|Title||Discharge from Frontier Calvary|
|Object Name||Discharge, Military|
|Scope & Content||
Military Discharge document for Walais (Wallace) Hatch. It is a printed document signed by hand. It has been cut on two sides from the original size and shows lines of having been folded. The paper has been framed on a decorative piece of paper with white flowers in a reddish wooden frame.
The document indicates that Wallace Hatch was a private of Captain Newton J. Davis's Company J First Regiment of Frontier Calvary. Wallace Hatch enrolled on 1865-Feb 7 and was a farmer prior to enrolling. The document records that Wallace Hatch was 17 years old, stood 5' 6" tall, had a light complexion, blue eyes, and light hair. Wallace Hatch was born in Antwerp, New York. Wallace Hatch was discharged in Ogdensburg, New York.
|Admin/Biographical History||Wallace Hatch was born in upstate New York; went to Illinois and married in 1870. Moved to Longmont. Wallace built and owned four houses: 222 Pratt, 226 Pratt, 332 Pratt, 336 Pratt. The homes remained in the family until about 2000.|
Hatch, Walais (Wallace)
The form is approximately 10.5" x 8".
The frame is 16" x 12"