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United States (United States) (search for this): entry pensions
Pensions. According to an official statement by United States Pension Commissioner Evans, on Aug. 17, 1901, high-water mark in the history of the Pension Bureau was reached on June 30, 1901, when the number of pensioners on the roll was 997,735. The pensioners on the rolls were classified as follows: Survivors, 8,655; invalids, 739,994; widows, 249,086. These comprised 13,124 widows and the 8,655 survivors on account of wars prior to 1861; 297,675 invalids, and 88,802 on account of general laws, disability of service, origin, mostly Civil War; 438,114 invalids, and 145,111 widows on account of the June, 1890, act, Civil War disability not due to service; 650 army nurses, and 3,555 invalids and 2,049 widows on account of the war with Spain. The total amount paid to pensioners as first payments on the allowance of their claims in 1901 was $9,934,764, or $106,238 more than the first payments in 1900. This amount represents the arrears of pension, aggregating 675 claims allo
Frederic Harrison (search for this): entry pensions
an increase of $1,207,402. In the preceding thirty years the survivors of the War of 1812 and their widows received $44,841,640; Mexican War, $30,201,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,000,547 Average per year140,000,137 people's party
,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,0President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,000,547 Average per year140,000,137 people's party
Rutherford B. Hayes (search for this): entry pensions
an increase of $1,207,402. In the preceding thirty years the survivors of the War of 1812 and their widows received $44,841,640; Mexican War, $30,201,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,000,547 Average per year140,000,137 people's party
Grover Cleveland (search for this): entry pensions
per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,000,547 Average per year140,000,137 people's party
William McKinley (search for this): entry pensions
an increase of $1,207,402. In the preceding thirty years the survivors of the War of 1812 and their widows received $44,841,640; Mexican War, $30,201,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,000,547 Average per year140,000,137 people's party
Pensions. According to an official statement by United States Pension Commissioner Evans, on Aug. 17, 1901, high-water mark in the history of the Pension Bureau was reached on June 30, 1901, when the number of pensioners on the roll was 997,735. The pensioners on the rolls were classified as follows: Survivors, 8,655; invalids, 739,994; widows, 249,086. These comprised 13,124 widows and the 8,655 survivors on account of wars prior to 1861; 297,675 invalids, and 88,802 on account of general laws, disability of service, origin, mostly Civil War; 438,114 invalids, and 145,111 widows on account of the June, 1890, act, Civil War disability not due to service; 650 army nurses, and 3,555 invalids and 2,049 widows on account of the war with Spain. The total amount paid to pensioners as first payments on the allowance of their claims in 1901 was $9,934,764, or $106,238 more than the first payments in 1900. This amount represents the arrears of pension, aggregating 675 claims allow
James A. Garfield (search for this): entry pensions
an increase of $1,207,402. In the preceding thirty years the survivors of the War of 1812 and their widows received $44,841,640; Mexican War, $30,201,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per year38,330,622 President Garfield's administration237,825,070 Average per year59,456,263 President Cleveland's first term305,636,662 Average per year76,409,165 President Harrison's administration519,707,726 Average per year129,926,931 President Cleveland's second term557,950,407 Average per year139,487,602 President McKinley's first term560,000,547 Average per year140,000,137 people's party
f the medical examinations held in the year resulted unfavorably to the claimants. The amount paid to pensioners under the general law in the year was $67,867,233, a decrease of $1,790,253 from the amount paid last year. The Spanish war pensioners received $1,175,225, an increase over the previous year of $842,320, and the pensioners under the act of 1890, as amended on May 6, 1900, received $66,975,481, an increase of $1,207,402. In the preceding thirty years the survivors of the War of 1812 and their widows received $44,841,640; Mexican War, $30,201,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 President Grant's second term114,395,357 Average per year28,598,839 President Hayes's administration145,322,489 Average per
May 6th, 1900 AD (search for this): entry pensions
ents the arrears of pension, aggregating 675 claims allowed, to an average of nearly $1,500 each. At least 100,000 of the medical examinations held in the year resulted unfavorably to the claimants. The amount paid to pensioners under the general law in the year was $67,867,233, a decrease of $1,790,253 from the amount paid last year. The Spanish war pensioners received $1,175,225, an increase over the previous year of $842,320, and the pensioners under the act of 1890, as amended on May 6, 1900, received $66,975,481, an increase of $1,207,402. In the preceding thirty years the survivors of the War of 1812 and their widows received $44,841,640; Mexican War, $30,201,187; and Indian wars, $5,402,054. The total disbursements for pensions from July 1, 1790, to June 30, 1901, aggregated $2,763,350,033. The statement gives the following amounts of money paid pensioners under different administrations: President Grant's first term$116,136,275 Average per year29,034,064 Presid
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