APPLICATION to the Board of Commissioners appointed by the Governor of Ohio, under the Act of April 21,
1872, "To provide for the reparation and classification of the Morgan Raid Claims," for the transfer of the claim of
* Mary Clay residing at Chillicothe
in Ross County, alleged to have been improperly classified by the Board of
Commissioners heretofore appointed in pursuance of the Act of the Legislature, passed March 30, 1864, in the [double cross symbol] [blank]
Class of such Claims, and numbered [blank]
STATEMENT of Property taken, destroyed or injured * during the Morgan Raid through Ohio,
in July 1863, from the above named claimant, then residing in [blank]
County, Ohio. (See Note).
One Roan horse of the value of 130.00
One Roan horse value
9 yrs int-interest 70.20
Total $ 200.20
State of Ohio, County of Pike 88.
Before the subscriber, a Notary Public, (or Justice of the Peace) [crossed out] Judge of the Probate Court [written above] in and for said county, personally appeared the
above named Mary Clay who, after being duly sworn, says, that the above
statement is true in every material respect; that no payment has been made or compensation received in any way, or
from any source, for the whole or any part of said claim, that the said claim has not been transferred to any person
or persons; that the rates and prices charged are reasonable and just, and do not exceed the market rate or price of
the articles at the time and place stated; and that the following is a true and full statement of all the facts and circum-
stances attending the taking, injury or destroying of the said property.