In 1861, the Interior Department assumed responsibility of administering the anti-slave trade laws and those providing for the colonization of recaptured and free Africans in Liberia and other countries. RG 55, Records of the Government of the Virgin Islands These records were established in the Department of the Navy, effective upon the formal transfer of sovereignty over the Danish West Indies from Denmark to the United States, March 28, 1917, under authority of an act of March 3, 1917 (39 Stat. The United States purchased the islands from Denmark by treaty signed August 14, 1916, ratified by the Senate, September 7, 1916. After January 1, 1808, slave trading by American citizens became illegal Annual Reports Annual Reports of the Secretary of the Navy RG 366 Records of Civil War Special Agencies of the Treasury Department An Act of July 13, 1862, (12 Stat.
The Secretary of Interior accumulated much correspondence related to a variety of issues and subjects surrounding the suppression of the trade from the President, Congress, various executive departments, 1858-72, and from U. The islands had originally been administered by the Danish West India and Guinea Company, 1672-1754, succeeded by the Danish Crown, 1754-1917, except for periods of British occupation in 18-1815. 257) prohibited commercial intercourse between people residing in the seceded states and citizens of the United States and provided that merchandise transported for commercial purposes from or to the Confederacy would be forfeited to the United States.
There are several series that pertain to the business of the mixed claims commissions and the domestic claims commission.Records Relating Directly to Slavery and Emancipation RG 59, General Records of the Department of State By an act of Congress, July 27, 1789, ( 1Stat.28), the President approved establishing the first executive department of the Federal Government. Domestic functions were assigned to the Department, but with the expansion of the Government most of these were passed to other agencies. Taney, Attorney General, July 20, 1831- September 24, 1833 Benjamin F. The Treasury Department received control over commercial intercourse, and Special Agents under the Special Agency system were given authority to supervise trade and commerce in areas of the Confederacy occupied by Union forces.Designated the Department of Foreign Affairs, (an Act of September 1789 changed the name to the Department of State), the new Department was established to help the President carry out his constitutional responsibility for conducting the U. Under Treasury Department regulations of July 29, 1864, it established "freedmen's home colonies" to provide employment and welfare to assistance to freed slaves.All new comments are now posted on the bulletin board. Also, feel free to search the Wilkinsons Genealogical database. m Y NAME IS r EX w ILKINSON OF c AMBRIDGE, o NTARIO. m Y LATE FATHERS NAME WAS l AURENCE s TEDMAN w ILKINSON OF r EGINA s ASKATCHEWAN AND c AMBRIDGE o NTARIO. This page contains all posts to the Wilkinsons Genealogical Requests Page from its inception through the end of 2005. In September, 2006, a bulletin board system was set up to better handle the requests. Understand that I cannot verify the information below, as it is all submitted by other Wilkinson genealogists. h IS FATHER WAS a RCHIBALD (a RCHIE] h ARRAP w ILKINSON OF r EGINA, s ASKATCHEWAN, A NEWSPAPERMAN FOR THE r EGINA l EADER p OST UNTIL HIS DEATH IN j UNE 1941. a RCHIE'S WIFE WAS THE FORMER m URIEL s TEDMAN OF f OREST h ILL IN l ONDON, e NGALND. Wilkins I am searching for information on William Pepper Wilkinson, born England on Aug. Reply via e-mail or to ---Duane Wilkinson 555 Washington St. with wife Anna and son Willie, living with his brother Horace WILKINSON and family. d AD HAD A STILL SURVIVING SISTER NAMED p ATRICIA s TELLA w ILKINSON OF y ORK STREET IN r EGINA WHO LATER MARRIED A m R. harry passed on in 1999 in red deer, alberta AND WAS A CAREER AIRFORCE MAN FOR THE c ANADIAN ARMED FORCES. From the information I have, it appears that the children were named after his wife's side of the family. Richard Wilkinson Indian Head, MD USA - Saturday, July 24, 1999 at (EDT) Frank Wilkinson Hi Everyone, In April 2001 I posted my WILKINSONs from Lancashire. I have changed my email address since then so if anyone thinks they are connected, please get in touch. Pauline in Darwen, Lancashire, England Ann Wilkinson married my G-G-G-Grandfather John Tattersall. Submitter has 2 Studio portraits of Stephen, one dated 1877, Rock Island IL. Also have letters from Stephen to his brother Horace. Contact via e-mail or---Duane Wilkinson 555 Washington St Clatonia NE. f AMILY MEMBERS STILL SURVIVE OVER IN b RITAIN BUT NOW GO BY THE LAST FAMILY NAME OF h IBBERT.. Hope to find siblings of William Pepper Wilkinson and more information on his father and mother. They had 20 children and one, my G-G-Grandfather, was called Wilkinson Tattersall. 68328 Duane Wilkinson looking for info on the following person john wilkinson his son was also john wilkinson born 1877 and married ellen brewster in 1904 in auckland co.durham on the marriage certificate it states that johns father was deceased this is where my block has come i cannot find any other info on johns were coalminers but as i say i dont know anything about john snr.please can anyone help out there, many thanks jane jane wilkinson I am looking for information on my Wilkinson relatives that come from the UK, Scotland and Ireland. I would say that George would have been born around 1850- 1860.