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Declaration for an original Invalid Pension 3 Apr 1886 (C)
Service Record 25 Jan 1887  (N)
Pension Questionnaire, 15 Jan 1898  (O)
Doctor's Affidavit, 5 May 1913  (P)
Affidavit to birth date and place  24 May 1913  (F) 
Pension Questionnaire  2 Jan 1915  (G)
Declaration for Pension, 21 July 1923 (A)
General Affidavit Attesting to Medical Condition, 25 Aug 1923 (B)
General Affidavit from Isabelle Piles - 25 Aug 1923 [01]
Declaration for Widow's Pension  6 June 1928  (D)
Affidavit from Susan King 9 June 1928  [02]
Affidavit from M. W. Timmons 9 June 1928  [03]
Pension Card, 12 June 1928 C0. C 44 OVC  (H)
Pension Card, 12 June 1928 Co. C 44 OVI  (I)
Pension Index Card, 12 June 1928 Co. C OVI-OVC  (J)
Doctor's Affidavit  9 July 1928  (E)
Official Roster of Soldiers from Ohio - Acc002535 (nd) (L)
Index Card Acc002556  (nd) (M)

Bk3405 (K)

(OVC = Ohio Volunteer Cavalry) - (OVI = Ohio Volunteer Infantry) -
(Listed in Date Order)

    Joshua F. Piles
Application No
. 573.073
Certificate No
.  386.046

Isabelle Mundhank Piles 
Application No. 1616662
Certificate No.  A12-19-28

 

 

(A)Declaration for Pension - 21 July 1923
Transcription:

FORM 145 1M 3-16-23
DECLARATION FOR PENSION
Act of May 1, 1920
The Pension Certificate should not be forwarded with the Application
STATE OF Ohio, County of Miami, ss:
on this 21" day of July, A.D. 1923, personally appeared before me, a Notary
public, within and for the county and State aforesaid, Joshua F. Piles
who, being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is 81 years of age, and a resident of Pyrmont
county of Montgomery, State of Ohio; and that he is the identical person
who was ENROLLED at Dayton Ohio, under the name of Joshua F. Piles
on the 5th day of January, 1865, as a Private
in Co C 8th Regiment O. V. Cavalry
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in the service of the United States, in the Civil War, and was HONORABLY DISCHARGED
at Clarksburg, W. Va, on the 30" day of July, 1865. That he also
served C 44th O.V.I
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That his personal description at enlistment was as follows: Height, 5 feet 8 inches; complexion, fair
color of eyes, black; color of hair, black; that his occupation was farmer
that he was born February 14, 1842, at Lewisburg, Preble Co
Ohio
That he requires the regular personal aid and attendance of another person on account of the following disabilities:
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Sciatic Rheumatism, Kidney and bladder trouble, piles; totally
(the original form must have been folded at this point – there are hints of words but not readable)
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That since leaving the service he has resided at Pyrmont, Montgomery Co Ohio
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And his occupation has been painter and decorator, retired 8 yrs ago
That he has applied for pension under original No ____ that he is _____ a pensioner under Certificate
No. 386046
That he hereby appoints – (a line is drawn across the line where the attorney name and address is to go)
That he makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the pension roll of the United States under the provisions of the act/ of May 1, 1920

Round Rubber Stamp, Right Center:  "U.S. Pension Office/ Jul/27/1923"

Two witnesses signed:
Carl Mc Bee/ R. 1. Brookville, O
A K Piles/ Brookville, Ohio

Joshua F Piles – P. O. Brookville, Ohio – signed his name

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21 day of July, A.D. 1923 and I hereby certify that the contents of the above declaration were fully made known and explained to the applicant before swearing, including the words _____ erased, and the words _____, added; and that I have no interest, direct or indirect, in the prosecution of this claim – Signed J. Frank Martin/ Notary Public/Troy Ohio
A Rubber stamp in lower left corner of the document: “Declaration accepted as a claim under Sec 2, act of May 1, 1920. Chief, Law Div/ Per ???"
 

