Mabie/Maybee/Mabee in the 1890 Veterans Schedule - US Federal Census

Census Date: 2 June 1890

Transcriptions and Additional Research by John MayBee

Numbers in Parentheses are Maybee Society ID Numbers

Last Revision Date: 01/30/2018
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On 2 June 1890, the Bureau of the Census began taking the 11th decennial census of the United States. It determined the residential population of the United States to be 62,979,766 an increase of 25.5 percent over the 50,189,209 persons enumerated during the 1880 U S Census. The data was tabulated by machine for the first time.

All responses were to reflect the individual's status as of 2 June 1890, even if the status had changed between 2 June and the day of enumeration (i.e. children born after 2 June should not be listed, and people who died after 2 June should be included in the count). It is not known if every census taker adhered to this policy.

Unfortunately, most of the 1890 General Population Census records were destroyed in a fire in the basement of the Commerce Building in Washington DC in 1921. Fragments of the U S Population Schedule exist only for the states of Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Dakota, and Texas, and the District of Columbia.

The U S Pension Office requested a special enumeration during the 1890 Census to help Union veterans locate comrades to testify in pension claims and to determine the number of survivors and widows for pension legislation.

The extant Veteran Schedules are available for part of Kentucky through Wyoming, Lincoln Post #3 in Washington, DC, and selected US vessels and navy yards. Additional background information about the 1890 Veterans Schedule is available here:
Explanation about the 1890 Veterans Schedule

Note: If the person is in the Maybee Society database, the database identification number appears in parentheses next to the census data.

The following columns describe the data as transcribed from the 1890 Veterans Schedule and compiled here:

1890 Veterans Census Key:
Column 1: Name of veteran; Name of widow, if applicable.
Column 2: Rank of veteran
Column 3: Company, Regiment, or Vessel
Column 4: Date of Enlistment
Column 5: Date of Discharge
Column 6: Length of Service
Column 8: Post Office Address
Column 7: Any disability incurred in the service
Column 8: General remarks

Comments of the Enumerator are made in black. Comments of the transcriber are made in red.
If the person is in the Maybee Society database, the database identification number appears in parentheses next to the census data.

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MICHIGAN

Monson W Maybee           (6487)
Served as a Private in K Company, 60th Ohio Infantry from 23 March 1862 to 10 November 1862
then was a Private in G Company, 13th West Virginia Infantry from 22 December 1863 to 22 June 1865
Post Office: East Gilead - Gilead, Branch, Michigan

William O Mabie           (8073)
Served as a Private in E Company, 27th Michigan Infantry from 4 January 1864 to 28 March 1865
Post Office: Farwell, Clare, Michigan

George W Mabee           (15589)
Served as a Private in I Company, 74th Indiana Infantry from 10 September 1861 to 6 October 1862
He was wounded at Shiloh and is crippled - only one leg usable.
Post Office: Litchfield, Hillsdale, Michigan

John R Mabee           (15832)
Served as a Private in B Company, 28th New York Infantry from 22 May 1861 to 2 June 1863
He suffered a gun shot wound in hand
Post Office: Blackman, Jackson, Michigan

Edwin Mabie           (673)
Served as a Private in K Company, 4th Michigan Calvary from 28 October 1863 to 20 August 1865
Post Office: Cedar Springs - Solon, Kent, Michigan

Cordelia J Mabee widow of Martin J Dryer
Dryer served as a Private in H Company, 4th Michigan Infantry from 27 September 1864 to 23 December 1864
He died in service
Post Office: Armada - New Haven, Macomb, Michigan

George Mabee
Served as a Private in B Company, 30th Michigan Infantry from 30 November 1864 to 30 June 1865
Post Office: Armada - Richmond, Macomb, Michigan

George E Mabee
Served as a Private in B Company, 12th Indiana Calvary from December 1863 to 19 July 1865
Post Office: Bear Lake, Manistee, Michigan

Ruben H Maybee           (22226)
Served as a Private in D Company, 16th US Infantry from 14 November 1861 to 29 February 1864
Post Office: Sheridan - Evergreen, Montcalm, Michigan

John F Mabie           (667)
Served as a Private [Enumerator failed to get record of regiment and dates of enlistment and discharge]
Post Office: Nunica - Crockery, Ottawa, Michigan

MINNESOTA

Benjamin F Mabie           (17265)
Served as a Corporal in B Company, 1st Minnesota Artillery from 17 September 1864 to 10 June 1865
Post Office: Elk River, Sherburne, Minnesota

Joseph E Mabey           (15179)
Served as a Private in E Company, 11th Minnesota Infantry from 23 August 1864 to 26 June 1865
Post Office: Lake City, Wabasha, Minnesota

