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Re: The Great Columbia Jailbreak
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Working on the Jackson question it appears in this article Samuel Rowland surrendered and took the oath with THE Jim Jackson in 65 in Pike County.

The other men who took the oath were William Stephens, William Farley, John West, Barton Ramsey, William Hill, James Mayfield, Samuel Nunnelly, Joel Ramsey, Samuel Rowland, George Spears, Madison Evans, William McCarty, Abraham Rumans, John Mullen, and William Martin. In doing so, as noted by the June 23, 1865, edition of the Missouri Statesman, all had been “granted a parole under President Johnson’s amnesty.”

I've run across some of those other names as well, particularly Farley and Hill.

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