MySource:Parsa/Jacob Varner Minor Pension Affidavit Eunice No2

MySource Jacob Varner Minor Pension Affidavit Eunice No2
Place Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, United States|Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana
Year range -
Surname Varner
Jacob Varner Minor Pension Affidavit Eunice No2.


Affidavit by Eunice Varner for minor pension of Jacob Varner

Minor veteran pension application by Alice and Charles Varner for pension of Jacob Varner.

Statement number 2 by Eunice Varner.



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General Affidavit

STATE OF Indiana, COUNTY OF Vigo SS: In claim No. 670084 of Alice and Chas. Varner heirs of Jacob " of Co. I/B/I/I? of the 27/13/16/1 Regt. of Ind. Vols./" Cav./" Inf/US Vet, Personally appeared before the undersigned duly authorized to administer oaths within and for said County, Eunice Varner aged 86 years, whose P.O. is Terre Haute, County of Vigo, State of Indiana, who being duly sworn states in relation to said claim as follows to wit:
Alice Varner was born July 4" 1870. The reason I know I was at her mothers house the next morning after alice was born and Charles was born of the 7" of July 1872.[1] I was at her mothers house the 2nd day after charles was born. I am the mother of Louisa Varner now Robison.[2]

[stamp: U.S. PENSION OFFICE, MAY 8 1900]

And affiant further states that he has no interest in this claim.

Edward C. Thiede [witness]
John Whited [witness]
If affiant signs by mark two witnesses sign here.

Eunice her X mark Varner
Affiant's signature.

Sworn to and subscribed before me on the 2 day of May 1900, and I hereby certify that the contents of this affidavit were fully made known before signing to the affiant, who is credible, and I have no interest in this claim or its prosecution.

Bazil Brown
Justice of the Peace
Certificate on file


  1. These ages must be incorrect. Another document give ages that are three years older, and Alice and Charles appear in the 1870 census as 4 and 1 years old.
  2. Eunice was Louisa's mother-in-law.