|Joseph S. Sanchez endorsement for
appointment as U. S. Marshal for the
Eastern District of Florida 1831
The Territorial Papers of the U.S.
endorses Joseph S. Sanchez' appointment as U. S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Florida in 1831:
"To His Excellency Andrew Jackson, President of the United States1
"The subscribers Citizens of East Florida, beg leave to recommend Joseph S. Sanchez, Esquire, for the appointment of
United States' Marshal for the Eastern District of Florida made vacant by the lamented death of Waters Smith Esquire.
"They further state that they have known Mr. Sanchez who is a native Floridian for a long period, many of them from his
infancy, that he has several times been elected as a member of the Legislative Council of the Territory, and that they
have a high confidence in his integrity to discharge the duties of the Situation to the advantage of the District and with
credit to himself and the Government.
Section 2 of Subscribers to Recommendation
[Endorsed] Marshal E. Florida Sanchez, Jos. S. recomd by Francis Gue, Thos. Andrew &c.
Ed Note: There is also a third section of names with this recommendation
1 The Territorial Papers of the U.S., Vol XXIV, Compiled & Edited by Clarence E. Carter
|Ramon Leon Sanchez
||Henry H. Geiger
||F. M. Arredondo
||Anto J. Triay
||Edwd S. Aldrich
||Wm B. Ross
||R. D. Fontane
||W. T. Perpall
||Robt H. Eason
||John R. Mitchell
||Pedro A. Maestre
|Nathl C. Scobie
|John C. Huther
|Reuben H. Pinkham
||R. L. Sanchez
|Wm. S. Donaldson
|Jose A. Llambias
|George C. Acosta
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