Lamphere, Alvan T. – September 9, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection

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Regiment: 1st Michigan Light Artillery

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No. 3
The United States                    to 1st Lieut A. T. Lamphere     Lamphere [  ?  ]

On what account. Commencement and Expiration. Term of Service Charge Pay per Month Amount Remarks
Pay From… To… Months. Days. Dollars. Cents. Dollars. Cents.
For Myself From the 1st May 1862 To June 5th 1862 4 53 33 60 44
For  1 private servant not soldier 4 13 00 14 73
For  1 private servant not soldier 4 2 50 2 86
For 2 Horses 4 16 00 18 12
No. of days No. of Rations Total No. of Rations Post or place  where due. Price of Rations.
For myself for    year service 35 5 175 Cumberland
30 52 50
For  1 private servant not soldier 148 62


I HEREBY CERTIFY, that the foregoing account is accurate and just; that I have not been absent with or without leave during any part of the time charged for; that I have not received pay, nor drawn rations, forage, or clothing, in kind, or received money in lieu
of any part thereof, for any part of the therein charged; that I actually owned, and kept in service, the horses, and employed the private servants for which I charge, for the whole of the time charged, and that I did not, during the terms so charged, or any part hereof, keep of employ a soldier as a waiter or servant; that the annexed is an accurate description of my servant; that for the whole period charged for my staff appointment, I actually and legally held the appointment, and did duty in the department; that I was the actual and only commanding officer at the double-ration post charge for; and that no officer, within my knowledge has a right to claim, or does claim, for said services for any of the period charged; that for the whole time brevet pay is claimed, I had the command stated; that I was actually in the command of a company for the whole time additional pay is charged; that I have not been in the performance of any staff duty for which I claim or have received extra compensation during the time an additional ration is charged for; that I have been in the United States Army as a commissioned officer for the number of years stated in the charge for extra rations; that I am not in arrears with the United States on any account whatsoever, and that the last payment I received was
from Paymaster   Maj. Baber     , and to the  30   day of     April  1862   I at
the same time acknowledge that I have RECEIVED of   Maj. Brightone                     Paymaster U.S. Army, this  9
day of   September  1862    , the sum of      One Hundren + Forty Eight         dollars and      Sixty two      cents, being the amount and in full of said account.(SIGNED IN DUPLICATE.)              Alvin T. Lamphere
1st Lieut Lauphus Battery
Michigan Artillery
Description of Servants. Recapitulation.
Names. Complexion. Height.
Feet.    |  Inches.
Eyes. Hair Pay……………..75  17
Subsistence…….52  50
Forage………….18  12
Clothing…………2  83
Amount………..$148  62
H. F. Sauders Light 6 Grey Light

State of Kentucky
County of Jefferson

A.T. Lamphere being duly sworn on his oath, states the he is the party
to whom the within amount is due; that said account is accurate and just, and the whole amount thereof due him
for services actually rendered as therein stated; that he is not indebted to the United States on any account what-
soever; that he resides in Coldwater               State of Michigan        that he
Certificate attached to the within account and signed by him is true in every particular. My resignation
was duly accepted to take effect June 5 1862
Alvin T Lamphere
Subscribed in duplicate and sworn to before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public, in and for said county and
State, duly commissioned this Ninth day of September Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-
In testimony whereof, I hereto attach my hand and affix my seal, the day and year aforesaid.
Chas Freedly
Notary Public

Voucher No. 213
Paid the 9 of September 1862
A.T. Lamphere
Lamphere U.S. Baty
From the 1 of May 1862
To the 5 of June 1862