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

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Page No. 1
Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 66
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: Catawba District
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Harvey Henderson

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

146 146 Custer, Joel G. Private K 7th W.Va. Cav. 3 Sep 1863 23 Jun 1865 1 9 20 Moomaw, Roanoke, Virginia Wounded in right hand, contracted rheumatism.  
    Farrell, John H. Sol.               Catawba, Roanoke Co., Virginia    
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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 68
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: Cave Spring M. D.
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: J. T. Huber

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

44 44 Light, Lorenzo M. Private G or J 13 W.Va. 1 Dec 1863 25 May 1865 1 5 25 Cave Springs, Roanoke co., Virginia shot in left leg  
267 272 Hull, William C. Private A 8 Tenn C 16 Oct 1864 11 Sep 1865       Butter Hill, Roanoke Co., Virginia    
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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 70
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: Roanoke City
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Joshua T. Ward

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

4th Ave. 387 Chatham, Mitchell Musician H 139 PA Inf. Aug 1862 Jun 1863       Roanoke City, Virginia none Did not have discharge to get at correct dates
401 1st Ave. 437 Phleger, Albert S. Private E 11 MD Inf. 28 May 1864 28 Sep 1864   4   Roanoke City, Virginia none  
??? 1st Ave. 531 Collins, Joseph T. Private J 13 MD Inf. 28 Feb 1865 29 May 1865       Roanoke City, Virginia none  
Laly's Hotel 561 Anderson, Joseph A. Corp. H 119 KY Inf. 1865 1866       Roanoke City, Virginia none Did not have discharge to get the correct dates for enlistment or discharge for either of the cases of #1 & 4.
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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 71
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: Roanoke City
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Robt. Hopcroft

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

54 63 Valentine, John C. Private D 12 Pa Cav
184 Pa. Vol
31 Mar 1864 20 Jul 1865 1 3 21      
35 40 Ward, Charles F. Private H 5 Md Vet Vol 16 Nov 1863 1 Sep 1865 2 6 15 7 Ave. NE No. 31
Roanoke City, Virginia
Piles and Rheumatism Disease contracted in service, no pension ever asked for
246 297 Ward, James H. Sargent H 1 Md. Home Brgd 10 Sep 1861 Dec 1864 3 3   301 Fifth Ave NE
Roanoke City, Virginia
Rheumatism  
440 531 VanWagoner, Garret Private H 25 NJ Vol Inf. 2 Sep 1862 3 Jan 1863   4 1 Roanoke City, Virginia Lung Disease, Chronic Diahorea  
562 623 Martin, Thomas J. Private K 1 NY Cal 29 Aug 1861 7 Jul 1865 3 10 8 Roanoke City, Virginia Wounded in the arem  
674 684 Baker, Mary H.
widow of Thomas Baker
Private I 192 Penn Inf. Vol. Jan 1865 Aug 1865   8   Roanoke City, Virginia Died with Billious Fever His widow has applied for a pension
737 837 Shade, Frank C US Sol               201 Third St., Roanoke City, Virginia    
55 65 Earl, William S. US Sol               505 7th St. Roanoke City, Virginia    
9 11 Smith, Michael US Marine               518 7th St.
Roanoke City, Virginia
   
21 25 Avis, Martin L. US Sol               426 7th
Roanoke City, Virginia
   
426 516 McNamara, Michael F. US Sol               4 Ave. Roanoke City, Virginia    
413 502 Prendergast, Mary (wid) Sol Widow               Commonwealth Ave E Roanoke City, Virginia    
708 808 Weaver, George W. US Sol               61 3rd N.E. Roanoke City, Virginia    

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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 72
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: Roanoke
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Jacob Nabe

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

10
Norfolk Ave.
13 Lowry, Willam M. Capt. C 101 Pa Inf. 6 Aug 1861 30 Mar 1865 3 7   Roanoke, Virginia Eyes Hindered from work
28
Norfolk Ave.
31 Thomas, George G. Private E 150 NY Inf. 6 Aug 1861 10 Jun 1864 2 9   Roanoke, Virginia Injured right ankell  
67 70 Hand, Catherine widow of Steven Hand des. Private   Inf.           Roanoke, Virginia   can not tell what regiment
78 81 McGehee, John P.                 Roanoke, Virginia   can not find him at home
44
near city line
151 Robinson, William D. Sargant L 1 M. Cavalry 28 Aug 1861 8 Aug 1865 3 11 11 Roanoke, Virginia Invalid. War Crippled can not work without sons help
153 159 Lawrance, Daniell Carpenter   ship Hale 5 Sep 1861 17 Sep 1864 3 2   Roanoke, Virginia    
314
Terry Hill
334 Haupt, Samuell B. Private A 76 Pa. Inf Sep 1864 Aug 1865   11   Roanoke, Virginia   can not find him at home
296
Norfolk Av N
314 Henlain, John Private C 141 NY Inf. 14 May 1863 Aug 1865 2     Roanoke, Virginia    
270 307 Vallentine, Harry L. Blacksmith J 6 x x 30 Feby 1861 1 Aug 1864 3 1   Roanoke, Virginia Hard hearing  
289 306 Morgan, David R. Lieutenant K 1 W.V. Inf. 1861 1862 1     Roanoke, Virginia disabled and frozen Feet Dr. B.B.Vogel present attending Phys
271 288 Pillsbury, Charles A.                 Roanoke, Virginia    
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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 73
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: Roanoke
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: J.H. ?anner?

