|Title||Letter to Mayor Frederick B. Ogden, Mayor, Hoboken, from Richard H. Cook, State of N.J, Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury, Feb. 10, 1866, re third quarter family relief accounts.|
|Collection||Hoboken Government & Politics Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Letter to Frederick B. Ogden, Mayor, City of Hoboken, from Richard H. Cook, State of New Jersey, Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury, Feb. 10, 1866, re third quarter family relief accounts. Single folio, printed lined note paper, 5" x 8", holographic text. With: printed circular from Office of Adjutant General, December 22, 1865.
Text is in notes.
City of Hoboken document with City Clerk file notations.
State of New Jersey
Office of the Comptroller of the Treasury
Trenton, Feby 10th 1866
Hon. Frederick B. Ogden
Mayor, City of Hoboken
The account for amount paid Families of N.J. Vols. [Volunteers] Residing in The City of Hoboken for Quarter Ending October 12th 1865 has been examined.
And is now ready for Settlement at your earliest convenience.
Rich. H. Cook.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY.
Office of Adjutant General,
Trenton, December 22, 1865.
From and after this date, disbursing officers will upon every pay-day, require evidence from the Wife or Dependent Mother, claiming pay as of the family of any man borne upon the rolls on file in the County Clerk's Office, that the husband or son is in the U. S. Service. Members of the 34th Reg't N. J. Vols., alone excepted.
R. F. STOCKTON, Jr., Adjutant General,
New Jersey Militia.
Official : [ink signature] R. F. STOCKTON, Jr.
N. J. M. [New Jersey Militia]
Ogden, Frederick B.
Cook, Richard H.
Stockton, R. F., Jr.
|Year Range from||1865|
|Year Range to||1866|
New Jersey Militia
New Jersey, State of
Regiment, 34th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry
Government & Politics