Headstone of Henry Clay Weight, 12th Reserves and 190th Pennsylvania.
    Henry C Weight, Civil War veteran, died at his home in Three Springs, Pa., December 1, 1926, aged 82 years, 8 months and 18 days.  He was born at Warriorsmark, Pa. and learned the trade of a miller from his father, and followed the milling business, having in his life time operated mills at Maddensville, Orbisonia, Rockhill, Shirleysburg and...
    "The Rescue of the Colors," 1899 by William T. Trego
    For His Adopted Country. F. D. McGillicuddy, Mansfield, Pa, sends the following to the National Tribune: “Here is the record of a young Englishman, who served his adopted country, that is worthy of being perpetuated in history.  Sergeant Philip PettyOriginally born in Tingswich, England in 1840, Petty was a native of Jackson Summit, Tioga County, Pennsylvania when the war began....
    This workshop was hosted April 2, 2023 by Ken Gulick, in conjunction with Jay Young and the Monaghan Cemetery.
    After recovering from his Dranesville wound, Col. Thomas L. Kane returned to the Bucktails in their winter quarters (1862) where he began working on his Instructions for Skirmishers which was a new concept for tactics employed by riflemen.  Upon its completion and approval, Gen. George B.  McClellan ordered Colonel Kane to drill four companies of the Bucktails on these...
    Monaghan Cemetery Dillsburg PA
    For over 20 years I have had the honor and pleasure of searching local cemeteries in York County for Civil War veterans.  It has become somewhat of a passion of mine, and to this day I continue to expand my search.  In my travels I have over documented the resting place of over eight hundred veterans of the Union...
    The Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps Historical Society was organized in 2004 by August Marchetti and Justin Sanders.

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