ye, That George Wexsmith a
private of Captain Henry J. Drama Company,
(B), 33rd Regiment of New York Vols VOLUNTEERS,
who was enrolled the
Ninth day of May one thousand
eight hundred and Sixty one to serve
two years, or during the war, is
hereby Discharged from the service of the United States,
this second day of June
1863, at Geneva N.Y.
by reason of being mustered out
of service expiration of term of service
Said George Wexsmith was born in Prussia in the State of [blank] is 22 years of age, 5 feet 2 inches high, light complexion, blue eyes, light hair and by occupation when enrolled a Cabinet Maker.
Given at Geneva, N.Y. this 2d day of June 1863.
Henry J. Drama
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-source: Soldier's Discharge
Record, Volume 1, item 5, 1865-1867, Clayton County, Iowa; LDS
film #1516914 #5
-transcribed for Clayton co. IAGenWeb by Sharyl Ferrall
-transcription note: Every effort has been taken to produce a true & accurate transcription, but errors may exist due to the occasional difficulty in reading the microfilm. The researcher should obtain the original record to confirm accuracy.
*See also discharge record for George C. Wachmuth. I am not absolutely certain, but believe both records to be for the same man, different enlistments & discharges. There is a 'George Wachmuch' , saloon keeper, enumerated on the 1870 Federal census, Boardman twp. Strawberry Point.
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