Londan, Timothy J. – May 24, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection


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Regiment: 1st Michigan Cavalry Battles Mentioned: Historical Figures: (FORM No. 5.) The United States, To Timothy J. Londan (Bugler) discharged from H Company 1st Regiment of Michigan Cavalry             Dr.

Dollars                         Cents

For pay from    of    , 18  , to    of   ,   18   , being    months   days, at   dollars per month…………………… For retained pay due……………….. For pay for traveling from Baltimore Md, the place of my discharge, to Detroit Mich, the place of my residence, 680 miles, at twenty miles per day, equal to Thirty four days, at 13 dollars per month……………………

14                                      00

For subsistence for traveling as above, 34 days, at 50 cents per ration or day…………………………..

17                                     00

For clothing not drawn……………. Amount…………. Deduct for Army Asylum………$ Deduct for clothing withdrawn…. Balance due..

31                                       30

Received of Major N.S. Bruiton, Paymaster U.S. Army, this 24 day of May, 1862,  Thirty one dollars and Thirty cents, in full of the above account. Pay…………….14 30                             (SIGNED IN DUPLICATE). Subsistence…17 00 Clothing…….. Dollars  31 30                                           Timothy J. Londan Voucher No. 5. Paid May 24 1862 Timothy J. Londan Co. (H) 1st Mich Cavly From        of           18  , To             of           18  , Pay……………..$14.30 Subsistence…. 14.00 Clothing……… $31.30