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Name P.O. or Place Township Date Claim
Amount
Horses Mules Goods and Comments Command
Beitzel, William Mount Top Warrington 7/1 $300.00 3 Black horse, gray horse, roan mare, 3 bridles Stuart's cavalry
Bender, Ephraim Rossville Warrington 7/1 $135.00 1 Roan horse taken from hiding place in thicket; placed there by daughter for safety Stuart's cavalry
Bentz, Andrew Rossville Warrington 7/1 $100.00 1 Bay horse taken from stable of Jacob Smyser Stuart's cavalry
Bentz, David Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old dark roan Stuart's cavalry
Bentz, George Bailey Warrington 7/1 $127.00 1 Gray mare, bridle taken from stable of George and Nancy (Grove) Bentz. Stuart's cavalry
Bentz, Jacob Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $178.50 1 Black mare, halter, 2 bridles Stuart's cavalry
Bentz, Jacob S. Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $160.00 1 Black mare Stuart's cavalry
Bentz, Michael Mount Top Warrington 7/1 $253.00 2 Horses, halters Stuart's cavalry
Bierbower, Henry Rossville Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 8-yr-old bay mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Blackford, Aaron G. Bailey Warrington 7/1 $258.00 2 Black horse, bay mare, 2 halters & chains taken from hiding place on Rich Hill, "the most secluded place he could find." Caretaker Andrew B. Shearer went to get dinner, and the horses disappeared while he was gone. Father of Millard J. Blackford. War of 1812 vet and York County Commissioner 1854-57 Stuart's cavalry
Blackford, Millard J. Dillsburg Warrington 6/29 $300.00 2 Bay horse and black mare, 2 halters & chains taken from stable in his and father-in-law Andrew Shearer's presence. "Rebels were armed and quite numerous around his premises." Jenkins' cavalry
Blackford, Millard J. Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $370.00 3 Bay mare taken from stable; black horse and roan taken from Rich Hill. 3 halters & chains. Later a state representative Stuart's cavalry
Boring, Ezekiel K. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $350.00 2 4-yr-old cream colored horse and 9-yr-old black mare being used to plow field when Rebels rode over and seized them at gunpoint. 6 PM. Stuart's cavalry
Bower, Joseph C. Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $200.00 1 Raided store: 9-yr-old dapple gray horse concealed in the woods; $60 in store goods "unable to enumerate." Levi Baker present in the store as Rebels took items. Stuart's cavalry
Brown, Ezra Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old roan mare taken from "a secluded place." Stuart's cavalry
Burns, William Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $800.00 5 Concealed horses in woods under care of sons Henry and George. Rebels forcibly took dark sorrel, light sorrel, 2 black mares, and 1 light sorrel mare. Stuart's cavalry
Bushey, John Rossville Warrington 7/1 $360.00 3 13-yr-old sorrel, 14-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old dun taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Bushey, Lewis Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $100.00 1 6-yr-old black mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Bushey, Solomon Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $325.00 2 Brown horse taken from field. Prowell (1907) related a member of Chambliss's brigade slipped out of the ranks, took the horse, and dodged 3 Yankees who pursued him to Doe Run. Also lost dun mare that had been concealed since 6/29 in a thicket on the Washington Township farm of Valentine Asper. Stuart's cavalry
Bushey, William Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 4-yr-old roan mare Stuart's cavalry
Byers, Jacob Rossville Warrington 7/1 $924.00 6 7-yr-old dark bay, 2 matched black horses, 2 matched bays, 1 bay mare, 25 bu corn & oats, 1 coverlet, 1 pr pantaloons, 6 bags, 4 halters, meat Stuart's cavalry
Cadwallader, Daniel Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $140.00 1 5-yr-old black mare hidden in thicket on Washington Township farm of Valentine Asper. When Cadwallader, Joshua Vale, and Israel B. Garretson refused to give up their horses, Rebels pointed a pistol at them and demanded them. Stuart's cavalry
Comfort, James Rossville Warrington 7/1 $190.00 Jet black mare taken. 8 acres of grass destroyed when Rebels turned played out horses loose to graze. Stuart's cavalry
Cook, Hezekiah Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $0.00 Rebels took horse left by tanner J. Deardorff (already counted) Fitzhugh Lee
Cook, Martha Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $130.00 1 7-yr-old black mare taken from stable Fitzhugh Lee
Daron, Kern Dover Warrington 7/1 $190.00 1 6-yr-old black horse Stuart's cavalry
Drorbaugh, Elizabeth Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 8-yr-old black horse Stuart's cavalry
Drorbaugh, Jacob Goldsboro Warrington 7/1 $140.00 1 4-yr-old gray horse taken from field while Drorbaugh was not home Stuart's cavalry
Dutry, John Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 7-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Dutry, Michael Round Top Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 11-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Elcock, Richard F. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $250.00 2 10-yr-old bay, 6-yr-old sorrel mare entrusted to farmhand Oliver Ritter while Elcock served in Union Army (Co. G, 166th PA). Hearing reports that Rebels were coming, Ritter took horses to thicket on Henry Smyser farm. Lost them at gunpoint. Stuart's cavalry
Elicker, Christian Rossville Warrington 7/1 $375.00 3 6-yr-old brown horse, 6-yr-old road mare, 8-yr-old roan mare Stuart's cavalry
Elicker, Jacob Rossville Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 6-yr-old black mare taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Elicker, Levi Lewisberry Warrington 7/1 $411.50 2 Raided store: 4-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old black mare, 10 bu corn, 25 bu oats, 5 bu wheat, 1/2 bu clover seed, 2 bu flax seed, 2 carriage cushions, whip, 2 bridles, 2 halters/chains, 2 pr pants, 2 coats, 2 vests, pr boots, ladies furs, dresses, ladies clothes, meat, sugar, groceries, gold earrings, gold locket. Stuart's cavalry
Fishel, Frederick Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $141.00 1 Black horse, halter Stuart's cavalry
Gardner, Tempest T. Rossville village Warrington 7/1 $889.00 4 Raided store and home: 4-yr-old dark sorrel, 8-year-old bay, 8-yr-old light sorrel, 7-yr-old roan. Rebels took large quantities of corn, hay, grass from his fields. Store inventory lost included paper, enveloped, thread, butcher knives, scissors, hose, whips, velvet, muslin, calicoes, soap, tea, salt, coffee, cigars, combs, silverware, school books, etc. Store / post office was on NE side of square. Home farther north on east side of State Road. Stuart's cavalry
Gentzler, Elizabeth Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 2-yr-old black colt. John G. Gerber had taken horse into hiding on land of Jonathan Greist in Warrington Township. Armed Rebels found it. Stuart's cavalry
Gentzler, Michael Rossville Warrington 7/1 $0.00 No personal loss, but others' horses secreted on his land were taken Stuart's cavalry
Gerber, Christian Dover Warrington 6/29 $426.00 3 13-yr-old bay mare, 4-yr-old sorrel mare, 14-yr-old gray mare. 3 bridles, 3 saddles, halters Jenkins' cavalry
Glatfelter, George Rossville Warrington 7/1 $140.00 1 6-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Glatfelter, Solomon Rossville Warrington 7/1 $141.00 1 3-year-old sorrel, halter Stuart's cavalry
Gratz, Jesse Rossville Warrington 7/1 $200.00 2 6-yr-old bay, 16-year-old roan mare taken from meadow Stuart's cavalry
Gratz, William B. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 11-year-old roan taken from meadow of Jesse Gratz Stuart's cavalry
Greist, Jonathan C. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $0.00 No personal loss; other's horses secreted on his land were taken Stuart's cavalry
Griffith, William P. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $60.00 Had traveled seven miles from his home toward Dillsburg when overtaken and captured by Rebel cavalry. Taken with Stuart's column to Gettysburg. Released July 4 during retreat. Arrived home evening of July 5. Sought medical treatment in Philadelphia. Stuart's cavalry
Grove, David Rossville Warrington 7/1 $0.00 Elias Spahr's horse taken from his stable where it had been taken for safety Stuart's cavalry
Harlacher, Benjamin Dover Warrington 6/29 $324.40 1 1 13-yr-old black mare, 12-year-old dark bay mule, 3 bu corn, saddle, bridle, 2 tons hay, 10 bu oats, 1 ton hay and grass taken in morning Jenkins' cavalry
Harlacher, Peter Dover Warrington 7/2 $308.00 2 8-yr-old dark bay mare, 6-yr-old bay mare, bridle, 2 halters Stuart's cavalry
Harlacher, William Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $140.00 1 8-yr-old gray mare, collar, bridle Stuart's cavalry
Shipley, Ira Round Hill Adams County 6/28 $0.00 Railcar loaded with store inventory robbed by Rebels at Wrightsville Gordon's infantry
Anderson, William S. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $988.75 2 Prized dark bay stallion named "Sir Archy" ($800), saddle, bridle, halter, 15 bu oats, 30 bu corn, 10 grain bags. Had to kill black mare badly injured by Rebels (broken jaw, etc.). Stuart's cavalry
Arnold, George R. Dillsburg Carroll 6/29 $142.00 1 Gray mare, saddle taken from stable; meat taken from house Jenkins' cavalry
