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Gives date and place of marriage to 4th husband, David House; and date and place of death of 3rd husband, John Jeffers. Includes signature of "Almira House" and of her daughter,…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 61 · 17 Feb 2012 You

Can you confirm that for those files digitized and posted you digitized the ENTIRE file and not just a SELECTION of documents? Thanks.

Memorial Page: Civil War "Widows' Pension" Applications · 07 Oct 2009 You

When I look for the detailed description of a particular court's records (by clicking the MORE button), I'm always taken to this page. So the description is inaccurate in a sense…

Memorial Page: Indexes to Naturalization Records · 07 Oct 2009 You

This is a very interesting pension file as the seaman was born in Denmark, served in the U.S. Navy, and died and was buried in Denmark while visiting his family. The U.S. widow…

Image, found in Navy Widows' Certificates: Page 12 · 16 Jan 2009 You

He has been mis-transcribed. His first name is Oliver.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Avery, Aliver Jr. · 01 Mar 2007 You

This is a duplicate of the previous card. There was only ONE Joel Gould who served in the 109th NY Infantry.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Gould, Joel · 08 Feb 2007 You

This is a duplicate of the previous card. There was only ONE James Dodge in the 109th NY Infantry.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Dodge, James · 08 Feb 2007 You

Note that the items taken--food and transportation--were the necessities of war. There doesn't seem to have been anything frivolous taken from this particular Atlanta resident.…

Image, found in Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed: Page 3 · 04 Feb 2007 You