Archive for the ‘Company B’ Category

Not all veterans (or survivors) applied for pensions. However, many of them were witnesses and provided personal information about themselves in the process. Sometimes that information isn’t available elsewhere.

Invalid– 652,403 / 552,192

General Affidavit, Andrew Nimmo, 25 January 1893
57 years old; residence, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Virginia; post-office address, 387 Church St., Norfolk, Va
“That in the Spring of 1865 while charging on in line of duty at New Kent, Va. the claimant’s horse fell on him which affected the said Isaac Mosely’s head and eyes … he has to stop work and lie down … he is at least 2/3 disabled. That I was present when his horse fell on him”

General Affidavit, Lewis Dawley. 26 January 1893
57 years old; residence, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Virginia; post-office address, Church St., Norfolk, Va.
“That in the Spring of 1865 while skirmishing at New Kent, Va. the above named comrade’s horse stumbled and fell upon him … he can hardly do any manual labor”
[Note: Signed “Louis Dawley” — Leslie]

General Affidavit, Gideon Christian, MD, 3 February 1893
residence, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Va
“I did not know this man until some eight or ten years after the war when I attended him for an attack of rheumatism associated with malaria twice.”

General Affidavit, Isaac Kellum and Gilbert Wright, 27 Februrary 1893
[Kellum] 66 years old; residence; Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Va.
[Wright] 55 years old; residence, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Va.
“Affiants have known Isaac Mosely the past six or seven years”

Deposition, Mark Sanford, 10 May 1893
about 51 years old; “occupation, boss of hands picking berrys, no regular occupation”; residence, 26 Owen St, Norfolk, Va

Deposition, Isaac Mosely, 13 May 1893
48 years old; occupation, laborer; residence, 33 Wise St., Norfolk, Va.
“Q. What witnesses did you have?
A. Isaac Kellam and Gilbert Wright”

Deposition, John Whitehurst, 15 May 1893
69 yeas old; occupation, driver; residence, 208 Goff St., Norfolk, Va.

Affidavit for General Purposes, Andrew Nimmo, 16 August 1893
56 years old; residence, 411 Church St., Norfolk, Va.
“Claimant and I have been neighbors and see one another as often a three times a week”

Affidavit for General Purposes, John Lynnier, 16 August 1893
42 years old
“That on or about March 1866 I met Isaac Mosely claimant who had then just returned from the army of the US … we are intimate neighbors”

Affidavit for General Purposes, Joseph White, 5 September 1893
46 years old; residence, 40 National St., Norfolk, Va.
“That I have known claimant five years before the late War of Rebellion and we lived together and frequently worked together up to 1890”

Affidavit for General Purposes, D.E. Ferebee, 6 September 1893
“I have been acquainted with claimant about thirty years and was in the same company and regiment also have seen him his discharge at least once a week. Often [sic] and on for about thirteen years”

General Affidavit, Dempsey E. Ferebee and Martin Corprew, 16 December 1893
[Ferebee] 60 years old; residence, Norfolk, Norfol Co., Va; post-office address, 15 Kent St., Norfolk, Va
[Corprew] 58 years old, residence, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Va; post-office address, 90 Calvary St., Norfolk, Va.
“That they are both well acquainted with the claimant … and knew him well in the service … inflamed eyes from exposure and smoke and explosion of shells and powder … They have seen claimant at least once or twice a year during each and every year from 1866 to the present time. For the first thirteen years or thereabout from 1866 they saw claimant at least once a week”

Deposition, Isaac Mosely, 14 April 1894
49 years old; occupation, laborer; residence and post-office address, 30 Wise St., Norfolk, Va.

