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From: "Steve Stevens" <>
Subject: Re: [CHILDRESS] Childers/ Childress Civil War VIRGINIA STATE ROSTER
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 09:03:38 -0500
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The R.H. Childress you have after David D. (Dillard) Childress should be a
"P", he was Patrick Henry Childress. David, Patrick and William were three
brothers who served together in the Civil War. David is my great
grandfather.

Thank you.

Regards,

Steve Stevens

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Subject: [CHILDRESS] Childers/ Childress Civil War VIRGINIA STATE ROSTER


> If anyone has any questions dealing with a Childers/Childress in the civil
> war feel free to contact me at
>
>
>
> VIRGINIA STATE ROSTER
>
> Artillery
> A. CHILDRESS Arty. C.F. Johnston's Co.
> Could be from Albemarle Coun. or Botetourt Coun.
>
> GEORGE W.CHILDRESS Arty. J.W. Drew's Co.
>
> DANIEL M.CHILDRESS 2nd Arty Co.Unknown
> ROBERT H.CHILDRIS 2nd Arty. Co.K
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRIS 2nd Arty. Co.K
>
> WILLIAM H. CHILDRESS PAGE'S BATTERY, OR MORRIS ARTILLERY,
> Age, when enlisted, 17 years. Date of enlistment,
> January, 1863. Place of enlistment, Frederickshall, Louisa County,
> Virginia. Residence at that time, in Charlotte County, Virginia. Wounded
> at the battle of Gettysburg, 1st July, 1863. No present disability.
> (1885)
> Never in U. S. prison. Surrendered at Appomattox, 9th April, 1865.
> Transferred, near the end of the war, from Page's to the Rockbridge
> Battery, Capt. Archie Graham. Now living. (1885)Post-office, Rough Creek,
> Charlotte County, Virginia. Occupation, farmer. Married, 30th January,
> 1879, Martha Deanes, now living. Number of living children, one boy,
> three girls. Died of "Kidney trouble",prior to 1927
>
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Douthat's Co.
>
> EDWARD W.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Edward's Co.
>
> WILLIAM W.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty E. J. Anderson's co.
>
> LUTHER D.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Leake's Co.
> JAMES C.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Leake's Co.
> JOHN G.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Leake's Co.
> Leake's Arty. was recruited from Goochland Coun.
>
>
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Montgomery's Co.
>
> JOHN W.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty Nelson's Co.
> Formed in Nelson County
>
> FRANCIS S.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Taylor's Co.
>
> JOHN W.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. Woololk's Co.
>
> J.G.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty W.P. Carter's Co.
> or--Ashby Horse Artillery (Chew's/Thomson's/Carter's)
>
> HENRY F.CHILDRESS Goochland Lt. Arty. Co.Unknown
> JOHN HENRY CHILDRESS Goochland Lt. Arty Co.Unknown
> b. 1843 in Goochland Co.,VA. was 13-14 years old at the start of the war.
> John served 4 years and 20 days. At some point during the war he broke
> his
> leg (three places), and was ruptured.He was a farmer,and was born in
> Caledonia, Goochland County.
> In March, 1903 he was 65 years old.
> LUTHER D.CHILDRESS Goochland Lt. Arty Co.Unknown
>>From Goochland County
>
> FRANCIS S.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. 12th Bn. Co.C
>
> WILLIAM R.CHILDRESS Teamster Lt. Arty. 13th Bn. Co.B
> WILLIAM T.CHILDRESS Sgt. Lt. Arty. 13th Bn. Co.C
> a.k.a.Davidson's Lynchburg Artillery b. 1824
> William T. was wounded during the war and was blinded in one eye
>
> EDWARD CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. 38th Bn. Co.C a.k.a-Hampden Artillery
> formed in Richmond City
> THOMAS J.CHILDRESS Lt. Arty. 38th Bn. Co.D a.k.a.--
> Capt. Joseph G. Blount's Lynchburg Artillery (Lynchburg City)
>
> WILLIAM T.CHILDRESS Hvy. Arty. Kyle's Co.
>
> CHARLES CHILDRESS Hvy. Arty. Wright's Co.
