I received the civil war file for the service of George L. Sloat. The various documents are signed by friends,relatives and Delhi Officials such as attorneys and notaries. - Linda M. Smith, October 9, 2001
January 23, 1880 George Sloat attests to his Civil War service to Deputy Clerk George T. Warner, witnesses were George H. Goodrich and Richard H. Barner both of Delhi, NY.
January 27, 1900 Declaration for invalid Pension,filed by J. I. Goodrich February 9, 1900 a resident of Delhi, NY (appears to be an attorney)
Signed by Notary Public Henry Davie. Witnesses were Daniel W. Shaw and John S. Glendening both of Delhi, NY.
February 18, 1907 Placement on pension roll. Notary Public J. I. Goodrich
Witnessed and attested to by friends William C. Shackleton and Howard J. Goodrich both having known George for 30 years.
July 7, 1909 - Declaration of Pension
Signed July 6, 1909 witnessed and attested by John I. Shaw an acquaintence for 50 years and Alexander Stewart an acquaintence for 9 years.
May 9, 1911 Declaration of Widows Pension
Notary Public James R. Honeywell
Filed by J. I. Goodrich
witnessed and attested by
Mary E. Lane (acquaintence for 40 years) believe this is her daughter Sadie Barber (acquaintence for 10 years)
Affidavit by Elizabeth Wilson Sloat attesting to her marriage to George Sloat by Reverand Mr. Larcon or Larcum? of Andes, NY Minister of the Gospel.
James R. Honeywell age 68 and resident of Delhi, NY attesting to being an acquaintence with Elizabeth since she was a young child.
Willard F. Mason Undertaker attesting that he did in fact bury George Sloat. Notary Public Hamilton J. Hewitt
Pension Increase October 13, 1916
James K. Redfield or Renfield
Orriville W. Sloat