Deposition, Dempsey E. Ferebee, 16 April 1894
60 years old; occupation, minister of the gospel; residence and post-office address, 22 Lincoln St., Norfolk, Va.
“I have known the claimant Isaac Mosely since 1864. He and I were members of Co B, 1 USCC, during the late war”

Sworn Statement, Martin Corprew, 6 June 1894
“I enlisted with Isaac Mosely … we serve [sic] together during the war and were discharged at the same time … battle in front of Petersburg, Va about the fall of 1864 … I have lived near Isaac Mosely ever since our discharge in Norfolk, Va. and have seen him about once a week during that time”

General Affidavit, L. B. Montague, MD, 14 October 1895
57 years old; residence, Norfolk, Norfolk Co., Va.
“Isaac Mosley came to me for examination on this 11th day Oct 1895”

Sworn Statement, Dempsey E. Ferebee, 27 June 1898
60 years old; occupation, minister of the gospel; post-office address, 15 Kent St., Norfolk, Va.
“I served in Co B, 1st USC Cav … I am well acquainted with the clmt … and have known continuously since except from 1875 to 1891 when I was away from Norfolk, I saw him occasionally even during said time … [injured by] explosion of a shell near Petersburg on the turnpike, this was sometime before Richmond fell in 1865”

Questionnaire (Form 3-402), Isaac Mosely, 15 March 1898
[married] Louisa Mosely — Louisa Whitehurst
[where, when, by whom] “about 4 yrs ago — Norfolk, Va. — Rev. Brickhouse
[record] “marriage register = Norfolk City Clerk’s Office”
[previously married] Margaret (Eyre) Mosely — Died Mar 15, 1882
[living children] three by first wife, all over 20; none living by 2d wife

Letter from Isaac Mosely, Norfolk, Va. to H.C. Evans, Commisioner of Pensions, 23 March, 1898
“I was married to my present wife February 23, 1891. I married her under the name of Louisa Cuffy. In my reply to circular I gave her name as Louise Whitehurst. That was her maiden name, but she was a widow when I married her, the name of her former husband being Cuffy.”

Questionnaire (Form 3-173), Isaac Mosely, 22 June 1898
[married] Louisa Mosely — Louisa Cuffey
[where, when, by whom] “six years ago last fall – Norfolk, Va. — Elder John Brickhouse
[record] “marriage register – clerk’s office – Norfolk City”
[previously married] Margaret Mosely died Mch 5, 1882, Norfolk, Va
[living children] Isaac Mosely, 34 years old; Ann Mosely, 26 years; Edward Mosely, 22 years old

Deposition, Isaac Mosely, 9 January 1902
56 years old [60 was pencilled in above this item]; “inmate of the S.S. home though till a year ago I lived at 10 O’Keefe St., and my eyesight is so bad that I have no occupation”
“I was born in Norfolk County, Va., and was a slave; was owned by John Griddle. My father was Charles Mosely … prior to enlistment was a farmer.”

“For fifteen years my eyesight has been so poor that I could do very little work. I now do no work. I have lived in Norfolk ever since I came from the army. Have worked principally on truck farms.
“When in the army I served in Va., until Richmond fell and then we went to Texas. We went to Texas by boat. We went on the McClelland.
“I have been married twice; my first wife was Margaret Ayers; she died 19 years ago in this town. My second wife was Louisa Whitehurst. We have been married 13 years. We were married in this city. We were married by Rev. Brickhouse.
“Q. How long have your eyes been bothering you?
A. Ever since 1864. I got powder in them in front of Petersburg. A shell bursted in front of me and filled my eyes full of sand and powder and my eyes aint been no count since. I was never treated for my eyes in service.
Isaac Kellum, Humphrey McCoy, Darling [sic] were my witnesses.
“I was a witness for Kellum and McCoy.”

Death Certificate, Isaac Mosely, 3 March 1911
[place of death] 27 Hampton St., 9th Ward, Norfolk, Virginia
[length of reisdence in Norfolk] 65 years old
[sex / color / condition] male / colored / single
[birth date] [blank]
[age] 65 years old
[occupation] [blank]
[birthplace] Virginia
[father’s name and birthplace] Charles Mosely, Virginia
[mother’s name and birthplace] not known, Virginia
[informant] Isaac Mosely, Jr., 26 Hunter St., Norfolk, Va.
[death date] March 3, 1911
[cause of death / contributory] apoplexy / cerebral / senility
[signed] Dr. Lyman Page [?], MD, 765 Church St
[burial, date] Calvary, March 1911
[undertaker, address] Jones & Co., 197 Wise St.

