|Posted By:||MICHAEL HIGGINS|
|Subject:||Re: Civil War records|
|Post Date:||September 23, 2012 at 21:02:37|
|Forum:||Civil War Forum|
Dont know if you have this info (hope it is right guy)
Civil war pension index shows Joseph E Higgins received an invalid's pension October 7, 1863 (application # 34005 & Certificate # 230339) His widow Susan received her widow's pension July 27, 1917 (Application # 1104890 & Certificate # 848573) She applied in Massachusetts. His service was in Company "A" 16th Maine Infantry & Company "I" 24th Maine Infantry.
This soldier appears on
1890; Census Place: Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts; Roll: 14; Page: 6; Enumeration District: 1096.
Notes his service in both regimenta
as a private in 24th Maine, it notes he was shot in foot.
He re-enlisted in 16th Maine, attained rank of sergeant. It notes he was shot in thigh.
1880; Census Place: Worcester, Worcester, Massachusetts; Roll: 568; Page: 451D; Enumeration District: 897; Image: 0398.
Joseph E. Hooker 36
Susan E. Hooker 31
Walter F. Hooker 4
Arthur R. Hooker 2
1900; Census Place: Worcester Ward 6, Worcester, Massachusetts; Roll: 697; Page: 13B; Enumeration District: 1764
Joseph E Hooker 52
Susan E Hooker 52
Walter F Hooker 24
Arthur Hooker 22