Bailey, Col. Samuel Nelson Sr. Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $175.00 1 Roan horse taken from stable; left it in charge of Samuel Mumper Stuart's cavalry
Berkheimer, John Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $150.00 1 Roan horse hidden in small stable in rural Carroll Township to conceal it from theft. Stony Run Road just n. of 74 Carlisle Rd. Stuart's cavalry
Cassel, Rufus Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $475.00 3 7-yr-old dark brown horse, sorrel mare, black stud colt. Off Dorsey Lane just east of Stony Run. After Battle of Gettysburg, Cassel and Lewis B. Miller went there to search for their lost horses. No luck. Stuart's cavalry
Cathcart, Dr. Thomas L. & Wentz, Alexander Dillsburg borough Carroll 6/28 $0.00 Raided store: Claims included with Stuart's visit on July 1 Jenkins' cavalry
Cathcart, Dr. Thomas L. & Wentz, Alexander Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $266.00 Raided store: Dry goods, boots, shoes, teas, pocketknives, files, rasps, 2 coats, "food of various kinds". Clerk Henry H. Hause was powerless to stop Rebels. Stuart's cavalry
Cook Jr., John Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $150.00 1 8-yr-old sway back bay mare taken from hiding place on his farm. West side of Warrington Road N of Tannery Rd a mile south of Dillsburg. Lydia Ann Cook chased off 3 Rebels with her bread carving knife. Stuart's cavalry
Deardroff, Joseph Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $148.00 1 Raided tan yard: 28 lbs calfskin leather, 25 lbs sole leather. Tannery Road and Warrington. Also lost 7-yr-old mare left in the care of Hezekiah Cook in Warrington Township Jenkins' cavalry
Eslinger, Augustus N. Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $50.00 Raided post office: $30 cash, overcoat, postage stamps. He wrote that Jenkins' June 28 campsite was "just a short distance south of the borough;" Rebels left the next morning after "taking all the good horses from the borough and from the farmers all around the country." East side of Baltimore 1/2 block S of square, SW side of alley Jenkins' cavalry
Firestone, Aaron Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $320.00 2 6-yr-old bay, 3-yr-old bay. First house on right on York Road after entering Carroll Township Jenkins' cavalry
Krysler, David R. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $304.00 2 7-yr-old black mare, 16-yr-old bay mare, bridle, 2 halters. York Road at Ore Bank. SW corner. Fitzhugh Lee
Lehman, John Dillsburg Carroll 6/29 $75.00 1 12-yr-old bay taken from stable. 1.5 miles NE of Franklintown Jenkins' cavalry
Lehman, Lydia Dillsburg Carroll 6/29 $175.00 1 7-yr-old roan mare taken from back stable in barn. Carlisle Road south of Dillsburg Jenkins' cavalry
Lehman, Samuel Dillsburg Carroll 6/29 $41.50 Not on microfilm. Exists on index of claims. Jenkins' cavalry
Lehmyer, Cornelius Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $41.50 1 Black horse, blind saddle Stuart's cavalry
Logan, James J. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $400.00 2 7-yr-old brown mare taken from stable (Ore Bank Road), 4-yr-old brown horse (estate of Henry Logan) taken from hiding place on Round Top Mountain Stuart's cavalry
Lowyer, John W. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $222.00 1 4-yr-old roan, saddle, bridle, martingale Stuart's cavalry
Miller, Charles Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $265.00 2 10-yr-old black horse, 8-yr-old dark gray mare, riding saddle, bridle. Old Mill Road just NW of Dillsburg, east of Dogwood Creek Stuart's cavalry
Miller, William B. Siddonsburg Carroll 7/1 $275.00 2 4-yr-old bay taken from thicket of bushes on his farm (w. side of Nursery Road half way between York Rd and Mumper Lane); 6-yr-old spotted mare taken from the land of William Hartman in Monaghan Township Jenkins' cavalry
Moore, James J. Dillsburg borough Carroll 6/28 $128.33 Raided store: Losses include Stuart on July 1. 17 pr shoes, 12 pr calfskin boots, 2 pr boys shoes, 35 yds checkered cloth, 25 yds calicoes, 2 prs cotton suspenders, 1 nearly made coat, 25 lbs natural leaf tobacco, 8 smoking pipes, 100 cigars, hatchet, 24 knives, 14 pen knives. Jenkins' cavalry
Moore, James J. Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $200.00 1 Raided store: Took 8-yr-old roan horse and store goods. Horse valued at $200 Stuart's cavalry
Mumper, John Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $649.75 Campsite: Federal claim: Hampton's Brigade slept in Mumper's fields and apple orchards. Soldiers awakened at midnight and ordered to ride to Gettysburg. Stuart's cavalry
Pressel, Lewis J. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $200.00 1 6-yr-old bay hidden on Round Top. Accompanied by Henry Bentz and James J. Logan Stuart's cavalry
Reed, George W. Sr. Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $151.00 1 8-yr-old bay mare, 2 halters & chains taken from John Cook's woods, in care of Samuel Reed Stuart's cavalry
Reed, Samuel Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $502.00 1 Bay stallion, 2 halters & chains, bridle taken from Cook's Woods. John Klinedinst, John Cook also present Stuart's cavalry
Shearer, Dr. George L. Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $175.00 1 7-yr-old black horse taken from woods in the presence of Abraham Birkholder and David A. Bentzler. House was on S. Baltimore St. Hid "medicinal" rye whiskey in barn. Stuart's cavalry
Sheffer, Michael Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $100.00 1 2-yr-old dark iron gray colt taken from stable in the presence of Henry J. Reed Stuart's cavalry
Sheffer, Peter Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $100.00 1 10-yr-old bay taken from stable. South of town on Baltimore Street Fitzhugh Lee
Sidle, Henry Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $300.00 Raided store: Groceries Stuart's cavalry
Smith, John A. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $200.00 1 7-yr-old bay stallion Stuart's cavalry
Spahr, Andrew Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $350.00 2 5-yr-old sorrel, 4-yr-old dark sorrel taken in Warrington Township from woods of Matthias Reidley; Henry W. Hahn present. A few days later, received small 11-12-yr-old sorrel mare "nearly worn out" from the Rebels
Spahr, Thomas L. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $130.00 1 3-yr-old dark bay, halter & chain from Peter Smith (deceased) taken from Matthias Reidley's woods; in care of Henry R. Spahr. Stuart's cavalry
Spahr, William A. Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $281.00 2 Black mare, bay mare taken from Matthias Reidley's woods; in care of Henry R. Spahr Stuart's cavalry
Underwood, Alexander Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $0.00 Rebels took horse belonging to his tenant farmer, Moses Evans. NE side of Old York Road just SE of Dillsburg Stuart's cavalry
Welty, Frederick Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $83.00 1 12-yr-old black mare taken from thicket on farm. Rebels took 10 bu corn from crib. Welty Avenue. Stuart's cavalry
Welty, Levi Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $350.00 2 6-yr-old sorrel worth $200; 6-yr-old sorrel worth $150. Lived in Dill Tavern, then a private residence. Stuart's cavalry
Williams, James Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $400.00 2 5-yr-old black mare, 6-yr-old black mare taken from Round Top in the presence of James J. Logan and Henry G. Lentz. Stuart's cavalry
Wilson, George Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $423.00 3 7-yr-old dun horse, 10-yr-old black mare, 4-yr-old bay mare, 3 halters & chains. Secreted in "a secluded thick woods" Stuart's cavalry
Winer, John Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $100.00 1 10-yr-old bay mare taken from an enclosure owned by Asahel Walker in Warrington Stuart's cavalry
Wolf, Daniel Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $500.00 3 Dark bay mare, bay mare, bay horse hidden in clump of bushes in one of his fields. Rebels left behind a played out nag worth $25. Wolf later saw his horses in the Rebel camp on John Mumper's farm Stuart's cavalry
Wolf, Joseph Dillsburg Carroll 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay mare hidden in swampy thicket in one of his fields. On York Road at township's southern entrance Stuart's cavalry
Yost, John Dillsburg borough Carroll 7/1 $130.00 1 5-yr-old bay mare taken from thicket of bushes on farm of Rufus Cassel Stuart's cavalry
Bare, George L. New Salem Codorus 6/27 $100.00 1 Chestnut bay stallion taken from stable ~ 2 PM White's cavalry
Bare, George L. New Salem Codorus 6/30 $600.00 2 1 Dark bay, 7-yr-old black horse, 7-yr-old mule taken about 4 PM from stable Stuart's cavalry
Brinkman, Dr. William F. Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $250.00 2 Overtaken and surrounded by 4 troopers about 4 PM while leading bay mare and black gelding to safety; lost horses and saddle Stuart's cavalry
Bubb, Peter Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $350.00 2 Gray horse and sorrel taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Crist, William T. Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $382.50 Raided store: 22 pairs of boots and shoes, 12 hats, 6 caps, 10 pr boots, 12 pr shoes, 6 pr laces, 300 yds calico, 40 yds muslin, 20 yds woolen cassimer, 6 yds cloth, 16 yds crossbarred muslin, 6 silk handkerchiefs, 5 table oil cloths, 5 lbs natural leaf tobacco, 200 hand-rolled cigars, ready-made clothing, jewelry, razors, scissors, notions. Store on town square Stuart's cavalry
