Title: Evidence Relating to the Petition of Alice Jackson, 11 November 1862

Date: November 11, 1862

Source Text: A microfilm reproduction of the original document held at the National Archives and Records Administration, Microcopy 520, Reel 6. The original document is held in the Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury, 1775–1978, National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 217.6.5. Within the National Archives' Archival Description Catalog, see ARC Identifier 4644616 / MLR Number A1 347 (http://arcweb.archives.gov).

Civil War Washington ID: cww.00979

TEI/XML: cww.00979.xml

Alice Jackson
Jacqulin Smith

Sarah Ann Keller I have every reason to believe that the servant belonged to Mrs Jaqulin Smith. I hired her from herself. I have had her two months. got her from a family in Georgetown (Johnson) who I [illegible] would [illegible]. She was in Georgetown 16th April. She formerly belonged to the Buchner family. Mrs Buchner who was taken up for carrying quinine was her old mistress lives with me now on 469 13th street. I do not know anything of Jaq Smith I know [illegible]

Johnson lives in High street opposite Dr Kidwels
servant says she [came?] down to Georgetown last March, staid​ at Johnsons [illegible] months then came to Washington & lived at Colored man named Cook.
Nov 12
Nov 12. R. G. Johnson. I do not know woman by name of Alice Jackson. hired her 5th May. was here a week she said she came from Virga said her name was Agnes
Alice Jackson
servant of
Jacqueline Smith
Nov 11.
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