List of Pensions, Gratuities, and Amounts for Medical Services, June 1st, 1868

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Government Notice (List of Pensions, Gratuities, and Amounts for Medical Services)  (1868) 
June 1st, 1868
Published in the Canada Gazette, Volume I, Numbers 50 through 52

LIST OF PENSIONS, GRATUITIES and AMOUNTS FOR MEDICAL SERVICES, authorized to be paid.

No.
A.G.O.
NAME. Rank. Corps. Nature of the Case. Pension
per
annum.
Gratui-
ties.
Medical
attend-
ance.
REMARKS.
1st Pensions. $ cts. $ cts. $ cts.
3 A. E. Marchand Private St. John's Troop of Cavalry Died, June 3, 1867, from disease contracted on service, in March 1866 110 — Payable to widow.
6 A. W. Stevenson  do Brockville Rifle Company. Permanent disability occasioned by injury of the leg. 110 — From July 1, 1865.
8 W. J. Cox Corporal 1st "Pr. of Wales" V.R. Regt. Died from disease contracted in June 1866 110 — 16 — From June 9, 1866, to date of death.
9 J. Thorburn Serjeant  "  "  "  "  " 150 — 20 — From Jan. 1, 1867, payable to widow.
16 P. T. Worthington Captain Windsor Provisional Battalion Died in Dec., 1867, of inflammation of lungs contracted in June 1866 400 — 20 50 1 ½ years pension payable to widow.
"  "  "  "  "  "  "  "  " 378 — For widow and children.
19 J. H. Elliott Corporal Sarnia Provisional Battalion. Died, May 23, 1866, of typhoid fever 130 — For widow & 2 children from May 24, 1866.
44 George Prentice Captain Columbus Infantry Company Died, August 5, 1867, from disease contracted in June 1866. 400 — For widow and children.
2nd Gratuities.
4 W. Fairbairn Bombardier London Field Battery Rheumatism causing 6 weeks loss of time from June 1866 31 50 42 days at 75 cents.
5 K. Goodman Captain New Hamburgh Inf. Comp. Disease contracted in May 1866 400 — 81 58 *Per ann. since May 18, '66, subject to reexamination on close of current (3d) year.
7 A. McQuaid Drummer 1st "Pr. of Wales" V. R. Reg. Died of disease contracted in June 1866 110 — 15 50
11 Arthur Reed Private 2nd "Queen's Own" V. R. Died in Februry 1867, from disease contracted in June 1866 200 — Payable to his sister, Mrs. Yeats.
12 J. Armitage Corporal 7th Battalion, London Disease contracted in May 1866 200 — 88 50
13 C. Houseman Private 8th Battalion, V. R., Quebec 7 weeks loss of time from disease contracted in March 1866 31 50 142 days at 75 cents.
14 A. A. Macdonald Serjeant 15th Battalion, Belleville Sore eyes from effects of cold, contracted in June 1866. 100 —
15 F. Paquette Private 18th Battalion Partial loss of one leg from injury thereto. 110 —
17 W. Piper Serjeant 26th  " Loss of time from disease contracted in March '66 200 — 35 —
18 P. Hodgkinson Private 26th  " 6 weeks loss of time from inflammation of the lungs, occasioned in June 1866 21 — 25 — 42 days at 50 cents.
20 W. Duffin  " 26th  " Died, 23rd May, 1866, of typhoid fever contracted in that month 60 — 30 — Gratuity to be paid to father.
21 Janvier dit Courvignon  " No. 1 Co., Three Rivers Inf. 12 months loss time, from brain fever taken in June, 1866 110 — 26 —
22 Jacob Mott  " Royal Light Infantry Death accelerated by frontier service. 100 — Payable to his widow.
23 J. G. Powell  " No. 3 Com. 13th Battalion Wounded in engagement at Lime Ridge 100 — Second Gratuity.
24 Mrs. Clermont Accidentally wounded by discharge of rifle of a volunteer, returning from frontier service 60 — 70 —* * In full of Doctor's claim.
25 David Kelly Private 16th Battalion, Vol. Infantry 26 days loss of time from disease contracted on active service in June 1866 20 — 6 —
26 Charles Mitchell  "  "  " 62 days  "  "  " 46 50 12 —
27 Thomas Doran  "  "  " 31 days  "  "  " 23 25 7 — * 75 cents per day.
28 Edward Moss  "  "  " 3 months  "  "  " 69 75 14 50
29 John Brown  "  "  " 1 month  "  "  " 23 25 3 —
30 Henry Scott  "  "  " Injury to leg, arising from carelessness 10 — 3 —
31 David Reynolds Serjeant  "  " 6 weeks loss of time from disease contracted on active service in June 1866 42 — 20 — 42 days at $1 per day.
32 James Savage Private  "  " 2 months  "  "  "  " 46 50 10 — 62 days at 75 cents per day.
33 Elon Allan Corporal  "  " 4 months  "  "  "  " 92 25 50 — 123 days at 75 cents.
34 James Cowan Private  "  " 6 months  "  "  "  " 136 50 22 75 182 days at 75 cents.
35 Thomas C. Canniff  "  "  " 6 weeks  "  "  "  " 31 50 9 75 42 days at 75 cents.
39 Andrew Cousins  " Argenteuil Rangers. Died from the effects of frontier service 200 — 28 — Half to father and half to sister.
40 William Curran  " 11th Battalion,  " 6 months loss of time occasioned by disease contracted on active service in June 1866 136 50 12 — 182 days at 75 cents.
42 Warner Uberhorst  " 28th  " Disease contracted on active service 30 —
43 Thomas E. Lockie  " "Queen's Own" Died of disease contracted at Ridgway 200 — Payable to widow.
47 George A. Clark  " No. 1 Company, 32d Battalion Disability from disease contracted on active service 110 25 38 25 147 days at 75 cents.
48 Jackson Jones  " 35th Battalion Died of consumption, contracted on active service 115 —* 22 — *Payable to Major McKenzie, Barrie.
49 William O'Brien Serjeant 29th  " Died  "  "  " 228 50* 45 75 *Payable to father.
50 William Keenan Private 42nd  " Loss of time occasioned by sickness contracted on active service 50 — 50 70
51 William A. Sheriff  " 42nd  "  "  "  "  " 100 — 33 75
52 Joshua English Serjeant 7th  "  "  "  "  " 354 — 33 — 472 days at 75 cents.
53 Robert Davidson Bombardier Hamilton Field Battery  "  "  "  " 423 — 60 — 564 days at 75 cents.
54 Charles Piper Private Sarnia Frontier Battalion Died of disease contracted on active service 100 — Payable to father.
10 J. T. Sanders Paym. Serjeant 1st Western Service Battalion Loss of time, occasioned by injury 200—* 60 — *Payable to Paymaster Leys.
55 Bartholomew Macdonald Private Thorold Volunteer Company. Shot, being taken by mistake for a Fenian 800 — Payable to widow.


DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND DEFENCE,
Ottawa, 1st June, 1868.

N. B.—The reproduction of the above list in any newspaper is not authorized.

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