>
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRESS Hvy. Arty. 10th Bn. Co.E
>
> WILLIAM CHILDRIS Hvy. Arty. 20th Bn. Co.B
>
> THOMAS J.CHILDRESS Hvy. Arty. 38th Bn. Patterson's Co.
>
> J.H.CHILDRESS Horse Arty. Jackson's Co.
>
> CAVLARY
> J.W.C.CHILDINS Cav. Ferguson's Bn. Nounnan's Co.
> pension
> ROYAL B.CHILDRES Cav. Ferguson's Bn. Spurlock's & Park's Co.
> SHEM CHILDRES Cav. Ferguson's Bn. Spurlock's & Park's Co.
> HENRY CHILDRESS Swann's Bn.Cav. Watkin's Co.
>
> J.W.CHILDRESS 4th Cav. Co.F a.k.a. Goochland Light Dragoons
> Goochland County
> R.L.CHILDRESS 4th Cav. Co.B
> b. 1832 ,Henrico County.Was 29 at the start of the war, he served 3
> years.
> At the time of appling for the pension in Dec.,1905. At this time he was
> 72 and he lived at 420 N. 23th St, Richmond, VA. Was a printer, until
> about
> 1902. He suffered from fainting spells,Shot through the right side, lost
> right finger bone(s?)
>
> HENRY J.CHILDRESS 5th Cav. Co.D (12 mo. 61-62) a.k.a.
> Petersburg Cavalry, Became Co. B, 13th VA Cav.
> Formed at Petersburg City
> JOHN W.CHILDRESS 5th Cav. Co.I a.k.a.--Chesapeake Cavalry
> Formed in PRINCESS ANNE County
> THOMAS H.CHILDRESS 5th Cav. Co.F a.k.a. Prince George Cavalry,
> Became Co. F, 13th VA Cav. formed at Prince George County
>
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS 6th Cav. Co.I a.k.a.--Orange Rangers
> Formed in Orange County Enlisted May 1, 1862 listed in 1900 census
> HENRY P.CHILDRESS Bugler 6th Cav. Co.I a.k.a.--Orange Rangers
> Formed in Orange County
>
> A.J.CHILDRESS 8th Cav. Co.I a.k.a.-Kanawha Rangers
> Formed in Kanawha County
>
> CHARLES B.CHILDRESS 10th Cav. Co.Unknown
> JOSEPH H.CHILDRESS 10th Cav. Co.A
> a.k.a. Caskie's Mounted Rangers
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRESS 10th Cav. Co.A
> a.k.a. Caskie's Mounted Rangers Formed in Richmond City
> JOHN W. CHILDRESS 10th Cav. Co.A
>
> JOHN H.CHILDRESS 15th Cav. Co.B Cpl.
> a.k.a.--Caskie's Mounted Rangers Formed in Richmond City.
> At time of his filing for pension he was 69 years old.
>
> SHEM CHILDERS 16th Cav. Co.E
> a.k.a--Capt. Hurston Spurlock's Co. formed in Wayne County
> age 21
> ROYAL CHILDERS 16th Cav. Co.E
> a.k.a--Capt. Hurston Spurlock's Co. formed in Wayne County
> age 19
> WILLAIM L.CHILDERS 16th Cav. Co.K
>
> J.T.CHILDRESS 24th Cav. Co.I
>
> DAVID D.CHILDRESS 39th Bn. Cav. Co.C
> R.H.CHILDRESS 39th Bn.Cav. Co.D
> Capt. William W. Page's Co. Formed in Lunenberg County
>
>
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS 39th Bn.Cav. Co.C
>
> FRANCIS CHILDRESS 46th Cav. Co. Unknown
>
> ROBERT CHILDRESS 47th Bn.Cav. Co.C
>
>
> INFANTRY
> CHARLES C.CHILDRESS fifer Unknown Co. A
> E.D.CHILDRESS Loc. Def. Ezell's Co.
> C.CHILDRESS Loc. Def. Durrett's Co
> JAMES E.CHILDRESS Inf. Loc. Def. Co.B
> JAMES E.CHILDRESS Inf. 1st Bn. Loc. Def. Co.D
> JOHN G.CHILDRESS Inf. Co.G
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS Inf. Bn.(Loc. Def.) Co.C
>
> RICHARD A.CHILDRESS Montague's Bn.Inf. Co.D
>
> SAMUEL A.CHILDRESS Rockbridge Cty. Res. Donald's Co.
