Franklin, Hubbard – July 21, 1865

Michigan Civil War Collection

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Regiment: 1st Michigan Light Artillery

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Note.-Two of these certificates (or duplicates) are to be given to each volunteer soldier who may be discharged previously to the discharge of his company, that he may at once receive from the Paymaster the pay, &c., due him, and the Captain or other officer commanding the company, will certify to the act of the delivery of the duplicate certificates; on these certificates the soldier is “entitled to” his DISCHARGE, and should also present his discharge to the Paymaster to have the payment endorsed on it. The discharge is to be given back to the soldier, by the Paymaster, the latter only retaining as his voucher the duplicate certificates.
Note.-When Descriptive Roll has been given to a soldier, no FINAL CERTIFICATES should be given until he returns his Descriptive Roll.

I certify, on honor, that Hubbard Franklin a private
of Captain                    Company (H) of the First Regiment of
Lt Artillery Counteers, of the State of Michigan born in Oakland
State of Michigan aged 19 years; 5 feet 8 inches high, fair com-
plexion blue eyes brown hair, and by occupation a farmer was enrolled
or enlisted at Pontiac State of                          by McConnell
on the Twelfth day of September 1864, and mustered in service by
McConnell at Pontiac State of Mich
on the Twelfth day of September 1864, to serve in the regiment for the
term of one year; and having served honestly and faithfully with his Company in
to the present date, is now entitled to a discharge by reason of *
[*State particularly the cause of discharge; if for disability, whether the disability existed prior to the date of muster, or was contracted after it.]
Chronic Rheumation producing contraction of the
right Sterne cleido mastoid muscle. He has done no
duty for three months and isunfit for duty in the
Veteran Reserve Corps
The said Hubbard Franklin has not been paid was last paid by Paymaster
since enrollment to include the Twelfth day of September 1864,
and has pay due him from that time to the present date, discharge and he is entitled to pay and
subsistence for traveling to place of enrollment, and whatever other allowances are
authorized to volunteer soldiers, or militia, so discharged.
He has received Thirty three and one third Dollars, advanced bounty.
He is entitled to no more Dollars bounty.
He has received Clothing from the United States, not paid for, amounting to
Thirty one and 38/100 Dollars.
He is indebted for other stoppages than above Transportation furnished
Twenty-four and 06/100 dollars.

He is indebted to                     Sutler,                          /100 Dollars.
Given in duplicate, at St. Louis, Mo., this Twenty first day of July 1865,
Ben M Patt
Ass’t Adj’t Gen., Hd. Qrs. Dep’t of the Mo.