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Pension for William T. Foster for Military Service.

William T. Foster applied to the State of Arkansas for a pension from his service in the Civil War. He served as a Private in Company I, 31st Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. and honorably discharged on 15 Mar 1865. In the file was the application signed by William T. Foster and dated 12 Jun 1903; Proof of service attested to by W. H. Smith and R. F. Farrar and sworn before R. R. Radford, Ashley County County Clerk; Evidence of Physician by W. S. Norman, MD, saying that he is unable to perform manual labor because of "rheumatism & old age" dated 12 Jun 1903; Pension board approval of $50.00 pension on 6 Aug 1903; Application for an increase of pension on 13 Jul 1908; Evidence of Physician by E. M. Scott MD, saying that he is unable to perform manual labor because of "his age, 85 yrs" dated 13 Jul 1908; and Pension board approval for an increase to $100.00 dated 6 Aug 1908.

Arkansas Confederate Pension Record, Roll #36. Located at the Arkansas History Commission [now the Arkansas State Archives], One Capitol Mall, Little Rock, Arkansas. This copy made on 1 Mar 1991.



Owner of originalArkansas State Archives
Date1903, 1908
PlaceLittle Rock, Pulaski Co, Arkansas
Latitude34.7464809
Longitude-92.28959479999999
File namepension_wm_t_foster1825.pdf
File Size3.1m
Linked toWilliam Truitt Foster (Pension)

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