Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index

from data compiled by Alicia Simpson : supplementary index by Michael L. Cook

Publisher: Cook & McDowell Publications in Hartford, Ky

Written in English
Published: Pages: 95 Downloads: 540
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  • Kentucky,
  • United States,
  • Kentucky.

Subjects:

  • Confederate States of America. Army -- Registers.,
  • Military pensions -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865.,
  • Military pensions -- Kentucky.,
  • Kentucky -- Genealogy.

Edition Notes

Statementby Michael L. Cook.
ContributionsSimpson, Alicia., Kentucky. Division of Archives and Records Management.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE564.3 .C66
The Physical Object
Pagination95 p. ;
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4128510M
LC Control Number80105518

Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Pension Applications. Pages, x11, Full Name Index, Perfect Bound, New Condition. This book contains information abstracted from approximat pensions applications from ex-confederate servicemen and their widows living in Arkansas after the Civil War. A researcher's cornucopia, publication includes. The amount of each pension depended upon the veteran's military rank and level of disability. Pensions given to widows, orphans, and other dependents of deceased soldiers were always figured at the rate of total disability according to the military rank .   Yes, you read the title correctly. The census. The one that was almost entirely destroyed. Although the vast majority of the population schedule is gone forever, there is a part that mostly survived: the Special Schedule of Union Veterans and Their Widows (AKA “the Civil War Veterans Census.”). Tennessee Colored Confederate Veteran Pension Applications by Pat Spurlock Elder, EE43; The Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Home: Marching Out of the Mist Into the Light by Judith A. Strange, ES77; Tennessee Confederate Soldiers and Widows Pension Applications, Microfilm [State Library and Archives index to TN Confederate Pension.

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,File Size: 59KB. Confederate Pension Rawley S Wilson # I, Rawley S Wilson, am a citizen of Kentucky, resident at Carrollton, in the County of Carroll, in the State of Kentucky and was a soldier from the State of Kentucky, in the war of the United States and the Confederate States and I do hereby apply for aid under the Act of the General Assembly of Kentucky entitled “An Act granting . Related Union records on include Veteran’s Administration Pension Payment Cards (), Remarried Widows Index to Pension Applications () and Index to General Correspondence of the Pension Office (). In addition, a five-volume list of pension rolls is digitized on and free via Google. The digitization of important primary source materials continues apace. Yesterday, the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives announced that its Confederate pensions holdings are now online. Kentucky never formally seceded from the Union, and didn't get around to establishing a pension program for Confederate veterans and their widows until

Encoded Archival Description. Biography or History: South Carolina began granting pensions to needy Confederate veterans and their widows in , but initially limited the pensions to veterans who were disabled by loss of limb or other injury during the war and widows of soldiers or sailors who had died in service. Both had to meet means tests, which were made even . Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows Electronic Card Index Index to Confederate Veteran Magazine Index to Virginia Confederate Rosters Robert E. Lee Camp Confederate Soldiers' Home Applications for Admission Selected Civil War Resources in the Personal Papers and Military Records Collections at the Library of Virginia Using Virginia. Each of the former Confederate States of America and the states of Kentucky, Missouri, and Oklahoma eventually gave pensions to their respective resident Confederate veterans and widows of veterans. When a veteran or widow lived in a state not giving confederate pensions, usually the state from which the veteran served provided the Size: KB.

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Pension records for the soldiers or their widows from Kentucky who served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War are contained in this index. Most former Confederate states provided relief payments to veterans or widows because the Confederacy was dissolved after the war leaving no central government agency to distribute pensions.

Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index: From data compiled by Alicia Simpson: supplementary index [Cook, Michael L] on *FREE* Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index book on qualifying offers. Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index: From data compiled by Alicia Simpson: supplementary indexAuthor: Michael L Cook.

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Division of Archives and Records Management.] -- "Information herein is from the index of Confederate Pension Applications, and the inventory of Confederate Pension Applications, as.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index by Michael L. Cook,Cook & McDowell Publications edition, in EnglishPages: 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. Kentucky Confederate Pensions County Search. Application record: Passed by the Kentucky General Assembly on March 4,the Confederate Pension Act provided aid to indigent and disabled Confederate veterans and their some cases, the application and supporting documents are the only surviving records of a soldier's service.

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.

Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index book index contains o names that were included in the applications. From data compiled by Alicia Simpson with a supplementary index by Michael L. Cook (). Alphabetical index lists the name of the applicant, whether the veteran or his widow, the maiden name of the widow if stated on the pension application, the county of residence at the time the application was made, date application was received, and the application number assigned.

Texas Confederate Pension Applications, (at Ancestry/requires payment) includes digitized images (for veterans or their widows resident in Texas since who were disabled or indigent) Texas Muster Roll Index Cards, (at Ancestry/requires payment) includes digitized images of the index cards.

About the Confederate Pension Rolls, Veterans and Widows Database. Related Resources | Search Tips. About the Collection. The Virginia General Assembly passed Confederate pension acts in, andand a series of supplementary acts between and Confederate Veterans or their Widows Who Applied for a pension in Pendleton County, Kentucky Submitted and transcribed by Bonnie Snow Wayside Farewell by Mort Künstler Please Note: Undoubtedly there were more Confederate Pensioners or their widows from Pendleton County; these were the ones I found in books or on film.

