91st PA--men in the National Home, 1914

National Military Home, 1914


[Report of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1914. Serial Set volume 6875, Session volume 90, 63rd Congress, 3rd Session, House Document 1363. Eight relevant entries.]
Name. Rank. Company Organization. Length of service (months). What war. Rate of pension per month. Nativity, State or country. Date of admission. Age when admitted. Status.
 
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Cameron, Sylvester B. S I 91 Pa. Inf. 15 C 15 Pa. 11, 7, 90 53 S. dec. 2, 8, 13.
Lt. I 1 Pa. L.A. 2 C
 
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Clayton, Jas. H. P E 91 Pa. Inf. 43 C 25 Pa. 21, 3, 06 63 S. dis. 4, 2, 14.
P B 5 U.S. Cav 36 C
 
[page 316]
Dougherty, Samuel T. Mus. I 91 Pa. Inf. 45 C 19 Pa 11, 3, 11 69 S. dis. 17, 11, 13.
 
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Everett, David D. P H 91 Pa. Inf. 4 C 15 1/2 Pa 10, 7, 03 59 C. dis. 20, 2, 14
P B 171 Pa. Inf. 10 C
 
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Million, Nicholas P B 91 Pa. Inf. 11 C 20 Fra 24, 4, 94 57 D. dec. 7, 10, 13
 
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Poole, Geo. L. P H 91 Pa. Inf. 50 C 25 Pa 24, 4, 85 43 S. dec. 14, 1, 14.
 
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Reese, Aquila A., jr. Lt A 91 Pa. Inf. 4 C 17 Md 2, 10, 13 68 S. dec. 21, 5, 14.
[the pension index by unit has an Aquila A Reese Jr, 2nd Lt in the 8th Regiment of the US Cavalry, who died on 21 May 1914 at Baltimore Maryland]
 
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Wilkinson, Wm. A. P K 91 Pa. Inf. 12 C ... N.Y. 19, 1, 96 56 S. dpd. 14, 1, 14

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