Doc1492.pdf

Military Record: Declaration for Pension, 21 July 1923, Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002579/Doc1492.pdf

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(B)General Affidavit Attesting to medical condition - 25 Aug 1823 - Joshua F. Piles
GENERAL AFFIDAVIT
STATE OF Ohio County of Montgomery SS:
In the matter of Joshua F Piles
G 44th O.V.I IC386046
ON THIS 25 day of August A.D. 1923, personally appeared before me
a Notary Public, in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer
oaths Joshua F Piles Aged 81 years, a resident of Brookville (Pyrmont)
in the County of Montgomery, and State of Ohio
whose Post-office address is Brookville Ohio R R 1
well known to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who being duly sworn, declared in relation
to aforesaid case as follows:
I have been ? suffering from Sciatic rheumatism, Kidney and bladder troubles for years but for the past eighteen months or more have been in such condition that I have required the regular care and attendance of a second person in dressing and otherwise attending to my physical needs.

Signed: Joshua F Piles

There is a rectangular stamp at the lower center of the form which reads: “Widow Division/Files/Aug 29 1923/D.C./Bureau of Pensions”

 

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Military Record, General Affidavit, Joshua F Piles, 25 Aug 1923, attesting to medical condition. Photocopy - Original Data: NARA - Acc002677

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(C)Declaration for an Original Invalid Pension, 3 Apr 1886
Declaration for an Original Invalid Pension
This must be Executed before a Court of Record or some Office Thereof Having Custody of the Seal

State of Ohio, County of Montgomery, SS:
on this 3d day of April A.D. One thousand eight hundred and eighty six
personally appeared before me Deputy Clerk of the Common Plead a court
of Record within and for the county and state aforesaid Joshua F. Piles
aged 42 years, who, being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is the identical
Joshua F Piles who was ENROLLED on the [3 or 5]th day of
Sept 1861, in company “G” of the 44th regiment of Ohio Vol.
commanded by W. W. Woodward and was honorably DISCHARGED at
Clarksburg W. Va on the 30" day of July, 1865; That his
personal description is as follows: Age 42 years; height 5 feet 8 inches; complexion Fair
hair, black; eyes Black. That while a member of the organization aforesaid, in the
service and in the line of his duty at Charleston in the State of Virginia
on or about the 17" day of November, 1861, he contracted a
severe cold which settled on his lungs and he
has been affected with disease of lungs ever since.
Also about the same time and place he contract-
ed a disease of the Bowels which terminated in
Chronic Diarrhea, from which he has never
recovered causing him to be disabled from 
performing but little labor.

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That he was treated in hospitals as follows: Camp Piatt Kanawha Valley W Va
Dr H K Steele 17th November 1861 was in hospital 11 weeks
was sent home 3 months.

That he has not been employed in the military or naval service otherwise than as stated above reenlisted
in 8th Co V. I. Co “G” Jany 1864 and discharged – Clarksburg W Va

That he has not been employed in the military, or Naval service of the United States since the 30 day of July 1865

That since leaving the service this applicant has resided in the town of Pyrmont
in the State of Ohio, and that his occupation has been that of a Painter
That prior to his entry into the service above named he was a man of good sound, physical health, being when enrolled a
Farmer. That he is now partially disabled
from obtaining his subsistence by manual labor by reason of his injuries, above described, received in the service of
the United States; and he therefore makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the invalid pension
roll of he United States. He thereby appoints with full power of substitution and revocation,
SOULE & CO., Of Washington, D.C.,
his true and lawful attorneys to prosecute his claim. That he has never received nor applied for
a pension; that his residence is no. ___ Street _______
______________ and that his post office address is
Pyrmont, Montgomery Co., Ohio

Joshua F. Piles [Signature]

[Two Signatures, Lower Left]

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Doc1487.pdf

 

Military Record. John F. Piles, Declaration for an Original Invalid Pension, 3 Apr 1886. Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002574/Doc1487.pdf

