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1st New York Mounted Discharge Paper for David Williams
Item #: A7073
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This is a great looking piece of New York history. This is the discharge paper given to a soldier when they were mustered out of service. This one is dated July 19th 1865. It is discharging David Williams at the rank of Private of the 1st New York Mounted Volunteers. The piece is on beautiful preprinted paper and has the blanks filled in with fine Brown ink. The document measures 8 1/2 inches wide and stands 11 inches tall. It has the eagle image in the center and top. The records show that Williams enlisted on January 27th 1864 in Brooklyn, New York witht he 10th New York Cavalry. In 1865 he went to the 1st Provisional Cavalry and served until July of 1865. The folks at even had a picture of the young soldier. It states that he was 18 when he enlisted but he looks much younger. The discharge comes beautifully framed in a period oak frame. A brief printout of William' service as well as that of the 1st New York will accompany the document at no additional charge.

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