Witnesses at Marriage
William Morris 33rd USCT, Company G
Slave Marriage
Statement signed April 13, 1868

Pension Records
State of South Carolina
District of Beaufort

On this 13 day of April A. D. one thousand eight hundred and sixty eight personally appeared before me a pension notary for the State and district afroesaid Frank Hagers and Emma Murrill of
Beaufort in said State and District who being duly sworn according to law declare that they were present and saw William Morris late Private Co. G. 33 U. S. Colored Troops and Menerva
Masson married in May 1857 and know that no record evidence of her marriage exists. And we do reside as aforesaid and have no interest in this claim.

Witnesses
J. F. Johnson
D. L. Thompson

Frank (his mark) Hagan

Emma (her mark) Murrill

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this Thirteenth day of April, A. D. 1868; and I certify that I read and explained the foregoing to the declarants and witnesses, and that they subscribed and
swore to the same, with a full knowledge of its contents; and that I have no interest in the presecution of this claim.

Hno. C. Chadwick
Pension Notary
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