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Nara 246 42 March 1'st. 300 men women & children March 8th 300 men women & children Luky Swann living on Mr Benedicts plantation has 4 children unable to support themselves from their extreme youth - wish rations issued - Joe Nunn cripple on same plantation. March 16'th. 1866 Rations drawn for 10 women for 7 days. 70 Rations. separate Ration Return No of People drawing Rations at Camp Jackson March 7'th. 1866 5 Men 6 Women 12 Male 11 Female children - Total 34 Persons - March 17'th. 1866 Rations drawn for 1 man 2 women old persons & 25 children for 7 days = 108 Rations Woodburn & Dollison Plantations 43 March 16'th. Friday Issued Rations to 13 Men 90 Women & 174 Children = Total No Rations Issued 1330 Total No People 190 March 19'th. 1866 Spent out of Office funds 50 cts for Clothing patn & 50 cts for broom. Maj Wickersham Please charge Mrs Moore (Hills Plantation) ten hundred & twenty (1020) Rations issued & to be taken out of the crop March 1st to March 10th signed W H H Beadle Bt Lt Col & Supt. So Dist N.C. Rations drawn for March 21st 1866 71 Men 144 Women for 7 days - 1505 March 23 1866. Rations drawn for 13 men 100 women & 174 children to be issued on Fryday 23rd inst for Sub Dist Wilmington. - 1400 Rations March 27'th. 1866 Received $1.00 for Apprenticing a boy March 29'th. 1866. Rations drawn for 13 Men 90 Women 174 children to be issued to Destitute freedmen in Sub Dist Wilmington on Friday 30th inst Total No drawn for 190 for 4 days 760 Rations
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