Condict Abstracts: Revolution Veterans Pension Applications

Condict Abstracts: Revolution Veterans Pension Applications NJHS20CR

During the years 1833 and 1834 many Revolutionary soldiers, or their widows, were still living, and they, or other dependents, sought pensions under the Act of Congress of June 7, 1832. Those in the northern part of New Jersey, or many of them, probably put in their claims and gave testimony, or brought testimony, concerning the war records of these soldiers, to Dr. Lewis Condict of Morristown between 1833 and 1839. Dr. Condict was not only a physician but a valued public official, having been a Judge of Morris county, several times Member of Congress, etc. Originally published by the New Jersey Historical Society in eleven installments (1920-1925).

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During the years 1833 and 1834 many Revolutionary soldiers, or their widows, were still living, and they, or other dependents, sought pensions under the Act of Congress of June 7, 1832. Those in the northern part of New Jersey, or many of them, proba
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