From Charles Weissenfels
and George P. Weissenfels, Junior1
New York, May 9, 1791. Seek to obtain either a Government appointment or a pension for their father.2
LS, in writing of George P. Weissenfels, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress.
1. Charles Weissenfels is listed in the New York City directory for 1790 as living at “old Hobuck ferry house, Corporation dock.” His brother George’s occupation is given as “conveyancer” and his address as 24 King Street.
2. Frederick Weissenfels, who had been a colonel of a New York regiment of levies during the American Revolution.