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Crime and criminals, Extradition records, Requisition on Kansas by other States

Crime and criminals, Extradition records, Requisition on Kansas by other States
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1877-1879: Anthony)
Date: 1878
The documents in this file pertain to the requisitions of criminals back to Kansas. A letter on April 24, 1878, from Amos Harris in relation to the indictment of John B. Glenn and John W. Ellis for embezzlement of Davis County. A letter on April 29, 1878, from Amos Harris, informs Governor Anthony that Ellis shared the correspondence between the two of them and refers the Governor to sections of the law. A letter on October 16, 1878, from C. B. Graves, returns papers regarding the reward for the arrest of William McDonald. A letter on April 22, 1878, from H. L. Francis of Illinois asks Kansas Governor Anthony to state reasons for declining the requisition of James F. Peasley Jr. for the indictment of counterfeiting U. S. coin.


Criminal matters : Reward proclamations

Criminal matters : Reward proclamations
Creator: Kansas. Governor (1879-1883: Glick)
Date: 1883-1885
These are Governor's Proclamations, approved by Kansas Governor G. W. Glick, for rewards issued for the capture of criminals. Reward proclamations were issued for Charles Cobb, Clem Barefoot, Mike McCauley, J. W. Gaines, George Puckett, James Witt, L. H. Bowlus, Tom May, Oscar Halsell, Jack Anderson, Lewis Wample, James C. Pusey, and unknown criminals. The crimes range from obstruction of property, arson, and embezzlement to murder. The value of the rewards vary. Many of the criminals listed are the same criminals mentioned in the letters, requisitions, and documents in the other "Criminal Matters" files.


Frank Butler and Sam Berry, prisoners 9329 and 9632

Frank Butler and Sam Berry, prisoners 9329 and 9632
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: February 16, 1901
This photograph shows inmates Frank Butler, prisoner #9329 and Sam Berry, prisoner #9632. Frank Butler was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on April 24, 1900 from Neosho County, Kansas for concubinage. This was his second term at the penitentiary. Inmate Sam Berry was received at the penitentiary on January 7, 1901 from Kingfisher County, Oklahoma for embezzlement.


James W. Jaynes and Brant Peters, prisoners 9152 and 9068

James W. Jaynes and Brant Peters, prisoners 9152 and 9068
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: January 30, 1901
This photograph shows inmates James W. Jaynes, prisoner #9152 and Brant Peters, prisoner #9068. James W. Jaynes was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on November 17, 1899 from Clay County, Kansas for embezzlement. Inmate Brant Peters was received at the penitentiary on October 6, 1899 from Kay County, Oklahoma for burglary.


Jasper L. Nally and Wm. Sorden, prisoners 9594 and 9434

Jasper L. Nally and Wm. Sorden, prisoners 9594 and 9434
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: March 22, 1901
This photograph shows inmates Jasper L. Nally, prisoner #9594 and Wm. Sorden, prisoner #9434. Jasper L. Nally was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on December 11, 1900 from Finney County, Kansas for embezzlement. Inmate Wm. Sorden, also known by the surname Gorden, was received at the penitentiary on June 29, 1900 from Allen County, Kansas for concubinage.


John Bowden and Thomas Cottrell, prisoners 9638 and 8914

John Bowden and Thomas Cottrell, prisoners 9638 and 8914
Creator: Kansas. Dept. of Corrections
Date: January 23, 1901
This photograph shows inmates John Bowden, prisoner number 9638, and Thomas Cottrell, prisoner number 8914. John Bowden was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on January 23, 1901 from Edwards County, Kansas for embezzlement. Thomas Cottrell was received at the penitentiary on May 10, 1899 from Barber County, Kansas for abduction for the purpose of concubinage.


John Scott, prisoner 9731

John Scott, prisoner 9731
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: April 4, 1901
This photograph shows inmate John Scott, prisoner #9731. He was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on April 4, 1901 from McPherson County, Kansas for embezzlement. He was sentenced on March 12, 1901.


John S. Miles, prisoner 9661

John S. Miles, prisoner 9661
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: February 25, 1901
This photograph shows inmate John S. Miles, prisoner #9661. He was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on February 25, 1901 from Wilson County, Kansas for fraud and embezzlement.


M. H. Miller and William Hendon, prisoners 9621 and 8553

M. H. Miller and William Hendon, prisoners 9621 and 8553
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: February 16, 1901
This photograph shows inmates M.H. Miller, 9621, and William Hendon, 8553. M.H. Miller was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on December 26, 1900 from Logan County, Oklahoma for embezzlement. William Hendon was received at the penitentiary on May 11, 1898 from Lincoln County, Oklahoma for robbery.


Randolph Copeland and Wesley Hobbs, prisoners 7719 and 9481

Randolph Copeland and Wesley Hobbs, prisoners 7719 and 9481
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: February 16, 1901
This photograph shows inmates Randolph Copeland, 7719, and Wesley Hobbs, 9481. Randolph Copeland was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on March 23, 1896 from Wyandotte County, Kansas for murder. Wesley Hobbs was received at the penitentiary on October 3, 1900 from Clay County, Kansas for embezzlement.


R. W. Joyce and John Johnston, prisoners 9531 and 9138

R. W. Joyce and John Johnston, prisoners 9531 and 9138
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: February 16, 1901
This photograph shows inmates R.W. Joyce, 9531, and John Johnston, 9138. R.W. Joyce was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on November 9, 1900 from Sumner County, Kansas under false pretenses. John Johnston was received at the penitentiary on November 30, 1899 from Garfield County, Oklahoma for embezzlement.


Wesley Langford and John King, prisoners 9367 and 9400

Wesley Langford and John King, prisoners 9367 and 9400
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: February 4, 1901
This photograph shows inmates Wesley Langford, 9367, and John King, 9400. Wesley Langford was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on May 22, 1900 from Payne County, Oklahoma for grand larceny. John King was received at the penitentiary on June 6, 1900 from Cleveland County, Oklahoma for embezzlement.


Wm. Guinane and A. H. Frazier, prisoners 9181 and 9028

Wm. Guinane and A. H. Frazier, prisoners 9181 and 9028
Creator: Kansas State Penitentiary
Date: January 26, 1901
This photograph shows inmates Wm. Guinane, 9181, and A.H. Frazier, 9028. Wm. Guinane was received at the Kansas State Penitentiary on December 23, 1899 from Neosho County, Kansas for assault with intent to commit manslaughter. He was sentenced on December 16, 1899. A.H. Frazier was received at the penitentiary on September 23, 1899 from Kiowa County, Kansas for embezzlement.


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