Fishel, John L. Hanover Junction Codorus 6/28 $500.00 2 11 or 12-yr-old roan mare, 3-yr-old stallion French's cavalry
Flickinger, Samuel M. Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $210.00 1 6-yr-old gray gelding, saddle, bridle, and 5 tons hay. Rebels freed 80 mules to graze in oat field; they remained there until the next day. Stuart's cavalry
Geise, Henry Hanover Junction Codorus 6/30 $355.00 2 About dark, 3 armed Rebel cavalrymen took a dapple gray mare and a bay mare from his stable, as well as a bridle and halter Stuart's cavalry
Koist, William J. Jefferson Station Codorus 6/30 $382.50 Claim not microfilmed. Stuart's cavalry
Kraft, Albert Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $0.00 Raided store: Prowell (1907): No claim filed. NW corner of town square, now Wolfanoto's Restaurant Stuart's cavalry
Price, William Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $380.00 1 1 Horse, mule, bridle, saddle, harness, ton of hay. Later Perry County, was then living with father-in-law Samuel N. Mullins. Rebels trampled or destroyed acre of grain Stuart's cavalry
Rebert, Henry Jefferson Codorus 6/27 $0.00 Prowell (1907): Railcar full of tanbark burned at Jefferson Station White's cavalry
Rebert, Jacob Jefferson Station Codorus 6/27 $0.00 Raided store: Prowell (1907): 2 barrels whiskey White's cavalry
Sabel, Aaron Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $725.00 4 17-yr-old black stallion, 4-yr-old black mare, 7-yr-old bay mare, 14-yr-old bay mare taken in the afternoon from his stable Stuart's cavalry
Sheffer, Jesse Hanover Junction Codorus 6/30 $243.00 2 12-yr-old gray mare, 12-yr-old brown mare, 2 halters & chains Stuart's cavalry
Shue, Daniel Jefferson Codorus 6/27 $100.00 1 Sorrel mare ("fine horse") taken about noon. Just bought horse 6 weeks earlier for $118. White's cavalry
Shue, Daniel Jefferson Codorus 7/1 $57.30 7 PM. Riding saddle, 16 bushels oats, 1 ton hay, 3 large bushel grain bags, taken frrom barn. Oats growing in field destroyed. "They came into and about the house in large numbers and acted in a boisterous manner." Took 6 cotton shirts. Stuart's cavalry
Smeich, Jacob Hanover Junction Codorus 6/30 $348.00 9 - 10 AM. Broke windows with their guns to enter the locked house. Took accordion, 2 ladies' bonnets, woolen shawl, 4 coverlets, 2 cotton shirts, silk handkerchief. Ransacked house "in a violent manner", destroyed furniture and smashed glassware, pottery, looking glasses. Stole 150 bu oats, 150 bu corn, 50 2-bushel grain bags, horse gears, fly nets from barn and took to their nearby camp. Rebels forced Levi Hale to thresh the oats and shell the corn. Early's infantry
Smith, Emanuel H. Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $540.00 3 Two 4-yr-old brown mules, 4-yr-old dun mule taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Smith, Enoch New Salem Codorus 6/30 $200.00 1 9-yr-old bay mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Smith, George Codorus 6/30 $0.00 1 15-yr-old black mare Early's infantry
Sterner, Michael Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $250.00 2 15-yr-old mare, 6-yr-old mare taken about 7:00 PM from a field less than 100 yards from Sterner's house. Rebels left small horse and mare, which were taken away August 4, 1863, by U.S. detective Mark Radcliffe, who gave a receipt. Stuart's cavalry
Swartzbaugh, John A. Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $192.00 1 3-yr-old bay mare, 42 bu oats, 5 bu rye, 1 ton of hay Stuart's cavalry
Trump, Frederick Jefferson Codorus 6/30 $125.00 1 12-yr-old sorrel mare Stuart's cavalry
Brenner, John Dover Conewago 7/1 $300.00 2 Gray mare, roan mare Stuart's cavalry
Bupp, Samuel Dover Conewago 7/1 $150.00 1 Rebels exchanged played out horse for his bay; later sold nag for $62. East of Bull Road, south of Canal, west of Greenbriar along Fox Run (today's Graffius Rd) Stuart's cavalry
Daron, George Dover Conewago 7/1 $400.00 2 4-yr-old dark bay mare, 4-yr-old bay mare. Eli S. Quickel notified Daron the Rebels were coming. Hid horses in hollow or ravine, but Rebels found them. N. of Canal at Greenbriar Stuart's cavalry
Quickel, Elias S. Dover Conewago 7/1 $0.00 Raided store: Prowell (1907): coffee, sugar, clothing. Canal and Bull roads Stuart's cavalry
Ahl, Dr. John Dover borough Dover 7/1 $0.00 No claim filed: CSA Brig. Gen. Wade Hampton III used Dr. Ahl's office as HQ. Paroled 230 Union prisoners there. 6 N. Main St. Stuart's cavalry
Altland, Andrew East Berlin Dover 6/30 $139.00 1 7-yr-old brown horse, collar, coat, 3 shirts, pants, cap Early's division
Altland, Daniel East Berlin Dover 6/30 $186.00 1 Dark brown 4.5-yr-old dark brown mare, 2 sets wagon harnesses & gears Early's division
Benedict, Daniel Dover Dover 7/1 $370.00 3 Light brown horse, sorrel horse, roan colt. First house north of Harmony Grove Road off Carlisle Stuart's cavalry
Bentzel, Daniel Jr. Dover Dover 7/1 $160.00 1 4-yr-old bay taken from stable. Bull Road off Crone Stuart's cavalry
Bentzel, Samuel Shiloh Dover 7/1 $160.00 1 5-yr-old roan taken from cornfield; Leander Weigle's horse taken from Bentzel's stable. South side of Bull Road just north of Crone Stuart's cavalry
Bott, Michael Dover Dover 6/28 $140.00 1 5-yr-old bay horse Early's infantry
Bott, Michael Dover Dover 6/30 $170.00 1 6-yr-old sorrel mare, wagon saddle, riding bridle Early's infantry
Bowersox, John F. Dover Dover 6/29 $150.00 1 5-yr-old dark bay horse. Intersection of Admire and Davidsburg roads French's cavalry
Bowersox, John F. Dover Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 9-yr-old bay mare. Intersection of Admire and Davidsburg roads Stuart's cavalry
Boyer, Israel Dover Dover 6/29 $300.00 2 5-yr-old bay mare, 7-yr-old gray mare French's cavalry
Boyer, Jonas Dover Dover 7/1 $460.00 3 5-yr-old brown horse, 5-yr-old brown mare, 4-yr-old brown horse Stuart's cavalry
Boyer, Solomon Dover Dover 7/1 $525.00 4 Bay, roan, gray mare, black horse. S. Salem Church Road Stuart's cavalry
Brillhart, Jacob Newport (Admire) Dover 6/28 $165.00 1 3-yr-old black horse taken from stable French's cavalry
Bupp, Barbara Ann Dover Dover 7/1 $232.40 1,112 lbs pork, barrel of flour Stuart's cavalry
Bush, John Davidsburg Dover 7/2 $265.00 1 4-yr-old bay mare, 15 gallons rye whiskey Stuart's cavalry
Cochenauer, Emanuel Dover borough Dover 7/1 $400.00 3 6-yr-old chestnut bay, 4-yr-old bay, 14-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Coxen, John Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $490.00 4 9-yr-old black mare, 6-yr-old gray mare, 5-yr-old gray horse, 3-yr-old black horse Fitzhugh Lee
Craver, John York Dover 6/28 $200.00 Raided store: ~15 dozen wool and fur slouch hats. Craver "could not prevent" theft. Early's infantry
Crone, Jacob Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $110.00 1 6-yr-old iron-gray mare. West side of Carlisle Road between Deep Hollow and Conewago Stuart's cavalry
Daron, Emmanuel Dover Dover 7/1 $125.00 Buggy $100, harness $25 Stuart's cavalry
Daron, Henry Dover Dover 6/29 $150.00 1 6-yr-old dark brown mare at the time with a foal French's cavalry
Daron, Jacob B. Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $400.00 1 1 4-yr-old bay mule, gray mare. Had 2 mules; Rebels "took the best." Stuart's cavalry
Deardorff, Joseph F. Mount Top Dover 6/30 $140.00 1 Bay horse taken from stable in Dillsburg. The following day, witness saw same horse in Rebels' possession as they headed for Carlisle. Fitzhugh Lee
Deisinger, John Dover Dover 7/1 $320.00 2 2 black horses taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Diehl, George W. East Berlin Dover 6/30 $300.00 2 2 chestnut bay horses, harness French's cavalry
Dierdorff, Andrew Mulberry Dover 7/2 $300.00 2 9-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old black horse Stuart's cavalry
Doll, Michael W. Dover Dover 7/1 $415.00 3 Sorrel, black mare, black colt Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Adam J. York Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 5-yr-old chestnut bay taken from stable, along with horse owned by Jacob Emig Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Gabriel Dover Dover 6/29 $125.00 1 4-yr-old black horse taken by large force of Rebels from Adam Hamme's West Manchester stable French's cavalry
Emig, Gabriel Dover Dover 7/1 $375.00 3 8-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old bay, 15-yr-old bay mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Emig, George B. Emig's Mill Dover 6/29 $350.00 2 6-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old black mare. Along S. Salem Church Road French's cavalry
Emig, George B. Emig's Mill Dover 6/30 $250.00 2 18-yr-old gray horse, 9-yr-old dark bay. Along S. Salem Church Road Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Henry J. Dover Dover 7/1 $550.00 4 8-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old sorrel mare Fitzhugh Lee
Emig, Henry J. Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 10-yr-old bay taken from hiding place on the lands of Jacob Spangler Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Jacob Dover Dover 7/1 $75.00 1 8-yr-old bay taken from Adam J. Emig's stable Fitzhugh Lee
Feiser, George Jr. East Berlin Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Feiser, Samuel D. Dover Dover 7/1 $325.00 2 5-yr-old black horse, 3-yr-old black horse Stuart's cavalry