>
> THADDEUS J..CHILDRESS 1st Inf. Co.G
> Capt. William H. Gordon's Co. HENRICO Co.
>
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS 1st Bn. Co.E
>
> A.CHILDRESS 1st (Farinholt's) Res. Bn. Co.B
>
> -------- CHILDRESS 2nd Inf. Co.I
>
> F. S.CHILDRESS 2nd Inf. Loc. Def. Co.F
> L.CHILDRESS 2nd Inf. (Loc. Def.) Co.H
> P. S. CHILDRESS 2nd Bn. Loc. Reserves Co. B
> D.C.CHILDRESS 3rd Res. Co.I
> JAMES E.CHILDRESS 1st. Lt. 3rd (Archer's) Bn. Res. Co.E
> J.C.CHILDRESS 3rd Res. Co.D
> formed in Prince Edward County
> J.N.CHILDRESS 3rd Res. Co.I
> N.J.CHILDRESS 3rd Res. Co.I
> SAMUEL A.CHILDRESS 3rd (Crisman's)Bn. Res. Co.F
> WILLIAM C.CHILDRESS 3rd Res. Co.I
> d.September 9, 1891 of "heart failure"
> widow's pension appilied for by his wife Martha on September 9, 1902
> Martha stated that they were married in 1865 in Nelson County. She was
> born in Appomatox Co. 1837
> JAMES E.CHILDRESS 3rd Inf Co. E.
> b.1838
> joined: April 9 or 10, 1863 surrendered Appomatox
> lived in Nolfork, VA. 143 Church St. (23 years at time of pension)
> worked as a Policeman and laborer.
> Reason for pension old age and wounds recieved during the war
> JAMES H.CHILDRESS 4th Res. Co.F
> CHARLES CHILDRESS Sr. 5th Inf Co. C.
> Also known as Mountain Guard
> Formed in Augusta County
> b. 1835 Lived in Halifax County at the time of pension application.
> Was 67 years old in June 14, 1902 Wounded in left arm.
> STEPHEN J.CHILDERS 5th Inf.Bn. Loc. Def Co.A
> ANDREW F.CHILDRESS 6th Inf. Co.I a.ka.-Elliott Grays
> CHARLOTTE COUNTY
> F. S.CHILDRESS 6th Bn. Inf. Loc. Def. Co.C
> WILLIAM A.CHILDRESS 7th Inf. Co.C a.k.a. Capt. John C. Porter's Co.
> Formed in Culpepper County
> LAFAYTTE CHILDERS 8th Inf. Co.I
> Formed in Loudoun County --also known as Capt. James R. Simpson's Co.
> enlisted 3/10/1863--survived the war---
> was a POW
> MARSHALL B.CHILDRESS 10th Inf. Co.D
> Rockingham County- Also known as Bridgewater Grays
> ALFRED CHILDRESS 14th Inf. Co.A
> Formed Amelia County known as Paineville rifes
> JOEL B.CHILDRESS 14th Inf. Co.F
> Mecklenburg County known as Chambliss Grays
> WILLIAM F.CHILDRESS 14th Inf. Co.D
> Formed in Chesterfield County known as Chesterfield Central Grays
> WILLIAM Y.CHILDRESS 14th Inf. Co.D
> CHARLES H.CHILDRESS 15th Inf. Co. C Patrick Henry Rifles
> HANOVER COUNTY
>
> EDWARD F.CHILDRESS 15th Inf. Co.E a.k.a Ashland Grays.
> HANOVER COUNTY enlisted-- 4/23/61 believed to have survived the war
> G.W.CHILDRESS 15th Inf. Co.E
> J.N.CHILDRESS 15th Inf. Co.E
> JOSEPH H.CHILDRESS 15th Inf. Co.C
> WILLIAM J.CHILDRESS 15th Inf. Co.E
> b.1838
> Wounded in the left ankle and the left thigh, ball remained logded in his
> thigh. Wounded a total of 7 times.Wounded at Durry's Bluff, May 16, 1864
> lived in Lousia County at time of Pension application 1902 at the age of
> 62. Recieved $15 a yesr pension.
