Exhibit G: Affidavit of Julia Ann Pope and Grace Deloni, March 13, 1874

Case of Grace DeLony
Exhibit "G"

State of Tennessee | S.S.
County of Shelby

No. 86407

On this Thirteenth day of March A.D. 1874, at Memphis, County of Shelby and State of Tennessee before me Daniel W. Atwood a Special Agent of the Pension Office, personally appeared Julia Ann Pope, and Grace DeLony, who being by me duly sworn according to law declare, that Benton DeLony who was a Private in Company "A" 11" U.S.C. Troops and who was missing in action at Fort Pillow April 12" 1864, was a bright complected, heavy set man, about six feet high, with strait black hair, and dark eyes, and the said Jane A. Pope further declares the she has no interest direct or indirect in the claim of Grace DeLony for a Pension, and further saith not.

Julia Ann Pope
<her X mark>

Grace DeLony
<her X mark>

Sworn to and subscribed before me this Thirteenth day of March A.D. 1874, and I certify that the above was carefully read and explained by me to affiants before swearing and subscribing thereto,

Daniel W. Atwood,
Special Agent.