Santa Cruz County History - People



Old Soldiers: Santa Cruz County Civil War Veterans
by Robert L. Nelson

PANSY, NICHOLAS (1830-1907)

Sawtelle Soldiers Home Records

Headstone of Nicholas Pansy
Nicholas Pansy
LA National Cemetery

NAME: Nicholas Pansy
REGISTER #: 3300

Military History

RANK/CO/UNIT: Seaman, USN, USS Paul Jones
ENLISTMENT: 1864/06/30 New Bedford MA
DISCHARGED: 1867/03/25 New York, NY Expiration of Service
RE-ENLISTMENT:
RANK/CO/UNIT:
DISCHARGED:
DISABILITY: Rheumatism

Domestic History

BORN: 1830? Italy
AGE: 63
HT/CMP/EYE/HR: 5'6"/Dk/illiterate
RELIGION: Catholic
OCCUPATION: Fisherman
RESIDENCE: Santa Cruz
MARRIED SINGLE: Single
NEXT OF KIN: Miss Teresa Panzi (niece) Rimine, Rome Italy

Home History

PENSION AMOUNT: $15
ADMISSION: 1896/07/30
DISCHARGED:
DATE OF DEATH: 1907/08/30
CAUSE OF DEATH: Cerebral Hemorrhage

General Remarks

PENSION CERT: #18,553
EFFECTS: Personal $4
HOW DISPOSED OF: Turned over to Treasurer
BURIAL INFO: Not recorded

Records of Members of the Grand Army of the Republic, William H. Ward

NICHOLAS PANSY was born in Italy May 27, 1835; has been a seaman and cook. In June, 1865, shipped in the US Navy at New Bedford Mass., and served as a seaman; was on the blockade at Mobile; was honorably discharged May 25, 1867, in New York. Comrade Pansy is a member of WHL Wallace Post GAR of Santa Cruz Cal where he resides.


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