Stephen D. Myers, Co. H, 8th Pennsylvania Reserves

History of Clarion County, Pennsylvania; Edited by: A. J. Davis; D. Mason & Co., Publishers; Syracuse, N. Y.; 1887.

Myers, Stephen D. (deceased), West Monterey p.o., Perry, was a son of Abner and Barbara A. (Eaby) Myers, and was born in Clarion county in 1837. In early life he worked at the tanning business. He enlisted in 1861 in the Eighth Pennsylvania Reserves, and was promoted to sergeant, served three years and was discharged. He was married in 1866 to Henrietta M. Mobley. They had a family of three children — John E. (deceased), Mollie B. (deceased), and William P. In 1868 Mr. Myers built the Callensburg tannery, which he successfully conducted up to the time of his death, which occurred on November 13, 1879. Mr. Myers still continues the business.

Sgt Stephen D. Myers (1837-1879) – Find a Grave Memorial

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Brendon is a history buff who loves American History, especially the American Civil War. He is also a direct descendant of William H. Wagner of the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves. Member of the 9th Pennsylvania Reserves Co. A (Reenacting Unit). Creator of The Blue & Gray Historian on Instagram and Facebook. He is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.