Acknowledgement of the receipt of clothing, dated 1862
We, the undersigned Non-commissioned Staff Officers, Musicians, of the One Hundred and Seventeenth Reg't New York Vol Infanty, do hereby
acknowledge to have received of Chas Millard 1st Lieut and Adjt 117th NY Vols the several articles of Clothing set opposite our respective names.
|Date of the
|Name and designation of
|Hats.||Feathers.||Badges.||Eagles.||Cords and Tassels.||Hair Plumes.||Forage Caps.||Uniform Coats.||Uniform Jackets.||Flannel Sack Coats. Trousers, pairs Serg'ts'.||Trousers, pairs, Corp'ls'.||Trousers, pairs, Privates'.||Flannel Shirts.||Drawers, pairs.||Boots, Cavalry, pairs.||Bootees, Infantry, pairs.||Stockings, pairs.||Leather Stocks.||Great Coats.||Fatigue Overalls.||Stable Frocks.||Blankets.||Sergeants Sashes||Canteens and Straps.||Haversacks.||Shelter Tents||Signatures.||Witness.|
|N. C. S.||Sergeants'||Corporals'||Musicians'||Privates'||Sergeants'||Corporals'||Musicians'||Privates'|
|Febuary 29th||Sergeant Major Robert Bryan||1||0|
|Febuary 29th||Qr. Mr. Sergeant Joseph D Monroe||1||J. D. Monroe||Austen I Kindall|
|Febuary 29th||Hospt. Steward Henry N Marchisi||1||Henry N Marchisi||Austen I Kindall|
|Febuary 29th||Principal Musician Jacob Irion||1||1||Jacob Irion||Austen I Kindall|
|Febuary 29th||Principal Musician John S. Fairhead||1||1||John S Fairhead||Austen I Kindall|
|April 29th 1864.||Sergeant Major Robert Bryan||3||1||Robert Bryan||Austen I Kindall|
|April 29th 1864.||Qr. Mr. Sergeant Joseph D Monroe||2||1||1||1||2||1||J. D. Monroe||Austen I Kindall|
|April 29th 1864.||Principal Musician Jacob Irion||1||Jacob Irion||Austen I Kindall|
|April 29th 1864.||Principal Musician John S. Fairhead||1||1||2||1||John S Fairhead||Austen I Kindall|
|April 29th 1864.||Hospt. Steward Henry N Marchisi||1||Henry N Marchisi||Austen I Kindall|
Regular and Extra Issues will not be blended in the same Receipt Roll.
Each signature, whether written by the soldier or acknowledged by mark, must be witnessed.
Where no issues have been made, spaces will be filled by a parallel, (thus =)
Mounted men may, at their option, receive one pair of "boots" and two pairs of "booties," instead of four pairs of bootees.
As the Metallic Shoulder Scales, Letters, Numbers, Castles, and Shells and Flames, will last for many years, they will be borne on the returns as
company property, in the same manner as are sashes, knapsacks and straps, haversacks, canteens and straps, and other articles of camp
and garrison equipage, and will be charged to the soldier only when lost or destroyed through neglect.
Statement exhibiting the allowance of Clothing to each soldier
during his enlistment, and his proportion for each year respectively,
as established by the Secretary of War.
|Clothing||For Five Years.||Total in the
|Hat, trimmed ...||1||1||1||1||1||5|
|Forage Cap …||1||1||1||1||1||5|
|Uniform Coat or Jacket ...||1||1||1||1||1||5|
|Blue flannel Sack Coat ...||2||2||2||2||2||10|
|Flannel Shirts ...||3||3||3||3||3||15|
|Flannel Drawers ...||3||2||2||2||2||11|
|Bootees, pairs ...||4||4||4||4||4||20|
|Stockings, pairs ...||4||4||4||4||4||20|
|Leather Stock ...||1||...||1||...||...||2|
|Great Coak ...||1||...||...||...||...||1|
|Stable Frock ...||1||...||1||...||...||2|
|Fatigue Overall ..||1||1||1||1||1||5|