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District of Columbia Pensioners Of The United States, 1818

March 28, 1818

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List of United States Invalid Pensioners for the District of Columbia, paid at Washington City, with the annual allowance to each annexed, viz.


Archdeacon, John		Private			at $32 per annum
Bond, William			Ditto			96
Butler, John			Ditto			96
Berry, Bayne S.			Ditto			64
Barrett, Alexander		Ditto			32
Brown, James D.			Second Lieutenant	180
Barnes, Samuel			Private			48
Bamover, George			Ditto			96
Balch, Samuel Y.		Second Lieutenant	180
Carberry, Henry			Captain			240
Calhoun, John			Private			48
Carv, John			Ditto			32
Calligan, Richard		Corporal		72
Creegan, Henry			Private			96
Desnoyers, Louis		Ditto			48
Dubois, Francis			Ditto			32
Dyer, Walter			Private			48
Evans, James			Ditto			96
Evans, Robert			Ditto			72
Eginton, Daniel			Ditto			48
Ent, John			Corporal		48
Gretton, George G.		Private			31.92
Hamilton, William		Ditto			24
Kelly, Charles			Ditto			48
Lewis, Ambrose			Ditto			72
Labranche, John B.		Ditto			48
Lane, Samuel			Major			300
M'Farland, Henly		Private			38.40
Murphy, James			Ditto			32
M'Kay, William R.		Sergeant		48
Markley, Philip			Private			48
Mills, Peter			Captain			48
M'Dermott, Michael		Private			48
Neil, Charles			Ditto			76.80
Osborn, Richard			Ditto			48
Pierre or Piars, John		Musician		96
Perry, James			Private			96
Pendel, Thomas			Sergeant major		96
Pearce, Maurice			Private			48
Piper, Robert			Ditto			72
Ross, Samuel			Ditto			48
Robb, Hugh			Ditto			48
Raze, Antoine			Musician		32
Rauth, John			Private			48
Simmons, Thomas			Ditto			96
Stevenson, Edmund		Ditto			96
Sewall, Clement			Ensign			124.80
Sliter, Titus V.		Private			48
Scott, James			Ditto			96
Welch, John			Ditto			64

Making 50 Invalid pensioners for the District of Columbia

War Department,
		Pension Office, March 5th, 1818
							George Boyd

Hon. J. C. Calhown, Secretary of War.


List of half-pay Pensioners of the United States,, arising from relinquishments of bounty land, belonging to the District of Columbia, with the annual allowance annexed to each, viz.


Robertson, Sarah		Guardian of the heirs of Joseph Robertson	Corporal	$60 per annum
Kelton, Ammi			Ditto			James F. Musingo	Private		48
Bentley, Susan			Ditto			Jonas Bentley		Ditto		48
Burch, Mary			Ditto			Theophilus Y. Burch	Ditto		48
Medcalf, Catharine		Ditto			John D. Medcalf		Ditto		48
Ford, Edward, widow		Ditto			John B. Dyer		Ditto		48
Hughes, Elizabeth, widow	Ditto			Zachariah Hughes	Ditto		48
Leech, Mary, widow		Ditto			Samuel Leech		Ditto		48
Tuell, Tuell, widow		Ditto			Roderick Tuell		Artificer	60
Sheckels, Richard		Ditto			Jacob Potts		Private		48
Swallow, Hepsey, widow		Ditto			Zephaniah Swallow	Ditto		48
Jackson, Susanna, widow		Ditto			George Jackson		Ditto		48
Wheeler, Samuel, widow		Ditto			Sinclair Carroll	Ditto		48
Collins, Alice, widow		Ditto			John Collins		Ditto		48

Making 14 for the District of Columbia


Making 50 Invalid pensioners for the District of Columbia

War Department,
		Pension Office, March 5th, 1818
							George Boyd

Hon. J. C. Calhown, Secretary of War.


STATEMENT, showing the Widows and Orphans who are inscribed on the books of this office, as half-pay pensioners, for five years, conformably to the laws of the United States, especially the first section of the act of April the 16th, 1816. "the sum annually paid to each, and the states or territories in which the said pensioners are respectfully paid," made in obedience to a resolution of the Senate of the United States, passed under date of February the 22d, 1818.

						Original		Pension	Pension
						commencement		per	per 	
Names of decedents, & c.	Rank or grade	of pension.		month	annum.	Remarks
Hicks, John, widow	Private		24th Nov. 1814		$4.00		$48.00		-
Nutt, James, widow	Private		10th Sept. 1814		4		48		-
Nowland, Peter, widow	Private		1st Sept. 1814		4		48		-
Nelson, James, widow	Private		25th Jan. 1814		4		48		-
Richter, John G., widow	Private		28th Nov. 1814		4		48		-
Sebastian, Benj., widow	Private		30th Sept. 1814		4		48		-
Skinner, Wm., widow	Private		10th Oct. 1814		4		48		-
Taylor, John, widow	Private		6th July, 1814		4		48		-
										384

425	Add this number of claims now on file in the office, belonging to the different States and territories, the examination
	and establish of which is daily progressing, but they have not yet reached the books. Others are continually coming in.
2086

									Robert Brent, paymaster General

Paymaster General's Office, City of Washington, March 23d, 1818


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