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J. D. Bachmar
$100, 648 78
Amount paid temporary clerks
A resolution of the House of 10th of December, transmitting names of persons
pardoned by the President who have been engaged in rebellion.
JANUARY 9, 1867.-Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed
To the House of Representatives :
I transmit the accompanying report from the Attorney General as a partial reply to the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 10th ultimo, requesting a “ list of names of all persons engaged in the late rebellion against the United States government who have been pardoned by the President from April 15, 1865, to this date ; that said list shall also state the rank of each person who has been so pardoned if he has been engaged in the military service of the so-called confederate government, and the position if he shall have held any civil office under said so-called confederate government; and shall also further state whether such person has at any time prior to April 14, 1861, held any office under the United States government, and if so what office, together with the reasons for granting such pardons; and also the names of the person or persons at whose solicitation such pardon was granted.”
ANDREW JOHNSON. WASHINGTON, January 8, 1867.
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Washington. December 31, 1866. Sir: I have the honor to submit to you, in reply to the resolution of the House of Representatives of December 10, 1866, calling for information in regard to pardons, the enclosed partial report, which embraces all the pardons granted to the high officials lately in rebellion.
It is impossible, with the small clerical force allowed by law to this office, to answer in full the said resolution before the adjournment of Congress. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
HENRY STANBERY, Attorney General. The PRESIDENT.
By whom recommended.
Date of pardon.
Exemption under amnesty proclama:
tion of May 29, 1865.
Aug. 28, 1865
Ex-Governor B. F. Perry, Hon. Montgomery Blair, John E. Clarem,
E. Vanden Horst, James Lynab, J. E. Holmes, John Phillips, Jas.
George A. Locke, G. H. Ingraham, W. R. Sibby,
W.Luders, H. Finck, J. Buggle, B.Gross, Wm. Horkaday, J. Schnei. der, F. Hertwig, A. Rockling, T. P. Foneston, A. Bolancourt, S. Hall, sr., J. B. Duval, E. Mitchell, A. Morroso, José Java, F. Darby, W. Browne, J. Decunps, W. Harrison, W. H. Harrison, W. F. Swan, H. T. Suran, W.G. Hawkins, G. S. Hacker, H. H. Bolger, E. P. Buckeister, P. L. Guillemin, Thos. Dixon, C. F. D. Petit, Jas. G. Martin, L. V. Martin, Rev. Win. B. Gates, chaplain to seamen, R. C. Starr, 0. Meizer, C. R. Cassidy, W. H. Welch, C.C. Gradick, E. Addison, M. E. Carrere, M. D, G. F. Alderson, G. E. Webber, J. Molony, J. Heddesly, jr., J. S. Schnider, James Morrison, J. W. Johnson, Peter Blake, G. A. Bowman, W. T. Burge, W. R. Darby, William O'Brien, T. Alexander, P. Doogan, T. Cloffy, W. H. Burrell, Edward Kennedy, J. W. Darrell, T. B. Guy, F. H. Duc, J. Armstrong, E. Klein, R. Rantin, R. Meredith, James Wiley, P. Bligh, R. Hen. dricks, M. Kennedy, T. O'Rourke, B. McBride, James Burr, J. Claney, J. J. Boyden, B. M. Roche, W. O. Gibson, T. W. Riggs, Robert James, M. Dowling, W. Lucas, G. De Witt, Thomas Aimes, P. Wall, W.P. Russell, Owen Kelly, C. Hart, A. G. Barton, B. Carroll, J. T. Sanders, T. E. Strother, A. L. Tobias, H. Ostjen, J. C. Bradley, M. N. Thomajon, G. W. Retit, William Meagher, G. W. Olosey, T. W. Markley, P. Dannells, J. P. Reed, B. W. O'Rourke, John Conlin, J. R. Hagen, John King, J. W. McMillan, M. C. Tharin, G. Klein, John Blake, George Dedderly, F. G. Rehkopp, J. C. W. Bichoff, T. E. Dalwick, B. F. Kreamer, William Bold, J. A. Cook, T. Gleason, James, Cannadeny, P. D. Croval, C. Amme, Jos. Lamble, James Melvin, J. P. Reaellhinner, C. J. Faust, M. D., J.M. Ainger, E. L. Henry, Mortimer Calvert, J. H. Raime, Robt. Evans, H.C. Robinson, F. Ansel, J. E. Prince, H. G. Warnhen, T. D. Corcaran, T. N. Gadsden, W. R. Butt, George H. Ginber, James Carrell, H. Carew, J. Schaehte, J. B. Nixon, jr., Seth Spencer, W.J. McGilliry, T. Flynn, William O'Connor, G. A. Forlay, J. E. Mc. Manus, P. O'Brien, J. M. Mawley, W. F. Simans, W.F. Carsten, R. H. Eason, D. Motin, H. W. Hendrick, J. P. Pool, W. J. Robinson, J. O. Simons, J. T. Wells, W.D. Kennedy, John Christopher, R. H. Clark, T. B. Pohl, Jos. Marzyck, J. L. Westcott, T. O'Brien, Benjamin Heffron, J. H. Taylor, George W. Williams, William Ingraham, J. A. Duffus, A. Fitch, M. C., A. C. Kaufuran, M. B. Ryan, L. L. Siddan, M. C. Connor, Louis J. Weber.
John D. Ashmore
Dec. 28, 1865
Resigned seat in United States Con
gress to aid rebellion