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1890 Veterans Census 

 
Transcribed for Genealogy Trails by: 
Norman Adkins and Erny Long

 

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

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Supervisors District No. 1st
Enumeration District No. 119
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:  Marshall Township
County:  Richmond County
State:  Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator:  Frank Garland

Home No.

Family No.

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of Enlistment

Date of Discharge

Length of Service

Post Office Address

Disability Incurred

Remarks

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Mos.

Days

     
15 15 James Allison Private G 23 NJ Vol 1862 1863 0 9 0      
202 202 Charles Carter     Not Reported                
151 151 John Corbin Private G 36 US Col Tps 28 Oct 1863 28 Oct 1866 3 0 0      
111 111 Joseph Button Private   37 NJ Inf 23 June 1864 23-Oct-64 0 0 90      
251 251 Thomas Braxton                      
284 284 Catherine Palmer                      
170 170 Frederick W. Northup                      
                           
Page No. 1
Supervisors District No. 1st
Enumeration District No. 120
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:  Washington Township
County:  Richmond County
State:  Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator:  T.E. Cook

Home No.

Family No.

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of Enlistment

Date of Discharge

Length of Service

Post Office Address

Disability Incurred

Remarks

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Mos.

Days

     
25 25 William Wood Private X Massachusetts May 1861 March 1865 3 10 15      
66 68 George Vern Private G 36 NC Inf.       3        
131 134 John T. Pierson Private E Del Inf. 1863 1866   2        
306 309 Daniel Rich Private G 36 NC Inf. 16 June 1864 July 1865   1 1      
325 328 James M. Williams Private E 109 NJ Inf. 11 Aug 1862 June 1865   2 10      
343 346 John G. Schweitzer 1st Sgt C 46 Ill Inf. 29 Oct 1861 20 June 1866 4 2 23      
356 359 Charles Phillips Seaman   Com. Reed 1864 July 1865   1        
393 396 Judy A. Rankin, widow of Robert Rankin Private G 36 NC Inf.       2        
392 395 John Delaware, Alias - John De Leaver Private           1        
100 103 Altesro Maden Seaman                    
97 100 Hamilton Glnscoe                      
                           
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Supervisors District No. 1st
Enumeration District No. 120
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:  Farnham
County:  Richmond County
State:  Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator:  E. White

Home No.

Family No.

Name of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Widows

Rank

Company

Name of Regiment/Vessel

Date of Enlistment

Date of Discharge

Length of Service

Post Office Address

Disability Incurred

Remarks

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Mos.

Days

     
(1) 65 65 Robt Pamrott Pvt F 38 Mar 15, 1862   3     Downings    
(2) 219 219 Thomas Pvt F 38 Mar 15, 1862   3     Downings    
(3) 66 66 Alexander Sales-Wormley Pvt F 38           Downings    
(4) 267 267 Matilda B. Johnson, widow                 Downings    
-5   Buglar-Phillips Pvt B 36           Downings    
(6) 112 112 Snyder, Jacob H. Pvt B 209 Penn Aug 13, 1864 31 May 1865   8 18 Downings Total Deafness  
(7) 211 211 Alfred L. Leonard Pvt I 35 Wis. 1863 Mar 1865 1 3   Furnham Chronic Rheumatism  
(8) 222 222 Jonathon J. Looks Pvt H Purnell Mar 1861 Sep 1862 1 0 0 Rainswood The above is not a very satisfactory report but is the very best that could be obtained from the parties. The four, 1st are ordered & have either CHF ward Mas-Com-Sgt_Hos. Serv has lost their papers. The evidence is conclusive as to this connection wit the US Army.
(9) 48 48 Purnell J. Warmen Pvt 6 3 Neb Inf May 1862 Nov 1862 0 6 0 Downing, VA    



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