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The finding aid note for the Catalog Description states that this series Papers Relating to Citizens, 1861 - 1867 in the War Department Collection of Confederate Records (Record Group 109) states that this series includes a partial place name and subject index (see M416, Roll 1). We were unable to locate a digitized copy of the index. This series has been microfilmed as two separate National Archives Microfilm Publications: M345 - Union Provost Marshal's File of Papers Relating to Individual Civilians, and M416 - Union Provost Marshal's File of Papers Relating to Two or More Civilians.The former is available online through Fold3 as the collection Union Citizens File. We searched these records and located a travel pass for Benjamin A. Shaw, permitting him to travel on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. There was no mention of Mr. Foreman. M416 is available through FamilySearch as Union Provost Marshal's File of Papers Relating to Two or More Civilians. It is arranged by numerical file system and is not searchable without the partial place name and subject index (M416, Roll 1).
We were able to locate a file for a Benj. F. Shaw in Confederate Papers Relating to Citizens or Business Firms, 1874 - 1899 (M346) in Record Group 109. This file is available through Fold3.
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