John Daub Pension Matter Section 1

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John Daub Pension Matter
Section 1 - TEE D AUB PEirSIOIT MATTES. T.rrrrm Nsrws: Will...
TEE D AUB PEirSIOIT MATTES. T.rrrrm Nsrws: Will vou please nnb- i liah the followimr result of the investi- J gation of the Daub pension matter. The ?0iiOwins facts. MrsVDaub savs are true. and the O. A. R. committee make a re- nort in accordanne. F. M. THOMfSOJt. The facts are these: John Daub, late Deceased, of ilicksville. had made application for an original pension, several years prior to his death, and bis claim was twice rejected, before his death. Some time prior to his death, he wrote a letter to the rension uepartment, say-inc in effect, that he could not furnish any further1 evidence, and that if what ne oaa sent wouia not get mm a-pension, inennewouia nave to rail, xneciaim was then rejected bv Pension Commis sioner Dudley. John Daub died in De cember. 1883. leavinz Harriet Daub bis widow, with two minor children for her to support, ana leaving oniy .a oome-stead and a few debts. She tried to have the claim revived, and Bhe conld not find any one to advance funds and take their cnances on getting tne ciaim tnrougn. Without funds, she could not send to Sandusky. Huron, Seneca. Lucas, and other counties, and places, and obtain the evidence requiredjf it could be bad. Arter me death or John Uhud, about two and one-half years;' she .came tof. AL Thompson, and asked him to try and pet her a pension. Mr. Thompson consider ed ner claim, ana said he oeiieved tne claim was an honest one, and that she ought to have a pension. He told her that he would f nniisb. the money for her, and pay out the money necessary to ob tain a pension, u it could Devnad at 'kit, and that be would try to get her the pen- num. Mrs. Danb told luin if Jje. typuldJ help her, she won Id pay him for nil the money paid out, and would pay him well for his trouble.- Mr. Thompson told ber that he would uot take anything for fees, but if she and her friehds could rainy do him any iavors, m the future, in anything else, then he might be benefited for the good he might do for her and for the time lost by his firm. The claim was a desperate one. and could not nave reen made wituout tne strictest and most careful attention. Mr, Thompson of of

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  1. The Hicksville News,
  2. 28 Oct 1886, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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