Franklin, Hubbard – August 29, 1865

Michigan Civil War Collection


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Regiment: 1st Michigan Light Artillery Battles Mentioned: Historical Figures: (Form No. 5.) The United States, To Hubbard Franklin prvt, discharge from H Company, 1s Regiment of Mich Light Artillery Dr. Dollars.Cents. For pay from 12 of Sept, 1864, to 20 of July, 1865, being 10 months 9 days, at 16 dollars per month……………………………………                    164                                   80 For retained pay due………………. For pay from traveling from Detroit Mich, the place of my discharge, to Pontiac Mich, the place of my residence, 26 miles at twenty miles per day, equal to days, at dollars per month……..                      1                                        03 Bounty due                                                          33                                     33 For subsistence for traveling as above, days, at cents per ration or day………………………….. For subsistence for traveling as above, days, at cents per ration or day………………………….                      28                                     86 For clothing drawn………………… Amount………………………                       228                                  02 Deduct for Army Asylum…….$ Deduct for clothing withdrawn… Stop for Transportation                        24                                     06 Balance………………………………….                     203                                   96 Received of R H Whiting, Paymaster U.S. Army, this 29 day of Aug, 1865 Two Hundred + Three dollars and Ninety six cents, in full of the above account. Pay………………. Subsistence……            (signed in duplicate.) Clothing……….. Dollars                                                             Hubbard Franklin Voucher No. 1593 Paid 29 August, 1865, Pvt. Hubbard Franklin Co. H. 1st Mich. Lt. Arty From 12 of Sept, 1864, To 20 of July, 1865. Pay……………….$ Subsistence…… Clothing……….. $203.96