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History of 1883 Pension Roll[edit | edit source]
On December 8, 1882, the U.S. Senate required the Secretary of Interior to submit a list of pensioners on the roll January 1, 1883. The Secretary of Interior submitted the completed list to the Senate on March 1, 1883. The 1883 Pension Roll was published that year in five volumes as "List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, 1883...". The majority of pensioners listed were from the Civil War. However, there were pensioners from other wars, including the War of 1812. Only a small number of individuals or their widows are mentioned regarding the Mexican War. Confederate pensions are not included in this resource.
Content of the Records:
- Certificate number
- Name of each pensioner
- Cause for pension
- Post office address
- Rate of pension per month
- Date of original allowance
- ↑ United States. Pension Bureau. List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: giving 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, Volume One. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1883.