3 edition of Record and Pension Office of War Department. found in the catalog.
Record and Pension Office of War Department.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Establishing record and pension office of War Department|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
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book form the Military Secretary's Office by General Or War Department, Apunder authority of the Army Appropriation Act (33 Stat. ), Ap NavyMainly in the Civil War and the War with Spain (“Civil War andLater Survivors’ Certificates”),–; Civil War and Later PensionFiles; Records of File Size: KB.
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book., and also collected the greater part of the material for v. Afterthe war pensions functions were split between branches of the Social Security Policy Group.
Blackpool Central Office, re-named North Fylde Central Office in the late s, remained the principal centre for the administration of war pensions and pension records, including the issue of pension books.
James L. Edwards who was in charge of the Pension Office of the War Department required that the soldiers prove their service time even though many of them had not received official discharge papers. Some of the soldiers’ battles with the War Department lasted for over a decade, but the soldiers did not give up during this their latest fight/5(3).
Record and Pension Office of War Department. book War Pension Record Book. The Owsley County History and Genealogy Society announces the release of the new book, 'Civil War Pension Records of Owsley County, KY Veterans', Volume I. These are transcribed records, compiled, alphabetically into volumes.
This first volume includes surnames A-B. Organization And Status Of Missouri Troops: (Union And Confederate) In Service During The Civil War.
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Address: "Chief of the Record and Pension Office War Department, Washington D. Record and Pension Office, War Department. Respectfully returned to the: Commissioner of Pensions.
James Robinson: Co. 59 Reg't Ill Inf was enrolled Dftd Dec 8, 4 and M O Dec 8, 5 with Co. Records of Record and Pension Office of War Department. book Adjutant General's Office, 's, RG Available from National Archives (microfilm M). Pensions and BenefitsAuthor: Kaitlyn Tanis. Missouri troops in service during the civil war.
Letter from the secretary of war, Record and Pension Office of War Department. book response to the Senate resolution passed on Jtransmitting a paper prepared by the chief of Record and pension office of the War department, showing various classes of Missouri volunteers, militia, and home guards in service during the civil war, and the laws, etc.
under which they were raised. Related data collections. U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, This database contains an index of compiled military service records for volunteer Union soldiers who served with units organized in more than 20 states and territories, including states in the Confederacy.
The records of the United States War Department were acquired by the Library of Congress in by transfer from the War Department zone supply officer of Philadelphia, Pa.
A letterbook of Callender Irvine was purchased by the Library in and added to the File Size: 48KB. The Compiled Service Records for Confederate soldiers were made by the United States Record and Pension Office in the War department, beginning in The Record and Pension Office made card abstracts from records in the War Department Collection of Confederate Records and from other borrowed documents.
The papers reproduced in this publication were created or received by the Confederate War and Treasury departments. Most are alphabetized vouchers that came into the custody of the US War Department after the Civil War. After being assembled inthey were used to facilitate post-war claims cases filed by Southern citizens.
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Address: Chief at the Record and Pension Office War Department Washington D.C. Record and Pension Office, WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, June 8, Respectfully returned to. The President, Louisiana Board of Pension Commissioners, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Other notations on card abstracts sometimes refer to numbers preceded by the letters "R" or "P".
These references are to file citations in the general correspondence of the Records and Pension Office of the War Department.
The index to it is available as "Index to General Correspondence of the Record and Pension Office, " (M). This database contains an index to general correspondence of the U.S. Record and Pension Office from About the Record and Pension Office: The Record and Pension Office was in charge of military and medical records of volunteer forces, medical records of the Regular Army, and any business pertaining to these records.
added to the files of the Record and Pension Office. Two additional accessions of importance early in the 20th century substantially completed the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records. In a body of records pertaining mainly to the activities of the Quartermaster General's Depart.
Civil War federal (Union) pension files are indexed by NARA microfilm publication T, General Index to Pension Files, which can also be searched online for free at FamilySearch (United States, General Index to Pension Files, –).A second index created from NARA microfilm publication T, Organization Index to Pension Files of Veterans Who Served Between.
For copies of original service records, muster rolls, and pension records of War of soldiers, contact the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, D.C.
The National Archives web site has information about ordering military records: Access to Military Service and Pension Records and Genealogy Research into Military Records.
