Pensioners on the Roll

January 1, 1883;
Extracted Indiana Counties: Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Grant, Howard, Miami and Tipton


These indexes list the name of each pensioner, the cause for which pensioned, the post-office address, the rate of pension per month, and the date of original allowance as called for by Senate Resolution of December 8, 1882.                                        

Surname Index

  

A-C | D-G | H-K | L-M | N-R | S | T-Z

 

How to Obtain Military Pension Records for Pre-World War I Veterans

You may order paper copies of Civil War military service records  using an NATF Form 86 for each soldier. Copies of Civil War pension records can be ordered  using an NATF Form 85 for each soldier. You may complete these order forms online, or download the forms at the National Archives website:

 http://www.archives.gov/research/order/

If you wish to order the records through the mail, complete the appropriate form, and mail it to:

 

Form 85 - Archival Operations Washington D.C

Pensions, National Archives and Records Administration

700 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington DC 20408-0001

or

                         

Form 86 - Archival Operations Washington D.C.

Military, National Archives and Records Administration

700 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington DC 20408-0001

Allow 8 - 10 weeks to receive a reply. Paying by credit card will speed the process.

 

If you use the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library's Genealogy and Local History Department, you may obtain forms in person, by requesting them from the staff.

 Some things you may learn from pension records:

  • Date and place of birth of veteran
  • Date and place of death of veteran
  • Veteran's place and date of marriage
  • Wife's maiden name
  • Names and birthdates of veteran's children
  • Veteran's health condition.
  • Places veteran lived.
  • Letters and affidavits written by the veteran and/or his neighbors and/or family.