Atty for Buckner Huston (Col'd) | Kenansville N.C. Apr. 10"/68. Petition to Ag't of Bu. R.F. & A.L. to [[?]] [[strikethrough]] to Sam [[/strikethrough]] pay for labor rendered to Samuel Albertson by Buckner Huston (Colored) & family on lands owned by Mr W.W. Miller and farmed by Albertson (Duplin Co.) | 9 | April 23"/68 | Sweet Owen Jay 2nd Lieut 40" Infy & U.S.A.C. | April 20" 1868 States that Wright Pickett Freedman complains that one John Jones White living in Onslow County, unjustly whipped a colored boy names Charles and a colored woman named Ollay, happened on the night of Mar 30" 1868, also that Wright can produce 4 witnesses in the case. Refers the cases to Capt Curren as they are not in his Sub district |
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