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Innerst - PA & Civil War

Posted: 997631557000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Innerst, Neff, Rupp, Hengst, Shirey, Myers, Olp, Sipe
Looking for info on Civil War veterans named Innerst or Inners who served with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry. They were brothers, the sons of Daniel & Mary Neff Innerest [sic].

1) Inners (Innerst) Sr., Solomon, Pvt Co D; mustered May 11, 1864; discharged May 17, 1865, by general order; born Jun 25, 1846 [calculated]; died Mar 30, 1926; a farmer from Dallastown, York County; 5' 6", dark hair, brown eyes; shot in the right, lower leg at the battle of Monocacy and in the hospital until muster out; married Catherine Rupp after the war; children: Solomon Jr., Allen, Mrs. Clinton Hengst, Mrs. W. F. Shirey, Mrs. John Myers, Mrs. Frank Olp, Pius and Edward died 1871; buried in St. John's (Blymire) Cemetery, Dallastown, York County, Pennsylvania

2) Innerst (Inners), Frank Amos, Pvt Co D; mustered Aug 21, 1862; discharged Jun 7, 1865, by general order; born Jan 12, 1843; died Feb 14, 1921; a blacksmith from Dallastown, York County; 5' 7", black hair, gray eyes; captured at Carter's Woods and deserted from Camp Parole, returning to the regiment October 12, 1863; wounded in the right knee September 24, 1864, near Charlestown, West Virginia, and in the hospital thereafter; discharge ordered May 3, 1865; claimed to be 21 years old when he enlisted; married Louisa "Lucy" Sipe; buried in Mt. Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Springettsbury Township, York County, Pennsylvania
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