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South Carolina 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 South Carolina, and paid at Branch Bank, Charleston, South Carolina, United States, with the annual allowance to each annexed, viz:

Armstrong, James	Private		at $96 per annum
Alverson, John		Ditto		64
Calhoun, John		Ditto		24.12
Clark, Joseph		Ditto		48
Dunlap, William		Ditto		24.12
Davidson, Joseph	Ditto		48
Darrah, Robert		Sergeant	96
Hawkins, Joshua		Private		57.16
Howland, Lewis		Ditto		96
Holly, Sion		Ditto		63.96
Keys, Malcolm		Ditto		76.80
Kerr, Joseph		Ditto		96
King, Joseph		Ditto		48
Loony, John		Ditto		24.12
M'Junkin, Joseph	Major		144
M'Allister, Andrew	Private		24.12
Martin, John		Ditto		48
Moore, William		Ditto		48
Otterson, Samuel	Captain		96
Odom, Daniel		Private		89.08
Rose, Samuel		Ditto		32
Tomiton, Jasper		Ditto		48

22 Invalid Pensioners for South Carolina

List of half-pay Pensioners of the United States, arising from relinquishments of bounty land, belonging to the state of South Carolina, and paid at Charleston, with the annual allowance annexed to each, viz:

Coleman, Janes		Guardian of the heirs of Noah Coleman		Private		$48 per annum
Pointer, Elizabeth	Ditto			Thomas Pointer		Ditto		48
Cunningham, Mary	Ditto			John Cunningham		Ditto		48

Making 3 for South Carolina

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		Rank or grade	of pension.		month	annum.	Remarks
Cox, John F. widow		Private		2d Feb. 1815		$4.00	$48.00	-
Hendricks, Nathan, widow	Private		12th June, 1814		4	48	-
Long, Isaac, widow		Corporal	26th March, 1815	5	60	-
Murray, Daniel, widow		Private		29th Nov. 1813		4	48	-
Moore, Robert B., widow		Major		17th Sept. 1814		25	300	-
Madden, John T, widow and children|Private	12th Aug. 1812		4	48	Widow intermarried, Feb 22, 1814; (see also act 3d March, 1817)
Noble, James, widow		2d lieutenant	21st July, 1814		12.50	150	-
Park, William, widow		Sergeant	5th March, 1815		5.50	66	-
Rochester, Reuben, widow	Private		15th June, 1814		4	48	-
Risener, Isaac, widow		Private		11th Feb. 1814		4	48	-
Scoggins, George, widow		Private		27th Feb. 1814		4	48	-
Sanders, John, widow		Private		15th Feb. 1815		4	48	-
Willard, Prentice, widow and
	children		Captain		13th Oct. 1813		20	240	Widow intermarried, Oct. 16, 1816

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