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Brooklyn New York
April 15th 1868
General Oliver O. Howard.
Freedmans Bureaus,
Washington D.C.
Sir;
I have the honor to request a situation as Agent of the Freedmans Bureau. I have served in the Army since May 1862. I was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant 16th Infantry Corps d'Afrique Oct 24th 1863. I was mustered out of the U.S. service Dec. 28th 1864 as 2nd Lieut 125th U.S.C. Troops after nearly two years service in New Mexico.
I have the honor to be General,
Respectfully your obedient servant,
J. Henry Storey
#395 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, N.Y-
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