Indiana Civil War Pensions

Indiana Pension Records Boone County Houk, William , Application Abstract Clark County Anderson, James Brady, Levi , Widow’s Application & Misc. Elkhart County McFarren, James, Widow’s Application Grant County Boyer, Amandus , Invalid Application Abstract Delaney, John , Invalid Application & Abstracts Hancock County Manning,  Joel , Invalid Application & Misc. Howard County Atkisson, James W. , Invalid Application & Misc. Brass,



Civil War Pensions By State

This collection references specific pension records freely available through different project websites online. The pension law governing claims based on death or disability from military service was passed on 14 July 1862. Later pension laws were based on length of service and disability not necessarily incurred in the service. Beginning in 1892 women who were employed as nurses by the government were also eligible for pensions.



Georgia Civil War Pensions

All pages listed, hosted at USGenWeb Archives Project Georgia Babb, Tillman L. Invalid Application Babb, William A. Widow’s Application & Misc. Badger, George M. Widow’s Application Extracts Ballard, James Pope , Daughters’ Application Extracts Boyd, W. L. E. , Widow’s Application Boyd, William , Invalid Application Brewer, John Wesley , Invalid, Widow’s Applications & Misc



Florida Civil War Pensions

Florida Florida Confederate Pension Application Files Index Alachua County Baker County Bay County Bradford County Brevard County Broward County Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay Columbia Dade DeSoto Dixie Duval Escambia Flagler Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake Lee Leon Levy Liberty Madison Manatee Marion



Arkansas Civil War Pensions

Arkansas (following hosted at USGenWeb Archives Pension Project Civil War ) Widow’s Application Abstract Johnson County Alverson, Joseph Pike County Townsend, William S. Invalid Widow’s Applications & Misc. Scott County Bates, Martin Stephen Cates, William F. Davis, William T. Lynch, John B. McClain, George W. McKay, Andrew C. Miner, Maston Speights, William Levi Williams, Elias



Alabama Civil War Pension Records

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 Relief of Confederate Soldier, J. W. Stephens Application



Georgia War of 1812 Pensions

Pension application files for most War of 1812 veterans, however, will be found in the second series of pension files, i.e., those based on the acts of 1871 and 1878. These acts, based on length of service alone, relate mostly to militia veterans called to federal service. The 1871 act provided pensions to veterans who



Alabama War of 1812 Pensions

Pension application files for most War of 1812 veterans, however, will be found in the second series of pension files, i.e., those based on the acts of 1871 and 1878. These acts, based on length of service alone, relate mostly to militia veterans called to federal service. The 1871 act provided pensions to veterans who



General Index of Pension Files, 1861-1934

The National Archives have microfilm publication of a general index to pension files. The pension applications to which this index applies relate chiefly to Army, Navy, and Marine Corps service performed between 1861 and 1916. Most of the records relate to Civil War service; some relate to earlier service by Civil War veterans; others relate



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