Confederate veterans and widows pensions, Paulding County, Georgia

by LaGroon Redmond

Publisher: Wolfe Pub., Publisher: Copies from Wayne Willingham in Fernandina Beach, FL, Dallas, GA (7744 Dallas-Acworth Highway, Dallas 30132)

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  • Paulding County (Ga.),
  • Georgia,
  • United States,
  • Paulding County.,
  • Paulding County


  • Confederate States of America. Army -- Registers.,
  • Military pensions -- Georgia -- Paulding County.,
  • Military pensions -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865.,
  • Veterans -- Georgia -- Paulding County -- Registers.,
  • Paulding County (Ga.) -- Genealogy.,
  • Georgia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [iv]) and index.

Statementabstracted & compiled by LaGroon Redmond.
GenreRegisters., Genealogy.
LC ClassificationsF292.P3 R44 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination[iv], 177 p. :
Number of Pages177
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6800024M
LC Control Number00110048

Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Home Records COMPLETE DETAILS 28 Pages, "x11", Soft Cover, Alphabetical Listing FI, $ Special Presidential Pardons for Confederate Soldiers COMPLETE DETAILS Pages, Two Volumes, "x11", Full Name Index GN, $ Arkansas Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension Applications COMPLETE. Florida Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension Applications, Georgia scanned book of Confederate soldiers buried in Oakland Cemetery between February, and July 5, Georgia Confederate Veteran Grave Database work in progress Andersonville Prison Wake County: Confederate Burials at Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, NC.   These pensions tended to apply to those former Confederates living within the state, regardless of whether or not they had served that state during the war. In Alabama undertook a census of all the Confederate veterans residing within its boundaries for the purposes of managing pension applications. It was an enumeration they repeated in (Page 17) In , the Tennessee legislature provided for the pensioning of widows living in the state of veterans of the Civil War, however only Confederate widows chose to do so as their counterparts with husbands who had served in the Federal forces elected to apply for a more bountiful federal pension.

The Confederate Veterans hosted several Confederate reunions in Dellwood Park and the park was a favorite meeting place for the old soldiers. They erected the Confederate monument that on November 2, at the cost of $2, and it took the old veterans a little over a year to raise the money for the Confederate statue. Confederate Veterans of Hall County, Georgia. pages $ postpaid. This hard cover book contains information for 1, confederate veterans and their widows. The microfilmed Original Pension Applications contained not only the veterans’ military history, but also copies of personal letters, paroles, oaths of allegiance, furloughs. i. Ted 0. Brooke, Index to Georgia's Confederate Pension Supplements. [+] j. Nancy J. Cornell, The Census for Re-organizing the Georgia Militia. k. Georgia Confederate Pension Applications. Microfilm, rolls. 1. George Confederate Soldiers, 4 vols. [,] m. Roster of Union Soldiers Missouri. PENSION RECORDS. Index to Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications by Samuel Sistler (Nashville: Sistler & Assoc., ) and Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications (Tennessee State Library and Archives microfilm publication, reels); Beginning in , Tennessee residents who could prove Confederate service were eligible for pension payments from the state, even if their service .

  The following decade, it rose to average 19% of the annual budget. The highest level was reached in and , when 22% of the state's annual appropriations went to veterans. Young, "Confederate Pensions in Georgia," (Tables 2 and 3). In Virginia, the state's expenditures reached a high of 11% in In Georgia began paying pensions to resident Confederate veterans and to men who served in the Militia and State Troops. Not until did they begin paying pensions to widows of veterans based on poverty. Before that a few widow's drew because their husband had for his physical disabilities. Some states simply had several homes at once. A few states admitted veterans' widows, and a few other states established separate homes for the widows and orphans. A few states had separate Union and Confederate old soldiers' homes. The first of 16 Confederate homes was opened in in Georgetown, Kentucky.

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Get this from a library. Confederate veterans and widows pensions, Paulding County, Georgia. [LaGroon Redmond]. Confederate veterans and widows pensions, Paulding County, Georgia [LaGroon Redmond] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : LaGroon Redmond. In Georgia, the first law for providing pensions for Confederate soldiers was passed in Therefore, that’s when the pension application files begin.

Later, pensions were granted to the widows of the Confederate soldiers as well. InFlorida began granting pensions to Confederate veterans and, inthey expanded to include veteran’s widows as well. In most states the pension system began Georgia book providing pensions to injured veterans and then later expanded to include veteran’s widows or other dependents.

Index and images of applications for pensions filed by Confederate veterans and widows living in Florida. Florida Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension Applications, — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser.

Confederate widows in a parade Widow's pensions were first issued in These applications show place of birth for widow and soldier, and information about their children.

Proof of marriage was required, so marriage licenses often appear in the supporting papers. Buy Confederate veterans and widows pensions, Paulding County, Georgia by LaGroon Redmond (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : LaGroon Redmond. Telephone: () In Georgia began granting pensions to soldiers with artificial limbs. In the State began granting pensions to other disabled Confederate veterans or their widows who then resided in Georgia.

