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Increase of Civil War pensions.

United States. Congress. House

Increase of Civil War pensions.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military dependents,
  • Military pensions,
  • Veterans

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIncrease of Civil War pensions, etc
    SeriesH.rp.818
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Invalid Pensions
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination3 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16147025M

      Docket books record the petitions, memorials, legislation, and other records referred to the committee during most of its history, while minute books document only the last years of its existence. The last minute book contains the minutes of the Committee on Pensions for the 47th and 48th Congress () as well as those of the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions .   Kathleen L. Gorman has written about Civil War pension systems and explains that the first system was put in place in for Union soldiers. The initial pensions were for soldiers disabled from their service. The wives and children of those killed on duty were also eligible to receive a monthly amount.

    Maudie Hopkins (December 7, – Aug ) was an American woman believed to be the last publicly known and identified surviving widow of a Civil War veteran. 4 External links. Born as Maudie Cecilia Acklin in Baxter County, Arkansas, she married William M. Cantrell (aged 86) on February 2, , when she was Cantrell had Born: Maudie Cecilia Acklin, December 7, . Civil War Pension Record Book. The Owsley County History and Genealogy Society announces the release of the new book, 'Civil War Pension Records of Owsley County, KY Veterans', Volume I. These are transcribed records, compiled, alphabetically into volumes. This first volume includes surnames A-B.

    Alabama Civil War Pension Records Description Barbour County Civil War Pensions, hosted at ALGenWeb Archives Project Application for the Relief of Confederate Soldier T. G. Loftin Application for Widow’s Pension Mrs. Emma Ellen [Fountain] Stephens Reclassification of Widow’s Pension Mrs. Emma Ellen [Fountain’ Stephens Application for the. The roll also includes several veterans and widows who were receiving pensions for service during the War of Civil War Pensioners on the Roll This online book gives the name of each Civil War pensioner for all Pennsylvania counties in , the cause for which pensioned (how wounded), the post-office address, the rate of pension per.


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Increase of Civil War pensions by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pension payments grew gradually over time starting with that $8/month for a completely disabled private in A law passed in increased the rate to a maximum of $30 a month for both Civil War and Increase of Civil War pensions. book War veterans. Funding such a. Page - The grateful thanks of the American people are due to the Union soldiers and sailors of the late war; and the Republican party stands pledged to suitable pensions for all who were disabled, and for the widows and orphans of those who died in the war.

The index cards refer to pension applications of veterans who served in the U.S. Army between and The majority of the records pertain to Civil War veterans. The indexing of this project has been provided by   Irene Triplett – the year-old daughter of a Civil War veteran – collects $ each month from her father's military pension.

The identity of Triplett was first reported by The Wall Street Journal in Author: Curt Mills. Later pension laws were based on length of service and disability not necessarily incurred in the service.

Beginning in women who were employed as nurses by the government were also eligible for pensions. Alabama. Alabama Civil War Pension Records; Arkansas.

Arkansas Civil War Pensions; California. Following the Civil War, pensions were initially granted under the "General Law" enacted on 22 July in an effort to recruit volunteers, and later expanded on 14 July as "An Act to Grant Pensions," which provided pensions for soldiers with war-related disabilities, and for widows, children under sixteen years of age, and dependent relatives of soldiers who.

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. The Confederate Pension Applications were transferred to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) from the Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts between and Even at the time of transfer, some application files were identified as missing.

Although the names and associated file numbers are known, the records. At the top of the form, check the box for the Full Pension Applicatiion File. Currently, the charge for copies of the full file are US$ There are also options to order a. This publication contains index cards for pension applications of veterans who served in the U.S.

Army between andincluding wars other than the Civil War. Records are sorted by units within regiments from each state in the Union. Find a soldier by searching on his name or browse by regiment.

Learn about his term of service, and use the information to request his pension. Civil War "Widows' Pensions" Total Records Records: 2, Complete: 21%Content Source The National Archives Record Group: 15 Published on Fold3 Octo Last Updated November 3, Description Approved pension applications of widows and other dependents of Civil War veterans who served between and After locating an entry in the Civil War Pension Index, researchers may follow the Images Online link to a scanned image of the index card itself.

This index card contains the name of the Civil War soldier (occasionally listed with alias) and the names of any dependents such as a. Civil War pensions, Prentiss County, Mississippi Unknown Binding – January 1, by Ruby Rorie (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, "Please retry" Author: Ruby Rorie. After the war ended, pension applications were submitted by widows and other dependents of Civil War veterans who served between and These records are for those pensions approved by the federal government.

The Dependent and Disability Pension Act was an important step in paving the way for the welfare reforms of the Progressive Era and New Deal. For a recent analysis of Civil War pensions that is similar to Rothbard’s, see Cogan (, 31–53).

— Patrick Newman. Although U.S. Civil War veterans had received pensions since and Southern state governments had provided their veterans with artificial limbs and veteran retirement homes since the end of the war, it was not until the s and early s that the elevens states of the former Confederacy enacted what can accurately be called pension systems.

Pensions were provided for Confederate veterans who were residents of North Carolina and who had lost a leg, eye, or arm, or who were incapacitated for manual labor while in the service of the Confederate States during the Civil War.

Widows of soldiers who were killed in service were entitled to the same benefits as long as they did not remarry. Approved pension case files of widows and other dependents of soldiers submitted between and and sailors between and Some files may be for service in the War with Spain.

The files are arranged numerically by certificate number. Original files are located at the National Archives in Record Gr Records of the Veterans Administration. The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies searchable multi-volume scanned Civil War book series United States Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, at FamilySearch (not yet complete).

Pension Records for Service in the United States Navy, – Pension Records for Service in the Regular Army, – Bounty-Land-Warrants for Military Service, to Military Service During the Mexican War, – Pensions for Soldiers Who Served During the Civil War, – Rev.

December. History of the Civil War Military Pensions, (Classic Reprint) [John William Oliver] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from History of the Civil War Military Pensions, This demand became all the more imperative because of the disturbed condition of the pension system in the southern states.

Shortly after hostilities began in the Author: John William Oliver. Moses Triplett died inmaking his family members eligible for his Civil War pension. Irene Triplett’s mother died in — leaving the daughter eligible.

USA Today notes that the last Civil War veteran died at age inand the last Civil War Author: Randy Lilleston.Civil War Pensions in Louisiana [Winston De Ville] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Civil War Pensions in Louisiana Author: Winston De Ville.