CDV OF DAVID WILLIAMS, 10TH NEW YORK CAVALRY

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Item Code: 172-5134

CDV shows a full standing image of David Williams. He is wearing a dark colored shell jacket with decorative buttons on the collar and service stripes on the sleeves, light colored trousers, brogans and a slouch hat with cavalry insignia and a number “10”. His hands rest on his saber.

Image is clear with good contrast. Light surface dirt is present. Photographer’s backmark reads, “6 PICTURES LIKE THIS FOR $1.00, 14 “””” $2.00, BY H.P. WALES, MADISON, N.Y.”

David Williams enlisted at the age of 18 on 1/27/1864 at Brooklyn, NY as a Private. On 1/27/1864 he mustered into Co. “D”, 10th NY Cavalry. He was transferred out on 6/24/1865 and transferred into Co. “D”, 1st NY Prov. Cavalry. He was mustered out on 7/19/1865 at Cloud's Mills, VA. [sl]

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