July 3, 1863
Co. I 16th Regt. NYS Vols. Disability total by reason of gunshot
wound caused by a musket ball which entered the (I believe) right arm
fracturing elbow joint and upper portion of radius. There is complete
anchylosis of the elbow joint. Fee $1.50 paid. Certificate sent.
Malone. Disability continues. Certificate made and delivered.
March 5, 1866
Disability continues total. Certificate delivered.
Re-examination. Disability continues. Certificate made and
delivered. Disability total.
Malone. July 13, 1865
A private of Co. C 97th Regt. NY Vols. in the service of the United
States who was discharged at DeCamp General Hospital, David�s
Island, New York Harbor, on June 14, 1865 is an applicant for an
invalid pension by reason of an alleged disability resulting from a
gunshot wound of the left leg. Said wound was caused by a musket ball
which entered the left leg on its inner surface at the middle third,
passing outwards and backwards severing the flexor muscles of the foot
and so injuring the tibia as to cause exfoliation of the same, and
extensive ulceration and sloughing of the soft parts. Applicant was
wounded at Mechanicsville VA June 1, 1864 . The wound is unhealed. The
muscles are contracted � he is unable to walk upon his leg. Ankle
Disability is total. Fee $1.50 paid. Certificate made and sent.
Exam. not ordered
Irish, Henry S.
A private of George E.Hall's Co.(4th) 2nd Battalion of the Veteran
Reserve Corps who was discharged at New York City December 22, 1864
claims an invalid pension for an alleged disability by reason of a
gunshot wound of the left hand. Musket ball entered at wrist joint or
a little below it on the outer side passing through the hand from side
to (side) fracturing the metacarpal bones of all the fingers of that
hand. A large callous (bony) protrudes from the back of the hand
producing much deformity. There is an entire loss of function of the
hand. Disability . Fee $1.50 paid. Certificate sent.
Johnson, William J.
October 31, 1865
Late a private (corporal?) in Co. D, 142nd Regt. NY Vols. in the
service of the US who was discharged at (blank) on the (blank) day of
(blank) 1865, is an applicant for an invalid pension by reason of
disability resulting from a gunshot wound of the right arm and lung.
Wound was caused by a musket ball which entered the right arm at the
union of the upper and middle thirds on its external surface passing
inwards and downwards through the arm and entering the chest , passed
out in a similar direction through the right lung and came out between
the seventh and eighth ribs near their articulation with the spine.
The brachial nerve was irreparably injured, causing partial paralysis
of the whole arm. The muscles about the shoulder joint are contracted
causing impaired motion of the joint. His lung has not recovered from
the injury it sustained from the injury. His general health is broken
down. He is unable to perform manual labor . Fee $1.50 charged to
Govt. Disability total. Certificate made and sent. Exam. not ordered.