March 30, 1863
Claims an invalid pension on account of receiving gunshot wound
causing destruction of left phalanx right thumb and also an injury to
the left shoulder caused by the fall of a limb of a tree cut off by a
shell fired by the enemy while he was on duty as a picket before
Yorktown VA. Certificate granted. Fee paid. 3/4 disability
June 18, 1866
Late a corporal in Co. C, 98th Regt. NY Vols. who was discharged at
Philadelphia PA on September 11, 1862 claims an invalid pension by
reason of a gunshot wound of the right hand causing the loss of the
first phalanx of the thumb and also of an injury of the left shoulder
caused by the fall of the limb of a tree which was cut off by a shell
fired by the enemy at the siege of Yorktown, VA The branch of the tree
struck him upon the point of the left shoulder causing a deep wound,
injuring the upper portion of the humerus and causing necrosis of the
same. The action of the joint (is) impaired.
Fee $1.50 paid. Certificate made and sent. Disability 2/3. Exam not
October 31, 1865
A private in Co. A, 98th Regt. NY Vols. whose name is inscribed on
the pension roll of Albany agency for 4 dollars per month. Wound was
caused by a musket ball which severed the right thumb from his hand.
The inflammation resulting from the wound completely destroyed the use
of the right hand, it being in a state of permanent extension.
Certificate to be made as soon as blanks are received.
March 10, 1866
Malone Sept. 5, 1863
A soldier of 1812. Disability the result of a gunshot wound of
right arm producing permanent flexure of the arm and atrophy of same.
Martin Hatch, of Malone, late a corporal of the 11th Regt. US Army
whose name is on the pension roll of the agency at Vermont at 8
dollars per month. Disability caused by a gunshot wound of right
(arm). Musket ball passed through the right arm just above the elbow
joint (torn) flexure of the arm. Certificate made and delivered.
Havens, Henry H.
March 16, 1866
Disability continues 2/3. Certificate sent.
Hill, James S.
January 4, 1865.
A private of Capt. H.D.Hickock's Co. "D" 98th NY Vols.
discharged at Albany NY on Oct.29,1864 claims an invalid pension by
reason of a gunshot wound of the left hand causing the loss of the
second finger of that hand. He is regarded as 1/4 disabled. Fee paid
$1.50. Certificate sent..
Holbrook, Augustus L.
April 23, 1866
Late a private in Co. H NY H.. Art. who was discharged at
Washington DC on August 26, 1865 claims an invalid pension by reason
of an injury of the right ankle joint caused by the fall upon it of a
barrel of pork which he was unloading. The chims(?) of the barrel
which struck him upon the instep close to the joint scarring(?) the
outer ligament of the joint and causing inflammation and necrosis of
the bones of the instep. There is a great weakening of the joint which
becomes partially dislocated whenever he walks unless great care is
Disability total. Fee charged to Govt. Certificate made and sent.
March 29, 1866
Late a sergeant in Co. H, 142nd Regt. NY Vols. who was discharged
at Raleigh NC on June 7, 1865 claims an invalid pension on account of
neuralgia of chest and back. He complains of pain in the back and
chest when he returned from the army and they have been increasing in
severity ever since. Certificate made and sent. Exam. not ordered.
Late a private of Co. D, 142nd Regt. NY Vols. who was discharged at
Smithville US General Hospital NC on June 22, 1865 claims an invalid
pension by reason of chronic bronchitis. Said Peter Hoose has dyspnea
and a troublesome cough . He is unable to perform hard labor and is
one half disabled for obtaining his subsistence by manual labor.
Disability �. Fee $1.50 paid. Certificate made and sent. Exam not
July 12, 1865
A private of Capt. Orr�s Co. D 96th Regt. NY Vols. in service of
the United States who was discharged on June 21, 1865 at Camp Parole
near Annapolis MD is an applicant for an invalid pension by reason of
an alleged disability resulting from a gunshot wound of the right arm.
Wound was caused by a musket ball which entered the arm two or three
inches below the shoulder joint a little above the insertion of the
right pectoral muscle passing through the arm in a direction downward
and backward fracturing the humerus. The arm is entirely disabled. The
wound was received on the 27th of October 1864. The wound
is not healed. Disability Total. Fee $1.50 paid. Certificate made and
forwarded. Examination not ordered.
A private of Capt. D.S. Griffin's Co. "G" 142nd NYS Vols.
was discharged at St.Augustine FL and claims an invalid pension by
reason of an alleged disability resulting from chronic rheumatism of
the back and chest. Thinks he's half disabled. Fee $1.50 paid. Letter
sent stating the facts.
Hoyt, Nathaniel A.
October 30, 1865
Late a private in Co. G of the 11th Regt. of Vermont Vols. who was
discharged at Bennington VT on June 12, 1865 claims an invalid pension
by reason of a gunshot wound of the left thigh. Said wound was caused
by a musket ball which entered the left thigh on its inner surface at
middle third, passing through just behind the femur wounding the
flexor muscles of the leg causing inflammation. and extensive damage
of tissue. The muscles are greatly weakened. The wound has broken out
afresh several times. Standing or walking on the leg any length of
time causes pain. Disability �. Certificate made and sent. Fee12/
charged to Government.
Hubbard, William T.
Malone. June 15, 1865
A private of Co. "H" 106th Regt. NY Vols. who was
discharged from the service of the United States at Camp Parole near
Annapolis MD on June 3, 1865 claims an invalid pension by reason of
the loss by amputation of the third finger of the left hand the result
of a wound of the same received while in the line of duty. The whole
hand became involved in the inflammation from which it has not
recovered. There is at the present time a discharge issuing from the
palm of the left hand. The functions of all the remaining fingers of
the left hand are much impaired. Disability 1/3. Certificate. Fee