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Page 110

...that his wife's name was Rezina [Rosina] Hartman, to whom he was married at Bath, Canada, on the 9th day of August, 1831;...

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 110

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

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Gratiot Street Prison

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 25

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

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Gratiot Street Prison

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 23

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 8

Gratiot Street Prison

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 8

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 2

Gratiot Street Prison

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

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Gratiot Street Prison

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 5

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 2

Colored soldier

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 9

Guerrillas

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 9

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 8

Cotton

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 8

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

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Cotton

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 6

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 4

Gold

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 4

by vbetts - 18 Mar 2014

Page 85

...Hulda T. B. Gaylord aged 50 years, a resident of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsylvania... [dated November 15, 1890]

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 85

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

Page 83

The reason Mr. Luther Gaylord did not acknowledge his having a wife was because he was not able to give me his support, and Levi, his son, was in ignorance...

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 83

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

Page 82

I was the second wife of Luther Gaylord. There was no divorce or separation- either legal or otherwise. My husband went to Canada to make arrangements for me...

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 82

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

McClellan, Annie M

Findagrave Memorial # 32644407

Source: Texas Death Certificates » McClellan, Annie M

by cdwhitefeather - 18 Mar 2014

Page 31

...that Luther Gaylord now in his presence & standing before him, is the very identical person who entered in the aforesaid Company of Capt. John Lytle,...

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 31

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

Page 183

...my grandfather John Gaylord and my father Luther Gaylord both help[ed] to get your independence...[Levi Gaylord]

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 183

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

Page 22

...the following is a full description of said soldier at the time of his enlistment, vis: (10) A blacksmith born in Connecticut, about 18 years old when he...

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 22

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

Page 1

The name on this should be Capt. John Lytle, not Lyttler. See other documents in pension file.

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 1

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

Page 67

Marriage Certificate This certifies that Luther Gaylord of New York in the State of New York and Theresa Babcock of Elmira in the State of New York, were by...

Source: War of 1812 Pension Files » Page 67

by ktkjrk - 18 Mar 2014

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