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The pension papers of Dennis C. Quigley, Company D
were submitted by David Yost, GGG Nephew

State of Iowa, County of Pocahontas:

In the matter of the pension claim No. 530.037 of Dennis C. Quigley Co. D 12th Reg't Ia Vols.

On this 19 day of December, A.D., 1898 before the undersigned authority within and for the above county and state personally appeared Ed Tilley, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who being duly sworn, declared in relation to the aforesaid case as follows:

I personly know Dennis C. Quigley from 1863. and before he went in to the army he was strong and healthy and I personly know him after he came back from the army and he was in bad health with lung truble and chronic diareah and rheumatism and I saw him at diferant times and he is still complaing of lung truble and rheumatism by coffin and swelling of the joints and stifness this is ritten by my own hand.

Ed Tilley


That he testifies from personal knowledge and has no interest in this Pension claim. His Post Office address is Havelock, Iowa.

Ed Tilley


Sworn to and subscribed before me the day and year first above written and I certify that affiant is respectable and entitled to credit, and that I have no interest in this claim, and that the contents of this Affidavit were made known to the affiant before signing. Witness my hand and seal, this 19th day of Dec, 1898.

S. D. Thomas
Notary Public

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Iowa, County of Palo Alto:

In the matter of the pension claim No. 530.037 of ______________ D Co., 12 Reg't Iowa Vols Inft.

On this 20th day of October, A.D., 1900 before the undersigned authority within and for the above county and state, personally appeared Jeremiah Quigley well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who being duly sworn, declared in relation to the aforesaid case as follows:

That I am a brother of Dennis C. Quigley. I personally know Dennis C. Quigley from a boy up until the fall of 1864. And up to that time he was a stout healthy young man. That I did not see him again until January 1866 then he was pore and weak looked at least 10 years older than when he went to the army. He complained at that time of Cronic dire (diarrhea?) Rheumatism and lung trouble.

Jeremiah Quigley


That he testifies from personal knowledge and has no interest in this Pension Claim. His Post Office Address is Deliverence, Kan.

Jeremiah Quigley


Sworn to and subscribed before me the day and year first above written, and I certify that affiant is respectable and entitled to credit, and that I have no interest in this claim, and that the contents of this Affidavit were made know to affiant before signing. Witness my hand and Seal.

Arvin C. Sands
Notary Public in and for Palo Alto, Kan

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Iowa, County of Linn

In the matter of Dennis C. Quigley Co. D, 12th Regt-- Iowa Inft -- Inv. Orig No. 530.037

On the 18th day of Dec, A.D., 1900, personally appeared before me Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County duly authorized to administer oaths John M. Clark, aged 68 years, a resident of Cedar Rapids, in the County of Linn, and State of Iowa, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declared in relation to aforesaid case as follows:

I was Captain of Co. D, 12th Regt Iowa Inft. in 1865, and know that in Sept or Oct 1865 he - claimant, Dennis C. Quigley had an attack of measles, and was because of this sent to the hospital. I think Dr. Barr was the regimental physician or surgeon at that time. I know that on his return from the hospital he was troubled with chronic diarrhea and that he was suffering in same way the time of our discharge from the service at Davenport, Iowa.


His post-office address is Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He further declares that he has no interest in said case and is not concerned in its prosecution.

Signature of affiant: John M. Clark

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Iowa, County of Palo Alto

In the matter of Dennis C. Quigley, Co. D., 12th Iowa Vol. Inf.

On this 8th day of February, AD., 1901, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, Dennis C. Quigley, aged 57 years, a resident of Mallard in the County of Palo Alto, and State of Iowa whose post-office address is Mallard Iowa, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:

I can't give Doctor's evidence as I have not doctored with any Doctor since January first 1901. Why I didn't doctor was because I was short of means to doctor with.


His post office address is Mallard, Palo Alto Co., Iowa

Signature of Affiant: Dennis C. Quigley


State of Iowa, County of Palo Alto

Sworn to and subscribed before me this day by the above-named affiant, and I certify that I read said affidavit to said affiant, including the words ________ erased, and the words _____________ added and acquainted him with its contents before he executed the same. I further certify that I am in nowise interested in said case, nor am I concerned in its prosecution; and that said affiant is personally known to me and that he is a credible person.