Application for Re-imbursement, Annie Spratley, 1911
[member of society paying sick or death benefits] no
[executor or administrator] no
[money, real estate, or personal property]
[unendorsed pension check] no
[relationship to pensioner] daughter
[married] yes
[cause of death] apoplexy
[date last sickness began’ February 28, 1911
[name and post-office address of physician attending the pensioner during last sickness] A. Lyman Paey, 765 Church St., Norfolk, Va
[person who nursed pensioner] Annie Spratley
[pensioner’s address during last sickness] 27 Hunter St., Norfolk, Va.
[death date] March 3, 1911
[burial] Calvary Cemetery, Norfolk, Va.

NameNature of ExpenseState Whether Paid or UnpaidAmount
A. Lyman PaeyPhysicianPaid 3.00
Nursing and caare
D.W. Jones & CoUndertakerUnpaid 90.50
Other expenses:
Annie SpratleyBoard, lodging & nursing & laundry for 1 month
Annie Spratley
Annie SpratleyUnpaid 24.00

(Soldier was blind for thirteen years).
Post-office address, 27 Hunter St., Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia

“The pensioner, Isaac Mosely, was decrepit, old, and blind and evidently needed everything that was done for him.”
A. Lyman Paey, MD

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The soldier was enslaved in Talbot County located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. During his service he served as a jail guard in Norfolk. When he returned to the county after his discharge he worked as an oysterman. His daughter who lived in Philadelphia moved to Maryland to take care of her mother after the soldier’s death.

Invalid — 972,146 / 1,059,450
Widow — 1,012,755 / 767,372,
Anna Marie Hinson

General Affidavit, Robt. Hinson, 13 April 1892
48 years old; residence Wittman, Talbot County, Maryland
“I was wounded in the knee from a fall in eighteen hundred and sixty five, the year that Abe Lincoln died, while guarding the jail I contracted rheumatism … I’ve not been able to do any work at all. The jail I guarded was in Norfolk, since 1865”

General Affidavit, Thomas Cooper and Jacob P. Gibson, 7 October 1892
[Cooper] 72 years old; residence, Talbot County, Maryland; post-office address, Witmans [sic]
[Gibson] 36 years old; residence, Talbot County, Maryland; post-office address, Witmans [sic]
“We the undersigned have known Robert Hinson since before the ending of the war, we see him every day, being near neighbor … know him to be a man who would not shirk work, he is an oysterman … we have known him to be attended by a physician a month or two at a time. He is hardly able to perform one quarter of a man’s work”

Neighbor’s Affidavit, Harry D. Nutz [sp?], 15 July 1896
33 years old; residence and post-office address, Wittman, Talbot Co., Maryland
“personally accquainted with Robert Hinson for 20 years … he lives about a quarter of a mile from me. I see him every day. I have never employed him or worked with him.”
“He is also a temperate woman with no vicious habits and a good citizen and I don’t think he is responsible for his afflictions.”
[Note: Beneath Nutz’s signature is the signature of a second affiant — “Oscar S. Hubbard” — but there’s no personal information about Hubbard on the form as for Nutz — Leslie]

Neighbor’s Affidavit, Joseph B. Wrightson, 12 October 1896
37 years old; residence and post-office address, Wittman, Talbot County, Maryland
“I am a merchant, claimant works on a farm and oysters some. Have known him for 30 years, he lives about 1/4 mile from me. I see him nearly every day, have employed him to do little jobs for me at times.”

Questionnaire (Form 3-173), Robert Hinson, 6 January 1899
[living children] Robert, Albert, Cary, May [or Mary?], Sadie, James
[Note: Handwriting is barely legible but is consistent with information reported elsewhere in the application — Leslie]

Sworn Statement, A.B. Glascock, MD, 13 April 1900
“I have been Robt Hinson’s family physician for the past few years”

Sworn Statement, Perry Cooper and Joseph S. Hinson, 26 April 1900
“This is to certify that we have known Robert Hinson all our lives … and that he is a sober and peaceable man”

Affidavit, Perry Cooper and William S. Lowe, 21 October 1902
[Cooper] 42 years old; residence and post-office address, Wittman, Talbot Co., Md
[Lowe] 49 years old; residence and post-office address, McDaniel, Talbot Co., Md.
“Robert Hinson is afflicted … unable to do any laborious work”

Physician’s Affidavit, Joseph B. Seth, MD, 24 October 1902
“Have been acquainted with said soldier about 20 years”

Questionnaire (Form 3-474), Robert Hinson, 6 December 1902
[born] “near Wittman”
[enlisted] Fortress Monroe
[residence before enlistment] Wittman
[occupation] laborer
[enslaved] Mrs. Catherine Love [or Lowe?]
[discharged] Brazos Santiago, Texas
[residence since discharge] Wittman
[present occupation] doing odd jobs
[description] five feet, eight inches … mark on “my right knee where I fell at Norfolk on guard”
[different name in service] “no other name but Robert Hinson”
[different name on pension application] none
[current name] Robert Hinson
[residence] Wittman, Talbot Co., Md.

