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In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon /

In the matter of George Gordon's petition for pardon /

 
 
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Rev. George Gordon was convicted in November, 1861, for violation of the Fugitive slave law. He was pardoned by President Lincoln in April, 1862.
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01/01/1862
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Jolliffe, John, 1804-1868.
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Stow (Ohio)41.15944, -81.44028
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