Arvin Sands
Notary Public

This can be executed before any officer duly qualified to administer oaths.

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Iowa, County of Pocahontas

In the matter of Dennis C. Quigley.

On this 8 day of Jany, A.D., 1909, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, Ed Tilley, (Ann Jane Tilley's name lined through) aged 52 years, a resident of Havelock in the County of Pocahontas and State of Iowa whose post office address is Havelock Iowa, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:

Sir, I have per known Dennis C. Quigley since 1866 when he came out of the army. he was my next door neighbor. he has been troubled with rheumatism and lung trouble as the dockters has proven. he has no bad habits nor ever had any. he deserves a pension.


His postoffice address is Havelock, Ia. He further declares that he has no interest in said case and he is not concerned in its prosecution.

Signature of Affiant: Ed Tilley


State of Iowa, County of Pocahontas

Sworn to and subscribed before me this day by the above-named affiant, and I certify that I read said affidavit to said affiant, including the words ANN JANE TILLEY erased, and the words _____________ added and acquainted him with its contents before he executed the same. I further certify that I am in nowise interested in said case, nor am I concerned in its prosecution; and that said affiant is personally known to me and that he is a credible person.

K. Demaray (?)
Notary Public

This can be executed before any officer duly qualified to administer oaths.

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Iowa, County of Pocahontas;

In the matter of Dennis C. Quigley

On this 8 day of Jany, A.D., 1901, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for the aforesaid county, duly authorized to administer oaths, Ann Jane Tilley, aged 53 years, a resident of Havelock in the County of Pocahontas and State of Iowa, whose Post-Office address is Havelock, Ia. well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:

Sir, I have known Dennis C. Quigley ever since 1866 when he returned from Civil War. I lived in two mile of him and have known him ever since. I know he has been afflicted with lung trouble and rheumatism. If any one deserves a pension he does. He is an honorable and uprite man with no bad habits.


Her postoffice address is Havelock, Iowa. She further declares that she has no interest in said case and is not concerned in its prosecution.

Signature of Affiant: Ann Jane Tilley


State of Iowa, County of Pocahontas

Sworn to and subscribed before me by the above-named affiant, and I certify that I read said affidavit to said affiant, including the words ______________, erased and the words ________ added and acquainted her with its contents before she executed the same. I further certify that I am in nowise interested in said case, nor am I concerned in its prosecution; and that said affiant is personally known to me and that she is a credible person.

K. Demaray (?)
Notary Public

This can be executed before any officer duly qualified to administer oaths.

GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

State of Iowa, County of Palo Alto

In the matter of Dennis C. Quigley, Co. D. 12 Iowa Vols Inf.

On this 2nd day of March, A.D., 1901, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, Geo M. White, aged 62 years, a resident of Mallard in the County of Palo Alto and State of Iowa whose Post-Office address is Mallard Iowa.

J.A. Hughes, aged 45 years, a resident of Mallard in the County of Palo Alto and State of Iowa whose Post-Office address is Mallard Iowa, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn declares in relation to aforesaid case as follows:

That we have been neighbors of Dennis C. Quigley above named for over seven years. That he has complained of Rheumatism and Lung trouble more or less during this whole period. That his joints have been badly swolen and he has a cough every since we knew him up to the present date. That we know him to be a temperate man and that the above troubles have not been caused from vicious habits. We know that since the 3rd day of January 1901, he has not been able to do more than one half a mans work.


Their postoffice address is Mallard, Iowa. They further declare that they have no interest in said case and are not concerned with its prosecution.

Signature of Affiant: Geo M. White
Signature of Affiant: J. A. Hughes


State of Iowa, County of Palo Alto

Sworn to and subscribed before me this day by the above-named affiants, and I certify that I read said affidavit to said affiants, including the words _________ erased, and the words 1901 added and acquainted them with its contents before they executed the same. I further certify that I am in nowise interested in said case, no am I concerned in its prosecution; and that said affiants are personally known to me and that (they) are credible person.

Arvin C. Sands
Notary Public

This can be executed before any officer duly qualified to administer oaths.

