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Mary Ann Bishop Willoughby

  • Birth 11 Sep 1835
  • Death unknown
  • Burial Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, USA
  • Memorial ID 40837124

Mary Ann Willoughby died between 1893 and 1900.
Transcript of a copy of the only Confederate Pension Papers located at the Anniston Library, Anniston, Alabama:


Military Records Division
Veteran's Name Willoughby, J. T.
Pensioner Willoughby, Mary
County Chambers
Military Record Pvt., Co. D, 14th Reg't

(Cover of Document)

Copy 834
The State of Alabama
Chambers County,
Application for Relief
Mrs. Mary Willoughby

Under act approved February 13, 1891. For the relief of needy Confederate Soldiers and Sailors, residents of Alabama, who from wounds or other cause, are now unable to earn a livelihood, and for the Widows of such as were killed or died in said war, and not since remarried.

(Handwritten note) J. T. Willoughby
Co. D. 14th Ala. Vols.
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For Relief of Widows of Confederate Soldiers or Sailors, under Act approved
February 13, 1891.

The State of Alabama,
County of Chambers

Personally appeared before me, Lloyd Robertson, Judge of Probate in and for said County, Mrs. Mary Willoughby, who, being duly sworn, upon oath, says that her husband, J. T. Willoughby, was a private in company "D" of 14th Regiment
of Ala. Volunteers; that he came to his death from wounds received or disease contracted in the service of the Confederate States, and that his death occurred during the late war or within five years thereafter; that she has not since remarried; that she was a resident of Alabama on the 13th day of February, 1891, and is a resident at the date of this application; and that her taxable property does not exceed four hundred dollars in value.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30 day of May 1893.

Mary (her X mark) Willoughby
Lloyd Robertson
Judge of Probate of Chambers County.

The State of Alabama
County of Chambers

I hereby certify that satisfactory proof has been made before me of the truth of the allegations set forth in the above affidavit, and that I believe Mrs. Mary Willoughby is entitled to relief under the Act approved February 13th,
1891, and that the duplicate of the foregoing application and affidavit is on file in my office.

Given under my hand this the 30 day of May 1893.

Lloyd Robertson
Judge of Probate of Chambers County.

Notes: James Thomas Willoughby, Sr., died 6 September 1862 from disease contracted while serving as a private in Company "D" of the 14th Inf. Regiment of the Alabama Volunteers.

Family Members



Buried in an unmarked grave next to her son James Thomas Willoughby.





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  • Added: 18 Aug 2009
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