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Henry Keiser – Wedding Photo Discovered!

| February 23, 2017

Previously on this blog, a portion of the diary of Henry Keiser of Lykens, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, was presented under the title, The Henry Keiser Diary – Furlough, Marriage, Return to the Front. At the time of that writing, no picture was available of Henry Keiser in his Civil War uniform, and the only picture […]

William Henry Miller – Enders Descendant from Halifax Killed by Indians in Dakota Territory

| February 19, 2017

William Henry Miller was born in January 1846 in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He was the son of John Miller (1812-1857) and Mary Jane [Bryan] Miller (1811-1868).  John Miller, the father, was the grandson of Capt. Johann Philip Christian Enders.  The 1850 census portion (shown above from Ancestry.com), is from Halifax Township, Dauphin County, where the […]

Harry M. Kieffer’s Recollections – Johnny Comes Marching Home

| February 13, 2017

Today’s post features Chapter 26, the final chapter of Recollections of a Drummer Boy. Previously on this blog, a brief sketch was presented on the Rev. Dr. Henry M. Kieffer, a Civil War veteran who was not included on the Millersburg Soldier Monument.  In that sketch, it was noted that Rev. Dr. Kieffer was enumerated […]

Harry M. Kieffer’s Recollections – Camp Curtin

| February 10, 2017

Today’s post features Chapter 2 of Recollections of a Drummer Boy. Previously on this blog, a brief sketch was presented on the Rev. Dr. Henry M. Kieffer, a Civil War veteran who was not included on the Millersburg Soldier Monument.  In that sketch, it was noted that Rev. Dr. Kieffer was enumerated in the 1860 […]

Harry M. Kieffer’s Recollections – Deciding to Go to War

| February 8, 2017

Today’s post features Chapter 1 of Recollections of a Drummer Boy. Previously on this blog, a brief sketch was presented on the Rev. Dr. Henry M. Kieffer, a Civil War veteran who was not included on the Millersburg Soldier Monument.  In that sketch, it was noted that Rev. Dr. Kieffer was enumerated in the 1860 […]