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Missouri Confederate pensions and Confederate home applications index

Peggy Barnes Fox

Missouri Confederate pensions and Confederate home applications index

by Peggy Barnes Fox

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Published by Hill College Press in Hillsboro, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Missouri,
  • United States,
  • Confederate States of America
    • Subjects:
    • Military pensions -- Missouri -- Indexes.,
    • Military pensions -- Confederate States of America -- Indexes.,
    • Military pensions -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Indexes.,
    • Veterans -- Missouri -- Registers.,
    • Missouri -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.,
    • Missouri -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled and edited by Peggy Barnes Fox.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE548 .F68 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination51 p. :
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1019468M
      ISBN 100912172363
      LC Control Number96077386
      OCLC/WorldCa36223527

      Index to Texas Confederate Pension Applications, ; Confederate Indigent Families Lists, VIRGINIA. Library of Virginia Archives Division East Broad Street Richmond, VA Telephone: In Virginia began granting pensions to Confederate veterans or their widows. The records are on microfilm. Online at. Browse Confederate pension files and applications for admission to the Confederate soldiers’ home in Higginsville, Missouri. The home was open for infirm and dependent Confederate veterans and their wives, widows, and orphans. The pension files relate to veterans living in Missouri, although they may have enlisted or served in another state.

      Missouri, Civil War Service Records of Union Soldiers, Civil War Provost Marshal Index Database Missouri's Union Provost Marshal Papers: - Confederate Pension Applications & Soldiers Home Applications Selected Items on the Civil War in Missouri Audrain County, Missouri Draft Records, Missouri. Series Confederate Pension Applications, The records in this series document the military service and post-war quality of life of thousands of former Confederate soldiers and sailors, their widows and wartime servants residing in Mississippi.

      Unfortunately, few applications for Confederate pensions under any of the pre acts survive either at the state or local level. Act No. , S.C. Acts established a Confederate Pension Department under the direction of a commissioner and a seven-member board and required all existing pensioners to reapply. Tennessee, Civil War Confederate Pension Applications Index (at ) Texas. Texas State Library and Archives Commission Index to Texas Confederate Pension Applications, Confederate Indigent Families Lists, Alabama, Texas and Virginia, Confederate Pensions, (at ).


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Missouri Confederate pensions and Confederate home applications index by Peggy Barnes Fox,Hill College Press edition, in English. These records are digital images of Confederate pension files and applications for admission to the Confederate soldiers' home acquired from the Missouri Department of Records and Archives in Jefferson City, Missouri.

The applications are arranged in alphabetical order on 27 reels of 35mm microfilm. The pensions are for Confederate veterans who were living in Missouri, although they. The applications are arranged in alphabetical order.

The pensions are for Confederate veterans who were living in Missouri, although they may have enlisted from another state. The Confederate Soldiers’ Home in Higginsville, Missouri, was open for infirm and dependent former Confederate soldiers and sailors, their wives, widows, and orphans.

The Missouri Confederate Pensions and Confederate Home Applications Index is a new book prepared by Peggy Barnes Fox, assistant director of the Confederate Research Center at Hill College.

Missouri, Confederate Pension Applications and Soldiers Home Applications [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications Index ; Louisiana Confederate Pensions (at ) MISSISSIPPI.

Mississippi Department of Archives and History P.O. Box Jackson, MS Telephone: In Mississippi began granting pensions to indigent Confederate veterans or their widows.

Severe funding difficulties led to the state of Missouri taking over financial control of the home inbut a board of trustees made up of Confederate veterans continued to oversee its operation. Johnny Graves, the last surviving Missouri Confederate veteran, died at the home File Size: KB.

Confederate pension applications and applications for admission to the Confederate Home are also available. Accumulated files number only approximately one-half of the repor men who served from Missouri.

Civil War Refugees in the Ozarks: Some basic sources for Genealogist and Historians. Missouri Militia, Missouri Confederate Pension Applications and Soldiers Home Applications, from FamilySearch Missouri's Union Provost Marshal Papers Index to Descriptive Recruitment Lists of Volunteers for the United States Colored Troops for the State of Missouri, (from NARA Microfilm Publication M).

Buy Missouri Confederate pensions and Confederate home applications index by Peggy Barnes Fox (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Peggy Barnes Fox. The Index to Confederate Pension Applications provides the names, counties of residence, and pension numbers of 54, approved, rejected, and home pensions issued by the Texas government between and Confederate Pension Applications Index.

The Confederate Pension Applications Collection consists of alphabetically arranged pension applications for pensions that were granted to veterans and widows beginning inand are recorded on reels of microfilm. This index contains o names that were included in the applications.

Please consider sharing any transcribed pension applications. to benefit all researchers to come. Submit Missouri Civil War pension files to the Missouri. Civil War Pensions Project Coordinator: Mark Anderson.

Volunteers Needed. We are looking for volunteers who will coordinate each state's Civil War Pension records. Index of Confederate Pension Applications, Commonwealth of Kentucky (Frankfort, KY: Division of Archives and Records Management, Department of Library and Archives, ).

none were granted to widows. Missouri also had a home for disabled Confederate veterans. The pension and veterans' home applications are interfiled and arranged.

Missouri Confederate Pension Applications - Polk County: Missouri Pensions for Ex-Confederate Soldiers were approved 23 April An applicant was required to have been a resident of the state two years prior to making application. An applicant was not required to have served from Missouri. Missouri State Archives Missouri Union Provost Marshal Papers: Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications: Soldiers and Widows Tennessee Confederate Soldiers' Home Applications.

Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionaires (Confederate and Union) Tennessee Confederate Physicians. Texas. Introduction to the Index of. He is pictured in the front of the "almost new" book, "Missouri Confederate Pensions and Confederate Home Applications Index." Publ by Hill College Press, Hillsboro, TX.

Completed about He drew the pension. I have a copy of the papers. His parents were THOMAS DYSON and ANNA ROBY b. In Mississippi began granting pensions to indigent Confederate veterans or their widows.

A published index is available in many libraries. In Missouri began granting pensions to indigent Confederate veterans only; none were granted to widows. Missouri also had a home for disabled Confederate veterans.

About Mississippi, Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension Applications, This collection includes Confederate veterans and widows pension applications from Mississippi. You can learn more about this collection at the FamilySearch website.Missouri Confederate Pensions and Confederate Home Applications Index History of St.

Bartholomew’s Parish, Pittsboro, North Carolina Church book of the Brethren’s Congregation at Beersheba on the Westside of the Muskingum River opened in the year of our Lord, (Clay Township, Tuscarawas County, Ohio).Memorandum of Service, J.

M. Upton, Confederate pension file no.roll 15; MSA, Jefferson City. Missouri Confederate Pensions Applications, Office of the Adjutant General. Record Group ; Missouri State Archives, Jefferson City. Return to Citation Template List: Missouri Confederate Veterans Home.