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

9 9 Henry Mitchel Pvt D 27 OH Inf 17 June 1862 9 Apr 1867 5 2 8 Roanoke City, VA none  
15 16 Arther Shepard alias Henry Vincen? Corp F 14 US sol Inf 5 Apr 1863 6 mar 1866 2 11 24 Roanoke City, VA none  
32 38 John M. Bernard Corp C 188 PA Inf 23 June 1863 14 Dec 1866 2 6 9 Roanoke City, VA none  
287 337 John H. Dunstan Quarter Master   8 Conn Inf 30 Apr 1862 10 Nov 1865 3 7 10 Roanoke City, VA none  
294 346 Charles C. Rowe Pvt G 12 NH Inf 15 Au 1862 28 Jun 1865 1 2 9 Roanoke City, VA none  
223 373 William I. Amorin? Pvt E 141 NY Inf 19 Aug 1862 28 Jun 1865 2 10 9 Roanoke City, VA diarreah - afliction of bowels  
49 55 John B. Brady Soldier U.S.                 1st N.V.  
329 388 Charles J. Elin Sailor U.S.                 6th N.V. S. U.  
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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 68
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: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: Walter J. Boon

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

37 38 Spies, Lawrie W. (W) Private D 3 MD V Bat May 1861 Aug 1865 4 3 0 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
52 54 Reed, Charles F (W) Private I 4 MO Inf. April 1861 Aug 1861 0 4 0 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Disable Battel Fredericksburg Va Dec 13, 1862. Lower part of spine and left side (remainder of notation is illegible) Renlisted Aug 20, 1862 Private C 126 Penn Vol Inf. Humphrey Dist Tylorsburg 5??V. Dist May 1863.
86 88 Walsh, Joseph A. Private K 4 W.Va. Inf. 1 Nov 1861 17 Jul 1865 3 8 16 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. 9 Dec 1864 lost any hearing Hancock Station 3 miles south of Petersburg.  
80 81 Swartz, George W. (W) Private C 205 Vol Penn Inf. 9 Aug 1864 31 May 1865 0 9 22 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
151 172 Fraction, Thomas (Col) Private H 40 Va. Inf. 26 Mar 1864 (?) 25 Apr 1866 1 0 0 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Shot in right leg. Prisoner 2 months Salem Jail.  
144 162 Burwell, Larkin (Col) Private A 127 Penn Inf. 8 Jun 1864 8 Sep 1865 1 3 0 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Shot Left forehead and left leg  
399 444 Buck, Jacob M. (W) Corporal I 13 MD Inf. Jul 1863 Jun 1865 1 10 0 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Shot through from left to right side  
393 438 Keaton, William (Col) Corporal G 43 Penn Inf. 11 Apr 1864 1 Dec 1865 1 7 19 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
447 496 Adams, Vincent (W) Private C 202 Penn Vol. Inf. Aug 1864 Aug 1865 1 0 0 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
48 49 Rhodes, John H. U. S. Soldier               Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
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Supervisors District No. 5
Enumeration District No. 69
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 Magesterial Dist.
County: Roanoke
State: Virginia
Enumerated in June 1890
Enumerator: G. A. Hubbert

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

Postoffice
Address

Disability
Incurred

Remarks

266 269 Nowles, Henry H. Private G 7 W.Va. Cav 24 Oct 1864 1 Aug 1865       Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
400 403 Stotz, John Private B 215 Penn vol 17 Apr 1865 12 Aug 1865   4   Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
203 306 Oliver, Samuel (colored) Private I 40 colored Ohio Inf. 26 Apr 1865 26 Apr 1865 1     Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
212 215 Walters, Casper A. Private H 201 Pa Inf. 23 Aug 1864 21 Jun 1865       Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Chronic diarrhea, Piles, inflamation of kidneys  
467 470 Jones, James I. Private B 6 US Vol Inf. 16 Mar 1865 3 Nov 1866       Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    
441 444 Goodwin, John L Private 10 101 Ill Inf. 10 Aug 1862 7 Jun 1865 2 9 28 Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Chronic diarrhea  
243 246 Henry, Cornelius (colored) Private C 127 US Colord Inf. 2 Sep 1864 20 Nov 1865       Salem, Roanoke Co., Va. Slight wound on breast  
268 271 Young, John W. Private E 184 Pa Inf. 28 Mar 1864 31 Aug 1865       Salem, Roanoke Co., Va.    



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