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Founded 1681 by William Penn as a Quaker Commonwealth.
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Dedicated in memory and in honor ofthe brave men and women of thiscommunity who served theircountry in all wars
Those who made the supreme sacrifice
World War IJohn W. Ocker
World War IIRobert J. Collins · Vernon E. BauerlineLowell…
In honor of revolutionary soldiers buried in this cemetery.
Johannes Bard ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Philip RahnJacob Beihl ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?? George Jacob SchermanJacob Brothers ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Andreas SchreiverJohn Crouse ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? …
The congregation was organized May 4, 1747 by the Rev. Michael Schlatter who was sent by the Synods of Holland to Pennsylvania.On this site stood the first church, a log structure, which was replaced in 1798 by a brick church. This edifice enlarge…
Second Corps marched from Gettysburg to Two Taverns. Fifth Corps to Marsh Run. Sixth Corps to Fairfield. Eleventh Corps to Rock Creek. Twelfth Corps to Littlestown. First brigade Second cavalry division to Emmitsburg and the Artillery Reserve to L…
The turn of the century brought the continuation of growth and change to Littlestown.
The photos depict businesses and properties which may be familiar to many despite some changes in appearance.
The Littlestown to Hanover trolley line, inst…
The coming of the Littlestown Railroad in 1858 brought growth and a new life to Littlestown. The railroad ran E-W along Cemetery Street and was extended west to Frederick, MD, in 1872. It was not uncommon for Littlestown citizens to leave Littelst…
The Civil War played an important role in the history of Littlestown is just 10 miles south of Gettysburg, so it played a key role in the housing and care of soldiers during the Civil War. Many different soldiers and officers passed through Little…
Known as "Mother of Reformed Churches" of this region. Congregation organized, May 1747, marking settlement of German pioneers in southern part of Conewago Valley. Section of present building erected, 1798. Many notable persons lie buried in the o…