There is no part three as on those pages of Potter Profiles I reproduced the same document-image twice.
The most interesting thing about this 2-page file is this, to me: As busy a time and place as Civil War battlefields were, they took the time to fill out discharge papers for a soldier killed in action only a month after his death? Impressive.
Whatever happened to Edgar W. Potter of Cattaraugus County, New York? Who were his family? Was he sent home to laid to rest?
Do any collateral descendants claim this young 23 year old Edgar W. Potter who served his country honestly and faithfully?
This is from Wikipedia:
Union cavalry horses photographed outside the Old Church Hotel by Timothy H. O'Sullivan, June 4, 1864