Claim for Widow's Pension by Mary Rollins, January 29, 1868

WAR OF 1861. Nashville

Act of July 14, 1862

CLAIM FOR WIDOW'S PENSION.

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BRIEF in the case of Mary Rollins, Widow of Calvin Rollins, Corpl Co. A, 11th U.S.C. Troops resident of Shelby County and State of Tennessee.

Post Office address: Memphis, Tennessee.

DECLARATION AND IDENTIFICATION IN DUE FORM.
PROOF EXHIBITED.

Service. Adjutant General reports Muster July 28, 1863, into Co. "A" 7th U.S.C. Heavy Artillery, afterwards changed to 11th U.S.C. Troops, and on the Roll of Co A 11th U.S.C. Troops, he so reported, "missing after battle at Fort Pillow April 12th 1864, supposed to be killed."

Death. Odell Smith and Frank Hagan, testify that they were members same Co. & were with him when he was shot, & saw him die on the field, at the battle of Fort Pillow, April 12 1864

Marriage. Nov. 10, 1859, Calvin Rollins to Mary Warren—Eye witnesses—

Names and dates of birth of children. No children.

Loyalty. Declared.

Agent and his P.O. address. Justus I. McCarty, Esq., Washington, D.C.

Admitted Jany. 29, 1868, to a Pension of $ 8.00 per month, commencing August 27, 1867.

M. L. Story, Examining Clerk.

Appd. L.E.