Indian Home Guard

42nd Congress. Alleged Frauds Against Certain Indian Soldiers. House of Representatives Report, 2nd Session, No. 96.

Third Regiment Indian Home Guards

A Company, 3rd Regiment, Indian Home Guards Names in Ledger of Alex Clapperton, Ft. Gibson, seized by the US Department of the Interior, Most are dated between 1868 and 1869. Each have a Receipt Number. Deceased are listed as dead. Long Aaron Little Aaron Rider Swimmer James Glass Frog, Nash Arch Silk. dead Thomas Stand, Dead …

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Second Regiment Indian Home Guards

A Company, 2nd Regiment, Indian Home Guards Names in Ledger of Alex Clapperton, Ft. Gibson, seized by the US Department of the Interior, Most are dated between 1868 and 1869. Each have a Receipt Number. Deceased are listed as dead. Robin Matoy, no bounty Rooky Mountain Stop-scondy Robin Dirt-Pot Thompson, Jesse Jack Thompson, dead James …

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Pension Peggy Wilson, Widow of Lacy Wilson

Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, December 21, 1870. SIR: In the case of Peggy Wilson, widow of Lacy Wilson, certificate No. 104,631, we have this day suspended further payment on account of discrepancies between the allegations of her original declaration and those of her deposition of this date. The appearance of the pensioner, her …

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Pension of Oker-kee-wer-you, widow of Toney

Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, January 30, 1871. SIR: We submit herewith declaration for reissue and increase in the case of Oker-kee-wer-you, (Oocker-we-you,) widow of “Toney,” (Toney.) The discrepancies between this and the original declaration are glaring and illustrate the utter recklessness with which applications were made in this locality; but the ignorance of the pensioner, …

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Pension Mrs. Mary Ann Perryman, mother of Joseph K. Perryman

United States Pension Agency, Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, January 12, 1871. SIR: We have been this day called upon by Mrs. Mary Ann Perryman, who desires information respecting her claim for additional bounty, as mother of Joseph K. Perryman, late of Company I, First Regiment Indian Home Guards. If you will advise us of the …

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Pension Minerva Davis, widow of Jesse Davis

Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, February 2, 1871. SIR: Enclosed herewith please find original papers in the case of Minerva Davis, widow of Jesse Davis, (certificate No. 104,659,) with application for increase on account of minor children, &c. The pensioner is totally blind. Morter Vann, one of the identifying witnesses, is acting as our interpreter, is …

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Pension Katy Timberleg, widow of Charles Timberleg

Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, January 9, 1871. Sir: Herewith please find claim for pension, application No. 138478, of Katy Timberleg, widow of Charles Timberleg, formerly private of Company F, Third Indian. Home Guards, comprising the papers therein filed by John W. Wright, and the new declaration and additional evidence taken by us, with a duplicate …

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