During the American Civil War, every few weeks to every few months depending on the unit, usually at the company level, soldiers' names were recorded on muster rolls. Beginning in the s General Ainsworth's staff in the Department of the Army indexed these records originally to determine who was eligible for a pension.
About U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, One of the defining events in American history, the Civil War involved millions of men who served the United States and the Confederate States.
War of Pension Application Files Index, Original source: War of Pension Applications. Washington D.C.: National Archives. NARA Microfilm Publication M, rolls. Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group Number UPDATE: The custodial information presented in this post may be out of visit the Civil War Military Records Research page on for information on how to order Civil War Pension Files.
The following is a guest blog from Diane Dimkoff, director of the Customer Services Division. Detail of Authorization of Pension Petition, August 8, Department of Defense - Civil War Consult the National Archives page linked below for further information on researching federal military service and pension records.
Consult the Reference Services page for information about research services available by mail through the State Archives. transact the pension and other business of the Department con-nected with those records.
The Division was designated the Record and Pension Office of the War Department by an act of May 9, (27 Stat. 27), and Col. Fred C. Ainsworth became Chief of the Office. The United Spanish War Veterans group was created by a merger of three smaller groups of Spanish-American War veterans.
The membership cards of the Indiana Department, United Spanish War Veterans, ca are available on microfilm in our reading room and have been indexed.
The information given includes name, rank, unit, date and place of. When Nichols applied for her pension (after Congress passed the Nurses’ Pension Act) the Record and Pension Division of the War Department claimed they found no records of employment or payment for her.
Starting inseveral veterans of the 23 rd Regiment submitted affidavits on Nichols’ behalf. In Julyshe sent an affidavit. Series Spanish-American War Service Record Extracts Series Confederate Regimental Files Series Commissions, Appointments, Resignations & Return Series Union Army records Series Military Grave Registrations Series Confederate Pension Applications Series Military Veteran Death Record Cards.
Records Administration, (FHL book A3usn ; fiche ; computer number ) Contains specific chapters on federal military records that discuss regular, volunteer, and naval and Marine service records as well as pension and bounty land records.
Military Service Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm File Size: KB. SC Department of Archives and History.
Parklane Road. Columbia, SC To obtain a pension record friom the VA and you have the file number, locate your local VA Regional Office (if you do not know where this is, call and ask), send them a letter stating that "I am requesting that you conduct a BIRLS search for the file and retrieve it for my use from the Federal Records Center where it is currently.
Military, Compiled Service Records. Civil War. Carded Records, Volunteer Organizations. Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, –, Record Group National Archives, Washington, D.C. Return to Citation Template List: Mexican War Widow’s Pension.
“The compilation of service records of Confederate soldiers was begun in under the direction of Brig. Gen. Fred C. Ainsworth, head of the Record and Pension Office of the War Department. Abstracts were made form documents in the War Department Collection of Confederate Records and from documents borrowed by the War Department in an.
Reply of the Pension Office to Nicholas’s application.] War Department, Pension Office ______ Sir: The evidence in support of your claim, under the act of June 7,has been examined, and the papers are herewith returned. The following is a. Department of Defense - Colonial Wars and Revolutionary War See the Bureau of Archives & History Manuscript Collection (referenced below), Boxfor Revolutionary War documents.
Consult the National Archives page linked below for further information on researching federal military service and pension records. As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I received my 3d great grandfather’s Civil War pension files from the National Archives in record time.
I’d been prepared to wait 45 to days and it arrived the week after I submitted the request online. I dug right in and started processing the information. The United States Department of War, also called the War Department (and occasionally War Office in the early years), was the United States Cabinet department originally responsible for the operation and maintenance of the United States Army, also bearing responsibility for naval affairs until the establishment of the Navy Department inand for most land-based air forces until the Department executive: Secretary of War.
Revolutionary War Pdf Records of Peter Tyler Recorded by D. Brown clerk Book A. Vol. 2 Page pdf War Department, Pension Office, Sir: The evidence in support of your claim, under the act of June 7,has been examined, and the papers are herewith returned. The following is a statement of your case in tabular form.Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files contains scanned documents of these records (from National Archives Microfilm Publication M) Numbered Record Books Concerning Military Operations and Service, Pay and Settlement of Accounts, and Supplies in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records (from.The archive ebook topographical ‘compilation material’, built up and maintained by the War Office for making and revising maps, together with material created in the course of map production.
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