Declaration for Pension, Robert Hinson, 1 April 1907
65 years old; residence, Wittman, Talbot County, Maryland;
“That he was born January 24th, 1842, at Easton … That his several places of residence since leaving the service have been as follows: Wittman”
“Also personally appeared Wm. L. Love, residing in McDaniel, Md. and Joseph H. Scott, residing in McDaniel, Md. … their acquaintance with him of 20 years and 40 years, respectively”

Declaration for Pension, Robert Hinson, 20 May 1912
68 years old; resident of Wittman, county of Talbot, State of Maryland
“enrolled at Old Point Comfort, Va., Va. … 15th day of January, 1864 … honorably discharged at Brazos Santiago, Texas, on the 4th day of February, 1866 … occupation was laborer, that he was born January 29th, 1844, at Talbot County, Maryland … That his several places of residence since leaving the service have been as follows: Wittman, Talbot County, Maryland”

Declaration for Widow’s Pension, Anna Maria Hinson, 12 August 1913
“That she was married under the name Anna Maria Foreman [Freeman?] to said soldier at Trappe, Maryland, on the fifth day of August, 1873, by Rev. W.C. MaCoy … had not been previously married … That the said soldier died June 21,1913, at Wittman, Maryland”
“Also personally appeared Allen Cooper, residing in Wittman, Md, and Robert H. Caldwell, residing in Wittman, Md.”

Sworn Statement, Allen Cooper and Wm/ Robert Caldwell, 5 October 1913
“[both residents of Wittman] personally acquainted with Robert Hinson and Anna M. Hinson, his wife … acquainted with them since each attained marriageable age … we know that Robert Hinson died on June 21, 1913 and was burried [sic] on June 23, 1913 and that they attended his funeral and saw his remains burried [sic]”

Sworn Statement, Mrs. Robert Caldwell, 13 October 1913
59 years old; Wittman, Talbot, Maryland
“[knew Robert Hinson] personally for fifty years … [have known] Anna M. Freeman Hinson for fifty years … I also attended the funeral of Robert Hinson and saw the remains interred”

Sworn Statement, Allen Cooper, 13 October 1913
67 years old; Wittman, Talbot, Maryland
“well acquainted with Robert Hinson … knew him personally for sixty years … [have known] Anna M. Freeman Hinson for forty-six years … also saw Robert Hinson burried [sic] and I attended the funeral.”

General Affidavit, Carrie Hinson, 30 April 1930
49 years old; residence and post-office address, Wittman, Talbot County, Maryland
“I have performed the duty as nurse and caretaker, daily and nightly, to Annie M.F. Hinson, Widow, age 86 yrs (my mother). Having performed and am still, the same duty since Feb. 1929. Which is the date of my return to Wittman, Md. from Philadelphia, Pa. after an absence of 22 years. Being the only female in the family, (single), with a living wage position also, I gave up my position with an estimated salary $18.00 per week, to come home imediately [sic] after being notified, to nurse and care for the person herein named (my mother). Six months thereafter I found it utterly impossible to nurse and care for my mother also myself, from the pesnion given her by the government, $40.00 per mo. Therefore I am sincerely fileing [sic] this evidence as proof for my claim to compensation my mother being absolutey unable to do for herself , use of left am gone. unable to be left alone, which demands my personal service, Thereby preventing the claimant absolutely, from earning or providing a living for myself. Willingly and requesting, and inspection of the condition herein mentioned, by the government.”
[Note: Carrie Hinson wrote her statement and signed it. It’s transcribed verbatim — Leslie]

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The war was nearly over when this soldier married another Norfolkian. They were still married more than 30 years later during which time he had become quite feeble and “dependent for support upon the charity of people not legally bound for his support.” Two witnesses, friends since childhood, served in the same regiment as the claimant whose application based on poor health was granted.

