Alexander Shrader

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To all whom it may Concern

Know ye, That Alexander Shrader a Private of Captain Wm. H. Brogunier's [?] Company, (H) 165th Regiment of Penna. Drafted Militia ['VOLUNTEERS' is crossed out] who was enrolled on the Sixteenth day of October on thousand eight hundred and sixty two to serve 9 Months [crossed out: 'years or during the war], is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this 29th day of July, 1863, at Gettysburg Penna by reason of Expiration of Service

(No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist*)

Said Alexander Shrader was born in Adams County in the State of Pennsylvania, is Thirty Eight years of age, Five feet Eleven inches high, fair complexion, Blue eyes, Dark hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a laborer

Given at Gettysburg this Twenty Ninth day of July 1863

William H Brogunier [?]
Capt 165th Rgt Penna D. M.
Commanding [crossed out: 'the Reg't'] Co. "H"

*This sentence will be erased should there be anything in the conduct or physical condition of the soldier rendering him unfit for the Army.

[A.G.O. No. 99.]


To all whom it may Concern:

Know ye, That Alexander Shrader a Private of Captain William E Michaels Company, (F,) 91st Regiment of Pennsylvania Veteran VOLUNTEERS who was enrolled on the twenty eighth day of February one thousand eight hundred and sixty five to serve One years [sic] or during the war, is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this Tenth day of July, 1865, at or near Washington DC by reason of the [illegible word] muster out of service

(No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist.*)

Said Alexander Shrader was born in [blank] in the State of Pennsylvania, is forty for [?] years of age, five feet ten inches high, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a Laborer.

Given at Camp in the Field this Tenth day of July 1865.

William E Michael
Captain Commanding the ["Reg't" is crossed out] Copmy

*This sentence will be erased should there be anything in the conduct or physical condition of the soldier rendering him unfit for the Army.

[A.G.O. No. 99.]

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