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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 […]

Joseph H. Miller – Boatman of Millersburg, Local G.A.R. Charter Member

| January 30, 2017

Joseph H.Miller died on 23 Apr 1910 and is buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. On the day of his death, the Harrisburg Telegraph published his obituary: Aged Veteran Dies at Millersburg Home Special to the Telegraph Millersburg, 23 April 1910 — Joseph Miller, a veteran of the Civil War, died at […]

Rev. Dr. Henry M. Kieffer – Another Millersburg-area Veteran Not Included on Monument!

| January 27, 2017

Attempting to find all the eligible men who should be included in the Civil War Research Project has been an interesting task, and often, individuals are located who had a definite connection to the Lykens Valley area, but for whatever reason they have been overlooked by local historians.  Such is the case of Rev. Dr. […]