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| Reb till death wrote:
I am willing to help anyone on there civil war genealogy needs...its all free to.....
Hi Reb , my name is Jim born in TX and raised in the land of the Yankees New York . My GGGF whos name is James H. Norris b. 1845 Ireland was in the Civil War , he used the Alias name of ( Doyle ) William Doyle and fought on the side of the Union. He was shot in the shoulder and died 9 June 1882 in the Erie Co NY Penitenairy while there on a 6 Mo charge of Fraud . His pension papers say he received a 8.00 dollar a month allowence from the Goverment in 1877 . certificate 149,372 . It was again acessed i assume after his death certificate 269'731 . Applacations were in order 163,332 , and 309,369. The name Doyle was James H. Norris mothers madien name and he inlisted useing that name and either James H. or William. His outfit is listed as L -13 NY-HA. My question is who made the origanal applications , id like to know about the out fit he was in and where the company was formed . Thank You Reb Till Death i apreciate your help...Jim