[Granting pension to John W. Caldwell.]

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The agencies listed below are repositories for Confederate pension records. The veteran was eligible to apply for a pension to the State in which he lived, even if he served in a unit from a different State.

Generally, an applicant was eligible for a pension only if he was indigent or disabled. In your letter to the repository, state the Confederate veteran's name, his widow's. Steve Malanga writes in his new book Shakedown, "State and local governments used tax surpluses and the s stock-market rise to gold-plate pension programs, with disastrous effect once the stock boom ended." He reports that by these pension programs.

March 6, Deed book 4, Page 4 Charlotte Co., VA John Hightower of Amelia Co., to Dury Burge of Dinnwiddie Co. acres in Charlotte Co., Price Pounds MaDeed B Page 87 Amelia Co., VA Burwell (Burrell) Burge of the Province of SC, to Dury Burge of Dinwiddie Co., VA acres received by him in will of William Burge.

Stephen Grover Cleveland was born on Main Caldwell, New Jersey, to Ann (née Neal) and Richard Falley Cleveland. Cleveland's father was a Congregational and Presbyterian minister who was originally from Connecticut. His mother was from Baltimore and was the daughter of a bookseller.

On his father's side, Cleveland was descended from English ancestors, the first of the family Preceded by: Benjamin Harrison.

John Farrar was a "yellow" complexioned soldier who enlisted in the Revolution from Goochland County (called John Farrow) [NSDAR, African American Patriots, ].

John Farrar was a "Mulatto" taxable in Powhatan County from to [PPTL,fra 32, 46, 60, 77]. - John J. 18 July - 29 Jan md Barbara BRONDER Sep - Franz b. 22 Apr John J. and Barbara BRONDER had the following children: John J. b Jun - Elizabeth M.

Nov md. Nicholas JACOBS - Mathilda B. Apr md. Joseph KARL - Mary R.

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Oct. Polk Township, Montgomery County, poll book,SMC This poll book from Polk Township, Montgomery County, Arkansas, was used for an October 3,general election, in which few men voted.

Daily Southern Cross, 6 NovemberPage 5. —granting a pension, to John B. Rose, of Indiana No. —granting a peusion to Mary Armstrong No. ^to authorize the Secretary of the Interior to make partition of the reser-vation of Me-8hin-go-nae sia, a Miami Indian chief.

—granting a pension to John Carbaugh, a private of company A. (The book “Christian Lesnett Genealogy” also mentions a John Boyce and a Rachel, who died in infancy. The genealogy also says that Elizabeth married a man named Houch, but that may have happened after Christy wrote his will in December ) In the Census, Christian Lesnet is listed in North Sewickley Township, Beaver County, Pa.

Buckner is thought to have been the son of John B. ABERNATHY who died testate, his will dated 17 Feband recorded in Brunswick County, Virginia (Will Book 8, page 79): In the name of God Amen. My Ancestor, Thomas Hubbard, was in the Battle of Brandywine (Pension S) and I have written a book about him that includes his service in the 1st Virginia Regiment at the battle.

He served throughout the War, – Fold3 was a very valuable resource in my research. John was born at Baldwin Co., Georgia, on 29 Aug Employment* John's occupation: farmer.

Death of Father: 25 Oct His father Daniel Peek Culpepper died on 25 Oct at Baldwin Co., Georgia. Census: 1 Jun John was probably a free white male, age under 5, in Mary Ann Corley 's houshold, on the Census at Monroe Co., Georgia.

Certificate of Pension issued the 8th day of Sept. ’34 and sent to Jabez Dabney, Jamestown Tenn Arrears to the 4th of Sept ’34 ; $ Revolutionary Claim, Act June 7, Recorded by J T Sprague Clerk, Book 6 Vol 7 Page 90 (end of page 2) State of Tennessee} Fentress County} on this the 20th day of July Caldwell, John.