By eligible disabilities had been expanded to include old age and poverty. Applications for Confederate pensions were first accepted by the state of Georgia in for soldiers with artificial limbs. In the State began granting pensions to other disabled Confederate veterans or their widows who then resided in Georgia.

This database contains pension application files of Confederate soldiers and widows applying from Georgia between and Information contained in the database includes: name of applicant, application year, and application type.

Additional information about the widow or soldier can be found in the actual pension applications files. The 49th Legislature further amended the law (H.B. ) Paulding County provide $ per month for married Veterans, $ per month to unmarried Veterans or widowers, and $ per month to widows, with pensioners in the Confederate homes drawing one-half of.

Proof of kinship to a Confederate soldier is available in many forms such as veteran’s military service record and pensions to veterans or their widows. Copies of these documents may be found in the archives of the state from which the soldier fought or online thru genealogical websites such as Ancestry and FamilySearch.

South Carolina A state law enacted Decempermitted financially needy Confederate veterans and widows to apply for a pension; however, few applications survive from the era.

Beginning inthe SC Comptroller began publishing lists of such veterans receiving pensions. During the 35 years after the Civil War untilonly disabled soldiers were receiving a pension from the state of Alabama for their service. Inthe State Legislature authorized pensions for Confederate veterans who weren’t disabled and resided in Alabama or for their widows.

Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans Honoring Confederate Soldiers Since Following the War Between the States, the surviving Southern soldiers came together to form a veterans organization known as the United Confederate Veterans.

The Sons of Confederate Veterans. In Georgia had veterans receiving pensions but still widows, all of whom were eligible for $30 a month even in the depths of the Depression. The state did miss a few payments when revenue did not match expenditures, prompting an avalanche of letters to the state’s pension commissioner begging for help.

Georgia Military Records. USA (1,) > Georgia (33,) > Georgia Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry. revolutionary soldiers and widows of revolutionary soldiers living in Georgia in FamilySearch Books. revolutionary soldiers living in Georgia in FamilySearch Books.

A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been. GA: Confederate Veterans and Widows Pensions, Paulding County, Georgia: Abstracted & Completed by LaGroon Redmond: hardcover: GA: $ Coweta County, Georgia Cemeteries: Coweta County Genealogical Soc: hardcover: GA: $ Coweta County, Georgia Distribution of Estates Book I from Probate Court Office: Complied by Coweta County.

Georgia had veterans receiving pensions inbut some widows still eligible to receive a $30 a month pension even in the Great Depression. Alabama Confederate Veterans and Families, Reactions: FZ11, Belle Montgomery, AnnaLee and 5 others.

Confederate pension rolls (Georgia) (FHL ) These records are indexed in: Index to Georgia Civil War Confederate Pension Files (FHL M22w) Arranged alphabetically and contain name of veteran, military unit, widow’s name or witnesses, and county of residence.

Covers pensions paid to veterans and widows from to Online. Confederate Pension Applications, Applications, supporting documentation, and correspondence for indigent or maimed Confederate veterans or indigent widows of Confederate soldiers. These records are from Record GroupConfederate Pensions and Records, Pension Office, Pension Applications.

The Virginia General Assembly passed Confederate pension acts in, andand a series of supplementary acts between and The act of provided pensions to Confederate soldiers, sailors, and marines disabled in action and to the widows of those killed in action.

Of that tax, 3 mills went to schools; mills went to the operating budget; and 1 mill went to pensions for Confederate veterans and widows. The state used the pension tax to fund the veterans home once it assumed control of the operation in The last Confederate veteran living at the home died inand its hospital was converted.

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Confederate Pension Rolls, microfilm of manuscripts at GDAH, Atlanta, Georgia. Confederate soldiers received pensions for military service beginning in The law establishing pension payment was changed in to include widows of soldiers. The Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications is an index to Confederate soldiers and widows who filed for a pension in Tennessee.

The names include many individuals who did not serve in Tennessee units, but who later lived in Tennessee at the time he or she applied for the pension. The last person in the United States to receive a Civil War-era pension died late last month at age Irene Triplett received a monthly check for $ from the Department of Veterans.

Veterans > Georgia > Registers. Military pensions > Law and legislation > Georgia. Georgia > History > Civil War, > Registers. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Unlike in other states, in Georgia the county ordinary court also paid out pension allotments to the Confederate veterans residing in each county.

The transcriptions in this book, the second in a series, derive from four volumes of original Confederate pension sources that were microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Salt Lake City at the. In he decided to make his way from Palo Pinto to Birmingham, Alabama to participate in the United Confederate Veterans Reunion.

B.T. never made it. On 13th May the Texas Pension Certificate Commissioner received the following somewhat cryptic telegram: NEW ORLEANS LA PM MAY 13th JONES PENSION CERTIFICATE COMMISSIONER.

AUSTIN TEXAS.The premier Confederate veterans’ organization, the United Confederate Veterans (UCV) was formed J and dissolved formallyafter the death of its last member. The UCV was a non-military, educational, social, historical organization concerned with the welfare of its members.The pension rolls sometimes include the date and place of birth and the date of death for veterans and widows who died beforewhen Georgia began recording death certificates.

In addition, the widows’ pension rolls often include a date and place of marriage.