Application for Invalid Pension

State of North Dakota
County of Ward

On this 11th day of April, A.D., one thousand nine hundred and 13 personally appeared before me, a Notary Public within and for the County and State aforesaid, Dennis C. Quigley, who being duly sworn, according to law, declares that he is 70 years of age, and a resident of Donnybrook, County of Ward, State of North Dakota, and that he is the identical person who was enrolled at Davenport, Iowa under the name of Dennis C. Quigley, on the 17th day of January 1865, as a Private in Co. "D" 27th Regiment and Co. "D" 12th Regiment, Iowa., in the service of the United States, in the war of the rebellion, and served at least ninety days and was Honorably Discharged at Memphis, Tenn., on the 20th day of January 1866. That he was not employed in the military or naval service prior to January 17th, 1865. That he has not been employed in the military or naval service sine January 20th, 1866. That he was born on the 5th day of March, in the year 1843, at Maple Grove, Edwards County, Illinois. That he is a pensioner. That he has heretofore applied for pension. Certificate #1022150. That he makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the pension roll of the United States under the provisions of the Act of May 11, 1912. That his post-office address is Donnybrook, County of Ward, State of North Dakota.

Signed: Dennis C. Quigley

Witnesses:

Attest: (1) Alfred E. Swanson
(2) J. W. Ferman


Also personally appeared Alfred E. Swanson, residing at Donnybrook, N.D. and J .W Ferman, residing at Donnybrook, N.D., persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say they were present and saw Dennis C. Quigley, the claimant, sign his name (or make his mark) to the foregoing declaration; that they have every reason to believe, from the appearance of said claimant and their acquaintance with him of six years and one years respectively, that he is the identical person he represents himself to be; and that they have no interest in the prosecution of this claim.

Alfred E. Swanson
J. W. Ferman

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of April A. D., 1913, and I hereby certify that the contents of the above declaration, etc. were fully made known and explained to the applicant and witnesses before swearing including words ___________ erased and the words ____________ added; and that I have no interest, direct or indirect, in the prosecution of this claim.

Evan Wilcox
Notary Public, Ward County, N. DAK

Yhis Application should be executed before some officer of a court of record, a notary public, justice of the peace, or other officer authorized to administer oaths for general purposes. If such officer is not required by law to have and use a seal, his official character, signature, and term of office must be certified by the proper State, County, or City officer under his official seal, unless such a certificate has already been filed in the Bureau of Pensions for general reference.

Department of the Interior
Bureau of Pensions

No 1022150
Invalid Division
Dennis C. Quigley
LTP, Ex'r
D 27 Iowa Inf.
Washington, D. C., Jan. 26, 1922

Sir: Please answer, at your earliest convenience, the questions enumerated below. the information is requested for future use, and it may be of great value to your widow or children. Commissioner of Pensions

Mr. Dennis C. Quigley
Donnybrook
Mark County, N.Dak.

  1. Date and place of birth: March 5th, 1843.
  2. The name of organizations in which you served? 12th and 27th Iowa Infantry
  3. What was your post office at enlistment: Roth, Iowa
  4. State your wife's full name and her maiden name. Harriet Louise (Metcalf)
  5. When, where and by whom were you married: March 12, 1862, Littleport, Iowa.
  6. Is there any official or church record of your marriage? Married by Justice Peace, Clayton Co., Ia. If so, where: If any record, would be at Court House or Town Clerk.
  7. Were you previously married? If so, state the name of your former wife, the date of the marriage, and the date and place of her death or divorce. If there was more than one previous marriage, let your answer include all former wives: No former marriages.
  8. If your present wife was married before her marriage to you, state the name of her former husband, the date of such marriage, and the date and place of his death or divorce, and state whether he ever rendered any military or naval service, and, if so, give name of the organization in which he served. If she was married more than once before her marriage to you, let your answer include all former husbands. No former marriage.
  9. Are you living with your wife? No She died Nov. 17, 1912.
  10. State the names and dates of birth of all your children, living or dead:
  1. Mary E. Quigley, born Feb. 16th, 1864
  2. William J. Quigley, born Jan, 1st, 1867
  3. R____ J. Quigley, born Feb. 28th, 1869
  4. Ida M. Quigley, born Sept. 7th, 1877
  5. Ella Louise Quigley, born March 6th, 1880
  6. Frederick A. Quigley, born Sept. 9th, 1882
  7. Ulis A. Quigley, born Dec. 12th, 1885

Date: Feb. 7th, 1922
Signature: Dennis C. Quigley

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF PENSIONS

IC-1022150
Dennis C. Quigley
D 27 Iowa Inf.