But the pension was granted, and the Widow Mary E. Fouts died 25 Apr in Osborne, Kansas. [John A. Fouts was the son of David R. Fouts and Sarah Mast, both of whom were born in Ashe Co., N,C Ancestry C paternally, possibly C also maternally.] JOHN W.

FOUTS - Pvt., Co. “Cash Book, Wadsworth Post, No. Record of expenditures and receipts of Post 7 members. One volume. Approx.

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pages. Box Letter Press Volume () & Miscellaneous Journals Letter Press Book of W.O. Rigby, Postmaster at Topeka, Kansas. February 9, – June 9, Also includes several carbons. That she is the guardian of GEORGE H. CALDWELL a MARY JANE CALDWELL a LYDIA A. CALDWELL aged 10 and EMMA C. CALDWELL aged 9 years whose father was a 2nd LIEUTENANT in Co "C" commanded by Captain E.

Bartlette, in the TWELFTH Regiment of WEST VIRGINIA Volunteers, in the war ofand that the said JOSEPH CALDWELL was KILLED IN.

Full text of "History of Leavenworth County Kansas" See other formats. Full text of "Genealogy of the Wilson-Thompson families: being an account of the descendants of John Wilson, of County Antrim, Ireland, whose two sons, John and William, founded homes in Bucks County, and of Elizabeth McGraudy Thompson, who with her four sons came from Ireland and settled in Bucks County about " See other formats.

South Dakota World War I Book (H) Correspondence, Correspondence to and from Wright Tarbell regarding the South Dakota World War I book. Box A United States.

Chief of Military History (MF ) Official Lineage and Battle Honors Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, th Field Artillery Group and d Field Artillery Battalion. Monroe County Indiana Book of Deed Records -Book 4, Grantor Payne, John W.

- Grantee Huff, M. - Record - Book T Page Monroe County Indiana Book of Deed Records -Book 4, Grantor Payne, Isiah J. - Grantee Payne, John W. - Record - - Book W Page Smith, John W. 15 Jan 5 Sept Smith, Margaret E., wife of John W.

Smith 27 June 13 Jan Smith, Mary (Farmer) no dates Smith, Moses Riley no dates Smith, William no date age 3 years Starr, D. 22 Jan 17 Sept Starr, Elsie Marie 5 April 27 May Starr, Pherbia, wife of D.W.

6 May 21 May   Dean Families of South-central Pennsylvania, About to Preface. The paper below is one I wrote in early At that point in time I had been searching Huntingdon Co., PA and surrounding counties for evidence of my ancestor, George Dean, for about four years.

The references in the index are to page numbers. Book A is Book 2, volume 1; Book B refers to Book 2, volume 4. Copies of Images: The books have now both been scanned, and copies of the images are available.

To order a copy, please contact the County Historian's Office. Drury's pension file consists of a total of 39 pages of information including a title page which bears his name and the pension number (W). The page numbers listed in the following transcription are per the order of the pages as they appear in the M microfilm.

However, the pages are listed below in chronological order for easier. Descendants of William Going Generation No. 1 1. W ILLIAM 1 G OING was born 13 Sep in Rockingham County, Virginia (Source: National Archives,Revolutionary War Pension Application, M, Pesnion # W.7, Pages 18 andPage 18 shows photo of Hymns and Spiritual Songs in Three Books by I.

Watts, D.D. and page 19 list the names Woodson was born 2 Nov. A sketch devoted to him will be found elsewhere in this book. Luther H. Caldwell is another notable citizen whose memory will not become beclouded by the passage of time. He was for a number of years a leading merchant, having succeeded his father, John H.

Caldwell, in that capacity. He was a man of high integrity, beloved of our people. CHARLES BOWLES, (says his biographer, Rev. John W. Lewis,) "was born in Boston, His father was an African; his mother was a daughter of the celebrated Col.

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Morgan, who was distinguished as an officer in the Rifle Corps of the American army, during the revolutionary struggle for independence. Copy from old letter book, which letter pertained to several other pensioners: "War Dept., Pen. Office, Feb, to Hon. French, H.

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