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(D)Declaration for Widow's Pension, 6 June 1928
3-015
DECLARATION FOR WIDOW’S PENSION
Act of May 1, 1920

[Running vertically along the left side of the form: “Claimant should comply fully with the instructions on the back of this declaration” – I only have the front side copy]

State of Ohio, County of Montgomery, SS:
On this 6th day of June, 1928, before me, the undersigned, personally
appeared Isabel Piles, who makes the following declaration as an application for
pension under the provisions of the act of Congress approved May 1, 1920.
That she is 77 years of age, that she was born in the year 1851
at Pyrmont, Ohio
That she is the widow of Joshua Piles, who
ENLISTED Sept 4, 1861, at Dayton, Ohio, under the name of
Joshua Piles, in Company “C or G” 44 Ohio Cavalry
and was honorably
DISCHARGED July 30, 1865, having served ninety days or more, or was discharged for, or died in service
of the United States of a disability incurred in the service in the line of duty, during the CIVIL WAR, and who
DIED May 30, 1928, at Pyrmont, Montg Co Ohio
That he also served in 8th Ohio Cavalry
and that, except as herein stated, said soldier (or sailor) was not employed in the military or naval service of the United States;
THAT SHE WAS MARRIED to said soldier (or sailor) Jan 10th, 1866, under the name
of Isabel Mudhank, at Dayton Ohio
by David Winters; that she had not been previously married, that he had not
been previously married;

[There are no children listed who are under 16 years of age and living at the time]

That she did not serve in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States between April 6, 1917, and
July 2, 1921, or at any time during said period.
That no member of her family served in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of he United States between
April 6, 1917, and July 2, 1921, or at any time during said period
That she has not heretofore applied for pension, the number of her former claim being:; that said
soldier (or sailor) was a pensioner, the number of his pension certificate being 386046.

Signatures of 2 witnesses with their addresses

Signature of Isabell Piles – RFD #1 – Brookville, Ohio

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of June, 1928, and I hereby certify that
the contents of the above declaration were fully made known and explained to the applicant before swearing, including the words
[nothing indicated] erased, and the words [nothing indicated] added; and that I
have no interest, direct or indirect, in the prosecutions of this claim.

Signed: Abraham Hay/ Notary Public/Brookville, Ohio

Rubber stamp: “Validity accepted/as to execution/Chief, Record Division./per [initials]

At the top right corner is a rubber stamp: “FROM CONGRESSMAN/ROY G FITZGERALD”

At the bottom right is a circular stamp – U.S. Pension Office/ Jun 12 1928
 


 

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Military Record, Declaration for Widow's Pension, Isabel Piles, 6 June 1928. Photocopy - Original Data: NARA - Acc002678

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(E)Doctor's Affidavit, 9 July 1928
KARL W. HORN, M. D.
Lewisburg, Ohio

[Handwritten]

July 9, 1928
To whom it may concern
This is to
certify that I treated Mr. Joshua
F. Piles on May 30th 1928, following
an automobile accident and
that the said Joshua F Piles lived
only a few hours following said
accident dying on the 30th day
of May 1928

Signature of Karl W Horn, MD

Subscribed and sworn to this 9th day of July 1928.
Signed: Edward R. Imel
Notary Public

There is a round stamp in the lower left of the document that reads: Pension Office/ U.S./ Jul 12 1928
 

 

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Military Record, Doctor's Affidavit, 9 July 1928. Karl W Horn, MD. Photocopy - Original Data: NARA. Acc002679

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(F)Affidavit to birth date and place, 24 May 1913
Round, double stamp in the upper right corner of the document: “Removal Division/ May/ 27/ 1913

Handwritten:

Montgomery Co. State of Ohio

Personaly appeared before me a notary
public in and for said Co and
state above mentioned. Joshua F. Piles
who makes oath says that he was born
February 14 1842. And exhibited to me
the old family Bible printed in 1846
which belonged to his parents:
and I looking at the records of that old
Bible inscribed thus found
Joshua F. Piles was born on
February [crossed out] the 14 day of February
1842 And that records bear no
marks of erasure, or alteration