Fissel, George Davidsburg Dover 6/28 $195.00 1 Raided store: During morning, Rebels took his 4-yr-old gray horse, inventory of boots, 3 pr shoes, 4 slouch hats, tobacco, 15 yds calicoes, 10 lbs coffee, 10 pounds sugar, etc. French's cavalry
Frantz, Henry Dover Dover 7/1 $175.00 1 Rebels left him an old horse and took his in exchange. Stuart's cavalry
Furrer, Henry Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 Horse taken by Rebels Stuart's cavalry
Gerber, John Dover Dover 7/1 $600.00 2 6-yr-old chestnut bay stallion, 4-yr-old bay stallion. Gerber hauled a load of hay into a hollow in back of his barn and hid his horses in a nearby thicket. When Rebels explored the buildings, the stallion roared, revealing its location. Gerber attended Strayer's Church. Stuart's cavalry
Groff, Henry Davidsburg Dover 6/30 $523.50 3 8-yr-old red roan, 4-yr-old brown mare, 2-year-old black horse taken, as well as gears, 3 bridles, 2 collars, 2 halters, blanket, suit of clothes, pair of boots, 3 shirts, overcoat. Name misspelled as Grove on damage claim title. Early's division
Gross, Andrew Jr. Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $300.00 1 8-year-old stallion Stuart's cavalry
Gross, Daniel Dover borough Dover 7/1 $200.00 1 Campsite: Rebel cavalry horses destroyed field of timothy grass and clover (5 tons lost) & 5-yr-old black horse. 16 S. Main St. Field in back of house abutted Fox Run. Stuart's cavalry
Gross, David Dover Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 7-yr-old sorrel mare. Stuart's cavalry
Gross, George Dover Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 9-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Gross, Israel L. York Dover 6/29 $145.00 1 Rebels accosted him in Jackson Township, took $15 in U.S. notes and 3-yr-old bay Early's division
Hamm, Daniel Dover Dover 6/29 $168.00 1 11-yr-old black horse, 40 bu ears of corn taken from crib. Davidsburg Road. French's cavalry
Hamm, Jonas Dover Dover 6/29 $175.00 2 4-yr-old light roan, 4-yr-old chestnut bay French's cavalry
Heilman, Israel Dover Dover 6/28 $320.00 2 6-yr-old dark bay, 5-yr-old sorrel, 2 harnesses, saddle taken at 8:30 AM from stable French's cavalry
Heimann, John Dover Dover 6/29 $200.00 1 22-yr-old Arabian stallion, saddle French's cavalry
Heimann, John Dover Dover 7/1 $420.50 3 Spotted gelding, bay mare, dark bay gelding, 3 halters & chains Stuart's cavalry
Helsel, John Dover Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 13-yr-old red roan Stuart's cavalry
Heneise, David Detters Mill Dover 6/28 $425.00 3 4-yr-old dark bay mare, 7-yr-old dark bay, 11-yr-old dark bay French's cavalry
Herman, Adam York Dover 6/28 $235.00 1 4-yr-old roan, 20 cords of firewood. Early's infantry
Hinkle, Jacob Dover Dover 6/29 $350.00 2 8-yr-old gray horse, 3-yr-old bay French's cavalry
Hoffheins, Jacob Dover Dover 6/29 $200.00 1 7-yr-old bay French's cavalry
Holtzapple, Adam Dover borough Dover 6/29 $175.00 1 10-yr-old gray horse. S. Main Street French's cavalry
Ilgenfritz, Samuel J. Dover Dover 6/29 $1,025.00 5 8-yr-old dark bay, 4-yr-old bay mare, 6-yr-old sorrel mare, 7-yr-old sorrel, 4-yr-old dark bay. First house on south side Harmony Grove Road off Carlisle French's cavalry
Jacobs, Edward Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $300.00 2 7-yr-old black mare, 5-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Julius, Michael Newport (Admire) Dover 6/30 $125.00 1 Confederates took 9-yr-old bay mare during the morning French's cavalry
Julius, William & Louisa Davidsburg Dover 6/30 $0.00 No claim: Prowell (1907) Tavern owner provided 20 lunches for generals Early, Hays, and Smith, as well as staff officers. Early's division
Kann, John Dover Dover 7/1 $340.00 2 6-yr-old dark bay mare, 3-year-old sorrel mare Stuart's cavalry
Kauffman, Rudolph York Dover 7/1 $450.00 3 Three horses takn by Rebel cavalrymen Stuart's cavalry
Kinsey, John L. Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $50.00 1 13-yr-old white-gray mare. South side of Conewago Road. Stuart's cavalry
Kling, George Dover Dover 7/1 $350.00 2 5-yr-old gray mare, 7-yr-old spotted horse Stuart's cavalry
Kunkle, Daniel S. Dover Dover 7/1 $875.00 4 1 5-yr-old dark bay mule, 5-yr-old dark bay mare, 9-yr-old black mare, 3-year-old bay mare, 7-yr-old dun horse Stuart's cavalry
Landes, John L. Dover Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 9-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Lauer, Daniel Dover Dover 6/28 $725.00 5 9-yr-old gray mare, 4-yr-old black horse, 5-yr-old bay, 8-yr-old black mare, 7-yr-old bay mare French's cavalry
Lauer, Henry Dover borough Dover 7/2 $140.00 1 12-yr-old sorrel. 22 S. Main St. Stuart's cavalry
Lauer, John Dover borough Dover 6/28 $140.00 1 4-yr-old bay mare French's cavalry
Lauer, Reuben Dover Dover 7/1 $400.00 3 10-yr-old sorrel, 7-yr-old black mare, 18-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Lauer, Washington Dover Dover 6/29 $250.00 2 5-yr-old bay mare, 20-yr-old gray mare taken in the afternoon. S. Salem Church Road French's cavalry
Leas, Peter Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $160.00 1 7-yr-old dun horse, saddle Fitzhugh Lee
Leathery, Edward Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $200.00 2 7-yr-old black horse, 20-yr-old black horse Fitzhugh Lee
Leathery, Samuel Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $300.00 2 4-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old bay mare Fitzhugh Lee
Leckrone, Henry Dover Dover 6/30 $275.00 2 4-yr-old black draft mare, 5-yr-old draft mare Early's division
Leckrone, Henry Dover Dover 7/1 $200.00 2 4-yr-old bay, 14-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Lecrone, John York Dover 6/29 $300.00 2 Roan, bay mare French's cavalry
Leib, Jesse Dover Dover 7/1 $575.00 4 7-yr-old roan mare, 3-yr-old gray mare, 2-yr-old bay mare, 20-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Leib, Peter Dover Dover 6/29 $765.00 3 2 13-yr-old dark bay horse, 3-yr-old black horse, 2-yr-old brown horse, dark brown mule, 7-yr-old dark bay mule French's cavalry
Lenhart, David Dover Dover 7/1 $707.50 4 7-yr-old bay, 3-yr-old dark bay mare, 4-yr-old light bay mare, 10-yr-old black mare, riding saddle, harness, carriage whip, 50 bu corn, 10 bu 3-gallon bags Stuart's cavalry
Lenhart, Henry Dover Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old black horse. Claim filed by George Kann of W. Manchester for deceased. Stuart's cavalry
Lenhart, John Dover Dover 7/1 $461.25 4 6-yr-old gray mare, 16-yr-old black horse, 7-yr-bay, 2-yr-old sorrel colt, 125 bu bushel shelled corn. Stuart's cavalry
Linebaugh, Edward Davidsburg Dover 7/2 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Linebaugh, George Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $140.00 1 7-yr-old gray mare Fitzhugh Lee
Linebaugh, Henry Sr. Dover Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 4-yr-old dark roan mare taken from field Stuart's cavalry
March, Daniel East Berlin Dover 6/27 $125.00 1 13-yr-old bay mare taken from stable by 2 cavalrymen who led her away by a halter French's cavalry
March, David Franklinton Dover 7/1 $335.00 2 6-yr-old black horse, 3-yr-old black horse taken from stable at 1 PM Stuart's cavalry
May, Gideon Dover Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 3-yr-old bay colt taken from barn in the night. S. Salem Church Road. Fitzhugh Lee
May, John B. Davidsburg Dover 6/28 $0.00 Prowell (1907): Sat on a rail fence along Canal Road watching CSA column; Jubal Early snatched newspaper from his hand. Early's division
May, Solomon Dover Dover 7/1 $425.00 3 4-yr-old dark bay, 9-yr-old light bay, 11-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Meisenhelter, Daniel Dover Dover 7/1 $200.00 1 6-yr-old dark bay Stuart's cavalry
Meisenhelter, David & Anna Mary Dover Dover 6/28 $140.00 1 Rebels exchanged played out roan mare for his bay; later given $25 in trade for the nag. Bull Road. McClure (2003): On their way to destroy the Conewago bridges, Rebels dismounted at the farm and ate a meal. One attempted to steal horse. Tried to jump fence, but horse balked, Rider fled on foot, and horse returned to stable. Spelled Meisenhelder in some census data French's cavalry
Meisenhelter, Henry Dover Dover 6/29 $265.00 2 6-yr-old dark bay mare, 12-yr-old light bay, riding saddle French's cavalry
Meisenhelter, Samuel H. Dover Dover 6/29 $175.00 1 7-yr-old roan taken from stable off Bull Road French's cavalry
Melchinger, Englehart Dover borough Dover 7/1 $0.00 1 Armed trooper forced employee George Lecrone to surrender buckskin he was taking to safety in a sawmill east of Dover on Canal Road. Lived 5 N. Main St Stuart's cavalry
Metzler, Henry Dover borough Dover 6/29 $160.00 1 Raided store: Shoes and boots. 6-yr-old bay horse. Metzler and Henry Stough present during Rebel visit French's cavalry
Mickley, John Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $70.00 1 Black horse Stuart's cavalry
Miller, John Dover Dover 7/1 $300.00 2 7-yr-old black mare, 4-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Minich, George F. Dover Dover 6/30 $150.00 1 4-yr-old light brown horse Stuart's cavalry
Mummert, George Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $425.00 3 7-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old black mare, 5-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Murphy, James York Dover 6/29 $300.00 2 9-yr-old bay, 5-yr-old dark bay mare French's cavalry
Myers, Peter H. Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $225.00 1 7-yr-old dun taken from stable. Grain and grass eaten or trampled, fences broken down. Harmony Grove Road Fitzhugh Lee
