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Obituary of Joseph W. Knouff

The following obituary of Joseph W. Knouff appeared in the Harrisburg Patriot on 15 April 1902. ENDERS Special to the Patriot Enders, 14 April 1902 — Joseph W. Knouff, who has been critically ill for the last four weeks, died on Thursday night and was buried in Fair Cemetery on Sunday.  Revs. J. E. Francis […]

Obituary of a Civil War Widow, Mrs. Joseph W. Knouff

During the Civil War, Joseph W. Knouff served in Company H of the 130th Pennsylvania Infantry, for nine months.  He died on 10 April 1902 and is buried at the Fairview Cemetery in Enders, Dauphin County. On 21 July 1890, Joseph W. Knouff applied for a disability pension, which, according to the Pension Index Card […]

May 2014 Posts

A listing of the May 2014 posts on The Civil War Blog with direct links: Daniel Engle of Schuylkill County – Died in Rebel Prison The Great Shohola Train Wreck – Preparations and Receipt of Prisoners at Elmira The Shamokin Soldiers’ Circle – Photographs 138 – 144 and Path The Great Shohola Train Wreck – […]

Obituary of Isabella Enders Knouff

The following notice appeared in an Upper Dauphin County newspaper in November 1939 announcing the death of Isabella [Enders] Knouff, which had occurred on 22 November 1939 in Harrisburg: MRS. JOSEPH W. KNOUFF Mrs. Isabella E. Knouff, age 84 years, widow of Joseph W. Knouff, died at the home of her son J. Byron Knouff […]