Pensions, Civil War.

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Civil War Pension Records

Civil War Pension Records

Pensions, Civil War.

Pensions, Civil War

Pensions, Civil War


Civil War Pension Records

Civil War Pensions and the Reconstruction of Union Families

Pensions and Labor Force Participation of Civil War Veterans

Not a Veteran in the Poorhouse: Civil War Pensions and Soldiers' Homes

COTTON, Thomas Forrest (died 1965), Major CAMC; Consulting Physician National Heart Hospital; Hon. Consultant Diseases of the Heart, Ministry of Pensions, Civil Service, Edgar Lee Home, Queen Alexandra Military Hosp.; Member War Office Appeal Board

COOPER, Warren Ernest (born 1933), MP (National Party) Otago, 1975–96; Minister of Defence and Minister responsible for War Pensions, New Zealand, 1990–96, also Minister of Civil Defence and of Internal Affairs, 1993–96

CARTER, Huntly (died 1942), writer, journalist, symposia editor, publicist, traveller, lecturer, and interpreter of National and World creative constructive movements, in particular, sociological and cultural; early medical training in psychiatry and sexual pathology; before the War engaged in sociological and radical reform movements and journalism of ideas; Reconstruction and Recovery movements in Europe and Russia, 1915–41; editor of a unique series of international symposia surveys of momentous tendencies in science, art, drama, economics, industry and new social life to which upward of 700 distinguished representative men and women contributed; Civil List Pension for services to Literature, 1931; additional Civil List Pension, 1939

EDINGTON, George Henry (1870 - 1943), Hon. Consulting Surgeon, late Visiting Surgeon, Western Infirmary, Glasgow, and Lecturer Clinical Surgery, University of Glasgow; Examiner in Surgery, University of Glasgow; Member of the King’s Bodyguard for Scotland (The Royal Company of Archers); Member, Glasgow University Court since 1939; Member of Council of Scottish National Blood Transfusion Association, 1940; Member, Scottish Civil Nursing Reserve Advisory Council, 1940–43; President Royal Philosophical Society, Glasgow, 1940–43; President Glasgow Medico-Chirurgical Society, 1936–38; President Royal Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, 1927–29 and Representative to General Medical Council, 1928–40; Medical Referee, Sheriffdom of Lanark; member of Council and of Executive British Red Cross Society, Scottish Branch, and was Chairman of Executive, 1930–42; Chairman, War Pensions Committee, Glasgow, since 1933; late Hon. Colonel RAMC Units Lowland Division


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Often considered a welfare laggard, the United States pioneered generous disability and old-age benefits for Union veterans of the Civil War.

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