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Witness date is a mistake. DUH. He's the mayor and from handwriting either had a stroke or quite elderly. Other records okay see ENTIRE pension. PLus the gov't kept asking for…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 30 · 1 day ago You

There is another child born in the early 1860s whose only record of birth (so far) is a record of her death in the newspaper. The other child Mary E. Hudson aka Ella is adopted by…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 30 · 1 day ago You

There are two marriage dates same exact year and two dif. records for this couple. All records for their son show 1859 as his birth; but since it is the last day of the year, I…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 30 · 1 day ago You

Mary Ella aka Mary Elizabeth Hudson actually was adopted (officially or unofficially) about 1864 or so by Colburn Hudson's brother "Mack" Hudson and wife Ruth (md 1861) in…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 26 · 1 day ago You

After a revised pension law was passed and Mary Elizabeth Herron/Herron (Ball) (Shurtz) was widowed from her War husband and divorced from Mr. Shurtz and other husbands, Mary…

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Ohio: Page 1 · 1 day ago You

full name on one Union record is Colburn or Culberson C. Hudson

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 10 · 1 day ago You

This gentleman is listed as dead and buried in Sharpsburg, MD in 1862 as John C. Ball; there was a John Ball and a John C. Ball in the same regiment and company; they both may…

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Ohio: Page 1 · 27 Dec 2013 You

He died in Nov 1888 in Dayton, Ohio. He is listed as M.I. Sheets but tombstone says M. L. Sheets (findagrave); he is buried in Woodland Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio with his wife…

Image, found in Civil War Pensions Index: Sheets, Martin L. · 07 Dec 2013 You

John C. Truxell (rather than Truxwell) is on the other records including a PENSION record for this same unit.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - WV: Page 1 · 31 Aug 2013 You

Variation: John Connor Truxell

Image, found in Civil War Pensions Index: Truxell, John C. · 31 Aug 2013 You

Bovanizer is a variation of the more common Bovenizer

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 2 · 15 Aug 2013 You

See previous and next pages these are still records for GEORGE W. BALL not a John.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - VA: Page 14 · 24 Apr 2013 You

George W Ball of the "Independent Rangers" Co B (from a LA TIMES Memorial Day Newspaper) is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA; there are some findagrave postings…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - VA: Page 4 · 24 Apr 2013 You

Possibly Jacob T. Grapes of Muskingum County, Ohio; his full name was Jacob Taylor Grapes; he was the son of Henry Grapes and wife Catherine (Kitty) Duvall. Jacob's middle name…

Image, found in Civil War Pensions Index: Grapes, Jacob T. · 18 Mar 2013 You

Other records show this was filed for by Levi B. Ball (the father mentioned) on behalf of his dead son John E. Ball.

Image, found in Civil War Pensions Index: Ball, John E. · 14 Dec 2012 You

R Z Ball is Rezin Z. Ball; he is the nephew of Annis Adams nee Ball; Rezin's parents live in Illinois (Nathaniel Ball and Matilda Mauk) and Rezin is on other censuses with them. …

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 173 · 03 Oct 2012 You

His name is Rezin Z. Ball. That's a cursive Z for his middle name. Census records and other records confirm this.

Image, found in Civil War Service Index - Union - Wisconsin: Page 1 · 03 Oct 2012 You

Vernon Bovenizer

Image, found in WWII European Theater Army Records: Page 30 · 03 Oct 2012 You

Says LIEUT. SPRINGER

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 4 · 26 Jun 2012 You

Edward Kearse possibly husband of Mary Duggan and father of Mary Kearse/Kearce who married Michael Ivers; see Chicago IL death record for MARY IVERS.

Image, found in City Directories - Chicago: Kearney, James A (p. 981) · 31 May 2012 You