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|Creator:||Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission|
|Title:||A. J. Barnett|
|Date:||1960 July 7-1960 Aug. 2|
Records collected by the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission on A. J. Barnett, an eighty-five year-old retired African American man living in Hattiesburg, Forrest County, Mississippi. Barnett's July 7, 1960 to become a notary public in Forrest County triggered an investigation by the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission. Letters back from the sheriff's office and clerk of court indicate that Barnett was a property owner in Hattiesburg, did not have a criminal record, did have a judgement against him of nearly seven dollars, and was not a registered voter in the county. A report by commission director Albert Jones to the office of governor Ross Barnett indicates A. J. Barnett was not eligible to be a notary public because he was not a registered voter.
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|Types:||Application forms | Letters (correspondence) | Reports | Text|
|Subjects:||Jones, Albert N. | Jones, Albert N.--Correspondence | Barnett, A. J. | African American men--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Retirees--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Voter registration--Mississippi--Hattiesburg | Governmental investigations--Mississippi | Sheriffs--Mississippi--Forrest County | Criminal records--Mississippi--Forrest County | Notaries--Mississippi--Forrest County | Notaries--Disqualification--Mississippi--Forrest County | United States, Mississippi, Hattiesburg | United States, Mississippi, Forrest County|
|Collection:||Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006, Folders|
|Institution:||Mississippi Department of Archives and History|
|Contributors:||Mississippi. Department of Archives and History|
from A. J. Barnett, Sovereignty Commission records, Mississippi Department of Archives and History
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Forms part of Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006
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