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  • Tags: Pensions (Civil War) ?

Lucretia Palmer (nee Maupin) searching for someone familiar with her marriage on King Maupin's place, near Rogersville, KY, about 1858. [Palmer presumably needed this testimony to apply for a Civil War widow's pension].

National Tribune Washington DC. May 31 1888.jp2
Martha A. Washington searching for addresses of officers or enlisted men who served with husband, George Washington, Co. B., 113th U.S.C.T. [Probably for a widow's pension claim]

National Tribune. Washington DC Dec 30 1909.jp2
Rev. Geo. Nicholas wants address of Lieutenant J.C. Haskell, Co. B. 54th U.S.C.T. [maybe related to a Civil War veteran's pension?]

Evening Bulletin. Maysville KY. Feb 19 1902.jp2
Mrs. Eliza Johnson searching for "colored" Civil War soldiers who were "inmates of the old hospital on Front street" in Maysville, KY. [Maybe to establish a Civil War widow's pension claim?]

Times-Promoter. Hernando MS. Feb 23 1906.jp2
Harvey Spalding & Sons (Washington, DC law firm) searching for Simon Smith, Co. B, 11th U.S. Colored Infantry, or his widow or heirs
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