26th Wisconsin Correspondence, 1/15/1863


                                                                                                    Head Quarters 26th Regt. Wis. Vol.
                                                                                                    Stafford C. H., Va. January 15, 1863

Adjt. General Aug. Gaylord.
Madison, Wis.

Sir:

        I am informed that the name of Anton Holzschuh, a private of my Company, is not on the muster roll sent to your office, blow I take the liberty to state the where abouts of said Holzschuh, these are as follows:

Anton Holzschuh, aged 20 years, born at Grosecorbeda, in the Kingdom of Prussia, a former by occupation, was enlisted for the term of three years by Beter Naulholl and at Centerville, Manitowac County, Wis. on the 20th day of August 1862. He received a bounty of Twenty five dollars. Priv. Holzschuh has always since the time of his enlistment up to date been a private in this Company.
        I am Sir, very respectfully your most obt. servt:

                                                                                                    Bernhard Domskhe
                                                                                                            Lieutenant Commanding Comp. F.

Wisconsin Historical Society, 1200 Series, Box 128, Correspondence 1862-1863