Signature of Joshua F Piles

Sworn to and subscribed before me
a notary Public this 24 day of May 1913

Signed: W W Hamilton/ Notary Public in/ and for said Co. and/ state

Lower left corner of document is a round stamp: U.S. Pension Office K May 26 1913 
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Doc1491.pdf

Military Record: Affidavit to Birth, 24 May 1913, Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc0025787/Doc1491.pdf

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(G)Pension Questionnaire, 2 Jan 1915
3-889
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF PENSIONS

Washington, D. C, January 2, 1915
SIR: Please answer, at your earliest convenience, the questions enumerated below. The information
is requested for future use, and it may be of great value to your widow or children. Use the inclosed
envelope, which requires no stamp.
Very respectfully,
Signature [not readable]/Commissioner

[A circular stamp tying the signature to the form reads]: U.S. Pension Office/ L/  Mar/ 24/ 1915 ]

Joshua F Piles/Brookville Ohio/386046 Act May/R R 1

No. 1. Date and place of birth? Answer. Lewisburg Preble Co, O. Feb 14" 1842
The name of organizations in which you served? Answer. Company C 44th O V I   8" O V C

No. 2. What was your post office at enlistment? Answer.   Pyrmont O

No. 3. State your wife’s full name and her maiden name. Answer.   Isabell Piles Nee Mundhuk

No. 4. When, where, and by whom were you married? Answer. January 11th 1866, at Dayton, O
by Rev. David Winters Reformed Church

No. 5. Is there any official or church record of your marriage? We have marriage certificate

No. 6. Were you previously married? [Crossed out]

No. 7 If your present wife was married before her marriage to you, . . . [this is crossed out]

No. 8. Are you now living with your wife, or has there been a separation? Answer. I am still living
with my wife Isabell Piles, and will be till last roll call

No. 9. State the names and dates of birth of all your children, living or dead. Answer. Ollie Piles Oct
30 1866, Frank Piles Sept 3 1868
Ambrose Piles Oct 11 1870. Lizzie Pyles
Feb 4" 1880. Died Jan 30 1897

Date March 23 1915

Signed: Joshua F. Piles
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Doc1493.pdf

 

Military Record: Pension Questionnaire, 2 Jan 1915, Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002580/Doc1493.pdf

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(H)Pension Card, 12 June 1928  C0. C 44 OVC
Extract:

"DEAD" -
Name of Soldier: Piles, Joshua F - Service: Co C, 44 Regt Ohio Inf - Enlisted: Sept 5, 1861 - Discharged: Jan 4 4, 1864 - Invalid Filing: 10 May 1886 - Application # 573.073 - Certificate # 386046 - Widow Filing: 12 June 1928 - Application # 1616662 - Law 5 1 20 - Certificate # A12-19-28 -
Additional Service: C 8 Ohio Cav -
Died: May 30, 1928 at Pyrmont, Oh 


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Military Record. Pension Card, Joshua F Piles. Original Data: NARA, T289, roll 405. http://www.fold3.com/image/#6002318  , accessed 11 Feb 2013. Acc001012

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(I)Pension Card, 12 June 1928 Co. C 44 OVI
Extract:

DEAD - Name of Soldier: Piles, Joshua F - Service: Co C, 8 Regt Ohio Cav - Term of Service: Blank - Filings Listed: 1886 May 10 - Invalid, Application No 573073 - Certificate No 386046 - 1928 June 12 - Widow, App# 1616662 - Law: 5-1-20 - Certificate # U12-19-28 - Additional Services: C 44 Ohio Inf Remarks: Blank - Initials - Died: May 30 1928 at Pyrmont, Oh 


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Military Record. Pension Card, Joshua F Piles. Original Data: NARA, T289, roll 446. http://www.fold3.com/image/#6027898  , accessed 11 Feb 2013. Acc001013/Ph8247.jpg

