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LIST OF PARDONS

AND

COMMUTATIONS

FOR

1871

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sacramento Daily Union

Monday, January 1, 1872

Page 4.

 

[Transcriber’s Note:  I believe this list is meant to be for all of California.]

 

January

 

5--Isaac Hawley, convicted of grand larceny, and sentenced to two years imprisonment; also restored to citizenship.

17--James Bowling, assault with deadly weapon, one and half years; restored to citizenship.

21--Daniel W. Prouse, assault with deadly weapon, 500 days.

 

February

 

4--A. J. Drury, grand larceny, three years; restored to citizenship.

16--Mrs. Kate Smith, grand larceny, four years and four months.

18--S. A. Allen, grand larceny, two years; restored to citizenship.

23--Joseph Eaton, assault with deadly weapon, two years; restored to citizenship.

25--George R. Bolling, assault and battery, three months.

 

March

 

1--James McClellan, petit larceny, six months.

2--Mary Murray, arson in the second degree, one year.

9--Jacob Greer, murder, for life; commuted to ten years in State Prison. 

9--John Lohman, murder in the second degree, fifteen years; restored to citizenship.

27-- William Talley, manslaughter, three years.

 

April

 

3--Louis J. Dreibelbis, robbery, twelve years; commuted to five years.

19-- Peter Murray, grand larceny, three years; restored to citizenship.

 

May

 

2--Joseph Lawrence, murder in the second-degree, ten years; restored to citizenship.

2-- Michael Gorman, mayhem, one year; restore to citizenship.

3--Robert Smith, assault with intent to do bodily the injury, 200 days.

----James F. Renfro, murder in first-degree, to be hung; commuted to imprisonment for life.

10--John Murphy, petit larceny, six months.

23--Francisco Soto, grand larceny, one year and a half; restored to citizenship.

 

June

 

10-- M. J. Dunn, disturbing the peace, seventy-five days.

 

July

 

5--Charles Wills, grants larceny, one year, restored to citizenship.

6--Ah Wong, petit larceny, sixty days.

15--Patrick McClosky, assault and battery, one hundred days.

24-- William Coombs, assault to murder, two years; restored to citizenship.

29--Charles McCarty, two years, manslaughter; restored to citizenship.

 

August

 

14--2 Josiah Jackson, burglary, one year; restored to citizenship.

30--Samuel Cohen, grand larceny, one and a half years; restored to citizenship.

 

September

 

8--Andrew M. Jackson, mayhem, five years; restored to citizenship.

12--Frank Parker, grand larceny and housebreaking, eight years; restore to citizenship.

19--William J. Vanderwater grand larceny, one year; restored to citizenship.

20--Henry A. Murray, forgery, one year; restored to citizenship.

16--William H. Johnson, incest, eight years; restored to citizenship.

28--William Troy, assault with deadly weapon, $500 fine or two hundred fifty days.

----Ambrose Williams, manslaughter, eight years; restored to citizenship.

 

November

 

6--Clancy Parker, robbery, 10 years.

7--Lewis H. Warner, manslaughter, six years; restored to citizenship.

7--H. H. McKenzie, manslaughter, ten years; restored to citizenship.

7--Charles Pratt, grand larceny, five years; restored to citizenship.

7--Sriums, murders second-degree, ten years.

7--F. E. Waller, murderer first agreed, for life; restored to citizenship.

7--Henry Lambeth is, assault to murder, for years; restored to citizenship.

7--Andrew H. Merrill, manslaughter, ten years; restored to citizenship.

10--Peter Cassidy, assault and battery, two hundred fifty days.

20--James Mullen, robbery, for years; restored to citizenship.

21--Thomas Prother, grand larceny, five years.

 

December

 

1-- Sampson A. Carpenter, manslaughter, six years; restored to citizenship.

1--Hurlbert Vroman, burglary, six years.

1--M. Stoll, arson, three and a half years; commuted to twelve months.

1--C. M. Clifton, murder second-degree, fifteen years, restored to citizenship.

1--E. D. Foster, murder second-degree, fifteen years; restore to citizenship.

1--George Cogan, burglary, three years; restored to citizenship.

1--Francisco Presiade, manslaughter, three years; restored to citizenship.

1--Terence Smith, murders second-degree, for life; restored to citizenship.

1--Michael Harrington, murder first degree, for life, restore to citizenship.

1--Francise Pigano, murders second-degree, for life, restored to citizenship.

2--P. R. Rodgers, assault with intent to murder, eighteen months; commuted to six months.

2--George Vernon, manslaughter, ten years; restored to citizenship.

2--Henry H. Fuller, grand larceny; two and a half years; restored to citizenship.

2--H. F. Nichols, manslaughter, ten years; restored to citizenship.

2--Eugene Tucker, murder second-degree, seven years, restored to citizenship.

2--Joseph LaCosta, assault with intent to murder, five years; restored to citizenship.

2--Jacob Stone, arson seven years.

2-- Henry Madison, assault to commit robbery, fourteen years; restored to citizenship.

2--Russell Smithey, manslaughter, 16 years; restored to citizenship.

 

 

 

Donated by Betty Loose.

Transcribed by Nancy Pratt Melton.

Source: Sacramento Daily Union, Monday, January 1, 1872, Page 4.


© 2007 Nancy Pratt Melton.

 

 

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