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Products of this store will be shipped directly from Japan to your country. Products of this store will be shipped directly from Hong Kong to your country. Wallace, a barber and musician, played the violin at parties and other gatherings. He was born in Kentucky and was a freeman living in Fayette, Mississippi, according to the U.
Federal Census. Judge Frank A. Montgomery recorded his meeting with Wallace in his book Reminiscences of a Mississippian in Peace and War , published in [ available full-text at Google Book Search].
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The forces included two regiments of Colored soldiers, the 1st and 3rd Louisiana Native Guard. Wallace was a servant to the Union officers, and when the soldiers were to leave, they had planned to take Wallace with them, but Wallace requested and received a parole from his servant duties.
He had shown the parole certificate to Judge Montgomery. He is listed in the Slave Schedule as owning a 35 year old female; Wallace was one of 28 slave owners in Fayette, MS.