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6 9 B.R.F & A.L 1865 Endorsement of communication of F K Thornton &c. See E.M No 1 Office Asst Supt Bureau R.F & A.L. Demopolis, Ala. Oct 19th 1865 Respectfully returned to Brig Gen Wager Swayne. No information can be obtained in regard to the written named (Sd) A. C. Haptonstall Capt & Asst Supt Office Asst Commissioner Bureau R.F & A L. Montgomery Ala Oct 24th 1865 Respectfully forwarded with reference to endorsement of Capt A. C. Haptonstall, Asst Supt R.F & A.L. (Sd) C. Cadle Jr A.A.G. The Assistant Commissioner being absent. 10 B.R.F. & A.L 1865 Endorsement on communication of J.A. Fordin who makes certain statements in relation to his losses by Guerillas. See L.R page 71. No 1 Office Supt B.R. F & A Lands Sub Dist Huntsville, Ala Oct 14th 1865 Respectfully referred to Brig Gen C.B. Fisk Com'r R. F & A. L. Ky, Tenn & North Ala. J. A. Forden Leases on plantation held by Govt. & to him rented for 1/8th claims that according to orders issued by Gen Hurlbut, and an arrangement with 7 Capt Eaton Treasy Agent, he is entitled to one half his losses for last year and this Lost in all 29 horses and mules. Val. of whole /$1740 - To gratify him as he has been a good soldier and officer I refer these papers for definite instructions. I would recommended the allowance to the Col. if I know of a precedent. (Sd) T. M. Goodfellow Chap. Supt &c. Bureau R.F. & A.L. Office Asst Commr Ky and Tenn Nashville, Tenn Oct 17th 1865 Respectfully forwarded to brig Gen Swayne Asst Com'r F.B for Alabama. (Sd) Clinton B. Fisk Brig Gen & Asst Comm'r. Office Asst Comsr. Bureau R. F & A. L. Montgomery, Ala. Oct 24th 1865 Respectfully returned to T M Goodfellow Supt Refugees, Freedmen &c. Huntsville, Ala. This Bureau cannot make good such losses as are within mentioned. By order of Brig Gen W. Swayne (Sd) C. Cadle Jr. A.A.G. 11 B.R.F & A.L. 1865 Endorsement on communication of Brig Gen W. Swayne in relation to chain-gang of Selma. See L.B page 198. No. 1 Hd Qrs Dist of Montgomery Montgomery, Ala Oct 4th 1865 Respectfully referred to Col Magee who will prevent women being worked in chain-gang on
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