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A transcript of the Pension List of the United States for 1813
Reprited for Clearfield Co,. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD

Letter from the Secretary of War, Communicating a transcript of the pension list of The United States showing the number of pensioners in the several districts. Also, the amount allowed to each pensioner. June 1,1813 referred to the Committee of Claims. Washington.
A.& G. Way, Printers 1813.

Washington City
May 31st, 1813
Sir,
I have the honor to transmit you herewith, to be laid before the House, a report relative to the pension list of the United State.  I have the honor
to be, Sir,
Very respectfully your Obedient servant,
JOHN ARMSTRONG


To the Hon. the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States.
WAR DEPARTMENT
May 28th, 1813
In obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the United States, bearing date the 12th of February, 1812, the Secretary of War has the honor to present a transcript of the pension list of the said states, (contained on four sheets in folio, paged from one to sixteen) exhibiting the number of each pensioner as he stands on the roll of the respective districts or agencies, his rank or quality, and the amount of the annual stipend at present allowed each person by law.
All which is respectfully submitted
JOHN ARMSTRONG


The list is set up as follows:
1. NUMBER ON THE ROLL
2. NAMES
3. RANK OR QUALITY
4. ANNUAL STIPEND

Paid at the seat of government but residing in:
KENTUCKY

1   William Little, Private - 60
2   Robert Barron, Private - 60
3   Oliver Bennet, Private - 60
4   Henry Shaw, Private - 30
5   Squire Boone, Private - 36
6   Quintin Moore, Private - 20
7   George Fennell, Private - 30
8   James Warson, Private - 40
9   James Berry , Private - 20
10 Isaac Burnham, Private - 48
11 John Shanks, Private - 40
12 Andrew Allison, Private - 36
13 John Brown , Sergeant - 30
14 William Nieves, Private - 30
15 Thomas Hickman, Private - 24
16 John Jacobs, Private - 60
17 Robert Patterson,  Colonel - 300
18 Virgil Poe, Private - 30  (Franklin County, Kentucky)
19 Joseph Shaw , Private - 24
20 Joseph Todd, Private - 24

TOTAL OF ANNUAL STIPENDS $ 1002.00

Source:
Information previously posted by Jo Thiessen


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