> JOHN H.CHILDRESS 18th Inf. Co.H
> Formed Appomattox County known as "Appomattox Grays"
> b.1844 dislocated shoulder during the war
> living in Appomattox County 1900 at the time of filing pension
>
> THOMAS H.CHILDRESS 19th Inf. Co.C
> 19TH CO .C ----Also known as Scottsville Guards formed in Albemarle
> County
> DAVID W.CHILDRESS 20th Inf. Co.K a.k.a.- South of Dan Rebels
> Became Co. C3, 59th VA Inf. formed in HARRISON COUNTY enlisted in 1861
> believed to have survived the war
> JOSEPH CHILDRESS 20th Inf. Co.K a.k.a.- South of Dan Rebels
> Became Co. C3, 59th VA Inf.
>
> ROBERT CHILDRESS 20th Inf. Co.E a.k.a. Buckingham Lee Guards
> formed in BUCKINGHAM COUNTY
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS 20th Inf. Co.E a.k.a. Buckingham Lee Guards
> formed in BUCKINGHAM COUNTY
> lived in Buchingham Co. 1902
> Born in Cumberland Co., 1836. Twenty-five years of age at the beginning
> of
> the war.
> Wounded in the hip, served four years.
> lived in Buchingham Co. 1902
>
> CHARLES H.CHILDRESS 21st Inf. Co.A
> Company A formed in Charlotte County also known as Red House Volunteers
> B. 1830 enlisted 7/18/61, at Grove Wharf
> still living in Charlotte County in 1900-1902. Wounded in the left heel,
> which shattered his heel bone. Wounded at the battle of Winchester,
> September 19, 1864. He was on crutchs 18 months and the wound took almost
> 3 years
> to heal. Leaving him unable to walk any period of time.By 1902 he, also
> had
> back problems and almost blind.
>
> ELIJAH CHILDRESS 21st Bn.Inf. Co.C
> LEE COUNTY
> NATHANIEL CHILDRESS Sgt. 21st Bn.Inf. 2nd Co.F
> BUCHANAN COUNTY
> OBEDIAH CHILDRESS 21st Inf. Co.I Turkey Cock Grays
> PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY
> JAMES M.CHILDRESS 21st Inf. Co.E Buckingham Leaches
> BUCKINGHAM COUNTY
> Wounded the 29th of June,1863 in the leg, , in a union Hospital in
> Pennsyvania. POW-- at Point Lookout Prison Camp MD died there Feb. 24,
> 1864
> buried at Confederate Cemetery. Was married to Elizabeth ? , October 20,
> 1855.
> GEORGE CHILDRESS 21st Bn.Inf. 2nd Co.F
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS Inf. 21st. Bn. 2nd Co.F
> BUCHANAN COUNTY
> DANIEL M.CHILDRESS Cpl. 22ndInf.Bn. Co.H
> GEORGE W.CHILDRESS 22nd Bn.Inf. Co.H ` Capt. John S. Bowles' Co.
> FLUVANNA COUNTY
> HENRY F.CHILDRESS 22nd Inf.Bn. Co.F
> ROBERT CHILDRESS 22th Inf.Bn. Co.A a.k.a---Capt. Thomas E.Burfoot's
> Co. Wounded on the 3rd of July, 1863. Shot through the hip and damaging
> the ball joint of the thigh. He was shot by Union Calavry solider with a
> Navy pistol. At this time Robert was about 19 years old having been born
> in
> 1844.This almost totally disabled him, at age 49 he applied for a disabled
> solider's pension.
>
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRESS 22th Inf. Bn. Co.A Capt. Thomas E. Burfoot's Co.
> RICHMOND (CITY)
> ALFRED M.CHILDRESS 23rd Inf. Co.B a.k.a. Jetersville Grays 2nd
> Lt.
> enlisted as a priv. 5/16/61 from AMELIA COUNTY
> believed to have survived the war
> CHARLES P.CHILDRESS 23rd Inf. Co.H a.k.a. Richmond Sharpshooters
> from RICHMOND (CITY) enlisted 5/14/61 age 20 was a POW
> Believed to have survived the war
> JOHN D.CHILDRESS 24th Inf. Co.D Capt. Thomas S. Taylor's Co.
