4 edition of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the Civil War
Ronald C. Young
|Statement||[Ronald C. Young].|
|LC Classifications||F157.L2 Y68 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||2002092116|
Columbia, formerly Wright's Ferry, is a borough (town) in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 28 miles (45 km) southeast of Harrisburg on the east (left) bank of the Susquehanna River, across from Wrightsville and York County and just south of U.S. Route The settlement was founded in by Colonial English Quakers from Chester County led by entrepreneur and evangelist John : Lancaster. Lancaster’s name can be traced from fifteenth-century England, when the War of the Roses was fought between the House of Lancaster and the House of York, through their first settlement in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and down to the county that was established in South Carolina in , with the red rose, the insignia of the House of Lancaster.
Lancaster County Prothonotary's Office. Search for a Case Hide Advanced Options. Advanced Filtering Options Reset. Only Cases Opened within this Date Range: Start: End: Only Cases of this Category: Only Cases with Judgments. Only Participants of this Category: Include Attorneys in Name Search. Plat book of Lancaster County, Nebraska: containing carefully prepared township plats, village plats, analysis of U.S. land system, leading farmers directory, reminiscences of old settlers: illustrated LeGear. Atlases of the United States, Includes indexes, brief history of Lancaster County, and brief biographies and portraits of early Lancaster County residents.
During the U.S. Civil War, the County of Chester, Pennsylvania, was extensively represented. Men served in approximately Pennsylvania regiments, ten colored regiments and in . May 1, - Photos of the people, places, and events related to the Civil War in historic York County, Pennsylvania. More t Confederate soldiers Union soldiers passed through here in June and July in the Gettysburg Campaign. See more ideas about Gettysburg, War and And july pins.
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This page book describes Lancaster County, Pennsylvania during the Civil War in the following chapters: Pre-War Lancaster: A Short History of Pennsylvania County; A Seed of War, Watered with Blood: The Riot at Christiana; The Stars and Stripes Have Been Insulted and Dragged in the Dust: The War Begins; To the Susquehanna, Boys: Lancaster and the Battle of Gettysburg; Fire on the River: The Author: Ronald C Young.
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the Civil War. Lancaster County PA Civil War Rosters For additional regiments and more detailed information about the following regiments including wounded, killed in action, promotions, regimental history and battles fought, see Bates' History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers 1st Regiment.
Field and Staff. Civil War Pennsylvania Volunteers of the Civil War lists Lancaster County Pennsylvania Soldiers in the Civil War - Civil War Books, Rosters, Medal of Honor Recipients, and Soldier Biographies.
- Pennsylvania, Register of Military Volunteers, at FamilySearch — index; Naturalization and Citizenship [edit | edit source]. Trust Book Index () Unrecorded Deed Index () Veteran Burial Card Index () Lancaster County Government Center N Queen St.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania Ph: Hours: Monday - Friday a.m. - 5 p.m. Holiday Schedule. Civil War History of the Susquehanna River Towns. It was June of The Confederate Army had taken York, and was preparing to cross the Susquehanna River by capturing the bridge that linked Wrightsville and Columbia, overtake Lancaster and advance to Harrisburg.
Lancaster Civil War Round Table, Lititz, Pennsylvania. likes 32 talking about this 13 were here. Welcome to the Lancaster Civil War Round Table facebook fanpage.
We meet every month /5(14). Veteran Burial Index (Destitute) () Records of Civil War veterans that died “destitute” in Lancaster County. In accordance with Pennsylvania legislation enacted county governments paid for the burial expenses of veterans that died.
The surname Stroh, Straw or Strow Originally settled in the Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area in the 's (Source: Yahoo. Groups) Strub/Strupe Family (Source: The Jarvis Family & Other Relatives) A biographical history of the Swarr family of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania.
Lancaster County locally / ˈ l æ ŋ k ə s t ər /, (Pennsylvania German: Lengeschder Kaundi) sometimes nicknamed the Garden Spot of America or Pennsylvania Dutch Country, is a county located in the south central part of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As of the census, the population wasIts county seat is Lancaster.
Lancaster County comprises the Lancaster, Pennsylvania Congressional district: 11th. Civil War Service Records, Union, Colored Troops: Southard's Co, US Colored Infantry Fold3.
Civil War Veterans' Card File, Pennsylvania State Archives. Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index Fold3. Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index Fold3. PA Civil War Roster - 10th Regiment Co. A of Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Free Pennsylvania Civil War rosters, histories, draft lists, biographies, letters, diaries, &. Several hundred muster rolls and service records for Pennsylvania infantry units, causes of the Civil War, history of Pennsylvania's roll in the Civil War.
Lists of National and other cemeteries where Civil War soldiers are interred, and information on how to request replacement tombstones, if needed, Information on the Pennsylvania regiments include Dyer's Compendium entries, complete.
Lancaster County was formed in It served as home to the state capital from Panorama by Alan Chaffee Photography. PA/x Christian / Milo / David Binkley's Mill / Printer's Paper Mill Bridge- Was Big Conestoga #17, and then state owned. The site is now abandoned.
It was a two span Double Burr Truss ' long, with a clear span of '8", a 16' roadway, a 12'6" clearance and at 25', this was the highest built above water in the county except for Susquehanna River intercounty structures.
History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: With Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men Franklin Ellis, Samuel Evans Everts & Peck, - Lancaster County (Pa.). The Indiana Pennsylvania in the Civil War Era project includes primary sources including letters, diaries, and modern and historical photographs, now held in the collections of Indiana University of Pennsylvania's Special Collections or the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County, that document the experience of men and women of Indiana County, PA during the Civil War era.
This page lists soldiers named August Sungrist through Isaac Sweeney who served in Pennsylvania infantry units during the Civil War. Index cards for these men are not in NARA microfilm publication M, Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Pennsylvania ( rolls) because the cards were never received by NARA.
Accordion. Mealy will be speaking about his book and signing copies Feb. 29 at Lancaster County Historical Society, N. President Ave., as part of its monthly Regional History Colloquium Series. This is a collection of Lancaster-area yearbooks including Lancaster Boys High School and Stevens High School (High School News, Retrospect and Prophecy, Foam, Oracle, Beacon, Pioneer)East Hempfield High School/Hempfield High School (Epilogue)McCaskey High School (Vidette, Citadel, Echo)and Lancaster Catholic High School (Purple and Gold, Rosmarian).
Insix years following the Civil War, the Lancaster County Monumental Association proposed that Batterson, Canfield and Co., a granite supplier in Hartford, Connecticut, and Lewis Haldy, a.
The war in the South was a civil war in the truest sense of the word. Literally hundreds of skirmishes were militia only – and, the militia participated in all the major battles as well. After the fall of Charleston in the militia was the only Whig fighting force in the : Thomas Verenna.FREE MONTHLY PROGRAMS - Join us on the 3rd Saturday of each month, except December, at P.M.
when the Solanco Historical Society offers a free program by a historian, author or collector at its headquarters meeting Society's headquarters is located at Robert Fulton Highway (Rt.
) across from the Robert Fulton Birthplace near Swift Road, /2 miles south of Quarryville in.kate m. scott, history of jefferson county pennsylvania with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers., d. mason & co., publishers, ; franklin ellis, history of lancaster county, pennsylvania, with biographical sketches of many of .