Tammy, I got what you sent from a congressional record at Northwestern State
Library at Natchitoches. It is in a book which most all large libraries
would have or certainly the Library of Congress as they keep all the
congressional records. If there were to be any further stuff on this
particular item it would possibly be in the National Archives in D. C.
I am not sure if the Natchitoches Clerk of Court would have an old
indictment book or record, I'd doubt it, but again not sure.
Reconstruction Era: 1868, Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
Submitted by Greggory E. Davies
120 Ted Price Lane
Winnfield, LA 71483
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Taken from Congressional Record of the 44th Congress of the United States,
2d Session, Ex. Doc. No. 30
C. W. Stauffer, 1 colored man hung on the Manny (Many) road; Alfred Hazon,
1 colored man killed by James Little; Jack, 1 colored man killed at
Ferry by Kimballs and Newman; Jos. Desedere (Desadier), Mr. Strong's
killed by Albert Haile; 1 colored man killed by young Trichel, Alfred
Mr. Jones; Jos. Chicken, 1 colored man killed by A. Tourres; Hawkins,
strnager, killed by Mr. Dill; 1 colored man killed by A. Nicholson, 1
colored man killed by Dr. Truly; Charles Bell, 1 colored man, killed by
Redmond, Dr. Williams, Jake Mamus, Charles Garner, Alma Jones; 1 colored
found in Bayou Pierre with his skull mashed in-Mr. Kior; Cohn. 1 colored
killed by James Collier; 1 man killed by Green on Clear Lake-Chatman; 1
by Wallet at Cloutierville; Adam Carnahan, young Newton, ____ Pierson.
One colored man killed in Natchitoches by a deputy sheriff in the month of
One colored man dangerously wounded by gun-shot, at Springville,
Natchitoches Parish, in the month of June, 1868.
One colored man badly maltreated by some parties attacking him in the
at the house of Mrs. Sausses, (Sauce or Soss), at Grand Ecore,
Signed, C. L. Furguson, July 24, 1868
(Copied from the Congressional Record "Use of the Army in Certain Southern
States" by Greggory Ellis Davies, Winnfield, Winn Parish, LA.)
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