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(J)Pension Index Card, 12 June 1928 Co. C OVI-OVC
Extract:

Name of Claimant: Piles, Joshua F - Widow: Piles, Isabell - Service: C 44 Ohio Inf C 8 Ohio Cav - Claim Data: Date: 1881 May 10 - Claim Class: Invalid - Application# 573.0_3 - Certificate#: 386046 - Date: 1928 June 12 - Claim Class: Widow - Application#: 1616663 - Certificate#: A-12-19-28 - State Place Where Filed: Ohio) - (Note: See Acc000997-D for Declaration for Widows Pension

 

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Database Online "Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934". Pension Index Card, Joshua F Piles. Original: Nara, T288. www.ancestry.com , accessed 28 Nov 2007. Acc000998

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(K)Bk3405
Extract, Page 833:   Jan 30 to April 30, 1864 - Camp Denison, Ohio

Note:  This source shows the movement of Co. C of the 8th Ohio Cav and the 44th Ohio Inf from 18 Sept 1861 when they mustered in to 30 July 1865 when they were mustered out 

Archive.org URL to read source
United States, NARA, US Adjutant-General's Office.  Compiled Records Showing Service of Military Units in Volunteer Union Organizations.  Original Record (Microfilm) NARA 594, roll 141, Ohio 6th to 12th cavalry, [Archive.org pages 808-843] http://www.archive.org/stream/compiledrecordss0141unit#page/n963/mode/2up , accessed 10 July 2010.  Bk3405.

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(L) Military Record: Database online - Official roster of the soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, Vols. 1-12", page 301, 302. Co. C, 44th Ohio Vol. Inf., Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, Line 44. www.ancestry.com, accessed 3 Feb 2013.  Acc002535/Doc1447.pdf

Extract:

Page 301:
Company C
Mustered in Sept. 18, 1861, at Camp Clark, O., by J.H. Young, Captain 15th Infantry, U.S.A. Consolidated with Co. C., 8th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, Jan 4, 1864, at Cincinnati, O.

Page 302:
Name: Piles, Joshua F.
Rank: Private
Age: 19
Date of Entering Service: 5 Sept 1861
Term: 3 years
Remarks: Transferred to Co. C, 8th O.V.C., Jan 4 1864; Veteran 

Doc1447.pdf
 

 

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(M)  Military Record: Joshua F. Piles - alphabetical card index to the compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers belonging to units from the State of Ohio. NARA, M532_0084. http://www.fold3.com/image/#288639688  .accessed 11 Feb 2013. Acc002556/Doc1468.pdf

Extract:
Piles Joshua F or Joshua
Co. C, 8 Ohio Cavalry.
Pvt Pvt
Bottom of card:
General Index Card
This card must not be taken from the files.
(382) 

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(N) Service Record 25 Jan 1887 -
Transcription

573,073
War Department
Adjutant General's Office,
Washington, Jan 25, 1887.
      Respectfully returned to the Commissioner of Pensions.
Joshua F. Piles, a Private of Company C,
44th Regiment Ohio Volunteers, was enrolled on the
5th day of September, 1861, at Dayton, O. for 3 yrs,
and is reported:  on roll from enrollment to Oct 31/61 without
remark as to presence or absent.  Returns prior to April
/62 not on file.  Roll for Nov & Dec/61 absent sick in
Hospital at Camp Piatt.  Jany & Feby/62 absent - "Home
on sick furlough dated Jan 20.  Expires Feb 12, 1862."
March & April/62 present:  and same to Oct 31/62.
Nov & Dec/62 absent on detached service since Dec 5/62,
and same to Feby 28/63.  March & April/63 present and
same to Dec 31/63.  Re enlisted as a Vet. Vol. Jany 30
1864.  Designation changed to Co. C 8th Ohio Cav'ly
Roll from Jany 30th to April 30/64 - absent without leave
since April 29/64.  May & June/64 present with re=
mark:  "Stop one month and 5 days pay for absence without
leave as per sentence of Court Martial."  July & Aug/ 64
(Over)  [see Page 2]