MISSOURI

Elisabeth Maybee was a widow           (7313)
[Enumerator did not record first name of husband or any information about his service]
Post Office: Dana - West Point, Bates, Missouri

Simon Mabee           (16007)
Served in the 1st Illinois
Post Office: Marion, Dade, Missouri

Levi H Mabie           (16031)
Served as a Corporal in A Company, 13th Iowa Infantry from 11 October 1861 to 31 December 1863
Also served from 1 Jan 1864 to 21 July 1865
He suffered a flesh wound in his left arm and was also shot through his right knee
Post Office: Labell - Reddish, Lewis, Missouri

MONTANA

Milo Maybee           (4541)
Served as a Private in the Wisconsin Cavalry, no service dates given
Post Office: Livingston, Park, Montana

NEBRASKA

Alexander P Mabee
Served as a Private in Company I, 51st Missouri Infantry from 15 May 1865 to 15 August 1865
Post Office: Mason City - Algernon, Custer, Nebraska

George E Mabie
Served as a Private in G Company, 7th Michigan Infantry from June 1861 to September 1865
Post Office: Arapahoe - Muddy, Frontier, Nebraska

NEW JERSEY

Frederick B Mabie           (16067)
Served as a Private in B Company, 22nd New JerseyInfantry from 1 September 1862 to 25 June 1863
Post Office: Ridgewood, Bergen, New Jersey

Daniel Mabey           (3382)
Served as a Private in H Company, 7th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry from 24 August 1864 to 4 June 1865
Bronchial affliction; reinlisted 1 January 1865
Post Office: Butler - Pequannock, Morris, New Jersey

James Mabey alias James Sisco
Served as a Private [No unit given]
Wounded of shell, disability discharge
Post Office: Pequannock, Morris Co, New Jersey
There was a James Sisco who served in the 8th New Jersey
James Sisco was born February 1842 in New Jersey according to the 1900 census
He was dead in 1911 when his widow Mary Ann modified his pension request

Mose D N Mabie           (4528)
Served as a Private in F Company, 10th New York from August 1864 to June 1865
Post Office: Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey

Annis Mabee was the widow of Abraham Mabee           (15578)
He had served as a Private in C Company, 24th New York Light Infantry
Post Office: Echo Lake - West Milford, Passaic, New Jersey

NEW YORK

Simon Maybee           (28935)
Served as a Private in D Company, 7th Vet Res Corps from 28 August 1862 to 24 February 1865
Mailing Address: 62 Watervliet Avenue - Albany, Albany, New York

Anna A Maybee was the widow of George D Maybee           (15634)
He had served as a Private [No unit given]
Post Office: Scio, Allegany, New York

Abram Mabee           (15792)
Served as a Sergeant in A Company, 20th N S C (New York) Infantry serving from 22 February 1864 to 10 March 1865
Ankle dislocated and ruptured
Post Office: Ellicottville, Cattaraugus, New York

Byron W Mabey           (17556)
Served as a Private in K Company, 19th New York Infantry from 25 May 1861 to 6 June 1863
Then he reenlisted as a Private in I Company, 8th New York Calvary from 14 March 1865 to 9 May 1865
Post Office: Fleming, Cayuga, New York

Edward Mabey
Served as a Private in C Company, 121st New York Infantry from 27 August 1862 to 6 July 1865
He was exchanged from the 132nd to the 121st Regiment
Suffers from chronic diarrhea
Post Office: Johnstown, Fulton, New York

Jeremiah Mabey
Served as a Private in K Company, 91st New York Infantry from 23 February 1865 to 31 May 1865
Honorably discharged by general order
Post Office: Gloversville, Fulton, New York

Angeline Mabie was the widow of Jasper Mabie           (23076)
He had served as a Private in D Company, 152nd New York Infantry from 27 August 1862 to 1865
Post Office: Deck - Stark, Herkimer, New York

Jacob S Maybee           (15561)
Served as a Private in Company M, 2nd New York Cavalry from 18 August 1862 - 25 April 1866, 3 years, 9 months, 7 days
No wounds
Mailing Address: 249 Dean, Brooklyn, Kings, New York

Nathan Mabie           (16784)
Served as a Private in K Company, 23rd Connecticut from 15 August 1862 to 1 October 1863
He suffers from chronic heart failure
Mailing Address: 2135 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York, New York

Henry Mabie           (1589)
Served as a Private in E Company, 27th Connecticut from 22 October 1862 to 25 July 1863
Mailing Address: 44 Charles Street, New York City, New York, New York

John Mabie
Served as a Private in J Company, 7th New Jersey Infantry from September 1860 to June 1861
Papers not found
Mailing Address: 400 W 19th Street, New York City, New York, New York

Aaron Mabie           (5936)
Served as a Private in D Company, 157th New York Volunteers from 21 August 1862 to 10 July 1865
Contracted Rheumatism
Post Office: Syracuse, Onondaga, New York

