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Minutes of the Freedmen's Convention, Held in the City of Raleigh, on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th of October, 1866
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We, your Committee on Credentials, having carefully examined the credentials of the delegates from the various counties, recommend that the persons representing the following counties be admitted as delegates duly elected and sent by their constituents:
RALEIGH, N. C., OCTOBER, 1866.
State Equal Rights League Convention of Freedmen:
WARREN--William Cawthorn, John Hyman, Caesar Johnson.
WAKE--J. H. Harris, Charles Ray, Wm. Laws, S. Ellerson, H. Locket, J. R. Caswell. Moses Patterson and Wm. High, honorary members.
MECKLENBURG--J. T. Schenck.
FRANKLIN--Harry Webb, Henderson Fuller, John Williams. Rev. D. T. Perry honorary member.
GRANVILLE--J. Hogwood, Cuffey Mayo, Wm. Reavis, Aaron Pratcher.
HALIFAX--N. B. Martin, Henry Epps, Noah Hill, Charles Smith.
LENOIR--E. M. Bell.
ALAMANCE--Edmond Bird, Wyatt Outlaw.
ANSON--Henry Powell, Wm. Leak.
GATES--J. A. Green.
WILSON--Emsley Hinant, Thos. Farmer.
NORTHAMPTON--J. H. Langford, B. H. Jones, Robert Doles.
CRAVEN--Richard Tucker, C. D. Pierson, G. A. Rue, J. R. Good.
HERTFORD--W. D. Newsum, H. J. Brown.
ORANGE--A. Bass, Fred. Lane, Jordan Weaver, Henry Jones, Samuel Hopkins.
GUILFORD--H. Unthanks, Jacob Corsie.
CUMBERLAND--J. S. Leary, Lewis Harvie, Jas. Bowman.
PASQUOTANK--T. A. Sykes.
DUPLIN--Samuel High Smith
WAYNE--J. E. O'Harra, John Thompson.
RANDOLPH--Jesse Skeen, Willis Dorsette, Harry Pope.
CASWELL--Marriee Mayson, Turner Pertilla.
EDGECOMB--Frank Heart, Rev. W. H. Pitts.
CHOWAN--J. R. Page.
ROWAN--J. B. Ballad.
DAVIDSON--Jas. Hargrave, C. G. Holmes, J. C. Taylor, J. S. Porter.
PITT--W. H. Pitts.
CABARRUS--Adam Means, Allen Turner.
MARTIN--Rev. W. H. Pitts.
WILKES--Rev. A. Stokes.
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