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This record is not for James Polvadore. The name on the page 7 Discharge Order is clearly Joseph Polvadore. Also, page 3 lists him as age 50 which makes his birth year 1811. …

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 7 · 06 Feb 2015 by 1ofHis

This record is for Joseph Polvadore not James. The page 7 name on the Discharge Order is clearly Joseph Polvadore. Also, page 3 lists his age as 50 yrs making his birth year…

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 3 · 06 Feb 2015 by 1ofHis

Bounty land certificate

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 21 · 06 Feb 2015 by compmary

Thank you Fran for your great work in finding the correct file for me!

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 1 · 06 Feb 2015 by jacall193

Incorrectly indexed on Fold3 as Doivers, Joseph. On FamilySearch Pension Index correctly indexed as Joseph Dowers. Needs to be fixed.

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 1 · 05 Feb 2015 by franbird

Frederick Bauer, Co. A., 6th Wisconsin, was killed in action on March 31, 1865 during the Battle of White Oak Road at the Siege of Petersburg.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 3 · 05 Feb 2015 by bschulte1978

The twelve-pound "Napoleon" was the most popular smoothbore cannon used during the war. It was named after Napoleon III of France and was widely admired because of its safety,…

Image, found in Civil War Photos: Page 1 · 05 Feb 2015 by Robert_Gray

Letter from Lieut. Howard J. Huntington, Co. A., 6th Wisconsin, which confirms Asbury Bates was mortally wounded at the Second Battle of Petersburg on June 18, 1864 while charging…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 11 · 05 Feb 2015 by bschulte1978

Asbury Bates, Co. A., 6th Wisconsin, was wounded at The Second Battle of Petersburg on June 18, 1864, and died on either June 24 or 25, 1864 from effects of that wound.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 1 · 05 Feb 2015 by bschulte1978

The Pension Office often reused forms, so this is the back of the card in image 17. Note the long line drawn to show their intent to "cross out" this side in favor of the other…

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 16 · 05 Feb 2015 by microfilm

Ed Donahue and Ann Donahue. I have seen Ed's name as Edward, but this does appear to be written as Edwin. Ann's maiden name is Maher and she is a family member of the Maher's…

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 21 · 05 Feb 2015 by juniorcomp

This name is Squire Hendrix. It is his legal name and brother to Luke Hendrex.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 3 · 05 Feb 2015 by shawnhendrix84684

The correct spelling of this surname is Merrill.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 149 · 05 Feb 2015 by karen1

This person is BURR Silliman.

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 50 · 05 Feb 2015 by LeCalvin

Name should read Roswell Corlew

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 9 · 05 Feb 2015 by venusthesecond104

This John Z. Wagner is not a Civil War veteran. Find a Grave has this same photo along with an obituary and gravestone photo. He was born in 1867 and died in 1959, and he lived…

Image, found in ktkjrk's uploads: 29f07a5b-3f6e-4ca3-81d8-054477eecdde.jpg · 04 Feb 2015 by ktkjrk

Image 306306316 is for soldier Foss Rauson but is in Joseph Cozart's file.

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 16 · 04 Feb 2015 by picarchive215

Surname is Saville

Memorial Page: George W Sarille · 04 Feb 2015 by kbbeavers

June 1862, Photographer James Gibson is documenting Lowe's historic reconnaissance AFTER the battle.

Image, found in Brady Civil War Photos: B-683 View of balloon ascension · 03 Feb 2015 by stevewoolf888

This document was later made into a book.

Spotlight: Glenn Swisher · 02 Feb 2015 by deeswisher