Additionally, if you have any additional information such as DOB, place of birth maybe could narrow down if this is not your guy. Just looking PA has about 23 different Jacob Weavers. Very common name.
Here is some information not sure if this pension index card is who your looking for but maybe you know who his wife is? Please see wife's name on pension record. please see where he is buried. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/32280597/jacob-j-weaver
Jacob L Weaver born Sept 12, 1831 from Clarion County
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Here is some information on a Jacob Weaver from Clarion County he did not survive the war. Looks like he died 1862 and here is where he is buried. https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/2600358/jacob-lehman-weaver
1860s Census from Clarion County:
Name: Jacob Weaver Age: 29 Birth Year: abt 1831 Gender: Male Birth Place: Pennsylvania Home in 1860: Callensburg, Clarion, Pennsylvania Post Office: Callensburg Dwelling Number: 10 Family Number: 10 Real Estate Value: 300 Personal Estate Value: 75 Household Members Age Jacob Weaver 29 Eliza J Weaver 23 Phoebe J Weaver 3 Lea A Weaver 2 Nancy E Weaver 10/12 Name: Jacob Weaver Death Date: 15 Jun 1862 Interment Date: 15 Jun 1862 Interment Place: New York, USA Cemetery Address: 625 Jamaica Avenue Brooklyn , NY 11208 Cemetery: Cypress Hills National Cemetery Plot: Section 4 Site 88 Notes: Pvt Us Army
Pennsylvania Wills and Probate:
Name: Jacob Weaver Enlistment Age: 31 Birth Date: abt 1830 Enlistment Date: 7 Sep 1861 Enlistment Place: Clarion County, Pennsylvania Enlistment Rank: Private Muster Date: 7 Sep 1861 Muster Place: Pennsylvania Muster Company: A Muster Regiment: 103rd Infantry Muster Regiment Type: Infantry Muster Information: Enlisted Rank Change Rank: Corpl Transfer date: 3 Jan 1862 Transfer From Unit: A Transfer To Unit: G Casualty Date: 31 May 1862 Casualty Place: Fair Oaks, Virginia Type of Casualty: Wounded Muster Out Date: 25 Jun 1862 Muster Out Information: died wounds Side of War: Union Survived War?: No Was POW?: Yes Residence Place: Clarion County, Pennsylvania Notes: 1862-06-23 Surgery, Leg amputated Title: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865; A History of the 103rd Pennsylvania Volunteers; The Hardluck Regiment: The Pennsylvania 103rd by Ron Gancas
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Dear Mr. Maher,
Thank you for posting your request on History Hub!
The majority of Civil War pension files in the Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs (Record Group 15) are in the custody of the National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference (RDT1). To request a search and order copies of military pension application files based on Federal (not State or Confederate) service during the Civil War, please complete a NATF Form 85 and and mail it to Archival Operations Washington D.C., Form 85 – Pension, National Archives and Records Administration, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20408-0001.
Also, we searched the National Archives Catalog and located the series Indexes to the Carded Records of Soldiers Who Served in Volunteer Organizations During the Civil War in the Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1762 - 1917 (Record Group 94) that includes a file unit for [Pennsylvania] Weaver, Jacob - 103rd Infantry, Company G,A which has been digitized and available using the Catalog. An index card indicates that there is a service record for him in the series Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Volunteer Organizations During the American Civil War in Record Group 94 but his service record has not been digitized. To request a copy of his non-digitized service record, please download the NATF Form 86, fill it out to the best of your knowledge, and mail the completed forms to the address listed on the form. Please include a copy of the file unit from the Index. For more information see Requesting Copies of Older (pre-WWI) Military Service Records.
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