West Virginia Claims, 1877

The following people from West Virginia made successful claims that they furnished quartermaster stores or supplies to the Union Army during the Civil War. Each claimant was required, under the Act of 4 July 1864, to prove their case and this list, dated 17 January 1877, shows the names, residences and amounts approved by the Third Auditor and Second Comptroller since 7 December 1874. In some cases the auditor and comptroller did not agree and those will be shown on a separate list.

NumberClaimantCountyAmount
42,225John W. Rider, executor of William Rider 1,210.50
42,375David HessBerkeley County247.50
42,253James W. SnyderBerkeley County1,610.10
40,247John WilsonBerkeley County140.00
33,549Susan Robins, executrix, and William M. Lemon, executor, of the last will and testament of C. K. Robins, deceased, late ofBeverly County312.50
40,168James W. MorrisonBraxton County30.00
40,280John L. RheaBraxton County76.50
40,644John M. ReceCabell County657.59
40,002Peter Babb, administrator of James P. Babb, deceased, late of (for quartermasters' stores)Grant County80.20
39,597Peter Babb, administrator of James P. Babb, deceased, late of (for commissary stores)Grant County339.72
39,707James ImanGrant County135.00
42,243John MichaelGrant County70.80
42,138Cyrus WeltonGrant County1,459.50
40,304George YocumGrant County270.00
42,160Benjamin F. Burns, administrator of the estate of Andrew Burns, deceased, late ofGreenbrier County210.00
39,712David HedrickGreenbrier County1,951.00
39,722Joseph Jarrett and A. F. Matthews, administrators of the estate of James Jarrett, deceased late ofGreenbrier County6,412.50
32,528Archibald Lewis, administrator of the estate of Rachel Bunger, deceasedGreenbrier County487.50
39,713William R. LivesayGreenbrier County610.00
39,711Samuel C. LudingtonGreenbrier County6,520.00
39,687Samuel BeanHardy County191.40
42,204John W. DuffeyHardy County145.00
42,135Gabriel FoxHardy County565.00
39,719William M. RandolphHardy County467.80
39,702William B. Stump, executor of the last will and testament of Alfred Stump, deceased, late ofHardy County250.00
39,984Alfred Taylor, administrator of the real estate of M. D. Williams, deceased, late ofHardy County13.00
42,196Joseph CliffordHarrison County100.00
42,388David T. HewesHarrison County21.00
38,882Elias YerkeyHarrison County125.00
41,976John M. Coyle, executor of the last will and testament of William Crow, deceased, late ofJefferson County198.75
42,473William GreenJefferson County920.00
34,733William HouseJefferson County103.71
42,003Lucy W. PackettJefferson County1,900.00
42,307A. D. FarleyKanawha County75.00
 John Hall, in his own rightMason County 
42,264Samuel ArnoldMineral County868.00
39,688Patrick FahertyMineral County526.00
39,794George BiblePendleton County45.00
42,197Laban ConradPendleton County2,836.75
40,220Allen Dyer, administrator of the estate of Roger Dyer, deceased, late ofPendleton County265.00
40,220Allen Dyer in his own rightPendleton County130.00
42,220William McCoyPendleton County205.00
42,423J. W. D. McCartyPocahontas County600.00
39,604George BuckeyRandolph County115.66
42,326Adam MouseRandolph County68.40
40,066Harman SnyderRandolph County750.00
39,686George WarnerUpshur County104.01

 

 

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