At the time of this filing, she was living at 1201 East Chelton Avenue in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This address is different than the one she shared with my third great-grandfather. I believe she went to live with one of her daughters after the death of her husband.
My third great-grandfather qualified for a Civil War Pension because he served in the Union Army for a short time at the end of the war. He enlisted, at age 33, as a private in Company I of the 215 Regiment of the Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry on April 8, 1865 and was honorably discharged on July 31, 1865.
He first applied for his pension on September 2, 1890. At the time of his death in 1904, he was receiving $12 a month. My third great-grandmother had to file papers to continue getting the pension as his widow.
My third great-grandparents were married on December 31, 1854, the only marriage for both, and had been married for over 51 years at the time of my third great-grandfather's death.
The recognized attorney on this form is a W.V. Sickel, the same attorney that represented my third great-grandfather in many of his Civil War Pension legal filings.