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Supervisors District No. 2


Enumeration District No. 113

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

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: Fairfield
County: Henrico   State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890.  Enumerator: Robb G. Evans

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 21

23

Johnston, Joseph

Private

G

110 Pa Vols

18 Apl 1865

28 June 1865

2m, 15d

 Henrico Court House

 

 

 29

31

Evans, William D.

Principal Musician

G

27 O Regt

27 July 1861

11 July 1865

3y, 11m, 14d

 Chelsa Hill, Henrico Co Va

Rupture in right groin

Caused by lifting at a heavy tent

 112

123

Holloran, James

Private

L

1 Mch L of A

Sept 1863

22 Aug 1865

1y, 11m

 17th St Henrico Co Va

Shot in left leg

 

 143

153

Frances widow of Joseph Smith alias Terrel, Charles

Private

A

34 USGA Vols

9 Feby 1865

28 Feby 1866

1y, 19d

 Abigail St. Richmond VA

Disabled by falling of hay stack of guns upon him

From which he never fully recovered

 159

170

Jackson, Samuel W.

Private

B

8 PA Regt

19 Oct 1864

= Oct 1865

1y

 Maddox Hill Henrico Co Va

 

 

 225

242

Lowry, Harrison D.

1st Leint

B

3 Md Regt

June 1861

Nov 1863

 2y, 5m

 Maddox Hill Henrico Co Va

 

 

 333

358

Weightman, John

Sergt

Bat F

5 US Art

28 Sept 1861

22 Feby 1867

5y, 4m, 26d

 Tiggan Hill Williams St Henrico Co Va

Papers lost. Could not give required information

 

 375

405

Cooper, William H.

Private

 

 

 

 

 

 Henrico C H Va

Shot through right thigh in battle at Fort Gilmer

 

 593

644

Hubbard, Thomas J.

Private

A

3 NY Inf

 

 

 

 Cedar St Henrico Va

Papers lost could not give required information

 

 438

476

Chavers, Dillon

Sergt

E

5 NS Col Troops

9 July 1863

20 Sept 1865

2y, 2m, 11d

 700 Nevoshy St

Hernyea & Heart disease from which he now suffers

 

 

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


Page No.
Supervisors District No. 2
Enumeration District No. 113

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: Fairfield
County: Henrico    State: VA
Enumerated in June 1890.   Enumerator:

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12

 230

248

William H. Pettis

Sol US

 

 

 

 

 

 James St. Henrico Co.

 

 

 252

278

 Coleman Dabney

Sol US

 

 

 

 

 

 22ns Street Henrico Co.d

 

 

 

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


Page No. 1
Supervisors District No.2
Enumeration District No. 114

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: Fairfield
County: Henrico  State: VA
Enumerated in June 1890.   Enumerator: J. B. Stewart

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

 536

547

John S. Jones

Private

G

26 Ohio

24 June 1861

20 Dec 1865

3y, 7m

 Richmond VA

 

 

 576

527

John C. Fowler

Sergeant

M

2nd Minnesota Cal

25 Dec 1863

4 May 1865

 

 Richmond VA

 

 

 182

583

James W. Johnson

Sergeant

C

15 New York Cal

July 1863

9 Sept 1865

1y, 6m

 Richmond VA

 

 

 597

608

Robert Taylor

6 Pri then Corporal

E

36 MS inf

Aug 1863

Lost forms

 

 Richmond VA

 

 

 457

465

Andrew Sisbon

Private

D

2nd West Va Inf

1865

1865

 

 Richmond VA

 

 

 297

308

Henry A. Guythes

Private

D

38 Col Reg

27 July 1864

25 Aug 1867

 

 Richmond VA

 

 

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


Page No.
Supervisors District No. 2
Enumeration District No. 115

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: Fairfield
County: Henrico  State: VA
Enumerated in June 1890.  Enumerator: B. J. Eracha

 

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9

10

11

12

 23

63

Henry Benn

Private

J

50 Ohio

1862

May 11 1863

11m

 Henrico C H Va

 

 

 34

34

John Hunter

Private

A

3 New York

1864

1865

11m

 Henrico C H Va

 

 

 124

127

David Breadbiner widow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Henrico C H Va

 

 

 

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


Page No. 1
Supervisors District No. 2
Enumeration District No. 116
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: Fairfield
County: Henrico
State: VA
Enumerated in June 1890.
Enumerator: Darms J. Vasbinder

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12

 11

12

William Sherling

Pettie Officer

 

Lancaster and Monoteroe

1859 & 1862

1861 and 1865

5y, 9m, 3d

 1912 East Main St Richmond VA

Heart and lung dis

Reenlisted – Now in very bad aps

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19

James Ellis

Pvt

 

45 PA Inf

Cant tell

 

 

 Thistle W Va

Rheumatism

Lungs and feet are in distress

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23

Joseph Wallace

Pvt

A

1st US Inf

1863

1865

 

 Thistle PO W. Va

Gun kick in shoulder of 15gh June 1864

 

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25

Ira Watson

Pvt

F

147 Ill Inf

Feb 1865

1866

1y

 607 Louisiana St Rich

Chronic Rheumatism

Affected in 1863

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44

Jacob Bear

Pvt

E

15 H A NY

1862

1865

3y

 2027 E. Main St. Richmond Va

Rheumatism and heart disease

Affected in 1864 Prisioner

 84

87

Thomas Dexter

Pvt

C

54 Mos cvl

17 July 1863

Aug 12 1865

1y, 1m, 4d

 Meadow Station Harris Co Va

Tumor on rite side of head and piles

Tumor cut out but came again

 99

102

William Wians

D S

K

5 New Jersey

Aug 20 1861

Sept 7 1864

3y

 Meadow Station Va

Malaria rheumatis

From exposure in army

 101

104

Henry Wakefield

Pvt

E

185 New York

Sept 5 1864

30 May 1865

3y, 8m, 25d

 Meadow Station Va

Tumor or rupture on right shoulder Gun kick 1865

Very troublesome & pries out

 104

107

Amos B. Hunt

Pvt

C

1st Md Inf

Sept 15 1861

1 Apr 1863

1y, 6m, 3d

 Meadow Station Va

Malaria and rheumatism in army

In bad expedition at present

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65

Robert Laws

Cor

Battery B

2 Us Col Inf

Jan 1864

1866

?

 Thistle Va

Malaria rheumatism & heart dis

By shell very bad at present

 121

126

Janus Gibbon

Pvt

J

32 Inf

1862

1863

 

 Meadow St Va

Rhematitis in whole body

mild

 156

166

George J. White

 

 

 Meryls Horg casuality of mission

1862

1862

 

 Thistle, Va

Lung complaint

In very bad condition diserted

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

Page No. 2


Supervisors District No. 2
Enumeration District No. 116

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: Fairfield
County: Henrico
State: VA
Enumerated in June 1890.
Enumerator: Jennie Ridgley

 

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 190

200

Edward Barrett

Pvt

L

8 Ohio Cav

July 28 1862

May 30 1865

2y, 10m, 28d

 Thistle Hernico Co VA

Hemmeroids

Totally unfit for manual labor

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1

Darius Vasbinden

Corp

D

105 Pa WV

Aug 28 1861

May 29 1865

3y, 9m, 2d

 Thistle Hernico Co VA

GS wound right chest loss 4 toes off left foot gs wds of right wrist and scurvy

Totally unfit for manual labor but suffers all because of war

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15

Taylor Moses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Fairfield Henrico Co VA

 

 




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