Signature of Edward B. Walker Genealogy of Edward B. Walker
1756-1838, Duplin County, North Carolina - Sullivan, Claiborne, Hancock Counties, Tennessee


Request to Third Auditor

13 February 1879

Despite the questions to Sarah, the Pension Officer also started the process to confirm Edward's service with the Third Auditor.

Navy, Old War, and Bounty Land Division.
R. W. D.

Service Pension, War of 1812, or Bounty Land Claim.

Department of the Interior,
Pension Office,
Washington D.C. Feb 13th, 1879.


You are respectfully requested to furnish official evidence of the enrollment, muster, service, duty, and discharge or death of Edward Walker, who is alleged to have ["been" crossed out] volunteered at Bluntville, Tenn, on the 26th day of July, 1814, in Captain Click's Company, of Col. Joab Hill's Regiment of Tenn Mil, and to have been discharged (or died) at Mobeal Bay on the --- day of Feb, 1815.

If the above name is not found on the rolls of said Company, will you so state, and report as to enrollment, &c., in the case of any man bearing a similar name, whom you have good reason for believing to be the soldier inquired for.

Please return this circular with your report.
Claim No. 32556

Respectfully your,
J A Bentley

The Hon Third Auditor

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