I'm looking for the C C EDMONDS listed below accused of robbery in 1864.
Also looking for his assumed sister-in-law Ruth (Ruthie) TITTLE <1840-?> and unknown relation Sarah Ann TITTLE.
Apparently he didn't go to prison. He enrolled in Company K, 7 Oct 1864, Mt. Vernon, Lawrence County, MO. Maybe he was given the option of joining up or going to the pen.
If this is Calvin C. EDMONDS (1823-<1908>) we think he married Lucinda TITTLE in 1859 in Barry Co, MO.
He is also known to have lived in Washington Co., AR in 1860, Barry Co., MO in 1870, and through 1900 census in Wright Co., MO.
Background is: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jwl004&id=I314
All leads appreciated. Thanks.
Abstracts of Lawrence County, Mo., Circuit Court Documents, 1858-1869 copyright 1997, Judith Johnson Reustle; Internet edition Dec 2000 Bundles 71-138.
78. State of Mo. vs C. C. EDMONDS, robbery. Subpoena: 15 May 1864;
Andrew BAIN, for state; executed 21 May 1864. Capias: 17 May 1864; Edmonds, for robbery; executed 17 May 1864. Capias: Edmonds, (duplicate). Subpoena: 18 May 1864; James M. MCCLINTOCK, for state; executed 21 May 1864.
Subpoena: 18 May 1864; Sarah Ann TITTLE, William BERRY, Frank BERRY, Jeptha WHITE, West PARKER, James PARKER, Joshua HOLT, J. L. GRAMMAR, Eli MCGUIRE, Ruthy Ann TITTLE and Mary KNOX for defense; note penciled at bottom reads: Sarah Ann Tittle lives on the Harrison Mill place--other witnesses are in same neighborhood.
The sheriff's return states: read 21 May 1864 to Sarah Ann TITTLE, William Berry, Frank Berry, Jeptha White, Eli McGuire, Ruthy Ann TITTLE and Mary Knox; read 20 May 1864 to Joshua Holt, J. L. Grammar, W. T. PARKER and James KELLY. Subpoena: 20 May 1864; James A. GIBSON, John RODGERS and Gerry BROCK; executed 20 May. Subpoena: 23 May 1864; George W. RINKER, Elijah BROWNING and James M. KELLOGG, for state; sheriff's return does not include execution to Elijah Browning.
Subpoena: 24 May 1864; BROWN and WILLIAMS for state; executed 24 May. Instructions to jury: Filed 23 May 1864; includes "...by putting James McClintock in fear of immediate injury to take ... $25 ... they will find guilty. If guilty, an imprisonment of not less than 10 years in the penitentiary.
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