List of Pensioners - January 1, 1883
...as called for by Resolution of December 8, 1882, Vol. 5, 47th Congress,
2d Session Senate Executive Document 84, Part 5 United States Pension Bureau
Washington, D. C., 1883


Pickens County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails
Transcribed by Dena W.

Name of Pensioner

Post office

Cause / Rate

Date

Cert. #

Blassengauer, Elizab'th

Pickens C. H.

widow 1812/$8.00

Dec. 1878

13,188

Boggs, Thos. Gilliland

Liberty

surv. 1812/$8.00

June 1878

22,186

Cochran, Daniel

Easley

surv. 1812/$8.00

Nov. 1871

7,541

Crain, Ann

Liberty

widow 1812/$8.00

Nov. 1874

166,554

Gains, Mary Calhoun

Liberty

widow 1812/$8.00

May 1879

22,446

Harris, Emelia C.

Pickens C. H.

widow 1812/$8.00

Aug. 1878

7,673

Harris, Eurlia

Central

widow 1812/$8.00

Aug. 1878

7,673

Hunt, Luvicey

Dacusville

surv. 1812/$8.00

Jan. 1880

28,520

Keith, May E.

Table Mountain

mother/$8.00

Oct. 1882

197,527

Lawrence, Isabella

Central

widow 1812/$8.00

June 1879

24,712

Martin, Edith

Easley

widow 1812/$8.00

May 1879

24,256

Orr, Nancy

Easley

widow 1812/$8.00

Nov. 1878

10,784

Weams, Martha

Central

widow 1812/$8.00

Dec. 1878

13,514


Pensions were distributed for service in  War of 1812, Mexican and Union Civil War, BUT does not include Confederate Service Pensions. Order Pension Records here... 

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