MILITARY

 NUMBER 

   33           YORK CO, PA ASSESSORS MILITARY ROLL, 1865

Introduction and Surname Index

An abstract of the 1865 York County, Pennsylvania, Assessors Military Roll. The "Roll" is an "enrollment list of all white male persons of the age of 21 years and under the age of 45 years subject to military duty..." Most entries give the names of the male enrolled, their residence (by borough or township), age, occupation, and marital status. When applicable, entries also identify those exempt, or not liable and the cause for their exemption (physical disability, paid commutation, substitute, in service, etc.).

[January 1987 - 166 pages]                                             $25.00

 

    39          THE GAR: ITS ORGANIZATION and MEN of POST #37

                  ISSUED by COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (1835-1859) 

 

History and organization of Post #37 of the Grand Army of the Republic, York, PA prepared using numerous surviving records of General John Sedgwick, and alphabetical listing of the 800 members of Post #37 including such information as: age; date joined; birthplace, residence, occupation, service record (including if wounded and during which engagement), death date, etc. Also includes helpful information for this desiring to search for records pertaining to other GAR Posts.  

[April 1989 - 95 pages]                                                    $15.00

  

    65          REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS' PENSION PETITIONS

                  and OBITS

 Introduction and Every Name Index 

Contains: (1) Pension Petitions taken from York County Orphans Court Dockets D, E and F and York County General Quarter Sessions Docket #12; (2) A compilation of York County Revolutionary War Soldiers' obituaries that appeared in York County newspapers.

[October 2006 - 48 pages]                                               $10.00

 

    71          CIVIL WAR PENSION AFFIDAVITS and INDEX to

                  LEDGERS of DR. BENJAMIN F. PORTER, 1864-1888

 Introduction

Following the Civil War, Dr. Benjamin Franklin Porter treated over two dozen Civil War soldiers from the southern part of York County. As he examined the soldier, Porter recorded notes from this examination in a ledger. This Special Publication contains the affidavits recorded within the two volumes of Dr. Benjamin F. Porter ledgers that are currently part of the collection of the York County Heritage Trust, as well as a transcription of each, and an index to the several hundred pages of every day entries in these two ledgers.

[July 2011 - 46 pages]                                                     $10.00

 

     75         AN INDEX for the SCRAPBOOK of WORLD WAR I

                  LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS and OTHERS

Introduction

An index for the World War I scrapbook compiled by Mildred Grass containing letters from soldiers and others who wrote home during 1918 and 1919. This publication also includes: (a) World War I timeline; (b) Sample letters from soldiers and others; (c) List of York County women who served; (d) List of York County African Americans who served; (e) List of York County soldiers who died, including cause of death, birth and death dates, and names of parents and/or spouse (subject to availability).

[November 2013 - 64 pages]                                           $15.00

 

     75CD    COMPANION CD for WORLD WAR I SCRAPBOOK INDEX

Digital reproduction of a large scrapbook compiled by Mildred Grass containing newspaper clippings of letters from soldiers and others serving in the American Expeditionary Forces, American Red Cross and YMCA from York and Adams Counties, Pennsylvania.

[November 2013]                                                            $12.00

 

 

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