> FRANKLIN County
> b. abt. 1849 12-13 years old at the start of the war
> wounded in the elbow at Durry's Bluff
> Lived at Dillons Mill, Franklin Co. at the time of pension.
> JOSHUA M.CHLDRESS, Co. C 24TH. Inf.
> wounded by a ball going through his hip and groin area at Drury's Bluff,
> May 16th, 1864.
> applided for disabilty pension. Resident of Sandy River, Pittsylvania
> County at time of pension application
> ROBERT CHILDRESS Co. I 24th Inf.
> Living in Patrick County at the time of recieving his pension.
> Thrown from a horse, and injured in 1862
> recived $60.00
>
> ROBERT CHILDRESS 25th Inf.Bn. Co.C
> THOMAS CHILDRESS 25th Inf.Bn. Co.G
>
> JOHN O.CHILDRESS 25th Bn.Inf. Co.F Co. K, 3rd VA Art. LDT, Capt. Cyrus
> Bossieux's Co. Later Co. F, 25th Bn. VA Inf.
> JAMES F.CHILDRESS 25th Bn.Inf. Co.F
> J.E.CHILDRESS 25th Bn. Inf. Co.G
> WILLIAM W.CHILDRESS 1st Sgt. 25th Inf.Bn. Co.F Sgt.
> Enlisted March 3, 1862
> b.1847 in Charles City County, lived there 70 of 77 years.Lived at 1229
> ?
> St. in Richmond, VA, at the time of pension filing.
> Was about 14 or 15 at the start of the war. Enlisted at age 16-17
> on March 3, 1862. Filed for a pension in 1918. Was captured at held
> prisoner
> in Richmond, VA. for a short period.
>
> LEONIDAS CHILDRESS 26th Inf. Bn. Co.I
> WILLIAM F.CHILDERS 26th Inf. Bn. Co.G
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRESS 28th Inf. Co.H
> White Sulphur Rifles BOTETOURT COUNTY
> WILLIAM H.CHILDRESS 36th Inf. 2nd Co.C
> Raleigh Rangers
> RALEIGH COUNTY
>
> WILLIAM CHILDRESS 38th Inf. 2nd. Co.I *
> WILLIAM T.CHILDRESS 38th Inf. Co.C*
> Capt. Morris Kirtley's Co., Cabell County
> (*probably the same man)
>
> C.F.CHILDRESS 42th Inf. Co.I
> POW--- Point Lookout Prison Camp, died March 17, 1865
> buried at Confederate Cemetery Point Lookout MD
> JOSEPH W.CHILDRESS 42th Inf. Co.I
> GEORGE W.CHILDRESS 44th Inf. Co.B
> K.I.A. During the battle of Chancellorsville May 3 or 2 , 1863 in
> battle
> .
> Wife, Anne N., pension application states marriage date of December 21,
> 1853
> WILLIAM CHILDERS 45th Inf.Bn. Co.F
> JAMES CHILDRESS 46th Inf. 2nd Co. ?
> R.C.CHILDRESS Cpl. 46th Inf. 2nd Co.C
> T.C.CHILDRESS 46th Inf. 2nd Co.B,H
> JOHN C. CHILDERS 48th Inf. Co. ?
> WILLIAM H.CHILDERS 48th Inf. Co.B
> WILLIS CHILDRESS/CHILDERS 48th Inf. Co.A
> THOMAS B.CHILDRESS 51st. Inf. Co.G
> Formed in Amherst County --widow's pension
> FRANCIS M.CHILDRESS 52nd Inf. Co.A Augusta Fencibles Augusta Co.
>
> THADDEAUS J. CHILDRESS 52nd Inf. Co.A Augusta Fencibles
> was born August 16, 1841 in
> McGaheysville, Rockingham Co., VA, and died May 6, 1926 in Roanoke,
> Woodford Co., IL. He married MARY A. FISHER June 20, 1866 in New Hope,
> Augusta Co., VA, daughter of ABRAHAM FISHER and LUCY. She was born
> February 17, 1845 in New Hope, Augusta Co., VA, and died June 14, 1926
> in Roanoke, Woodford Co., IL.
