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WILLIAM and WILSON NASH
Posted by: Joyce Nash - Wafford (ID *****0386) Date: July 12, 2010 at 00:41:59
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I am looking for any information on WILLIAM or WILSON NASH.

I will copy and paste some information that I found on the Missouri Digital Hertiage page under the Missouri's Union Provost Marshal Papers: 1861 - 1866

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Nash, [unknown] Buchanan Statement of Amanda D. Penick: articles of clothing and household goods (including silk, silver, and lace) found at Nash's after his death were the property of her and her husband and were taken from their house in March 06-16-1863 F1375
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Nash, Samuel Buchanan St. Joseph Citizen of Clinton County, statement that Abraham N. McGuire told him that Joe Hart wanted him for turning in Mr. Payne and Mr. Reed, but if he gave him $500, he wouldn't turn him over 01-16-1864 F1369
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Nash, William Buchanan St. Joseph Invoice to estate of William Nash: Charles W. Davenport, $2.50 paid to John O. Corner for ex [sic] wagon 1/2 day, $2.50; payment received 27 May 1863 from Macloon, chief of U.S. police, signed by Davenport 05-19-1863 F1375
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Nash, William Buchanan St. Joseph Invoice to estate of William Nash: D. J. Heaton, $20.50 for coffin, hearse, and digging grave; payment received 27 May 1863, signed Heaton 05-19-1863 F1375
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Nash, William Buchanan St. Joseph Invoice to estate of William Nash: John A. Dolman, coroner, $23.00 for inquest expenses: coroner, jury and witness fees, travel to and from corpse with horses and wagon; payment received from Macloon, U.S. police 27 May 1865, signed Dolman 05-19-1863 F1375
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Nash, William M. Buchanan St. Joseph Statement of Hans Peter Diedricksen: men from camps often left guns and horses at Nash's when they went into town; saw 2 loaded wagons come from town when stores were being broken into, one wagon guarded by a man seen breaking into a clothing store 03-17-1862 F1375
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Nash, William M. Buchanan St. Joseph Statement of James B. Brodway: Nash spoke of being in secesh camps; house a general stopping place for rebels, including Jesse V. Harris 03-15-1862 F1375
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Nash, William M. Buchanan St. Joseph Statement of John G. Washburn: Nash friendly with rebels, spent much time in secesh camps, his house and store a stopping place for rebels; he carried news for secessionists 03-15-1862 F1375
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Nash, William M. Buchanan St. Joseph Statement of Warren Brodway: Nash went to secesh camp near Rochester frequently, stayed overnight; his grocery a common stopping place for them; Jesse V. Harris left a gun that John Koontz claimed had been taken from him 03-17-1862 F1375
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Nash, William M. Buchanan St. Joseph U.S. vs. Nash; statement of John Burnside, who held promissory notes against Nash; Nash said he had been in the secesh camp at Rochester and a rebel was now staying at his grocery; refused to pay any on notes if he had to give a bond to military authorities 03-15-1862 F1375
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Nash, Wilson Buchanan St. Joseph Citizen of Clinton County, statement that Abraham N. McGuire told his father that Joe Hart wanted him, but if he gave him $500, he wouldn't turn him over 01-16-1864 F1369
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Thank you for any help in advance.
You may email me directly at: ograndma1@sbcglobal.net

God Bless All,
Joyce Nash-Wafford
Selma, CA




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