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Circular of the Special Examination Division
for Scipio Miller 33rd USCT
by Henry Harker
March 10, 1903
Pension Records
Transcription:

Department of the Interior,
Bureau of Pensions,
Washington, D. C., Mch. 10, 1903.

Special Examination Division.
Orig. No 616,984
Claimant Widow
Soldier S. Miller
Co. G
33 Reg't U.S.C. Inf.
Enlisted Nov., 1862
Discharged Jan., 1866

Mr. Henry Harker
Fernandina, Fla.

Sir:

To aid this Bureau in the settlement of the above-described claim for pension, you are requested to answer the questions noted below.

You will please fill out, sign, and
return this circular, even though you do not remember the soldier or that he was wounded, disabled, or diseased in
the service.

Very respectfully,
E. J. Ware
Commissioner  

_______________________________

Q. Do you remember the soldier, Scipio Miller as a member of your company?

Ans. Yes m' he is a member of my company

Q. Do you remember that he suffered with any wound, injury, or disease while in service?

Ans. Yes sir he was founded in his feet from marching.

Q. If you do remember any such wound, injury, or disease, state the nature of same.

Ans. and this were his last complainent from last lime seen he ? with the disease after being discharge from the army.

(Signature:) Henry x Harker
(address)
Fernandina
Fla

Note:
1. Widow's pension (note new number) where they are asking about injury?

2. Notice that he includes both feet but has nothing about a big toe and an axe.
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