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It is never impossible I've seen lots of things on forms. Let me ask you when looking at his service Co. B 102nd Colored Infantry. I have also come across his musters rolls that are consistent with this pension card.
Also found 1900 Census here is what is listed on the 1900 census for family. However here is a link to a website shows his death at 1895. Check out headstone
Hope this helps,
Thanks Elliot. This is really helpful. Due to census records i know that he died between 1900 and 1910. I think I'm not going to worry about the discrepancy at the moment, and request the pension file when we are able to do that again.
Dear Mr. Jackson,
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The document you located is an index to a pension file. The full pension file may provide further information that explains the discrepancy. Based on the dates, the full pension file for him that corresponds to the index card could be at either National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference (RDT1) or the National Archives in St. Louis (RL-SL). To request a search for the file, please email both RDT1 at Archives1reference@nara.gov and RL-SL at email@example.com. Please attach copies of the index card to your emails. If RDT1 or RL-SL locate a copy of the file, they will provide information on how to purchase a copy.
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