1875 May 31: Voucher, to W.F. Rapley, includes cost of subsistence for prisoners held in Fort Smith jail, prisoners listed includes Andrew Albenly, One Adam, Anakahalla (alias Noku Hoge), James Baldy, Frank Butler, Alfred Bell, William Blakeslen, John Bone, William Brown, Andrew Barker, J.M. Barker, Verdien H. Bryant, Huston Brown, James Colbert, Saul Campbell, Edward Campbell, George Clark, Henry Carter, Nathan Cox, Susie Callins, One Cane, W. Chock, Henry Clay, John Dunsby, Joseph Davis, Jerod Dawson, Irwin Dalaw (alias Harmon), Thomas Dana, Robert DeWitt, James H. Duncan, Daniel Evans, Lawrence Fisher, Samuel W. Fooy, Simon Facton, Reuben Fain (alias Charles Parsen), John T. Goos, George Grayson, Martin Haynes, Peter Hamilton, James Hines, Eliza Isaac, Gibson Ishontubbe, Younger Johnson, Charles Jones, John Killer, Isaac Love, Charles Leischart, William Leach, U.T. Lewous, Hejekiah Lemons, William N. Lyons, Sam Love (alias Allen), James Moore, David Magee, Smoker Maukiller, William Madden, Isaac Morris, John Meshaw, Frank Marcus, James McGee, Crowder Nix, C.H. Norton, Simon Nelson, Ishan Peck, Bud Perdue, Joseph Payne, Joshua Peck, William Redden, Oscar Snow, George Scott, Isham Seeley, Jon Stovall, Noah Smith, Mission Tubbi, John Thorton, C.N. Thusatt, John Whittington, John Wicket, Jack Williams, John Woods, Frank Wilson, John Woods, Richard Williamson, Edward Washington, Sylvester Williams (alias Alberson), Richard Webb, George White, and Edgar Weeb (alias Sam Simmons); Stephen Wheeler, clerk; James F. Fagan, U.S. deputy marshal
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1875 May 1-31
Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.)
MS.000962, Box 2, Folder 6, Item 33
United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962
Arkansas State Archives
Item 02_06_033, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
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