CLAIM FOR WIDOW'S PENSION.
DECLARATION AND IDENTIFICATION IN DUE FORM.
Service. Adjutant General reports him enrolled June 5th 1863, & on the muster roll for March and April 1864, he is reported: - Missing after battle at Fort Pillow from Apr. 12th 1864. Final statements on file state he was Missing after Battle at Fort Pillow Apr. 12th 1864, supposed to have been killed.
Death. Surgeon General has no report.
Daniel Anderson certified to be a credible witness, swears that he was at the battle of Fort Pillow & was detailed to assist in burying the dead the day after the battle & recognized the body of the deceased soldier among the dead & helped to bury him.
Names and dates of birth of children. None.
Loyalty. In due form.
Agent and his P.O. address. Tucker & Sells, Present.
Admitted April 25", 1867, to a Pension of $8.00 per month, commencing April 13th, 1864.
S. F. S.
M. L. Story, Examining Clerk.
per F. W. V.