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DOC5
-X36
Civil War Period Volunteer Veterans Request for Leave Headed "Troy Barracks N.Y. July 24th 1865 Maj. Laylof Comdg. Detachment." Request for leave of absence for 15 days for the purpose of attending to Business in Buffalo, NY. States he has no furlough since enlistment. Signed Sergt. O. H. Loury Co. E 2nd Regt. U.S. Vet. Vols. With note of recommendation from Jas. Smith 2nd Lieut.. Comdg. Co. E 2nd U.S.V.V. $ 25.00
SALE $20.00
DOC5
-X37
List of CC & G Equipage Transfer Dated August 8, 1865, it lists equipage transferred to Co. E. U.S.V.V. at VRG Barracks Albany. Signed by Charles B Bowers Lieut. 11th VRC & AA Quartermaster. $ 25.00
SALE $20.00
DOC5
-X38
Directive Concerning Requirements Upon Discharge U.S. Vet. Vols. Directing that all papers and books be in order at the time that the commander of the a company is mustered out and that these papers be deposited with the Adjutant of the Regiment. $ 25.00
SALE $20.00
DOC5
-X39
Civil War Period
Volunteer Veteran's Letter
Headed "Hd. Qrs. Det. 2nd Rgt. U.S.V.V. Troy Road Barracks Albany, NY Sept. 5/ 1865." Addressed to "Lieut M.R. Tharp Actg. Adjts. 2nd Regt. U.S.V.V." requesting signature on a certificate enabling Frank Lambert to draw his pay. Signed "Chas. Ackerman Lieut. 2nd U.S.V.V. $ 25.00
SALE $20.00
DOC5-
88-881
Civil War Bureau
 of Pension Certificate
For "Miles F. Beebe who was a Private Co. L. 5" Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry." $30/month commences May 5, 1896. "This pension being for: Bronchitis and nearly total deafness of both ears and rheumatism and resulting disease of heart and resulting partial paralysis." Signed January 14th, 1899 by Cornelius A. Johns (?) Secty of Interior. Countersigned by H. Clay Evans, Commissioner of Pensions. 4page sheet (nothing on inside pages), folds into a tri-fold. No. 192,658 Increase. $ 35.00
SALE $28.00
DOC5-
88-884
Civil War Bureau
 of Pension Certificate
Typed, for "James E. Potter who was a Private Co. F 117" Regiment New York Infantry". $30/month commence May 17, 1912. Signed July 24, 1912 by Water L. Fisher Secty of the Interior, countersigned by J.L Davenport, Commissioner of Pensions. 4page sheet (marked 17 days 5.67 on inside page in red ink), folds into a tri-fold. No. 382,861 $ 30.00
SALE $28.00
DOC5-
88-883
Civil War Bureau
 of Pension Certificate for Widow
For "Samantha Dolbee, widow of Abner Dolbee, who was a Private, Co. E, 56" Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry." $8/month commence May 19, 1900. Signed Sept. 14, 1901 by M. Ryan, Acting Secty of Interior. Countersigned by H. Clay Evanst (?) Commissioner of Pensions. 4page sheet (nothing on inside pages), folds into a tri-fold. No. 519,967. $ 30.00
SALE $24.00
DOC5-
88-885
Civil War Bureau
 of Pension Certificate

Typed, for "Archibald Bilbo who was a Private CO. I 31" Regiment Indiana Infantry." $22/month commence on Sept. 30, 1912. Signed May 24, 1913 by Lane, Secty of Interior. Countersigned by G.M. Salzgaben. 4page sheet (nothing on inside pages), folds into a tri-fold. No. 15,505  Increase. Includes inside document, "Notice of Issue" from December 1918 to attorney, confirming pension for 1918, and attorney fees. $ 35.00
SALE $28.00
DOC5-
88-887
Civil War 
Bureau
 of Pension
 Certificate
Inability to Earn
For "Lucino C. Jacobs who was a Private Co. K. 34" Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry." "This pension being for Partial Inability to earn a support by manual labor." $10/month commence on November 7th . Signed by Ethan A. Hitchcock Secty of the Interior. Countersigned by J.L. Davenport, Acting Commissioner of Pensions. 4page sheet (nothing on inside pages), folds into a tri-fold. No. 790930 Increase. $30.00
SALE $24.00
DOC5-
88-882
Civil War 
Bureau
 of Pension
  Certificate
for Widow
For "Eliza A, Monroe, widow of Joel D. Monroe who was a Sergeant Co. C 111 Reg. N.Y. Vol. Inf." $12/month commence on October 19, 1895 and to continue during her widowhood...And also entitled to $2 per month additional for each of the following named children while living and under the age of sixteen years. "Lillian, Myrtie, Pearl". Signed Jan. 14, 1896 by H. Smith, Secty of Interior. Countersigned by Lochorn, Commissioner of Pensions. 4page sheet (nothing on inside pages), folds into a tri-fold. No. 418.475 Original. Stamped Jan 20 1896. $35.00
SALE $28.00

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