James Mabee (enlisted name) also known as Elliott Winecott
Served as a Private in Company R, 7th Indiana Infantry from 18 March 1862 to 17 September 1864
Injured by shell burst [something illegible] 8 July 1863; [something illegible] on 8 June 1862.
Mailing Address: 127 Any Street, Syracuse, Onondaga, New York

Jermah D Mabie           (22390)
He was listed with no other information about his service
Post Office: SD 4, ED 4, Newburgh, Orange, New York

Charles A Mabie           (16457)
Served as a Private in B Company, 144th New York Infantry from 26 August 1864 to 13 July 1865
Discharged by reason of close of war
Post Office: Holley - Murray, Orleans, New York

David A Mabie           (13150)
Served as a Private in A Company, 152nd New York Volunteers from 9 September 1862 to 13 July 1865
Post Office: South Valley - Roseboom, Otsego, New York

Wm W Mabie
Served as a Private in the 13th New York Independent Battery from 11 October 1861 to 25 July 1865
Suffers with slight deafness
Post Office: Carmel, Putnam, New York

Thomas G Mabee           (17977)
Served as a Sergeant Major in D Company, 124th New York Volunteers from 7 August 1862 to 2 June 1865
Suffers from rheumatism
Post Office: Suffern - Ramapo, Rockland, New York

Benjiman R Mabey           (1700)
Served as a Private in G Company, 3rd New Jersey Infantry from 29 May 1861 to 24 May 1864
He was wounded in his foot and discharged for disability
Post Office: Ballston Spa - Milton, Saratoga, New York

William F Maybie           (22412)
Served as a Private in F Company, 56th New York Volunteers from 13 October 1861 to 17 October 1865
Was in hospital with fever
Post Office: Gilboa, Schoharie, New York

Orrin Maybe           (20687)
Served as a Corporal in K Company, 2nd New York Infantry from 26 January 1865 to 29 September 1865
Post Office: West Fulton, Schoharie, New York

Isaac F Mabie           (22413)
Served as a Private in E Company, 143rd New York Volunteers from 19 August 1862 to 28 June 1865
Suffers from heart disease; discharged at close of war
Post Office: Manorkill - Conesville, Schoharie, New York

Foster W Maybee           (10559)
Served as a Private in H Company, 7th New York Militia from 19 April 1861 to September 1863
Post Office: Owego, Tioga, New York

Daniel D Mabee           (21603)
Served as a Private in H Company, 137th New York Volunteers from 21 August 1862 to 10 July 1865
Suffers from chronic diarrhea
Post Office: Spencer, Tioga, New York

Franklin H Mabee           (11708)
Served as a Private in D Company, 137th New York Volunteers from 18 August 1862 to 9 June 1865
Suffers from rheumatism; eye impaired
Post Office: Halsey Valley - Spencer, Tioga, New York

Martin V Mabee           (11710)
Served as a Private in D Company, 137th New York Infantry from 12 July 1862 to 19 June 1865
Post Office: Ithaca, Tompkins, New York

Moses Mabee           (11711)
Served as a Private in D Company, 137th New York Volunteers from 16 August 1862 to 9 June 1865
Discharged by general orders 77 & 94
Post Office: Ithaca, Tompkins, New York

Nathaniel T Mabee           (11712)
Served as a Private in E Company, 179th New York Volunteers from 22 August 1864 to 8 June 1865
Suffers from chronic diarrhea
Post Office: Ithaca - Danby, Tompkins, New York

Samuel F Mabey           (22816)
Served as a Private in D Company, 137th New York Volunteers from July 1862 to 12 February 1863
Suffers from chronic diarrhea
Post Office: Enfield Falls, Tompkins, New York

OHIO

Alfonza Mabee           (15738)
Served as a Private in H Company, 3rd Ohio Cavalry, from 22 August 1862 to 10 January 1863
Suffers from chronic diarrhea and pals; He also suffers partial paralysis of his right arm
Post Office: Mansfield - Springfield, Richland, Ohio

VIRGINIA

Langford C Mabie           (22403)
Served as a Lieutenant in Company A, 17th New York Regiment from 25 September 1861 through 1 May 1865, 3 years, 8 months, and 6 days
Mailing Address: 430 S Pine St, Richmond, Henrico, Virginia

WISCONSIN

George W Mabie           (17843)
Served as a Private in H Company, 31st Wisconsin Infantry from November 1862 to July 1864
Post Office: Thorp, Clark, Wisconsin

Able F Mabie           (15105)
Served as a Private in D Company, 13th US Infantry from 31 May 1862 to 31 May 1865
Suffers from general debility
Post Office: Fond Du Lac, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin

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Transcribed by John MayBee
Last Revision Date: 01/30/2018

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