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Missouri Territory Pensioners Of The United States, 1818

March 28, 1818

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LIST of Invalid Pensioners of the United States, belonging to the State of Missouri Territory, and paid at St. Louis, with the annual allowance to each annexed, viz:

Burnham, Isaac Private 76.8
Chapu, Michael Ditto 48
Hempstead, Stephen Ditto 72
Henderson, Joseph Lieutenant 102
Haile, Benjamin Private 48
Heald, Nathan Major 240
Kenny, Daniel Private 96
Miller, Joshua Captain 96
Mourning, Cristopher Private 57.6
M'Girk, Andrew S. Ditto 72
Patterson, John Ditto 48
Stokely, Thomas Ditto 24
Thompson, George Ditto 96

Making 13 Invalid Pensioners for Missouri Territory

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.

Names of decedents, &c.Rank or gradeOriginal
of pension.
Calloway, James, widow 2d lieutenant 1st Oct. 1814 $12.50 $150.00 -
Covington, Leonard, widow Brig. General 11th Nov. 1813 52 624 -

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