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1890 Veterans Census
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Eleventh Census of the United States
Special Schedule
Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, and Widows, etc.

Page No. 40
Supervisors District No. 3
Enumeration District No. 27
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. of the United States during the war of rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such persons in:

Town: Jeffersonton
County: Culpeper
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Thomas S. Rushuforrd

Home #

Family #

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of
Enlistment

Date of
Discharge

Length of
Service

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

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22 22 Arthur Deering private         1 18   Jeffersonton Culpeper Co.   Can't have any proof he was Sol
38 38 Jacob Shepherd                     Has no certified or proof that he was Sol
61 61 William A. Clore private B 29 Ill Inf   May 1865 1 8   Royland Culpeper Co. Virg.   Can show no certificate of anybody or anything
126 126 James Buchannan private C 77 NY Inf   Left ? 1864 2     Watebo ? Culpeper Co. Va. Piles Has no ? charge (illegible) still suffering from malady
227 209 William S. Warich private B 14 U.S. Inf ? 4, 1863 May 15, 1865 3     Rixeyville Culpeper Co. Va. Shot in foot paralyzed on side  
227 229 Annie G. widow of Dennis Melton private F 2 U.S. Cav     2     Rixeyville Culpeper Co. Va.   Was 9 years in the navy before civil war
275 275 William T. Hofler private A 1 Wis. Heavy Artillery Nov. 5, 1864 Aug. 9, 1865   9 4 Amissville Rappahannock Co. Va.    
66 66 Henry Alexander                 Jefferson Township    
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Enumeration District No. 25
Supervisors District No. 16
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. of the United States during the war of rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such persons in: :
Town: Salem
County: Culpeper
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Geo. W. Rixey

Home #

Family #

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of
Enlistment

Date of
Discharge

Length of
Service

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

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Days

     
1 1 Felin Turner Private H 20 NY ? 14 Feb. 1865 18 Oct. 1865   8   Eggbornsville Va.    
177 177 James Farish Sergeant   13 Ma ? 10 April 1865 June 1865   2   Norman Culpeper Co. Va.    
342 342 Reuben Beverly Private C 29 U.S. Reg. 10 Sep. 1864 10 June 1865 1 9   Eggbornsville Culpeper Co. Va.    
371 371 Benjamin F. Gain Private L 6 U.S. Reg. 11 Mar. 1864 11 Mar. 1867 3     Salem Culpeper Co.    
93 93 Mary C. Haley widow                 Salem Township Culpeper Co.    
371 371 Mary F. White widow                 Salem Township Culpeper Co.    
Supervisors District No. 13
Enumeration District No. 29
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. of the United States during the war of rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such persons in:
Town: Stevensburg
County: Culpeper
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: ? Humphries

Home #

Family #

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of
Enlistment

Date of
Discharge

Length of
Service

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

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Yrs.

Mos.

Days

     
261 264 Taylor William F. Corporal G 12 ? Inf 22 Aug. 1861 Aug. 1864 3 0 0 Lignum    
284 287 Long Spencer Priv. G 29 Conn Inf 5 Nov. 1864 24 Oct. 1865   11 19 Lignum   Has never received any pension
424 427 McDonald, William A. Priv. C 2 N.Y. ? Aug. 1861 25 June 1865 3 20   Lignum   Wounded Oct. 9th 1864 near ?
449 452 Lucas Harry R. 1st Sarg. F 13 N.Y. H. Ar. 13 Mar. 1863 July 1865 2 3   Lignum    
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Supervisors District No. 3
Enumeration District No. 25
Persons who served in the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. of the United States during the war of rebellion (who are survivors), and widows of such persons in:
Town: Catalpa
County: Culpeper
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890.
Enumerator: C. H. Wagen

Home #

Family #

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of
Enlistment

Date of
Discharge

Length of
Service

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

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Yrs.

Mos.

Days

     
31 31 George E. Edwards private B 47 May 1863 1865 2 3 11 Culpeper, Virginia Chronic rhematism This soldier was taken from his home in Va & carried to Port Delaware where he remained as a prisoner & was finally discharged & enlisted in the Union Army & was sent home after his term of enlistments expired
40 40 Henry Hawley private C ? 14 1862 1865 2 3 4 Culpeper, Virginia none  
112 121 Jos. Johnson private A 94 April 1862 1867 2 6 15 Culpeper, Virginia None  
50 50 William Coleman private G 11 Sept. 1864 1869 5 0 5 Culpeper, Virginia none  
21 21 Earl English U.S.A.               Coleman St.    
21 21 Emory Fosner U.S.M.               Coleman St.    
20 20 Reuben Fergman U               Coleman St.    
78 80 Geo. Hicks U               Culpeper    
243 253 Wm. McGimee U.S. sailor             Culpeper    





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