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA
COUNTY OF WARD

Mary E. Lytle being first duly sworn deposes and says that she is well acquainted with Dennis C. Quigley; that she is the Daughter of Dennis C. and Harriet Louise Quigley; that for the past year she has had the care of the household and sleeping apartment of said Dennis C. Quigley; that he is feeble and badly afflicted with Palsey, but is able to feed and dress himself, save that he requires aid in putting on heavy top coat or other heavy wearing apparel; that he is able to attend to all natures calls unaided; that he is not confined to his bed; that on the 18th day of November A. D., 1921, he was in the same condition as at this date and as set forth herein; that his mind was clear and keen and normal; that barring any unforeseen accident, it is safe for him to step out unattended; that no attending physician is had as the condition of Dennis C. Quigley is just such as would be expected from one afflicted with Palsey, and no medical aid can be had.

Dated at Donnybrook, North Dakota this 3rd day of February A.D., 1922

Signed: Mary E. Lytle


Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public, North Dakota, this 3rd day of February A.D., 1922;

Ben E. Comb
Notary Public, North Dakota

My commission expires Nov. 6, 1933.

DECLARATION FOR PENSION
ACT OF MAY 1, 1920

The Pension Certificate Should Not Be Forwarded With the Application

State of North Dakota, County of Ward:

On this 2nd day of Feb., 1926, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public within and for the county and State aforesaid, Dennis C. Quigley, who being duly sworn according to law, declares that he is 83 years of age, and a resident of Kenmare, County of Ward, State of North Dakota; and that he is the identical person who enrolled at Roth Iowa, under the name of Dennis C. Quigley, on the 16th day of January, 1865, as a private, in Company D., 27th Iowa in the service of the United States, in the Civil War and was Honorably Discharged at Memphis, Tenn, on the 20th day of January 1866. That he also served (here give a complete statement of all other services , if any)________.

That his personal description at enlistment was as follows: Height 5 feet 9 1/2 inches; complexion Dark; color of eyes Hazel; color of hair Dark; that his occupation was Farmer; that he was born March 5th 1843 at Maple Grove Edwards County, Ill. That he requires the regular personal aid and attendance of another person on account of the following disabilities: Chronic arthritis, leg and arm, hypertrophy prostrate quite marked, Palsy very marked, Chronic Broncitis.

That since leaving the service he has resided at Pocahontas County Iowa, Stearnes County Minnesota, Palo Alto County Iowa, and Ward County N. Dak., and his occupation has been Farmer and Mail carrier. That he has applied for pension under original no. 1022150. That he is a pensioner under Certificate No. 1022150.

That he makes this declaration for the purpose of being placed on the pension roll of the United States under the provisions of the Act of May 1, 1920.

Claimant's signature in full: Dennis C. Quigley

Signature of first witness: ? Clausen
Kenmare, N.Dak.

Signature of 2nd witness: W. L. Hodgson
Kenmare, N. Dak.


Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of February A. D., 1926 and I hereby certify that the contents of the above declaration were fully made known and explained to the applicant before swearing including words ___________ erased and the words ____________ added; and that I have no interest, direct or indirect, in the prosecution of this claim.

Evan Griffith
Notary Public, Ward County, N. DAK
My Commission Expires Jan. 8th 1931.

State of North Dakota
County of Ward

Dr. D. A. Fisk, being first duly sworn deposes and says: that he makes this affidavit on behalf of Dennis C. Quigley for use in obtaining a larger award or pension from the U.S. Government; that he is a physician and has been duly licensed to practice medicine in the State of North Dakota for a period of fifteen years; that during that time and for the past five years has been the physician taking care of Dennis C. Quigley, IC 1022150 - D 27 Iowa Infantry, and that he knows the said Dennis C. Quigley to be totally disabled; that he is unable to care for himself and that at this time he has, and it is necessary that he have, a personal attendant; that my examinations have disclosed that he has very high blood pressure, arterio-sclerosis, he has a very bad heart, mitral regurgitation, he also is suffering from a chronic nephritis. Also, on September 1st, last, he fell and injured his left shoulder and owing to his advanced age he is crippled from that; he is in a very feeble condition at the present time. He also has chronic bronchitis.