(Page 2)

present: and same to Oct 31/64.  Nov & Dec/64 reports
him deserted from Beverly West VA Dec 12th/64.
Jany & Feby/65 present with remark:  "Found from desertion Jan 15/65"  March & April/65 present:
and same to June 30/65.  He was mustered out with Co.
July 30/65 at Clarksburg, W. Va

Regimental Hospital Records 44th Ohio Vols. not on file
Regimental Hospital Records 8th Ohio Cavalry show
J. Piles Co. "C" healed Feb 1" 1865, for "Scabies (Itch)"
No piles other than claimant - ??? on roll of Co "C"
8th Ohio Cavalry for Jan and Feb. 1865

Nature of sickness in 1861 & 2 not stated,
No Medical Certificate for furlough of
Jan 20/62 on file.
       The records of this office
found no additional information
in the case.

Signature:  R C Dr??
Assistant Adjutant General
[Another unreadable signature]

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Doc1488.pdf
Summary:

-  Pension Certificate No.  573.073
-  Name, rank, unit:  Joshua F. Piles - Private - Co. C, 44th OVI
-  5 Sept 1861:  Enrolled,  Dayton, Ohio for 3 years
-  Sept/Oct 1861:  on roll without remark
-  Nov/Dec 1861:  Reported absent, sick in Hospital at Camp Piatt
-  Jan/Feb 1862:  Absent - Home on sick furlough - dated 20 Jan - expires 12 Feb 1962
-  March to 31 Oct 1862:  Present
-  Nov 1862 to 28 Feb 1863 - Absent on detached service since 5 Dec 1862
-  March to 31 Dec 1863:  Present
-  30 Jan 1864:  Re-enlisted as a veteran. 
-  Designation changed to Co. C, 8th OVC
-  30 Jan to 30 Apr 1864:  Absent without leave since 29 Apr 1864
-  May/June 1864:  Present with Remark "Stop one month and 5 days pay for absence without leave as per sentence
   of Court Martial"
-  July to 31 Oct 1864 - Present
-  Nov/Dec 1864:  reports he deserted from Beverly, West VA 12 Dec 1864
-  Jan/Feb 1865:  Present with remark - "Found from desertion 15 Jan 1865"
-  March to 30 June 1865:  Present
-  30 July 1865:  Mustered out with company Clarksburg, W. Va.

Military Record: Service Record, Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, 25 Jan 1887. Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002575/Doc1488.pdf

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(o)  Pension Questionnaire, 15 Jan 1898 -
Transcription:

1051  Mar 28-13/ Bell Run St

3-402
Certificate No. 386046  Department of the Interior
Name, Joshua F Piles
BUREAU OF PENSIONS/  Washington, D. C., January 15, 1898
SIR:
   In forwarding to the pension agent the executed voucher for your next
quarterly payment please favor me by returning this circular to him with
replies to the questions enumerated below.
Very respectfully,  [Signature], Commissioner.
Name/ ? ? Pension Agent,/ Columbus, Ohio.

First.  Are your Married?  IF so, please state your wife's full name and her maiden name.
Answer.  Yes.  Isabell Piles nee Mundhank
Second.  When, where, and by whom were you married?
Answer.  1866 Rev Winters Jan 11"
Third.  What record of marriage exists?
Answer.  Probate Court - Dayton Ohio
Fourth.  Were you previously married?
Answer.  No.
Fifth.  Have you any children living?  If so, please state their names and the dates of their birth.
Answer.  Ollie Piles, 30" Oct 1866.  Frank Piles
13 Sept 1868.  Ambrose Piles 11 Oct
1870
Signature:  Joshua F Piles
Date of reply, June 4", 1898

Doc1489.pdf
Military Record: Pension Questionnaire, 15 Jan 1898, Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002576/Doc1489.pdf

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(P)  Doctor's Affidavit, 5 May 1913 -
Transcription:

