To all Whom it may Concern:
Paid Aug. 25, 1865
G. K. Cleveland
Know ye, that James Douglass, a Private of
Captain Marquis L. Andrews Company ( B ) 29 Regiment of Iowa
Infantry Volunteers who was enrolled on the Eleventh day of August
one thousand eight hundred and 62 to serve three years or during the
war, is hereby discharged from the service of the United States,
this tenth day of August 1865, at New Orleans, Louisiana by reason
of service, no longer being required. (No objection to his being
re-enlisted is known to exist*).
Said James Douglass was born in the state of
Scotland, is 42 years of age, five feet ten inches high, dark
complexion, black eyes, black hair, and by occupation when
enrolled, a engineer.
Given at New Orleans this tenth day of August
Captain 114 Ohio Inft. of Vis. A.C.M. Mustering
Officer District L.A.
(*This sentence will be erased should there be
anything in the conduct or physical condition of the soldier
rendering him unfit for the army).
Issac M. Warren
1st Lieut. 29th Iowa Infantry
~ Contributed by Constance Diamond