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The Freedmen's Bureau Online

Records of the Assistant Commissioner for the State of South Carolina
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, 1865 - 1870
National Archives Publication M869 Roll 44
"Records Relating to Transportation"


Blank Orders for Transportation sent to Bt. Maj. J. W. DeForest, A. A. C Greenville, SC, Oct. 25, 1866

Date No. of Order Names of Persons Condition & Color No. on Order From To
Nov. 14 1 Berry Hamilton, wife & 4 children Freedpeople 6 Greenville, SC Hamburg, SC
Nov. 14 2 Fanny " 1 " Cheraw, Ga.
Nov. 26 3 Mary Robinson " 1 " Columbia, SC
  4 Cancelled by reason of error        
Dec. 1 5 Mahalia Moore & 3 children Freedpeople 4 Greenville, SC Hamburg, SC
Dec. 9 6 Ann Randall & child. " 6 " "
Dec. 11 7 Nellie Pope " 1 " Columbia, SC
Dec. 30 8 Laura Vanderpool & 2 children 6 & 8 " 3 " Charleston, SC
Jan. 23, 1867 9 Returned and destroyed        
Jan. 25 10 Louis & Elizabeth Rivers Freedpeople 2 Greenville, SC Charleston, SC
Jan. 25 11 A. Edwards & Peggy, 2 children 8 & 10 " 4 " Darlington
Jan. 25 12 Mary Bedford & Fanny Frasier & Rose, 18 years & Fanny, 8 years " 4 " Charleston, SC
Jan. 25 13 Returned and destroyed        
Jan. 25 14 J. Chaurelts & 3 child. (15, 12, 7) Freedpeople 4 Greenville, SC Charleston, SC
Jan. 25 15 Peter Wallace, 74 years " 1 " "
Jan. 25 16 Laura Haynes, 25 years " 1 " Gilchrist Bridge, Marion Dist.
Feb. 1 17 Henry Blake " 1 " Charleston, SC
Feb. 3 18 Grace Robinson & Rose " 2 " "

19 to 25 returned and destroyed