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.
COMMUNICATIONS FROM STATE OFFICERS
The President announced the following:
Lansing, June 15, 1867
Hon, CHARLES M. CROSWELL, President of the Constitutional Convention:
SIRS - In compliance with a resolution passed by the Convention on the 10th inst., I have the honor to transmit herewith an exhibit of the pardons granted by each Governor since the adoption of the Constitution of 1850, as appears from the executive journals.
SAMUEL H. ROW
Deputy Secretary of State.
Granted By: Gov. John S. Barry - Term commenced Jan
1850, expired Dec. 31, 1851
Pardons Granted By: Gov. Robert McClelland - Term commenced Jan. 1, 1852 to March 7, 1853
Pardons Granted By: Gov. Andrew Parsons - Term commenced March 8, 1853 to Dec. 31, 1854
|Pardons Granted By: Gov. Kinsley S. Bingham, whose term commenced Jan. 1, 1855 , expired Dec. 31, 1858|
|Pardons Granted By: Gov. Moses Wisner, whose term commenced Jan., 1859, and expired Dec., 1860.|
|Pardons Granted By Gov. Austin Blair, whose term commenced Jan., 1861, and Expired Dec., 1864.|
|Pardons Granted By Gov. Henry H. Crapo, whose term commenced January, 1865, and has granted seventeen pardons to date as of June 12, 1867.|
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