An index to the files, showing name of applicant, husband's name (for a widow's application), residence, date of application, and application number, has been published in book form - Alicia Simpson, Kentucky Confederate Veteran and Widows Pension Index, Utica, KY: McDowell Publications, This index book is available in many Kentucky.

Some of the former Confederate states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia authorized pensions to veterans and their widows.

Each state had its own regulations which applicants had to meet. The files are grouped under the soldier's name. The pensioner's name (typically the widow's) is searchable, often giving her maiden name as well. Children's names and other dependents' names are searchable as well.

Case files include where and when a man served, details of his service, his life before the war, and his family, including information about his widow, children. Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky. Confederate Kentucky Volunteers War [Reprint] Utica, Kentucky: Cook & McDowell, Added index.

Call No. Local History Ref EK45 (2nd floor open shelf). Simpson, Alicia. Kentucky Confederate Veteran and Widows Pension Index.

Hartford, Ky.: Cook & McDowell, U.S., Confederate Service Records,index and images, ($). Kentucky, Civil War Service Records of Union Soldiers, Index and images.

Kentucky, Confederate Pension Applications, Index and images. United States Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War, — index and images; Kentucky Confederate.

Alberta Martin, one of the last known Confederate war widows and the last widow whose marriage to a Confederate soldier produced offspring. She died Gertrude Janeway, last known widow of a Union veteran of the Civil War.

She died Janu Irene Triplett, daughter of Mose Triplett, is the last known Civil War pension Born: Maudie Cecilia Acklin, December 7. Kentucky Confederate Veteran and Widows Pension Index. Hartford, KY: Cook & McDowell, Call # vUBK4 S Sons of the Revolution, Kentucky Society.

Year book, Kentucky Society, Sons of the American Revolution: containing a roll of the officers of Virginia line who received land bounties, a roll of the Revolutionary pensioners in. Confederate Veterans or their Widows who applied for a Pension in Bracken County, Kentucky Submitted and transcribed by Bonnie Snow.

The Parting by John Paul Strain. Please Note: Undoubtedly there were more Confederate Pensioners or their widows from Pendleton County; these were the ones I found in books or on film. Confederate Pensioners of Kentucky: Pension Applications of the Veterans & Widows, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Confederate Pensioners of Kentucky: Pension Applications of the Veterans & Widows, Manufacturer: Gateway. Index to Confederate Soldier & Widows Indigent Pension Applications for Todd County: Kentucky: Karen Combs: jtxt: Jackson, Jarvis (Widow's Pension) 47th Ky Volunteer Infantry, Co.

"C" Kentucky: Randy Jackson: jtxt: Johnson, Samuel (Widow's Pension) 49th Ky Volunteer Infantry, Co. "F" Kentucky: Roberta Whitacre. is available on the Genealogy Index Search Site. Col. Harry Rene Lee. 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. The Confederate Pension Act was passed by the Kentucky General Assembly in March to provide aid to indigent and disabled Confederate veterans and their widows.

Any Confederate veteran or widow of a veteran living in Kentucky in or after could apply for a pension, regardless of the state in which he resided or the unit in which he. Kentucky Confederate veteran and widows pension index Cook, Michael L.

Read. Guidebook and suggestions for an active genealogical society Cook, Michael L. Read. Index to Perry County, a history, by Thomas James de la Hunt2 books State Historical Society of Wisconsin., 2 books Willis, Geo. L., 1 book Judith Walley Winget, 1 book Samuel.

The Last Union and Confederate Widows. This is an all-inclusive, alphabetical listing of those listed in the Washington County Will Book Index, Books A-W for the years Included is the description of the entry (Will, Inventory, List of Sales, Administrative Settlement, Allot Dower, Executors Settlement, Division of Estate.

Confederate pensions were issued at the state level, rather than the national level like Union pensions, so records are held by the state in which they were issued.

Confederate veterans and their widows applied for a pension in the state where they lived, even if the soldier enlisted in a different state. Kentucky Military Records. USA (1,) > Kentucky (39,) > Kentucky Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry.

A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been Commissioned, in the Army of the United States Ancestry. Abstract of Pension Papers of Soldiers of the Revolutionary War, War ofand Indian Wars, Who Settled in.

Texas State Library and Archives. Brazos St. Austin, TX Mail: P.O. Box Austin, TX Tel: Fax: Email TSLAC. The Confederate pension system even more so than the Union side relied on patronage.

Confederate veterans had to produce comrades who would swear to their “honorable” service. If the veteran did not subscribe to the ideals of the Lost Cause, finding such comrades could be difficult.

And the system lasted long after the myth was prevalent. 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. Kentucky Confederate Pension Applications – Digitized at Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives are 9, names listed. This is an all-inclusive, alphabetical listing of those listed in the Washington County Will Book Index, Books A-W for the years Included is the description of the entry (Will, Inventory, List of Sales.Kentucky was a border state during the Civil War.

Its legislators preferred neutrality at the beginning of the war, since it had strong ties to both sides. In the election, most of the state congressional seats went to Union sympathizers. In Septembera Confederate army went into Kentucky, thus breaking its neutrality, and a Union army followed.&#;During the war.

As you read this editorial, keep in mind that the Confederate Veteran, by its own masthead, officially represented (1) the United Confederate Veterans, (2) the United Daughters of the Confederacy, (3) the Sons of Veterans (i.e., the SCV), and other groups.