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Subject: WAR OF 1812 -WIDOWS CLAIM
Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2000 15:11:08 EST
WAR OF 1812 CLAIM OF WIDOW FOR PENSION UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 4736
TO 4746 AND ACT OF MARCH 9, 1878
State of Tennessee- county of Dekalb
On this 6 day of june 1878, appeared before me E.J. Evans court of record,
one: EADY GULLETT aged 75 years a resident of BUFFALO VALLEY, TENNESSEE,
declares she is a widow of REESE GULLET, deceased, who was the identical,
Reese Gullet who served under the name of Reese Gullett as a private in the
company commanded by Captain Martin in the Regiment of (can not state)
commanded by (can not state) that her husband, enlisted at (cannot state)
about (can not state) for 5 years.
Can not state the particulars as I did not know him until after the war. She
states that she or her husband has ever married but that one time.
She states that she was married to the said Reese Gullet in a valley called
grassey one(?) in the county of Bledsoe, tennessee on the 5 day of August
1832 by one John Grier who was a justice of the peace. The name before the
said marriage was: EADY MORGAN and that she has not remarried since death of
said soldier and she further states that she nor husband was ever married but
the one time and that her husband Reese Gullet died at home in the state of
Tennessee on 26 day of November 1892.
They lived: as above stated we were married in Bledsoe Co and then went to
OVerton co. Tennessee and lived there twenty years then to Putnam co. where
my husband died. Her declaration for pension section 4736-4740. Lawyers
TUCKER AND BISHOP of Washington DC
she has made no application for bounty land, but states her husband received
one land warrant can not give number nor act issued under. Her residence is
BUFFALO VALLEY in county of PUTNAM , State of Tennessee.
signed: EADY GULLET -- her mark X
attested: William T. Gullet
louisa (lassa) Marsh -- HER MARK X
note: the daughter in law of eady morgan gullet was nancy marsh who was
married to william thomas gullet at that time.
submitted in purpose of genealogy: judy hugg grimes