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Bureau of R. F. and A L Office of Asst. Comr N.C. Raleigh N.C. Jany 19th 1869 [[underlined]] Chur, Jacob F. [[/underlined]] Bvt. Lieut. Col. Asst. Comr. Requests information concerning the Claim for Bounty of [[underlined]] Jefferson Maxwell [[/underlined]] late of Co. "G" 76th U. S. C. T. sent by [[underlined]] Capt. Lamberton [[/underlined]] to Newbern N.C. in the latter part of 1867. Also inquiries if additional Bounty is due a soldier who enlisted in [[underlined]] April 1865 [[/underlined]] and served six months, and who had formerly served as an enlisted Cook Received at Newbern N.C. Jany 20th, 1869 L. R. & E. B. – 1869 – Page 17 [[end page]] [[start page]] Bureau of R. F. and A L Sub Office of the Claim Division Newbern N.C. Jany 20th 1869 [[underlined]] Respectfully returned [[/underlined]] there is no record that the claim of [[underlined]] Jefferson Maxwell [[/underlined]] of Co. "G" 76 U. S. C. T. was ever received at this Office. Men who enlisted between [[underlined]] July 18th 1864 [[/underlined]] and [[underlined]] April 30th 1865 [[/underlined]] are only entitled to the Bounty that accrued during the term they served, The Bounty allowed this class of men was made payable in three installments 1/3 at enlistment, 1/3 at half the term and 1/3 at expiration of term of Service, [[underlined]] Additional Bounty [[/underlined]] is only for men who were entitled to but ([[underlined]] $100.00 [[/underlined]]) Bounty for full term of Service [[signature]] Andrew Coats [[/signature]] Officer in Charge [[stamp]] REC'D. HD Q'RS BU R F & AL NORTH CAROLINA. JAN 23 1869 [[/stamp]] file
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