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Index of Confederate pension applications, Commonwealth of Kentucky

Kentucky. Division of Archives and Records Management
compiled by Alicia Simpson
Simpson, Alicia (Added Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Frankfort, Kentucky : Archives Branch, Division of Archives and Records Management, Dept. of Library and Archives, 1981, c1978
207, 10 p. ; 28 cm

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This "index is arranged alphabetically and lists the applicant's name, county of residence at the time the application was made, the date the application was received in the Confederate pensions office, and the application number. The listings for the widow's applications provide maiden names if stated on the application. The veteran husbands' names are listed in parentheses."--Introd.

A copy of the original printing (c1978) is included at the back of the book.

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