Ryland Randolph trial transcript
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This collection consists of the proceedings of an 1868 military commission trial of Randolph at Selma, Alabama. It includes testimony, statements, and a photo.
Randolph was from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and was accused of assault and battery with intent to murder of a Freedman, Balus Eddins, on or about March 28, 1868. Randolph was found not guilty.
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This collection consists of the proceedings of an 1868 military commission trial of Randolph at Selma, Alabama, for the assault and battery of a Freedman named Balus Eddins.
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