PARDONS GRANTED by the GOVERNOR

Journal of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Michigan
Published 1867 by J.A. Kerr & Co., Printers to the State.

As you view this material, please be aware that this covers the whole State of Michigan.
There is no further information given about any of those persons convicted of the following crimes, nor is there information about where those convicted of  the crimes lived at.

Pardons Granted By Gov. Henry H. Crapo, whose term commenced January, 1865, and has granted seventeen pardons to date as of June 12, 1867.

Name of Convict Date of Sentence Term Date of Pardon Crime
Asa Loevenberg Mar 1864 7 years Jan 6, 1865 Burglary
Michael Scalion Aug 1864 7 years Mar 24, 1865 Robbery
Cordelia Hay Nov 1864 Apr 28, 1865 Conveying a file into the jail with intent to assist a prisoner to escape
Elizabeth Hills Nov 1864 2 years Oct 6, 1865 Larceny
Nicholas Luscomb Jun 1864 3 1/2 years Oct 11, 1865 Larceny
William Smith Aug 1863 10 years Dec 9, 1865 Forgery
William J. Brown Oct 1864 3 years Jan 20, 1866 Larceny
Thomas Dooley May 1866 90 days Jun 5, 1866 Assault & battery
George Wilkinson Jun 1866 90 days Jul 3, 1866 Assault & battery
Gustavus DeCastor Jun 1866 90 days Jul 16, 1866 Simple larceny
Baldwin Diamond Oct 1865 2 years Aug 20, 1866 Passing counterfeit money
James O'Conner Oct 1865 10 years Dec 3, 1866 An attempt at robbery
David M. Gault Jan 1867 30 days Feb 12, 1867 Disorderly conduct
Henry B. Cleveland Mar 1864 Life Feb 20, 1867 Murder
John Nelson Feb 1867 1 year Apr 22, 1867 Larceny
Mary Haywood Feb 1867 1 year Jun 12, 1867 Larceny

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