4 edition of Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index found in the catalog.
Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index
Desmond Walls Allen
|Statement||compiled by Desmond Walls Allen.|
|LC Classifications||E494 .A492 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||87071975|
United States Mexican War Pension Index, , index & images. US Civil War. United States Records of Headstones of Deceased Union Veterans, , index & images; Arkansas Civil War Service Records of Confederate Soldiers, , index links to images; Arkansas Civil War Service Records of Union Soldiers, , index links. About Tennessee, Civil War Confederate Pension Applications Index This database is an index to approximat individuals who applied for Civil War Confederate pensions in Tennessee. These pension applicants were either Confederate soldiers or the widows of deceased soldiers.
In addition, the index contains a link to a digitized image of the index card itself, which will contain additional information on the individual, such as unit of service, date of filing, and application and certificate numbers for the pension case file housed at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington D.C. Allen, Desmond W. Arkansas’ damned Yankees: An Index to Union soldiers in Arkansas regiments. Conway, Ark.: Arkansas Research, Call # Local History Ref FA44 (2nd floor open shelf). See also Allen’s Arkansas Union solders pension application index Call # Local History Ref FA46 (2nd floor open shelf) Arkansas. Adjutant General.
In Tennessee established the Board of Pension Examiners to determine if Confederate veterans applying for pensions were eligible. Eligibility requirements included an inability to support oneself, honorable separation from the service, and residence in the state for one year prior to application. Index to Texas Confederate Pension Applications, - Texas Confederate Indigent Families, - Texas Adjutant General Service Records
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Arkansas Union Soldiers Pension Application Index. By Desmond Walls Allen, ISBN Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index book, pages, $ This volume contains an index to pension applications (approved & denied) filed by men who served in Arkansas Union units.
Union pensions were based on the military service unit of the veteran, so this index can be used to trace the. Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index [Allen, Desmond Walls] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index. Get this from a library. Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index. [Desmond Walls Allen] -- This volume contains an index to pension applications (approved & denied) filed by men who served in Arkansas Union units.
Union pensions were based on. Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Iowa, Call No. Microfilm Indicate surname(s) on call slip. Iowa. Adjutant General. Report of the Adjutant General and Acting Quartermaster General of the State of Iowa, Januto January 1, Des Moines: F.W.
Palmer. The granting of pensions for military service presented unique problems to the ex-Confederate states and the federal government after the Civil War. Before the war, small annual pensions and land grants had been given to qualifying veterans of the U.S.
military who had served in the Revolutionary War, the War ofand the Mexican War. What originally began as limited. In addition, the commission has the state's Confederate veteran or widow's pension applications and indexes to Confederate pension records for Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas.
In the Public Acts of Arkansas, Numberprovided that an enumeration of Confederate veterans residing in the state be made by each county's tax assessor. This book is an index to 21, Confederate veterans who applied for pensions from the State of Arkansas. Information includes: veteran's name, widow or mother's name, company, unit, year(s) of enrollment, county from which applied and death dates of the veteran and his widow.
Compiled this list of Arkansas Union Soldiers in THE ENTIRE VOLUME 9 of the EDITION of the NEWTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY BULLETIN published this list of these NORTHERN ARKANSAS UNION SOLDIERS. The Historical Society may still have this issue available, if you want to contact them.
Their website. Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, - Union (nearly million entries) from National Archives Microfilm Publication T Civil War Draft Registrations Records, (Union) Civil War Prisoner of War Records, How To Order Military & Pension Records for Union Civil War Veterans from the National Archives By Cyndi Ingle Howells.
Table of Contents My First Success Story The General Index to Pension Files, T NATF F National Archives Order for Copies of Federal Pension or Bounty Land Warrant Applications.
by Desmond Walls Allen Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index Jan 1, by Desmond Walls Allen Index to the Sharp County record newspaper, Evening Shade, Arkansas, Jan 1, by Desmond Walls Allen Paperback. Out of Print--Limited Availability. Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index by Desmond Walls Allen "This book contains an index to the nearly 3, men who enlisted or signed up to enlist in the spring and summer ofin two units of volunteer infantry recruited from Arkansas"--Introd., p.
3 Arkansas death record index, by Desmond Walls Allen. 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. Faulkner County, Arkansas personal property tax book; Arkansas Union soldiers pension application index; Beginner's guide to family history research; First Arkansas Union Cavalry; First Arkansas Union Infantry; First Arkansas Union Light Artillery; First Batallion six.
Arkansas Union Soldiers Pension Application Index compiled by Desmond Walls Allen (D.W. Allen, ) Compendium of the Confederate Armies, 11 vols., by Stewart Sifakis (Facts on File, ) Confederate Arkansas: The People and Policies of a Frontier State in Wartime by Michael B.
Dougan (University of Alabama Press, ). - Arkansas Civil War Service Records of Union Soldiers, at FamilySearch — index; Pension records [edit | edit source] An Index to Pension Applications of veterans who served in the US Army between is available on FamilySearch.
Each card gives the soldier’s name, application and certificate numbers, state of. Author of Faulkner County, Arkansas personal property tax book, Index to the Sharp County record newspaper, Evening Shade, Arkansas,Arkansas Confederate pension applications from Carroll, Baxter, Boone, Madison, Marion, Newton and Searcy counties, Arkansas Confederate pension applications from Ashley, Bradley, Cleveland.
Not all veterans received a pension. Find the application or pension numbers you need in order to request Union pension records (pension files). The actual files have not been microfilmed, but the indexes are available at the FamilySearch, fold3 and Search the index General Index to Pension Files, – It is alphabetical.
Arkansas Civil War Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls. 2 Comments / Arkansas, Military. Arkansas Confederate and Union Soldiers Burial Places (hosted at Couch GenWeb) U.S.\uC Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files\uC The first pension law for Union widows, orphans and disabled soldiers was enacted in Later acts were less stringent, but untildeath and disability were the only grounds for a pension.
The Act ofgranted service-based pensions to most veterans of. Note: The Consolidated Index to all Confederate service records is also available.
This is a combined index for all states. TSLA also has service records for each Tennessee soldier, Confederate and Union, and for Kentucky Union Size: 59KB.6th (Monroe’s) Arkansas Cavalry Company D. This company was organized at Washington, Hempstead county, Arkansas, onby Captain Americus V.
Rieff, and enlisted in Confederate service on Initially assigned to the 13th Battalion Arkansas Cavalry, it became a part of the 6th Arkansas Cavalry on September 1,when the battalion was .The Arkansas State Archives has a wide variety of types of records.
From this page you can search for county records, military records, maps, newspapers, land records, church records, manuscript materials on microfilm, and the State Archives' vertical and printed ephemera files.