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PA Historian | Explore Pennsylvania History PA Historian – Explore Pennsylvania History PA Historian Explore Pennsylvania History | RSS Menu Skip to content Home Blog Civil War Blog Home ABOUT Norman Gasbarro, Ed.D., is a genealogical/historical researcher and writer living in Philadelphia, PA. Norm taught history for over twenty-five years. He is a graduate of Muhlenberg College with a major in history and holds advanced degrees from Rowan University (NJ) and Columbia University (NY). Leave a Reply Cancel reply Search for: Civil War Blog Was Charles Meckenstorm of Tremont a Deserter? April 5, 2017 Sometimes men who are reported as deserters in the Civil War records were not actually deserters but died in the war, their deaths being unexplained or unreported. Was this the case with Charles Meckenstorm? The Pennsylvania Veterans’ File Card from the Pennsylvania Archives (shown above) indicates that a Charles Meckenstorm enrolled on 14 August 1861 […] Norman Gasbarro Nelson C. Meck – Charter Member of Millersburg G.A.R. Post April 3, 2017 Nelson C. Meck was born 24 March 1847 in Pennsylvania, the son of John Meck (1820-1886), a drayman, and Lydia Meck (a819-1887). Both parents are buried at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Millersburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. On 7 March 1865, Nelson Meck enrolled at Harrisburg in the 83rd Pennsylvania Infantry, the second Company K, and […] Norman Gasbarro Updated Information of John C. Miller of Lykens, Including Son’s Tragic Death March 31, 2017 Previously, on this blog, the death and funeral of John C. Miller were described. The above portion of the plaque on the Lykens G.A.R. Monument notes the name of 1st Sergeant John C. Miller as a Civil War veteran who was wounded during the war and joined the Heilner Post after its organization. The Pennsylvania […] Norman Gasbarro Bernard Plotzer – Died on Way Back from Germany, 1876 March 29, 2017 Barnhardt Plotzer Sr.‘s name appears on the Lykens G.A.R. Monument as a veteran from the Civil War who was not a member of the Heiler Post. Finding him in the records was not easy because of the various ways his name is spelled in those records. For example, the first name has been found as […] Norman Gasbarro Henry B. Miller of Tremont – 50th Pennsylvania Infantry March 27, 2017 Henry Barry Miller was born on 1 October 1840 and died on 5 April 1923. He is buried at the Arlington Cemetery, Upper Darby, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and at the grave site, there is a bronze emblem designating his Civil War service. Records show that at the time he enlisted, he was a resident of […] Norman Gasbarro Wartime Sketches by Charles F. McKenna March 24, 2017 The following illustrations were taken from Under the Maltese Cross – Antietam to Appomattox: The Loyal Uprising in Western Pennsylvania, 1861-1865, compiled by Charles F. McKenna, and published in Pittsburgh in 1910. Click on the title for a free download of this book, which is a history of the 155th Pennsylvania Infantry. All of the […] Norman Gasbarro Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS PA Historian is designed by Similar Website

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