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Confederate Indigent Families Lists of Texas 1863-1865.
M.G. BARLEY           Harris Co
MARTHA  BARLEY       Angelina Co
W. BARLEY               Milam Co
GEORGE BARLOW   Panola Co

 

Soldiers
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Pensions Applications, all wars

Arkansas

RANSOM BARLOW, see New York

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Florida

Pension Application #A00324 (Confederate, Civil War)
JOHN M. OWENS, 5th Bttn Cav, served in Florida    Wife:  ELIZABETH 'BARLOW' OWENS
Residence at time of filing:  Gadsden Co Florida
Date of application:  1903       Length of application:  08 pages

Pension Application #A03312 (Confederate, Civil War)
ROBERT BENJAMIN SMITH,  served in Georgia    Wife:  ELIZABETH 'BARLOW' SMITH
Residence at time of filing:  Orange Co Florida
Date of  application:  1909     Length of application:  10 pages

Pension Application #A05294 (Confederate, Civil War)
JOHN THOMAS BARLOW, served in Arkansas    Residence at time of filing:  Hillsborough Co Florida
Date of application:  1907    Length of application:  13 pages

Copies of the files are available from the Florida State Archives for a flat fee of $7.50 per file.
Veteran and widow are filed together.

Checks should be payable to the Department of State, and mailed to:
The Florida State Archives     R.A. Gray Building     Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250.
You may call 850  487-2073 for further information on this or any other collection in the Archives

Pension Application for Morgan Tilman Barlow & wife, Emma Francis Barlow, Indian Wars

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Indiana

JAMES W. BARLOW   First Sergeant, Co I 51st IN Infantry, organized December 14, 1861 at Indianapolis Indiana, promoted to Second Lieutenant, mustered out December 13, 1865. 
Pension application no. 499642 filed November 12, 1883, certificate no. 398621, resident Indiana. 
Widow Mary A. Barlow's pension application no. 925667 filed August 16, 1909, certificate no. 691804, resident Georgia.

Application for Pension       Approval of Pension         Pension Dropped
   Application of Mary A. Barlow
Contributed by Janice Barlow Murnan / Family unknown

LEWIS BARLOW, see Virginia

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Missouri

WILLIAM BARLOW, Private, Co K 44th MO Infantry, organized August-September 1864 at St. Joseph MO, mustered out August 15, 1865.    Pension application no. 222172  filed July 07, 1876, certificate no. 316708   

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New York

AARON BURR BARLOW  Civil War, Union    
New York, Private, Co C 144th NY Infantry, Co A 1st New York Engineers

HERSEY B. BARLOW, widow of TREAT B. BARLOW   Civil War, Union   (Click name for family and partial application)
New York, Private, Co A 144th NY Infantry, also, Veteran's Reserve Corps

RANSOM BARLOW     (Civil War, Union)   Click names for family and pension transcription
New York, Private, Co I  56th New York Infantry "10th Legion" (Filed in Arkansas)
MARY ROBINSON BARLOW, wife of Ransom Barlow   (Filed in Arkansas)

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Tennessee   [Confederate Pensions]

J.S. BARLER      Application No:  S12530
County of Residence: Giles           Unit of Service: 48th -Nixon's- Infantry

WILLIAM BARLEW      Application No:  S11703
County of Residence:  Grundy          Unit of Service:  4th -McLemore's- Calvary

LIBBY BARLEW, widow of WILLIAM        Application No:  W7321
County of Residence: Grundy

Z. BARLEW       Application No:  S1861
County of Residence: Marion          Unit of Service:  5th Calvary

ZEBADEE BARLEW       Application No:  S532
County of Residence: Marion          Unit of Service:  6th -Wheeler's- Calvary

ELLA F. BARLEW, widow of ZEBADEE         Application No:  W7138
County of Residence: Marion

JOSEPH W. BARLEY      Application No:  S6299
County of Residence: Hamilton          Unit of Service:  3rd -Forrest'- Calvary

JOHN W. BARLOW       Application No:  S1822
Christian Co Kentucky          Unit of Service:  Ky 2nd Calvary

JOSEPH BARLOW       Application No:  S10002
County of Residence: Hamblen          Unit of Service:  23rd Va. Bn. Infantry

ROBERT D. BARLOW       Application No:  S10453
County of Residence: Weakley          Unit of Service:  12th Ky. Calvary

W.A. BARLOW       Application No:  S3860
County of Residence: Obion          Unit of Service:  5th Ark. Infantry

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Texas

Claimant: ALICE RAY BARLOW   Husband: JOHN EARLY BARLOW (Confederate, Civil War) Click name for family
Pension Number: Application Rejected
County: El Paso

Claimant: DARLING BARLOW    (Confederate, Civil War)   Click name for family and pension
Pension Number: 41916
County: Harris

Claimant: GEORGE BARLOW   (Confederate, Civil War)
Pension Number: 25654
County: McLennan

Claimant: JOSEPH F. BARLOW   (Confederate, Civil War)
Pension Number: 03599
County: San Saba

Claimant: SHARLOTIE BARLOW  Husband: DE J. BARLOW   (Confederate, Civil War)     Click name for family
Pension Number: 16227
County: Panola
Pension Number:

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Rhode Island

County:  Newport Co
Name:  OBED BARLOW
Rank:  Private
Annual Allowance:  $20.00
Sums Received:  $60.00
Description of service:  Rhode Island Militia
When placed on the pension roll:  February 12, 1833
Commencement of pension:  March 04, 1831
Age:  83

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Virginia

CHRISTOPHER BARLOW,  son of Jacob and Mary Barler   (Revolutionary War) Click names for family and pensions
NC - Virginia - Kentucky
BARBARA 'MAYES' BARLOW, widow of Christopher Barlow

LEWIS BARLOW, son of Jacob and Mary Barler (Revolutionary War)   Click name for family and pension
Private, Captain Michael Bowyer's Company of Colonel James Wood's
12th Virginia Regiment, also in the 4th and 8th Virginia Regiments

E.D. [EDWARD D.] BARLOW   Private, VA Carolina Light Artillery Battery, Captain Thomas Rowe Thornton, organized in Caroline Co VA July 23, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865.
Disability Pension Application, filed July 1912
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JAMES L. BARLOW   Private, VA Carolina Light Artillery Battery, Captain Thomas Rowe Thornton, organized in Caroline Co VA July 23, 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865.
Pension Application of James L. Barlow:
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JOHN D. BARLOW   Private, Co K 47th VA Infantry, organized June 11 1861, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865
Pension Application of John D. Barlow        Page 1      Page 2       Page 3       Page 4

JOHN W. BARLOW    Private, Co I 3rd VA Infantry, organized at Portsmouth VA April 20, 1861, and the VA Surry Light Artillery Battery, organized by the conversion of Co I 3rd VA Infantry to artillery service in the spring of 1862, Captain James DeWitt Hankins, surrendered at Appomattox Court House VA April 09, 1865
Partial Pension of John W. Barlow          Page 1      Page 2       Page 3

JUNIUS H. BARLOW, Isle of Wight Co Virginia - Junius is not listed in this military index, at least, not as Junius. He may be listed under J. or J.H., but more than likely not, probably because his records had been lost.    This 9 page application is very hard to read, but from what I gather, proof of records for military service were not found, therefore, affidavits were made by fellow servicemen stating that Junius served.
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