Myers, Susanna Franklinton Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 18-yr-old gray mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Neiman, Levi Dover Dover 6/29 $300.00 2 7-yr-old dun mare, 3-yr-old black horse French's cavalry
Overdeer, Levi Dover Dover 7/1 $200.00 2 12-yr-old black mare, 8-yr-old sorrel mare. Off west side of Carlisle across from Temple School Road Stuart's cavalry
Pflieger, Michael York Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 10-yr-old bay horse. S. Salem Church Road Stuart's cavalry
Picking, William S. Dover borough Dover 6/29 $150.00 1 7-yr-old dark bay. Father-in-law of Levi Chronister. Surveyor French's cavalry
Quickel, Jacob Dover Dover 6/28 $165.00 1 12-yr-old gray mare, 1 pr chains, log chain taken from stable French's cavalry
Quickel, Jesse Dover Dover 7/1 $310.00 2 5-yr-old dark bay, 11-yr-old dark bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Quickel, John Dover Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 8-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Quickel, Michael Dover Dover 7/1 $325.00 2 12-yr-old dun, 5-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Raffensperger, George Dover Dover 6/29 $378.00 3 9-yr-old black horse, 10-yr-old bay mare, 7-yr-old roan mare, riding saddle French's cavalry
Raffensperger, John Dover Dover 6/29 $380.00 2 4-yr-old bay stallion, 8-yr-old gray mare French's cavalry
Rauhauser, Henry Dover Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 8-yr-old iron gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Rauhauser, William Dover Dover 6/29 $650.00 4 7-yr-old black, 13-yr-old black mare, 10-yr-old sorrel, 5-yr-old bay mare French's cavalry
Rupert, Jacob Dover Dover 6/29 $340.00 4 8-yr-old sorrel, 7-yr-old bay, 5-yr-old bay mare, 7-yr-old gray mare French's cavalry
Schriver, Frederick Dover Dover 6/30 $425.00 3 3-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old sorrel mare, 6-yr-old sorrel mare Stuart's cavalry
Seifert, Adam Detters Mill Dover 7/1 $0.00 2 Prowell (1907): Took team of horses from Seifert's son while working in a field Fitzhugh Lee
Sharp, John Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $260.00 2 7-yr-old black horse, 8-yr-old sorrel taken from stable. North side of Conewago Road Stuart's cavalry
Sheaffer, George Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $550.00 3 4-yr-old bay, 8-yr-old gray mare, 2-yr-old bay colt Fitzhugh Lee
Sheffer, Jacob S. Dover Dover 7/1 $175.00 1 4-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Shetler, Levi Dover Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 9-yr-old red roan Stuart's cavalry
Shetter, Peter Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $150.00 1 4-yr-old sorrel taken; Mary Shetter present Stuart's cavalry
Shuler, John Sr. Dover Dover 6/29 $400.00 2 6-yr-old bay mare, 4-yr-old bay mare; "ordinary farm horses" French's cavalry
Smith, Henry Harmony Grove Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 14-yr-old gray mare Fitzhugh Lee
Spahr, Elias Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $131.00 1 8-yr-old gray mare "good breeding" horse taken from hiding place in barn of David Grove in Warrington Township. Stuart's cavalry
Spahr, Henry M. Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $175.00 1 5-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, David Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $365.00 3 13-yr-old black horse, 9-yr-old black mare, 3-yr-old bay mare taken from a field in his presence. Also took William H. Spangler's horse Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Jacob Rossville Dover 7/1 $275.00 2 10-yr-old bay mare, 6-yr-old black horse taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, William H. Dover Dover 7/1 $130.00 1 5-yr-old bay taken from premises of David Spangler in Dover. Later, Henry W. Sprenkel saw this horse being led past his house Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, Henry M. Rossville Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 6-yr-old dapple gray mare taken from his stable Fitzhugh Lee
Sprenkle, Jesse Mount Royal Dover 7/1 $110.00 1 6-yr-old dun horse taken in his presence from his stable Stuart's cavalry
Stough, Benjamin Dover Dover 7/1 $275.00 2 8-yr-old gray horse, 16-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Stough, Henry Dover Dover 7/1 $100.00 1 9-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Stough, William Dover Dover 7/1 $575.00 3 8-yr-old iron gray horse, 5-yr-old iron gray mare, 3-yr-old iron gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Strayer, Jacob Dover borough Dover 7/1 $500.00 3 3-yr-old light bay, 2-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old dark bay mare. 32 N. Main St. Stuart's cavalry
Strayer, Peter Dover Dover 6/30 $405.50 2 6-bay mare, 4-yr-old dark bay mare ("finest mare in the county") taken from barn, as well as 4 fly nets and gears, hausers, harnesses, wagon saddle, 3 blind halters, 4 halters, 4 collars, 3 lines, wagon whip, and 5 grain bags. Davidsburg Road west of Admire Road. Early's infantry
Sunday, Jacob Dover Dover 7/1 $180.00 1 8-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Sweitzer, William York Dover 7/1 $130.00 1 6-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Wagner, Henry Dover Dover 6/28 $115.00 1 6-yr-old bay French's cavalry
Weaver, Alfred Dover Dover 7/1 $305.00 1 Campsite: 7-yr-old bay. 2 1/2 tons of hay. 5 acres of grass "pastured by Rebel horses." Stuart's cavalry
Wilt, Daniel F. York Dover 6/28 $155.00 1 5-yr-old light bay. Owned pottery at 15 W. Canal Street French's cavalry
Wilt, Henry F. Dover Dover 6/29 $140.00 1 7-yr-old black horse taken from stable; witnessed by Samuel Witman. French's cavalry
Wintermeyer, George Dover borough Dover 7/1 $125.00 1 3-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Wise, Henry Sr. Davidsburg Dover 7/1 $290.00 2 6-yr-old black mare, 6-yr-old roan Stuart's cavalry
Wise, John Dover Dover 7/1 $155.00 1 6-yr-old bay mare, bridle, martingale Stuart's cavalry
Wise, Solomon Dover Dover 7/1 $280.00 2 4-yr-old black mare, 2-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Witmer, Jacob Dover Dover 6/29 $130.00 1 4-yr-old bay French's cavalry
Witright, George Dover Dover 6/28 $150.00 1 7-yr-old brown mare French's cavalry
Yost, Oliver Jr. Dover borough Dover 7/1 $300.00 Raided store: calicoes, muslins, pants, vests, hats, gloves, handkerchiefs, hose, stationery, tobacco, cigars Stuart's cavalry
Zinn, Eli Davidsburg Dover 6/30 $700.00 4 12-yr-old bay, 10-yr-old bay, 6-yr-old black horse, 5-yr-old bay mare taken from stable during the night Stuart's cavalry
Zinn, Jonas Newport (Admire) Dover 7/1 $155.00 1 6-yr-old black horse taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Kilmore, D. P. Lewisberry Fairview 6/29 $480.00 2 4-yr-old sorrel, 4-yr-old black horse, 2 saddles & bridles taken from him in Lisburn, Cumberland County Jenkins' cavalry
Ross, Andrew Lewisberry Fairview 7/1 $350.00 Federal claim: illegible
Baish, Garret Franklinton Franklin 6/29 $100.00 1 12-yr-old dark bay taken by "large body of armed Rebels." Shoemaker in village. NW corner North St. & Baltimore. Jenkins' cavalry
Burgard, Jacob Clear Spring Franklin 7/2 $150.00 1 7-yr-old black horse. Stuart's cavalry
Burgard, Peter Franklinton Franklin 7/1 $213.00 2 Black colt, sorrel colt, 2 saddles, 2 bridles, 2 halters. Baltimore St. south of 74 Stuart's cavalry
Crowel, John Dillsburg Franklin 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Dick, Edward Clear Spring Franklin 7/2 $74.00 Raided mill and store: 50 bu corn, misc. merchandise and dry goods. Postmaster. Owned 230-acre farm & 100-acres of mountain land Stuart's cavalry
Dick, George Clear Spring Franklin 7/2 $140.00 1 6-yr-old bay. Father of Edward Dick. Capitol Hill (Old Harrisburg Rd) S. of Clear Spring. Former York County Commissioner. 180-acre farm Stuart's cavalry
Elicker, Henry Dillsburg Franklin 7/1 $300.00 2 5-yr-old bay, 8-yr-old dark brown horses taken from stable. South of 74 at township line Stuart's cavalry
Evans, Moses Dillsburg Franklin 6/29 $100.00 10-yr-old gray horse taken from field. Tenant on Alexander Underwood's farm near Dillsburg Jenkins' cavalry
Flohr, William Clear Spring Franklin 6/29 $250.00 2 8-yr-old roan, 8-yr-old gray mare. Union Spring Rd N of Clear Spring; S of Water. S. side of road Jenkins' cavalry
Hamm, Daniel Clear Spring Franklin 7/1 $325.00 2 Roan mare, bay mare hidden in cluster of chestnut trees on a Carroll Township farm. Fitzhugh Lee
Lau, David Clear Spring Franklin 6/29 $150.00 1 Bay mare. Range End Rd Jenkins' cavalry
Lerew, David K. Clear Spring Franklin 7/2 $143.50 150 bu corn, 12 bags, harness. Old Harrisburg Road north of Franklin Church Rd Stuart's cavalry
Livingston, Robert C. Clear Spring Franklin 7/2 $191.00 1 9-yr-old sorrel mare, 10 bu oats, 10 bu rye. 81-acere farm. Capitol Hill Road (Old Harrisburg Rd). Tanner in Adams County. 2 sons in the Union Army; 1 killed Stuart's cavalry
Menges, Joseph Dillsburg Franklin 7/2 $225.00 2 14-yr-old gray horse, 4-yr-old bay mare taken despite being "concealed in an out-of-the-way place" on his 125-acre farm Stuart's cavalry
Mumper, Edward W. Clear Spring Franklin 7/2 $127.00 1 7-yr-old black horse, halter & chain taken from a "secluded spot" on 140-acre farm. Spring Drive / Bushey School
Myers, Lewis Mount Top Franklin 7/1 $200.00 1 4-yr-old black stallion taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Raffensperger, John R. Mount Top Franklin 6/29 $100.00 1 4-yr-old roan mare, halter. Was riding horse away from home when overtaken by Rebels. Spring Drive Jenkins' cavalry
