Missouri Confederate Pension Records



In 1911 Missouri began granting pensions to indigent Confederate veterans only; none were granted to widows. Missouri also had a home for disabled Confederate veterans. The pension and veterans’ home applications are interfiled and arranged alphabetically. Typically, the pension file is small, perhaps four to eight pages, containing a standard application form and may include letters of recommendation from family members or others.

These pension records can be large (10-15 pages not uncommon) and will be provided PDF format.

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Missouri, United States


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Please provide soldier’s & widow’s name, residence at time of filing, date/place of births, any other identifying information you can provide.

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