|THE FAY FAMILY PAGE
|DANIEL MERRITT FAY|
|CIVIL WAR PENSION FILE|
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|Special Examiner's Index, Deposition D|
|Note: This is a two page formality in question and answer format. Below is a summary of these pages. They are dated September 9, 1904, and signed by Hattie L. Fay, Claimant, and N. E. Ives, Special Examiner.|
Q. If it should become necessary to further examine your claim...do you desire to be present...?|
A. No, I waive notice
Q. Should you change your mind and desire to be present...will you at once address a letter....
Q. State the names of the person or persons instrumental in the prosecution of your claim for pension, and their post-office addresses.
A. Casper Gallaway. Monmouth, Ill.
Q. State what contract or contracts you have made with such person...
A. I made no contract or agreement with him as to fees. Nothing was said--except that when he had prepared some of my pension papers, I asked him his fee; he answered --"nothing."
Q. State the amount of fees paid...
A. I have paid no fees to any one.
Q. Please give me the names of all witnesses that you desire examined elsewhere...
Q. Have you any complaint to make as to the conduct, manner, or fairness of the examnation of your claim?...
Q. Do you desire to introduce any more testimony before me?