Raffensperger, John R. Mount Top Franklin 7/2 $444.00 3 7-yr-old bay mare, 2-yr-old bay colt, 2+-yr-old bay colt, 3 halters. Hidden in thicket. Stuart's cavalry
Rennoll, Jonathan Franklinton Franklin 6/27 $80.00 1 Bay mare taken from stable in Reading Township, Adams County Hays' infantry
Ritter, Henry Franklinton Franklin 6/29 $75.00 Spring wagon taken by Rebels. Merchant Jenkins' cavalry
Stough, Edmund Bermudian Franklin 7/2 $0.00 Two horses of Christian Wiley taken from hollow on Stough's farm Stuart's cavalry
Stover, William Franklinton Franklin 7/1 $300.00 1 6-yr-old roan stallion stolen and taken toward Dillsburg. Baltimore St. south of Franklintown Stuart's cavalry
Wiley, Christian Bermudian Franklin 7/2 $135.00 2 11-yr-old gray mare, 14-yr-old bay secreted in hollow on Edmund Stough's farm Stuart's cavalry
Yohn, Samuel Clear Spring Franklin 6/28 $136.00 1 5-yr-old roan mare, 16-yr-old bay, halters taken in Monroe Township, Cumberland Co. Jenkins' cavalry
Albright, David Q. & Trone, Samuel E. Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $895.50 Inventory moved from store to presumed safety at George Ginn house at entrance to Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 20 pr women's Swiss boots, 12 pr men's kid boots, 50 pr other boots & shoes, 3 pr children's shoes, hats & caps, stationery, notions Stuart's cavalry
Alleman, Dr. Horace Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $300.00 Federal claim: Baltimore Street resident Kilpatrick's cavalry
Althoff, David G. Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $120.00 Federal claim: Baltimore Street resident Stuart's cavalry
Bart, Jacob Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $110.00 1 13-yr-old gray horse. Reported skirmish nearby between Stuart and Kilpatrick Stuart's cavalry
Beard, William Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $25.00 Federal claim: Hanover printer
Boadenhamer, William Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/27 $1,000.00 Rebels overtook fleeing jeweler near Samuel B. Mumma's mill off York Road at Oil Creek. Confiscated inventory. 4 gold watches, 45 silver watches, 90 gold rings, 12 silver thimbles, 36 silver spectacles, 280 watch keys, 2 doz pen knives, 3 doz plated spoons, 12 butter knives, 12 silk watch guards, large lot of gold and plated breast pins / brooches and earrings. Gold watch chains. White's cavalry
Bowman, George Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/27 $200.00 1 7-yr-old brown mare stolen from him in person White's cavalry
Bowman, George Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $150.00 1 7-yr-old brown mare stolen taken from barn, while Barbara and Amanda Bowman watched from their porch Stuart's cavalry
Bowman, Michael Smith's Station Heidelberg 6/30 $175.00 1 8-yr-old sorrel taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Brown, George W. H. A. Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $250.00 2 Son George plowing in cornfield with roan mare; taken by Rebels. Later in afternoon, other Rebels stopped and demanded a dapple-gray mare from stable Stuart's cavalry
Eckert, Andrew Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $48.29 Federal claim:
Eichelberger, George Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $100.00 Federal claim:
Forney, Jacob Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $460.75 Campsite and battlefield: Battle damage and campsite for Union cavalry. Wheat and oat fields destroyed, along with fencing. 2 tons hay, 10 tons grass, 2 tons timothy. 30 bu oats taken from granary, 29 bu corn taken from crib. Half ton hay taken from barn. Saddle and bridle from stable. Off Frederick Street; damages were to separate tract of land along Plum Creek Rte just north of Rte 194 and the Adams County line. Note: this man was a retired tanner; another Jacob Forney "Bush Jake" owned a farm off Westminster Road occupied by CSA cavalry and artillery. Kilpatrick's cavalry
Forney, Karle Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $896.00 Campsite and battlefield: Federal claim: Battle damage and campsite for Union cavalry. Off Frederick Street Kilpatrick's cavalry
Forry, George F. Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $200.00 2 2-yr-old black horse, 7-yr-old chestnut bay taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Frank, Peter Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/27 $0.00 Prowell (1907): Rebels wanted horses re-shoed, forced Frank to open shop at gunpoint. Paid in U.S. greenbacks. White's cavalry
Ginn, George Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $0.00 Rebels presumed to be from Hampton's Brigade entered his property in the afternoon. Baltimore Street at Mt. Olivet Cemetery Stuart's cavalry
Grove Brothers Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/27 $0.00 Raided store: Prowell (1907): Rebels ripped down telegraph lines outside of store White's cavalry
Haar, Jesse Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $199.00 Federal claim:
Keller, Samuel Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $300.00 2 Federal claim: Rebels took his horses and placed artillery on Keller's farm. Between Frederick Street (Littlestown Road) and Westminster Road. Stuart's cavalry
Keller, Samuel Hanover Heidelberg 7/1 $192.75 Federal claim: Campsite: Union soldiers damaged land; took $4 dress coat, $1 grain bag, etc. Kilpatrick's cavalry
Leppo, Ephraim Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $100.00 1 Bay mare; skirmish took place in vicinity of Leppo farm Stuart's cavalry
Michael, Alpheus N. Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/27 $372.00 1 Federal claim: Rebels accosted the carriage maker Michael at gunpoint and took his 9-yr-old roan, saddle, and bridle White's cavalry
Miller, Henry Hanover Heidelberg 6/27 $100.00 1 While Miller was sick in bed, Charles Smith heard that "several hundred" Rebels were in Hanover. He went into Miller's stable and was leading out his dark road mare to take it to safety when Rebels arrived and took the horse. Family members informed Miller of its loss. White's cavalry
Mumma, Samuel B. Hanover Heidelberg 6/27 $150.00 1 3 to 4-yr-old bay horse. White's cavalry
Mummert, David Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $150.00 1 5-yr-old roan mare Stuart's cavalry
Myers, John A. Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $104.00 Federal claim: Stuart's cavalry
Pressel, George W. Smith's Station Heidelberg 6/30 $175.00 1 9-yr-old reddish roan. Was riding back to his house when he spotted 2 Rebels enter his barn and take his horses. One Rebel rode one of his horses through his yard. Stuart's cavalry
Rennoll, Henry Porters Sideling Heidelberg 6/30 $350.00 2 9-yr-old reddish gray horse, 8-yr-old dark gray horse. Left home at 3 PM to go to store a mile away; was told he "had better go home" as Rebels were coming that way. Returned 3:30; family told him horses were gone. Trailed 2 Rebels; discovered main column of Lee's brigade Stuart's cavalry
Rennoll, Isaac Porters Sideling Heidelberg 6/27 $140.00 1 10-yr-old dark bay. Two cavalrymen asked Rennoll where his horses were; he replied in the stable. One Rebel entered stable and took the horse. Rennoll tried to stop him. Rebel drew a revolver and told him if he did not desist, he would shoot him. White's cavalry
Rennoll, Isaac Porters Sideling Heidelberg 6/30 $273.50 3 5-yr-old black mare, 3-yr-old sorrel, 12-yr-old sorrel mare, 2 collars, 2 blind bridles, riding saddle, 2 halters & chains, driving whip. Horses were hitched to a wagon in a field; being driven by a hireling. Rennoll was in woods at the time, could not see the barn Stuart's cavalry
Rudisill, Aaron Porters Sideling Heidelberg 6/27 $0.00 Raided store: Rebels forced teenaged Rudisill to sit on a barrel while Rebels raided his father's store White's cavalry
Rudisill, Andrew Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $295.00 Campsite: Federal claim: Campsite for portion of Kilpatrick's Division June 30 - July 1. Located ~ one mile NE of Hanover square and east of (modern day) Moul Ave. Kilpatrick's cavalry
Schmidt, A. G. Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/27 $0.00 Prowell (1907): Rebels visited store, paid for good with CSA money. Rebel officer demanded whiskey; Schmidt had none and went to nearby hotel to obtain some White's cavalry
Slagle, David Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $60.00 Federal claim: Former chief burgess
Trimmer, Abraham Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $150.00 Federal claim:
Wildasin, John M. Hanover Heidelberg 6/27 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay mare taken from stable along today's Pumping Station Road White's cavalry
Wildasin, John M. Hanover Heidelberg 6/30 $265.00 2 7-yr-old bay, 2-yr-old bay taken from field along today's Pumping Station Road Stuart's cavalry
Yost, Jacob Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $60.00 Raided store: 28 hats Stuart's cavalry
Young, George & Sons Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $677.00 Raided store: Federal claim: Freight merchant at rail depot Stuart's cavalry
Zinn, George Hanover borough Heidelberg 6/30 $265.00 Raided store: 2 watches worth $25, large box of gold jewelry and earrings, 5 hand-woven silk shawls, several woolen shawls, shirts, bolts of broadcloth, dozens of handkerchiefs, piles of light weight cotton clothing, 2 "nice new men's suits," crocks of hand-churned butter, jars of apple butter, meat, and other food. 12 table knives & forks, 18 spoons. Money taken from drawer. Stuart's cavalry
