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REVOLUTIONARY WAR NEWS
The following are the names of the surviving widows of revolutionary soldiers who are pensioners, residing in Ohio, and their place of residence as shown by the roll of June 30, 1882:
Catharine Cline, Cincinnati, Hamilton County;
Nancy Riley, Hamilton, Butler County;
Elizabeth Davis, Morganville, Morgan County;
Marian Fletcher, Little Hocking, Washington County.
[Source: The Highland Weekly News, (Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio), December 20, 1882, Transcribed by Jeanne Hall]


MILITARY NEWS
The following table shows the number of applications filed, the number of pensions allowed, and claims pending from Ohio before the Pension Bureau; the number who are and who are not entitled to arrears of these two classes, and also a sub-classification of the invalids, widows, minor children and dependent mothers and fathers, showing in each class the number who have applied, the number allowed pensions, and the number of claims now pending:

Total No. Applications 72,237
Admitted entitled to arrears 34,700
Admitted not entitled to arrears 8
Cases pending entitled to arrears 31,484
Pending not entitled to arrears 8,047
Invalids applied 48,776
Invalids admitted 20,706
Applications by invalid now pending 29,672
Widows who have applied 9,754
Widows admitted ??81
Applications by widows now pending 3,000
Minors who have made applications 5,641
Minors admitted 4,8??
Applications now pending 7??
Applications files by dependents 8,867
Applications admitted which have been filed by dependents 3,8??
Applications by dependent now pending 3,534

The following are the names of the surviving widows of revolutionary soldiers who are pensioners, residing in Ohio, and their place of residence as shown by the roll of June 30, 1882 Catharine Cline, Cincinnati, Hamilton County; Nancy Riley, Hamilton, Butler County; Elizabeth Davis, Morganville, Morgan County; Marian Fletcher, Little Hocking, Washington County. [Source: The Highland Weekly News, (Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio), December 20, 1882, Transcribed by Jeanne Hall]





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