Invalid — 753,229 / 967,097
Widow — 696,625 / 478,747, Celia Grimes

Marriage License, Moses Grimes and Celia Langley, 7 April 1865
Took place in Norfolk, Virginia; Husband was 32 years old, wife was 29 years old; both were single; husband and wife born in Norfolk; husband resided “U.S. Army” and wife resided Norfolk; husband’s parents were Hardy & Eliza Grimes, wife’s parents were Toby & Jane Langley; husband’s occupation, soldier, 1st U.S. Col’d Cavy.
“Minister’s Return of Marriage, I certify, that on the 16th day of April 1865 at his residence on Cumberland Street. I united in marriage the above-named and described parties, under authority of the annexed license. Lewis Tucker, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Norfolk, Va.”

General Affidavit, Moses Grimes, 11 March 1895
62 years old; post-office address, 82 Smith Street, Norfolk, Va.
“I was with the cavalry on their march from Old Point, Va. and Yorktown, Va. when experienced the effects of above rupture and it was caused to the best of my belief by strains received in the drilling or jumping ditches during the march”

General Affidavit, Andrew Armstrong, 26 June 1896
43 years old; post-office address, 99 St. Paul’s St., Norfolk, Va.
“That he is well acquainted with the claimant … having known him for about four (4) years. Claimant has for the last past four months been confined to his house from sickness. Claimant who appears to be quite an old man is at present feeble … dependent for support upon the charity of people not legally bound for his support”

General Affidavit, John C. Fentress, 26 June 1896
70 years old; post-office address, 271 Queen St., Norfolk, Va.
“That he is well acquainted with the claimant … has known him for at least fifteen (15) years. Claimant has during the period stated been a customer at his grocery store”

General Affidavit, George Jones and Richard Brooks, 21 June 1897
[Jones] 57 [?] years old; residence, Norfolk, Norfolk County, Va.; post-office address, General Delivery, Norfolk, Va.
[Brooks] 53 years old; residence, 176 Scott, Norfolk, Norfolk County, Virginia
“he is now in a perfectly helpless condition entirely dependent on the labor of his said wife and friends for support and has no income besides.
“This knowledge is derived from having known said Moses Grimes for many years in fact since the close of war to present time”

General Affidavit, George Jones and Richard Brooks, 21 June 1897
“That they have visited said Moses Grimes at his house 174 St. Paul’s Street and have seen his condition and consider his condition critical … his mind is much troubled knowing his helpless condition. He is almost entirely dependent of the help given him by neighbors and the public not legally bound to support him which if denied he would die of want or become the inmate of poorhouse.”

Questionnaire (Form 3-173), Moses Grimes, 23 September 1897
[married] “I am. Married under slave law. Celia Grimes. Maiden Celia Langley
[where, when, by whom] 1854 married by [illegible] 1863 March, Rev. Mr. Tucker, Norfolk, Va.
[record] Clerk’s office, Norfolk, Va. contains record of marriage
[previous marriage] “never married before and present wife is the only one”
[living children] “Yes, thirteen, three of whom is living in Norfolk, Va. could not give the dates of birth. All are over 16 years except Annie Grimes who is the youngest. October 16th 1882 is the date of her birth. All the rest is away and over 21 years old”

Health Department, City of Norfolk, Va. A Transcript From the Record of Deaths in the City of Norfolk, Moses Grimes, 11 April 1899
[name of deceased / date of death / age] Moses Grimes / April 11, 1899 / 67 years old
[color, sex, social condition, occupation / birthplace / length of residence in City of Norfolk] colored, male, married, laborer / Norfolk, Virginia / 67 years old
[cause of death / place of death / duration of last illness] influenza / 147 St. Paul’s St., Norfolk, Va. / three weeks
[place of burial / medical attendant / undertaker] West Point / P.L. Barber, MD / Jas. N. Jones

Declaration for Widow’s Pension, Celia Gimes, 19 April 1899
66 years old; residence, Norfolk, Va.; post-office address, 147 St. Paul’s St., Norfolk, Va.
“[married] 1850 or 1851 by consent of owners at Norfolk County, after by license, April 16, 1865”
“Also personally appeared Lucy Reddick, residing at 23 Nicholson St., and Emma Sheppard, residing at 18 Fourth St. … an acquaintance with her of 40 years and 25 years, respectively”