D. A. Fisk, M.D.


State of North Dakota
County of Ward

On this 13th day of December, 1926, before me a Notary Public within and for said County and State, personally appeared before me Dr. D. A. Fisk, known to me to be a licensed and practicing physician; that he has read the foregoing affidavit and knows the contents thereof, and that he executed the same as his free and voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein set forth.

C. S. Thompson
Notary Public, Ward County, North Dakota
My commission expires March 15, 1929.

DENNIS C. QUIGLEY
BOX 332
12022150 ACT MAY
KENMARE N DAK.

DROP REPORT -- PENSIONER

_______ Cert. No. ___________
Pensioner: __________________
Soldier_____________________
Service: ____________________
Class: Section I


RECORD DIVISION
In the above-described case a declaration filed
in this Division indicates that said pensioner died
________________, 19____


FINANCE DIVISION

_______________, 192___

The name of the above-described pensioner who
was last paid at the rate of $72 per month
to Aug 4, 1927, has this day
been dropped from the roll because of death
August 5, 1927

A. J. Randall
Chief, Finance Division

AFFIDAVIT SUPPORTING BURIAL CLAIM
(To be executed by next of kin, or other near relative or friend of deceased)

  1. Full name of deceased: Dennis C. Quigley
  2. Rank and organization: Private, Iowa Infantry Veteran Volunteer
  3. Date of enlistment: 17th Jan 1865
  4. date of discharge: 20th Jan 1866
  5. Age of deceased: (84-5 months)
  6. Legal residence at time of death: Kenmare Ward Co., N. Dak.
  7. Date and place of death: Aug 4, 1927, Kenmare N.D.
  8. Name and address of undertaker: Oscar Olson Kenmare, N.Dak.
  9. Date and place of burial: Coulee, N. Dak, Aug 6, 1927.

  1. Your relationship to deceased: Daughter
  2. All cash money left by deceased including amounts due and collectible from solvent debtors at date of death: $15.00
  3. Nature and value of all other personal property left by deceased: Household goods, $40.00
  4. All real property owned by deceased at date of death: 2 lots. City of Kenmare, N.D. $200.00
  5. Assessed value thereof: $147.00
  6. Total incumbrances thereon: none
  7. If property owned consists of house and lot, state whether or not it is claimed as a homestead: Yes

  1. Was the deceased entitled to life insurance or death benefits or any allowance by reason of membership in any society or association or other beneficial organization? No.
  2. If so, state name of organization: No. Amount: No
  3. Are above amounts payable to a designated beneficiary or to deceased's estate? No
  4. If payable to a designated beneficiary, state name and beneficiary: (blank)
  5. Were the expenses of funeral, burial, or transportation of the deceased entirely or in part paid by a State or other political subdivision or military home? No. If so, what amount was allowed? (blank) By whom: (blank)

State of North Dakota
County of Ward

I, Ida May Hodgson, of Kenmare, N. Dak. on oath depose and say that the above facts are true to the best of my knowledge and belief.

signed: Ida May Hodgson

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day of Aug, 1927

C. A. Thompson
N. Dak Ward County, Notary Public
My commission Expires March 15, 1929

Note--Each question on this form must be fully answered. This form need not be used in the presentation of claim for reimbursement of burial expenses if the deceased died while in service prior to June 7, 1924, or while receiving compensation, vocational training, or authorized medical, surgical, or hospital treatment.

In answering questions under Section 3 above, state only the property of deceased veteran. No application will be accepted without seal of Notary Public. If the Notary Public is not provided with a seal, attach certificate from the Clerk of the Court under Seal of the Court stating that the person signing as notary is the officer he professes to be.

Signature made by mark must be witnessed by two persons to whom the person making the affidavit is personally known and the addresses of such witnesses shown.