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State of Mississippi, Circuit Court Criminal Case, Lowndes County State v. Thatcher, Case File No. 1049
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Four pages of original court documents from the State v. Thatcher case dating 1854. The case was heard in the State of Mississippi Lowndes County Circuit Court.
The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County, charged Alfred Thatcher with unlawfully trading with, or specifically selling spirituous liquor to a certain enslaved person named Rochester, the property of Elizabeth Gregory, on April 15, 1854 without the consent in writing of the master, owner, overseer, or employer of said enslaved person.
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State v. Thatcher Case File No. 1049. Lowndes County (Miss.) Circuit Court State Criminal Cases. Local Government Records, Billups-Garth Archives, Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System.