Taylor, Smith – August 29, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection


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Regiment: 1st Michigan Light Artillery Battles Mentioned: Historical Figures: Form No. 5. The United States, To Private Smith Taylor discharged Lamphus Battery From                Company                     Regiment of State of Michigan           Dr.
Dollars. Cents.
For Pay from 1 of May, 1864, to 27 of August, 1862 being 3 months 25 days, at 13 dollars per month……………………………. For Retained Pay due……………. 49 83
For pay for traveling from Louisville KY the place of my discharge, to Cold Water Michigan, the place of my residence 378 miles, at twenty miles per ay, equal to eighteen days, at 13 dollars per month…. 7 80
For subsistence for traveling as above, 18 days at 50 cents per ration or day………………………… For clothing allowance………….. Amount………. 9 33 100 00 48 11
Deduct for Army Asylum knapsack Haversack Canteen $3.53 Deduct for clothing withdrawn….28.45 31 98
Balance……………………………… 68 13
Received of Major N.S. Brinton, Paymaster U.S. Army, this 29th day of August, 1862 Sixty eight dollars and thirteen cents, in full of the above account. Pay……………..                                     (Signed in Duplicate.) Subsistence…. Clothing……… Dollars                                     Smith Taylor Voucher No. 27 Paid August 29th 1862 Smith Taylor Private Lamphus Battery Mich Vols From 1 of May 1862 to 27 of August 1862 Pay……………..$ Subsistence…. Clothing……… $68.13