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NARA 248 46 Apl 14th Total No Rations drawn for destitute Freedmen from the 1st Apl to 13th are 2765 memorandum obtained from Capt Height. Apl 19th 1866 Rations drawn for issue in Sub Dist Wilmington to 22 Men 72 Women & 98 Children for 7 days from 20th Apl to 26th Apl Total No Rations 1001 Apl 21st 1866 Rations drawn for destitute "FreidPeople". at Fort Anderson Sub Dist Wil 30 Children 40 Women 7 days 385 Rations From the Fifteent to the 21st Apl. Apl 23rd 1866. Rations drawn for Destitute Freedpeople at Fort Anderson - Sub Dist Wil 30 children 40 women 7 days = 385 Rations May 2nd 1866 Rations drawn for Destitute "Freedpeople" in "Sub Dist of Wilmington" for 7 days from date 22 Men 144 Women & one hundred & seventy Children = 1757 47 May 10th 1866 Rations Drawn for 22 men 144 women & 170 children for 7 days from date "Sub Dist Wil" = 1757 May 10th Rations Drawn for Destitute freedmen at Fort Anderson 40 Women 30 children for 7 days from Date = 385 Rations signed by Maj Mann May 16th 1866. Collected $2.00 from Dr Satchwell for writing out contracts for labor for 4 Freedmen employed by Dr S. Col. Rutherford collected the money & turned it over to Maj J.C Mann Q.M. Bureau May 18th 1866 Rations Drawn for "Destitute Freedmen" Sub Dist Wil for 7 days for 22 men 144 women & 170 children - 1757 Rations Also May 18th 1866 Rations drawn for same destitute Freedmen from 24th to 31st May = 1757 May 21st Rations Drawn for Destitute Freedmen [[strikethrough]] Sub Dist Wilmington [[/strikethrough]] At Fort Anderson 30 children 40 women 7 days from date = 385 Rations from 17th to 23rd May 1866.
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