A handcuffed and angry-looking Lewis Payne, also known as Lewis Powell, after his arrest as an associate of John Wilkes Booth in the Lincoln assassination plot. He attacked Secretary of State William H. Seward but did not complete the murder. 1865. (Army)
Powell in wrist irons aboard the monitor USS Saugus- Lewis Thornton Powell (April 22, 1844 – July 7, 1865), also known as Lewis Paine or Payne- Lewis Powell was born in Randolph County, Alabama on April 22, 1844 to a Baptist minister, George Cader, and his young wife Patience Caroline Powell. The youngest of eight children, he spent the first three years of his life in Randolph County before his father was ordained and the family moved to Stewart County, Georgia.
Decidedly mixed feelings about this one. On the one hand, JAY-zuss will ya look at that punim!-On the other hand, he was a deranged 19th century psychopath. So definitely, on that date? Bring mad money. Lewis Payne.