Albright, Catherine J. Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $249.20 Federal claim: Tenant in 1st floor of house owned by George Harris, which burned as the bridge fire spread. Household goods and furniture destroyed. She took her children to another part of town for safety as the bridge burned. (Her husband was in the Union Army at the time.) Upper level occupied by Thomas Dasher testified in this claim.The state commissioners decided that Albright was entitled to $200. But claim was rejected by the Federal agent because it was ďnot shown the United States took or used any of the stores claimed for or that the original fire was lighted by United States authority.Ē 27th PVM
Blessing, Alexander Hallam Hellam 6/28 $242.00 Raided store: 200 dozen eggs, 20 pr boots, 20 pr shoes, 20 pr shoes, 25 yds calico, 6 tin buckets, 2 sacks of salts, 10 barrels of mackerel. Postmaster. 462 and Kreutz White's cavalry
Dasher, Thomas J. Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $199.85 Federal claim: illegible. Lived on 2nd floor of George Harris's house, which burned in the Wrightsville fire. Presumably household goods and furniture destroyed. 27th PVM
Dellinger, George W. Wrightsville Hellam 6/30 $900.00 Campsite: 20 acres wheat, 20 acres oats. "Property was a total loss." Gordon's infantry
Detweiler, Joseph Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $0.00 Campsite: Col. Jacob G. Frick's campsite before the skirmish of Wrightsville 27th PVM
Ebert, George D. Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $260.00 2 Spotted stallion 17 hands high. 13-yr-old gray horse. Spotted horse taken into Wrightsville; seen by Daniel Rudy. Farm N. of turnpike, w. of Cool Creek White's cavalry
Emig, Eli Hallam Hellam 6/29 $450.00 3 Gray horse, family's pet bay horse, 5-yr-old bay taken from stable White's cavalry
Grubb heirs estate Hallam Hellam 6/29 $0.00 Horses taken there by others for safety were taken about noon. Already counted. White's cavalry
Hantz, Henry Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $1,594.00 Raided hotel: Federal claim: Rebels broke into Union Hotel and raided liquor cellar. Hellam & Front St. Gordon's infantry
Harris, Rebecca Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $5,606.00 Loss of 3 buildings and contents during fire caused by the burning of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge at the orders of Maj. Gen. Darius N. Couch in Harrisburg. 2-story house / post office / confectionary store at the corner of Front and Hellam. 2nd house and a wooden frame foundry building. An additional $1223 was covered by insurance. Gordon's infantry
Kauffelt & Lanius Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $6,463.41 Federal claim: Lumberyard and mill destroyed by fire caused by the burning of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. Front St. Gordon's infantry
Kauffelt, Henry Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $2,766.30 Destroyed by fire: 6-wheel railcar, 4-wheel railcar, lumber and coal supplies, 2 coal screens, wheelbarrow scale, Front St. lumberyard buildings, front of Locust St. warehouse, coal bins, belting, shafts, 100 bu corn, 12 bu oats, 12 bags grain Gordon's infantry
Leber, Jacob G. Wrightsville Hellam 6/28 $233.00 Raided store: 10 hats, 13 caps, 15 pr boots, 10 pr shoes, 20 gallons molasses, 1.5 bbl sugar, spices, crackers, confections, wooden buckets (the latter used by the Confederates to help put out the fires in Wrightsville) Gordon's infantry
Magee, James F. Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $87.00 Federal claim: Chief Burgess of Wrightsville. Confederates protected house from burning; Magee's daughter Mary Rewalt served breakfast to Gordon there on June 29. Hellam St. Gordon's infantry
Rudy, Jacob Hallam Hellam 6/28 $300.00 1 8-yr-old family horse. "Horn Farm" n. of today's US30 Gordon's infantry
Rudy, Jacob R. Hallam Hellam 6/28 $425.00 2 Large roan horse, sorrel colt Gordon's infantry
Rudy, Samuel Hallam Hellam 6/29 $250.00 1 6-yr-old roan horse. "Horn Farm" on Horn Road. Hung himself in February 1864. White's cavalry
Sakemiller, Frederick K. Hallam Hellam 6/29 $150.00 1 11-yr-old sorrel White's cavalry
Smith, Samuel Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $0.00 No claim: Confederates billeted in house; Mrs. Smith found New Testament left behind; supposedly was her dead soldier son's Gordon's infantry
Smith, Samuel & Harris, George W. Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $221.37 Raided store: 60 hats, large quantities of shoes and clothing, 6 dozen pocket knives, 42 pairs scissors, tobacco, molasses, 30 lbs. coffee, buffalo robe Gordon's infantry
Stoner, David Hallam Hellam 6/29 $250.00 2 5-yr-old gray horse, 4-yr-old sorrel taken from his presence. Near railroad west of Hellam. White's cavalry
Stoner, Henry Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $155.00 1 6-yr-old bay, harness, spring wagon loaded with corn. Seized in Wrightsville. Gordon's infantry
Thomson, Alexander J. Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $249.50 Federal claim: illegible. Postmaster of Wrightsville Gordon's infantry
Thomson, H. M. Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $379.72 Federal claim: illegible Gordon's infantry
White, Nathaniel Wrightsville Hellam 6/29 $399.20 Federal claim: illegible Gordon's infantry
Becker, Levi Thomasville Jackson 6/29 $77.00 Raided store: 6 prs boots, tobacco, sugar, knives, groceries, handkerchiefs, notions, silver watch ($12) Early's division
Bingamon, John Thomasville Jackson 6/29 $175.00 1 4-yr-old bay French's cavalry
Emig, Michael B. Spring Forge Jackson 6/28 $390.00 2 4-yr-old bay stallion, 8-yr-old sorrel Gordon's infantry
Eyster, Peter Thomasville Jackson 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old black horse taken from barn during morning Stuart's cavalry
Hoke, Henry Spring Forge Jackson 7/1 $300.00 2 Raided mill: Sorrel mare, dun mare. Small quantity of wheat taken from mill; decided not to file a claim as he was uncertain as to the amount taken. Date does not match Early's known movements on July 1. Likely wrong date Early's division
Lau, Israel Spring Forge Jackson 7/1 $150.00 1 6-yr-old white horse taken from stable during the morning Stuart's cavalry
Menges, Andrew J. Spring Forge Jackson 6/27 $0.00 No claim: Rebels stopped by farmhouse off Roth's Church Road and requested a meal. Officer purported being John Gordon, according to family. White's cavalry
Miller, Moses Spring Forge Jackson 6/27 $115.00 1 14-yr-old brown horse, saddle, bridle White's cavalry
Myers, George Thomasville Jackson 6/29 $200.00 1 5-yr-old bay French's cavalry
Myers, Levi Thomasville Jackson 6/28 $160.00 1 9-yr-old sorrel Early's division
Naylor, Adam Thomasville Jackson 6/30 $125.00 1 3-yr-old sorrel. Union Township, Adams County. Early's division
Ramer, Henry Farmers Jackson 6/30 $0.00 Gibson (1886): "The squad of soldiers that passed back over the pike on the 30th, when near the former camping ground of Gordonís brigade, hearing the booming of the cannon at the engagement then taking place at Hanover, planted cannon on Henry Ramerís farm, in Jackson Township, expecting the arrival of the Union troops. Scouts soon returned reporting there were none near, and they then proceeded to join Early at East Berlin." Gordon's infantry
Roth, Rev. Samuel L. Roth's Church Jackson 6/27 $0.00 Rebels took his family horses, went to York, demanded interview with Jubal Early, got his horse back. Conscientious objector. Gordon's infantry
Roth, Samuel Roth's Church Jackson 6/27 $150.00 1 Forced Roth to draw a gelding into his barnyard in order to halter him, then led away the 7-year-old bay, "an excellent family horse." George Sunday later saw the Rebels leading the horse past his house. White's cavalry
Smith, Emanuel G. New Salem Jackson 6/30 $150.00 4-yr-old roan Stuart's cavalry
Smyser, George Spring Forge Jackson 6/28 $150.00 1 "One good horse." Neighbor George Sunday saw Rebels leading Smyser's horse past his house. Gordon's infantry
Smyser, John LaBott Jackson 6/28 $125.00 1 "One good mare" taken from stable as Amanda Smyser watched Gordon's infantry
Spangler, Israel Thomasville Jackson 6/28 $500.00 3 8-yr-old gray mare, 4-yr-old dark sorrel, 14-yr-old bay mare Early's division
Spangler, Nathaniel LaBott Jackson 6/30 $150.00 1 3-yr-old sorrel mare White's cavalry
Spangler, Peter Spring Forge Jackson 7/1 $300.00 2 4-5-yr-old bay, 14-15-yr-old black horse taken in the presence of Henry Hoke and John Erush. Mistaken date and unit?? Stragglers? Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, William Spring Forge Jackson 7/2 $160.00 1 7-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Stambaugh, Jacob H. Thomasville Jackson 6/28 $140.00 1 4-yr-old brown horse, harness, spring wagon. Theft witnessed by Alexander Fishel. Gordon's infantry
Wiest, John Spring Forge Jackson 6/27 $0.00 Campsite: No claim. White's adjutant purchased oats from Wiest to feed the horses White's cavalry
Witman, Daniel Thomasville Jackson 6/30 $150.00 1 9-yr-old black draft horse Gordon's infantry
Zeigler, Jesse Thomasville Jackson 6/30 $267.00 2 7-yr-old gray, 10-yr-old bay mare, 2 saddles, bridles Early's division
Keller, Simon Wrightsville Lower Windsor 6/29 $225.00 1 5-yr-old large sorrel mule White's cavalry
