Military Pension Records for Darius JACOBSON


Many thanks to Kathleen Novicki  for contributing these 2 pension files on her Jacobson line.  For more information on Kathleen's family, see the Treasure's of the Past Page, "Hazel B. Allen's,  Scribble-in-books." 


The General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 (National Archives microfilm T288, roll 239) 

Veteran's Name: Darius Jacobson
Widow: Addie Jacobson
Service:  Co. A, 97th NY Inf.
Date Filed  Class App. No.  Cert. No.  State
29 Dec 1865  Invalid 98956   156316  New York
16 May 1899 Widow  698338 

Pension information:

Enlisted 19 August 1863 at Oswego, 
Private  Company A 97th Regt NY Volunteers, Infantry
Age 31, height: 5ft 8 1/2 inches; complexion fair; eyes blue;
Hair light; 
Born in Oswego, NY; occupation laborer
Mustered 19 August 1863
Commanded by Capt Isaac Hall, 
Colonel Charles Wheelock commanding in the War of 1861
Honorably discharged 3 August 1865
Declaration filed 29 December 1865:  that at the Battle of the Wilderness in the state of Virginia on 7 May 1864 he rec'd from the enemy a gun shot wound  taking off 3rd finger of right hand. Was treated at Campbell
W. S. General Hospital, Washington, D.C. 12 May 1864, was furloughed May 23, 1864, readmitted June 22, 1864 and returned to duty July 12, 1864 and was transfered August 1, 1864 to Co. K 22nd Regt Vet. Res. Corps.

Other medical military records:
treated as V. Jacobson rank Co A 97 NY Dec 11.63 Diarrhea;
as Darius Jacobson Pvt, Jan 6 to 24 and 26.64 Hepatitis also shown as treated Jan 7.64 Diarrhea; Mar 26 to 31.64 Constipation: wounded hand ampt. middle phalanx middle finger, at the battle of Wilderness May 6.64
transf'd May 7.64: treated as-jacobsun Rank Co K 22 VRC Dec 19.64 Diarrhea;
as Darius Jacobson Pvt Feb 19 to 28 .65 Rheumatism chronic relat'd to duty: Apr 7 to 17.65 Phthisis Pulmonatic ret'd to duty: June 28 to July 4.65
Diarrhea, ret'd to duty.
Died of abcess of right hand 20 December 1898 



The General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 (National Archives microfilm T288, roll 239) 

Veteran's Name: Abraham Jacobson
Service:  Co. I, 193rd NY Inf.
Date Filed  Class  App. No.   Cert. No.   State
16 Jul 1890 Invalid  829017 692684 New York

Pension Information:

15 March 1915
Abram Jacobson
Date and place of birth: Albion town, Oswego Co., NY, 7 Sept 1846
Post office at enlistment: Kasoag, NY
Wife: Matilda Price
Married 17 Sept 1871 at Amboy Center by Deloss Randall, Justice of Peace,  no children
Civil War: Co I 193rd Regt NY Inf age 19 enrolled Mar 22, 1865 and mustered  out (honorably discharged)      18 Jan 1866 at Harpers Ferry , VA . rank private
Height : 5 feet 9 inches, brown complexion, blue eyes, black hair, 
Occupation farmer, 
9 July 1890: rheumatism, stomache, which at time can not do any manual labor 
also weight ? troubles me very bad that said disabilities are not due to vicious habitts and are .. permanent...
15 December 1894: disease of heart which incapacitates him for manual labor that he has to be careful and avoid all hard work and excitement...
9 November 1927: Requires the regular personal aid and attendance of another person and has required such aid and attendance since Dec 14, 1925. Varicose ulcer of leg, rheumatism of muscles of back and shoulders, stomach troubles and has to have aid in dressing. 
Married to Myrtie D. Jacobson- Myrtie Middleton on 14 December 1925 by Rev. Oscar Thomas, Mexico, NY, marriage certificate exists, former wife: Matilda Price at Amboy 1872 died Aug 26, 1923
Stop payment notice: death of payee May 14, 1936

NYS Archives Series #13774 Town Clerk's Registers of Men Who Served in The Civil War 1865-1867

county oswego town albion
Jacobson, Abram
residence albion oswego co ny
time and place of birth sept 7, 1847 albion ,ny
rank private
regiment 193rd
enlisted march 1865
mustered march 1865
rank private
enlisted for 1 year
place of enlistment albion
color w
bounty paid by town $150
bounty paid by county $300
marital status s
parents abraham jacobson and catherine bain
occupation farmer
discharged june 18th 1865
PO address Kasoag, Oswego Co., NY

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