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Date Original

1879 November 12

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Geographical Area

Newton County (Ark.); Sebastian County (Ark.); Franklin County (Ark.)Yell County (Ark.); Johnson County (Ark.); Carroll County (Ark.); Benton County (Ark.); Crawford County (Ark.); Howard County (Ark.); Scott County (Ark.); Madison County (Ark.)




MS.000962, Box 6, Folder 3, Item 30

Resource Type



United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

Recommended Citation

Item 06_03_030, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.


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United States History


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1879 November 12: Petit jury summons, U.S. v. Jack Spaniard, assault with intent to kill in the Indian Country; Henry Atkinson (line through name), James E. Brietz (line through name), Benjamin Brent (line through name), John H. Blackwell(line through name), Robert Boydston, Ernest Beck (line through name), Charles Bracht (line through name), Eli G. Collier (line through name), George W.L. Cox (line through name), Coston W. Conrad, Rolin Crawford (line through name), John Carnall, Patrick T. Devany, John S. Douglas (line through name), Charles T. Dotson, Isaac Davis, William A. Farmer (line through name), Thomas J. Hamnett (line through name), Hezekiah Highfill, Samuel Holleman, Elijah B. Jones, Joseph N. Lively (line through name), John T. Milsap, Benjamin D. McWhorter, John T. Perry, Pleasant M. Phillips, William J. Peevyhouse, William F. Patton, Charles B. Sisker, William B. Sutton (line through name), Martin Stetzel, Joseph F. Stokes, Robert M. Stephens, George N. Spradling, Byron J.M. Trotter, Henry Turner, Benjamin Vaughan Sr, and Peter Bruder, jurors; jurors twenty nine through thirty eight have X through them; Stephen Wheeler, clerk