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Re: Thomas Hargis in Civil War
Posted by: angel (ID *****9466) Date: June 21, 2006 at 14:36:55
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Hargis in Civil War by Bobee Boyett of 1725

It did somewhat. Here are my conclusions: I have the list of all pensions for all Hargis in the Cicil War. No pension was allocated for anyone in the Civil war in LA. I did check my LA Hargis-as-us-es. They were in LA before 1830. It seems that Thomas L. Hargis was probably not married, if he was buried with Civil war stone and recognized as such they would have found his widow for pension. But without an estimated age or birth date, it is a lead difficult to follow. I have a lot of outlet if you think he is one of your ancestors. But by requesting his sign up sheet you would know His age, His residence and if he was married. This should be in the Louisiana State Archives Just a letter and they should send you a copy.I hope it helped Angel email:harguesshope@hotmail.com


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