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Re: Hymen N. Tounzen Civil War Discharge
Posted by: Carrie Date: November 27, 2000 at 09:35:02
In Reply to: Hymen N. Tounzen pension papers by Carrie of 49

This is a transcription of Hymen's Civil War discharge paper. If anyone has any other information on Hymen or his descendants, I would be grateful if you would contact me. Thank you,
Carrie

 To all whom it may Concern:
                                          
       Know Ye, that Himan N. Tounzen, a private of Captain
James M. Ritchey, Company (K) 15 Regiment of Cav.
Missouri Volunteers who was enrolled on the tenth day of
July one thousand eight hundred and sixtyfour to serve
twenty months or during the war, is hereby        Discharged
from the service of the United States, this first day of July,
1865 at Springfield Missouri by reason of expiration of term
of service (No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to
exist.*)
       Said Himan N. Tounzen was born in Henry County in
the State of Tennessee, is twenty years of age, six feet one
inch high, dark eyes, dark hair, and by occupation, when
enrolled, a Farmer.

       Given at Springfield Missouri this first day of July
1805.                                                 
                                                 Oscar Ward II Lieut.       
        15 Cav. MO. Vol. Company
                                                 Commanding the reg’t
* 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]                                                 .

Thos. K. Noggle
1st Gs-2. US Inf.
Mustering Officer

note:
Paid Springfield MO July 1st 1865
in Full July 1st 1865
Wm. K. Potuck
Paymaster, USA
$72.60


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