> Notes for THADDEAUS J. CHILDRESS:
>>From His Obituary:
> Thaddeaus was a member of Captain Skinner's Company A in the Civil War.
> He was wounded twice - December 13, 1862 at the battle of Fredericksbury
> (1 out of 12,000 killed or wounded) during a terrible defeat for the
> North and again June 27, 1863 at the Seven Days fight at Richmond. He
> and Mary settled in Roanoke, Woodford Co., IL March 5, 1874 after they
> were married.
> A mixed quartette consisting of Mrs. Henry Designe, Miss Elsie Small,
> D. R. Wilson and J. W. Castelo sang at Mr. Childress's Funeral
> accompanied by Miss Roberta Whitnah on the piano. Reverend E.L.
> Fahnestock of Chillicothe delivered the sermon, assisted by Reverend
> A.A. Rodgers, pastor of the church.
> The American Legion attended in a body to pay honor to their departed
> comrade, he being the last veteran of the Civil War. They stood in
> attention as the funeral cortege passed, and also had charge of the
> services at the cemetery.
> Burial: Roanoke City Cem., Roanoke Twp., Woodford Co., IL
> Ethnicity/Relig.: Attended the M.E. Church
> PATRICK H.CHILDRESS 52nd Inf. Co.C Letcher Guard Augusta Co.
> pension file---
> WILLIAM M. CHILDRESS 52nd Inf. 2nd Co.B Capt. William Long's Co. Augusta
> Co. 57 Years of age June 14, 1900, appiled for pension. Disabled from
> Rhumetism and stomach problems. Living in Augusta County, Basia City P.O.
> 1900
> recieved 15 dollars a year pension. Later increased to $20 in 1902
> RICHARD A.CHILDRESS 53rd Inf. Co.C Old Dominion Grays
> CHARLOTTE COUNTY
> GEORGE W.CHILDRESS 54th Inf. Co.K Capt. John S. Deyerle's Co.
> ROANOKE COUNTY
> BENJAMIN M.CHILDRESS 56th Inf. Co.B a.k.a. Mecklenburg Guards
> formed in Mecklenburg Co enlisted 3/1/1861 believed to have
> survived the war
> G.W.CHILDRESS 56th Inf. Co.D
> JESSE CHILDRESS Cpl. 56th Inf. Co.D Buckingham Yancey Guards
> Buckingham Co.
> JOHN G. CHILDRESS 56th Inf. Co. F
> Formed in Chesterfield County Court House
> enlisted 5/27/1861 Survived the war, in April 17, 1899, appeaered
> before Goochland County Court and presented reason for disabled pension.
> Resided in Sandy Hook
>
> WILLIAM J.CHILDRESS 57th Inf. Co.I `
>
> JOSEPH CHILDRESS 59th Inf. 3rd Co.C
> On 11/24/1912 Joseph's wife Francis appiled for a widows pension at this
> time she stated that she was living with her daughter and that she was 80
> years of age. Joseph, she stated had died 15 years earlier in Charlotte
> County. At the time on the pesion application she
> was in Spring Mill, Campbell County
> The 59th 3rd company C was orginaly Co. K, 20th VA Inf., South of Dan
> Rebels
>
> W.W. Childress Co. A 59th inf.
> (same as W.W Childress of 25th inf. Co. C)
>
> WILLIAM J.CHILDRESS 59th Inf. 2nd Co.I
> THOMAS T.CHILDRESS 67th Inf. Co.H
> ELIJAH CHILDRESS 64th Mtd. Inf. Co.C
> HOUSTON CHILDRESS Musican 64th Mtd. Inf. Co.C
> GEORGE WASHINGTON CHILDERS Co. I 64th Inf
> b. 1841 At the time of appl. for (June, 1900) pension he stated he was
> 56
> Living in Pattonville, Scott County, at the time of appling for a
> pension.
> Contracted small pox during the war. The small pox affected his voice and
> his lungs.
> recieved $15.00
>
> MILITIA
> CLARKE L.CHILDRES 135th Mil. Co.A
> JOHN H.CHILDRES 73nd Mil. Co.UNKNOWN
>
>
>
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