General Affidavit, Andrew Nimmer and Cyrus Young, 26 April 1899
[Nimmer] 62 years old; residence, Norfolk, Virginia; post-office address, Goff Street
[Young] 69? years old; residence, Norfolk, Virginia; post-office address, 200 Queen Street
“that they both knew Moses Grimes when they were all boys together … that they also knew the claimant before she married Moses Grimes”

Deposition, Celia Grimes, 16 October 1901
about 60 or 70 years old; residence and post-office address, 379 Bank Street, Norfolk, Va.
“I was acquainted with him all his lifetime … He died April 11, 1899 of cancer … before he died Drs. Barber and Corrigan attended him. … He was taken to Saint Vincents Hospital and had his leg amputated. It was his right leg. He died on St. Paul St.
“I was married to soldier during his army service and got married to him under the name of Celia Langley at Newtown near Norfolk, Va. by Rev. Tucker, a Baptist preacher. I can’t give you the year of my marriage … Since soldier’s death I have resided at or near corner of Scott and St. Paul’s St and at this place …. Moses Grimes was born in Norfolk, Va., is 30 years of age”

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Sometimes a veteran or his survivor(s) didn’t know which military organization i.e. Company or Regiment that he had enlisted or served in. Without confirmation of identity or service an appplication failed.

Invalid — 1,395,906 / ——

Declaration of Pension, Charles Anderson, 4 February 1911
81 years old; residence, Skidmore, Bee County, Texas; post-office address, Skidmore, Bee County, Texas
“he was enrolled at New Orleans … was honorably discharged at San Antonio, Texas … that he served about one year as a cook … born June 1830 … at Grand Gulf, Claiborne County, Texas … several places of residence since leaving the service have been as follows: St. Mary’s, Texas; in Refugio County, and Skidmore in Bee County, Texas, having lived in St. Mary’s 35 years or longer, and at Skidmore for past five years.”
“Also personally appeared J.C. Wood, residing in Bellville, Texas, and Thos. Wilder, residing in Beeville, Texas … their acquaintance with him of 40 years and 40 years, respectively”

Form 3-333, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions, 13 May 1911
“it is alleged, entered the service at New Orleans, La. as a cook in Co. B, 10 Regt Ill Cav., and was discharged at San Antonio, Texas. Clmt mentions Capt. Crout as one of his company officers. Also names Andrew Jackson, Jack Smith Wade and M.E. Campbell. … the name of Charles Anderson has not been found on the rolls of Co. B 10th Ill. Cav. Byron L. Crouch was Capt. of that co. Andrew Jackson and M.V. Campbell were members of another co. of that regt. The name Jack Smith Wade has not been found on the rolls of Co. B.”

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The soldier enlisted in Company B and later transferred to Company K. A freeborn man, he died of smallpox months before war’s end leaving a widow with young children.

Invalid — 169, 526 / —–

Sworn Statement, Casandra Johnson, 25 December 1868
residence, Suffolk, Nansemond County, Virginia; post-office address, Suffolk, Virginia
30 years old
“her maiden name was Casandra Rodgers and that she was married to Felix Johnson on or above 24 Dec 1856 at [Nansemond County, Virginia] by mutual consent … married by consent of Master Alexander Rodgers to Felix Johnson a free man of color.
“She further declares that said Felix Johnson, her husband, died in the service of the United States as aforesaid at Old Point, in the State of Virginia, on or about the day of Fall, 1864 of smallpox. … the children of my deceased husband who were under sixteen years of age at the time of his death Harriet Johnson born Sept 1857 — William Henry born Oct 1858″
“Also personally appeared before me William Parker and Ann Porter, residents of Suffolk, Nansemond County”

Sworn Statement, Wilson Brickhouse and John Travis, 20 March 1869
[Brickhouse] had been Private in Company G, 1st US Colored Cavalry
[Travis] had been Private in Company I, 1st US Colored Cavalry
“they were well acquainted with Felix Johnson – that the said Felix Johnson enlisted in Co B 1st U.S.C. Cavalry that he was afterwards transferred to Co K 1st USC Cavalry”

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