W. C. Tobey M. D./ Rooms 829-30 Reibold Building/ Dayton Ohio
Dayton O 5/5 13
To Whom it may concern,
This is to certify I have
been Joshua F. Pile's physician every
since I have been a graduate of medicine;
I have known him all my life, as to
his ability to perform manual labor I can
swear as I have many times - He is
not able to do any Manual Labor &
Never will be.
Hoping this fills the
requirements asked for. 
I am Yours/ W.C. Toby M.D. [Signature]

Lower left corner:
State of Ohio/ Montgomery Co }  SS.  Sworn to by the said
WC Tobey MD and by him signed in
[my] presence this 12 day of May aD 1913
HW Frank Deputy Clerk Courts.

Rubber Stamps:
Upper right corner, Oval Stamp:  ??cord/???on/ 14 1913 (rest unreadable)
Lower right corner, Round Double Stamp:  Removal Division/ May/17/1913

Doc1490.pdf
Military Record: Doctor's Affidavit, 5 May 1913, Joshua F. Piles, ID1279, Original Data: NARA Civil War Pension Files. Scanned from photocopy. Wilma Haas Lucas Papers. Acc002577/Doc1490.pdf

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[01] General Affidavit from Isabelle Piles, 23 Aug 1923 -
State of Ohio County of Montgomery
In the matter of Joshua F. Piles 44th O.V.I IC 386,046
On this 25th day of August A.D. 1923, personally appeared before me
a Notary Public, in and for the aforesaid county, duly authorized to administer
oaths Isabell Piles aged 72 years, a resident of Brookville (Pyrmont)
in the County of Montgomery, and State of Ohio
whose Post-office address is Brookville Ohio R R 1
well known to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declared in relation
to the aforesaid case as follows:
I am the attendant of Joshua F. Piles.
For the past eighteen months I have washed
and dressed this claimant, Joshua F. Piles he
being unable to care for himself properly.  He
is a great sufferer from rheumatism, kidney
and bladder troubles, being able only at rar
intervals to do anything for himself.  On account
of these ailments I take care of him regularly.

She further declares that she has no interest in said case and is not concerned in its prosecution
Isabell Piles (Signature ??)

Rectangular Rubber Stamp:
Widow Division/ Files/ Aug 29 1923
U.S./ Bureau of Pensions

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[02] Affidavit from Susan King, 9 June 1928 -
State of Ohio, County of Montgomery, SS.
In the Matter of Original Pension of Isabell Piles
widow of Joshua Piles 44 OVI & 8 OVC
On this 9th day of June A.D. 1928, personally appeared before me a
Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths,
Susan King aged 85 years, a resident of Pyrmont
in the County of Montgomery and State of Ohio
P.O. R F D # 1 Brookville, Ohio

I Susan King aged 85 years, have known
Joshua Piles all my life.  That he, Joshua Piles
and Isabell Mundhenk were married more
than sixty years ago, and have lived
all those years in wedded bliss
That neither one was ever married before.

Round Rubber Stamp:  U.S. Pension Office/ June 12 1928

affiant further declared that she has no interest in said case and is not concerned
in its prosecution
Susan F. King (Signature)

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[03] Affidavit from M. W. Timmons, 9 June 1928 -
General Affidavit
State of Ohio, County of Montgomery, SS.
In the Matter of Original Pension for Isabelle Piles
widow of Joshua Piles 44 OVI & 8 OVC
On this 9th day of June A.D. 1928, personally appeared before me a
Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths,
M W Timmons aged 81 years, a resident of Pyrmont
in the County of Montgomery and State of Ohio
P.O. RFD #1, Brookville, Ohio . . .

That he has personally know Joshua Piles for 65 years, and that
Joshua Piles and Isabell Mundhenk were married more than 60 years
ago, and that neither of them were ever married before.

Round Rubber Stamp:  U.S. Pension Office/ Jun 12 1928

affiant further declared that he has no interest in said case and is not concerned
in its prosecution.
M. W. Timmons (Signature)

 

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