Marlboro County, SC
Rev War Pensions

 
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1835 Pension Report | Rejected Pensions

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FEDERAL PENSION REPORT 1835
MARLBOROUGH DISTRICT RESIDENTS RECEIVING PENSION AS OF 1835
as listed in
REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR IN OBEDIENCE TO RESOLUTIONS OF THE SENATE OF THE 5TH AND 30TH JUNE, 1834 AND THE 3RD OF MARCH, 1835.
IN RELATION TO THE PENSION ESTABLISHMENT OF THE UNITED STATES
WASHINGTON, PRINTED BY DUFF GREEN 1835
NAMERANKUNITANNUAL
ALLOWANCE
AMOUNT RECEIVEDPENSION
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AMMONS, Joshua PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA CONTINENTAL LINE $80.00 $168.19 MAY 16, 1833 AGE 77
DIED APRIL 11, 1833
CLARK, Joseph PRIVATE 18TH REGIMENT $48.00 $240.00 MAY 10, 1820 DIED MARCH 21, 1814
HEIRS:
OBEDIENCE CLARK
HENRIETTA CLARK
JESSE CLARK
COX, Samuel PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $50.00 $150.00 DECEMBER 7, 1833 AGE 75
COX, William PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $56.66E $169.98 OCTOBER 26, 1833 AGE 71
HASKEW, John PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $26.66 $79.98 MARCH 11, 1833 AGE 81
HODGES, William PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $26.66 $79.98 JULY 20, 1833 AGE 72
JOHNSON, William PRIVATE NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA $29.00 $87.00 MAY 8, 1834 AGE 75
LISTER, William PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $20.00 $50.00 AUGUST 7, 1833 AGE 74
MORRIS, John PRIVATE OF CAVALRY VIRGINIA CONTINENTAL LINE $100.00 $300.00 APRIL 17, 1833 AGE 75
STUBBS, Lewis PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $40.00 $100.00 AUGUST 27, 1833  
ODOM, Sion PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA CONTINENTAL LINE $80.00 $240.00 MAY 16, 1833 AGE 79
STUBBS, William PRIVATE SOUTH CAROLINA MILITIA $56.66 $169.98 APRIL 8, 1834 AGE 86

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REJECTED PENSION APPLICATIONS OF MARLBOROUGH RESIDENTS
as cited in
Rejected or Suspended Applications for Revolutionary War Pensions (Washington, D.C., 1835, revised 1852).
Please note that the thousands of men who fought for the colonial government were entitled to receive pensions or bounty land grants for their service but proof of service was required. After the veteran's death, his widow was entitled to apply for a pension as well. The list below is of those Marlboro County residents who had applied for a pension and were required to submit additional information before a pension was granted.

NAME REASON FOR REJECTION
BELTON, JamesExact tour must be set forth as to time, places, officers' names, and duration of service.
ESTERLING, William
of Bennettsville
Period, length, grade, times and places, and names of officers, and his commission as captain, must be of record proof
HARWELL,LowdenFor proof of service under Colonel Washington.
MILES, BenjaminFor proof and explanation.
STEWART, JamesNo proof of service--rolls of the ship's crew of the Ranger silent.

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