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ask that his Claim be returned and re-examined
Signers ) 1 2 3
Signed by S. M. Arnell, James P. Baird, Jerremiah Gilmer,
4 6 6
R. Luther Farris, F. M. Dooley, William Mack, (Revd), C. C.
7 8 9 10 10
Barret, John Baird, Thos Miles, W. T. Almore, W. W. Stockard,
11 12 13 14
A. M. Hughs, Dr. D. A. Davidson, J. H. Gregary, W. T. Brooks,
15 16
J. B. Frerson, Jno A. Campbell, (all Rads)
J D Walker )
Accompany the aplication is a letter from Majr Walker as follows

Nashville Sept 22, 1869

N. Porter, Esqr, Columbia.

Dear Sir, I to day mailed to you the aplication that I told

you I wold and on the day after you left here I took time to

asserdain the whereabouts of your claim before wrighting to you

See 10 Oct ) which is the cause of the delay please have the paper mentioned

signed by half dozen or more of your Loyal Men & thin male it

to me it need not be sworn to, but simply signed. When you

male it back to me I wish that you would also male with it the

letter of Controler Blackburn, which you showed me when you

were here please attend to it as early as you can & I will

forward same on

respectfully &c (Signed) J. D. Walker
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1869 ( The morning is cloudy calm & looks like rain
Sept )
William ( William has gone ( yesterday) (South & West) did not git home
Th 23 )
last night I went to Town late Met old Bill Stockard he

treated me verry cooley & I give he understand I knew it
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