Sloat, David Wrightsville Lower Windsor 6/28 $0.00 Sloat and his father, while taking invalided grandmother to uncle's house in Canadochly, encountered 11 mounted Rebels on Mt. Pisgah White's cavalry
Bare, Samuel York Haven Manchester 6/27 $723.00 4 3 Campsite: 8 days worth of milk and butter from 7 cows, 8 bu potatoes, 2 barrels flour, 2 sheep, 2 barrels ham, harness, chopping axe, 4 sets gears, 8 acres oats; Horse used and worn out by army needed destroyed 20th PVM
Bentzel, Daniel H. Dover Manchester 6/29 $456.00 2 Raided mill: 7 barrels flour; iron-gray horse, 3-yr-old sorrel colt. Mill located on the Little Conewago Creek off of Greenbriar Road. French's cavalry
Brillinger, John Emigsville Manchester 6/29 $1,307.00 2 4 2 bay mules. dun mule, brown mule, 2 bay horses, 3 harnesses, 2 40-gallon barrels whiskey. 1 horse owned by son Jacob, brother Edward owned the other Early's division
Eisenhart, Dr. Adam Roundtown Manchester 6/29 $200.00 1 8-yr-old dark sorrel mare 15 hands high taken from stable on Stillmeadow Lane French's cavalry
Emig, John Jr. Emigsville Manchester 6/29 $247.00 Raided store: boots, shoes, hats, caps, calicoes, tobacco, cigars, merchandise, 10 bu oats, 2 barrels flour Smith's infantry
Ettinger, Rev. Jesse M. Emigsville Manchester 6/28 $698.75 Campsite: Raided Store: 200 bu oats, 200 bu corn, gears, chains, 9-week-old spotted fat calf, 20 acres timothy grass and clover destroyed, 1/2 barrel mackerel, 4 prs new boots, lady's Moroccan boots, lady's gold ring, 3 hats, clothing, silver spoons, knives, butter, raisins, bees, chickens, damage to garden produce Smith's infantry
Faust, Peter Foustown Manchester 6/28 $130.00 1 11-yr-old black mare taken on Sunday evening from Greenbriar Road French's cavalry
Frantz, Samuel Manchester Manchester 7/1 $300.00 1 4-yr-old black stud horse Stuart's cavalry
Frey, Henry F. Foustown Manchester 6/29 $245.00 1 Raided store: 7yr-old brown mare, calicoes, cigars, tobacco, notions, groceries. Greenbriar Road. French's cavalry
Good, David Emigsville Manchester 6/28 $150.00 1 About noon, Rebel cavalrymen took a 4-yr-old strawberry roan mare off Board Road French's cavalry
Good, Elias Emigsville Manchester 6/28 $215.00 2 Good watched as armed Rebels took a 14-yr-old black mare and a 9-yr-old sorrel mare from his barn off Board Road, as well as a saddle. French's cavalry
Good, Jacob Emigsville Manchester 6/28 $275.00 2 About noon, Rebels took 10-yr-old sorrel and 3-yr-old dark bay horse from his barn off Board Road French's cavalry
Hake, John C. Roundtown Manchester 6/29 $355.00 3 Hays' men discovered Hake, John B. Rutter, and Adam Hake protecting three horses in a field near Trout Run off Sinking Springs Road. Took 7-yr-old bay (16 hands high), 8-yr-old bay mare, and 6-yr-old roan horse and three sets of harness. Hays' infantry
Hake, John F. Roundtown Manchester 6/29 $688.00 3 8-yr-old bay, 5-yr-old bay, 7-yr-old bay mare, harness taken along Trout Run, off Sinking Springs Road Hays' infantry
Heilman, George Strinestown Manchester 7/1 $125.00 1 Strawberry gray mare taken at 9 AM from stable at son Henry's farm in West Manchester Township Stuart's cavalry
Heindel, Alfred York Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay taken from farm off Bull Road Stuart's cavalry
Hoff (Hough), Col. John York Haven Manchester 6/28 $121.18 Campsite: Federal claim: 400 Union soldiers per Gibson's History of York County. Destroyed fields of oats, rye, and hay. Burned all fence rails and 2,152 board feet of lumber as firewood. Expense for filling in rifle pits dug by militia. Farm off Wago Rd across from RR bridges 20th PVM
Hoffheins, Adam York Manchester 6/29 $171.00 1 7-yr-old dark bay horse, wagon saddle, bridle French's cavalry
Kehr, Christian A. York Manchester 6/29 $150.00 1 6-yr-old brown horse taken from field French's cavalry
King, Daniel Mount Wolf Manchester 6/30 $150.00 1 4-yr-old black horse Smith's infantry
King, Henry L. North York Manchester 6/29 $317.31 Campsite: 20 chickens slaughtered, $25 in money, garden vegetables, onions, 24 hams & shoulders, 50-lb can of lard, 13 bu oats & corn, 4 tons of hay in field damaged, 1.5 acres of pasture destroyed. Likely site of part of Smith's Brigade. West side of N. George St. south of 11th St. Smith's infantry
Kunkle, Elijah York Manchester 6/28 $80.00 $80 in cash and a valise taken from his house during the evening French's cavalry
Kunkle, Elijah York Manchester 6/29 $145.00 4-yr-old dapple gray horse taken from stable at 10 AM French's cavalry
Lehr, Adam York Manchester 6/28 $75.00 1 19-yr-old "kind and gentle sorrel" French's cavalry
Leib, Ezra York Manchester 6/29 $150.00 1 Neighbor Henry Fry watched as Rebels took 4-yr-old sorrel mare "in opposite direction from the premises." Greenbriar Road Early's division
Miller, Benjamin York Manchester 6/28 $0.00 Prowell (1907): French's 17th Virginia "compelled Benjamin Miller, an intelligent farmer, to go with them and direct them to the bridges, which they set fire to with coal oil. In the afternoon they went to York." Farm on Board Rd at Meeting House Rd French's cavalry
Myers, Edwin J. Emigsville Manchester 6/29 $185.00 1 4-yr-old sorrel, Rebels left a played out nag French's cavalry
Myers, Josiah E. Emigsville Manchester 6/29 $86.50 Raided mill: 8 barrels stone ground flour, 15 bushels of corn, 15 empty meal bags. Codorus Creek, off Mundis Mill Road Hays' infantry
Myers, Samuel Sr. Emigsville Manchester 6/28 $450.00 2 4-yr-old dark bay mule, 4-yr-old brown mule taken from barn French's cavalry
Rebman, Jacob York Manchester 7/1 $825.00 2 3 4-yr-old roan, 6-yr-old black mare, 3-yr-old dun mule, two black matched mules taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Rebman, Peter York Manchester 7/1 $325.00 2 5-yr-old brown horse, 4-yr-old iron gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Rutter, George & Rutter, John B. York Manchester 6/29 $705.00 1 3 Horse, 3 mules, 3 harnesses, 3 hausers, 3 fly nets, 3 blind bridles, 3 collars, 3 pr traces, 4 halters & chains, wagon whip, riding saddle. Destroyed other personal property. Geo. Rutter later forced to use inexperienced mules to plow; became unruly and reaper ran over Rutter, crippling him. Susquehanna Trail Hays' infantry
Rutter, Samuel York Manchester 6/28 $1,445.00 4 4 7-yr-old dark bay mare, 6-yr-old dark bay, 4-yr-old light bay colt, 4-yr-old light bay mare, 4-yr-old black mule, 4-yr-old dark bay mule, 10-yr-old mule, 8-yr-old yellow mule, 6 halters & chains, harnesses French's cavalry
Schall, Thomas B. North York Manchester 6/29 $225.00 Campsite: 7 acres clover and timothy, 1 1/2 acres of grass. Died in 1871; marked as J. (John) Schall on 1876 map. N. George St. North York. Smith's infantry
Schriver, Jacob York Manchester 6/28 $260.00 2 7-yr-old black horse, 3-yr-old brown mare French's cavalry
Small, Philip Albright & Samuel York Manchester 6/29 $0.00 1 Raided mill: No claim: Cassandra Small letter, July 20, 1863. "Pappa says that we didnít lose much ó the flour will be paid for. One of his horses was taken; all the rest were sent away. Our ponies, too, are safe." P.A. Small lived in York NW corner Market & Duke. Mill was along the west bank of the Codorus Creek Hays' infantry
Smyser, George Jr. York Manchester 6/29 $624.00 2 5-yr-old road 16 hands high, 4-yr-old sorrel mare 14 hands high, saddle, bridle Early's division
Wolf, George H. Mount Wolf Manchester 6/28 $0.00 Raided store: Prowell (1907): Dry goods and clothing French's cavalry
Baumgardner, George Xenia Manheim 6/30 $405.00 4 Bay taken from stable; sorrel mare, bay mare, gray mare taken from hiding place in overgrown, brushy field Stuart's cavalry
Becker, Jonas Porters Sideling Manheim 6/27 $75.00 1 9-yr-old roan taken from stable White's cavalry
Becker, Jonas Porters Sideling Manheim 6/30 $75.00 1 11-yr-old bay taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Christman, Levi M. Hanover Manheim 6/30 $600.00 3 Bay mare taken from stable; little colt left behind. Sorrel and roan seized while hidden a mile away in brushy meadow owned by George Millheim Stuart's cavalry
Dubs, George Marburg Manheim 6/30 $0.00 Rebels took two horses, but Louisa Dubs talked them into returning them to her. Dubs Chruch Rd area Stuart's cavalry
Dubs, William Marburg Manheim 6/27 $0.00 1 8-yr-old brown mare White's cavalry
Dubs, William Marburg Manheim 6/30 $886.40 1 Raided mill: 9-yr-old brown mare, 34 bushels wheat, 40 bushels rye, 315 bushels corn, 240 bushels corn, 30 5-gallon grain bags, hind gears, saddle, wagon line Stuart's cavalry
Kitzmiller, John Sinsheim Manheim 6/30 $130.00 1 Away from home during the day; came home in evening and discovered 12-yr-old sorrel mare missing from his stable along Sinsheim Road Stuart's cavalry
Kunkle, Jacob Manheim 6/30 $190.00 Federal claim: illegible Stuart's cavalry
Miller, John F. Sinsheim Manheim 6/30 $150.00 1 2-yr-old black mare taken from stable along Sinsheim Road Stuart's cavalry
Millheim, Christian Marburg Manheim 6/30 $405.00 2 Catherine Millheim, from her front porch, saw Rebels take 5-yr-old dun mare across a field from a hiding place in a stone quarry. Also, 9-yr-old chestnut bay seized while hidden on brushy meadow owned by neighbor George Millheim east of Dubs Mill Road near Landis. Also spelled Millhime in later county court records. Stuart's cavalry
Millheim, George Marburg Manheim 6/30 $0.00 No personal loss, other's horses secreted on his land were taken. Dubs Church Rd area Stuart's cavalry
Runkle, Daniel Marburg Manheim 6/30 $100.00 1 14-yr-old bay mare taken from enclosed apple orchard field. Witnessed by neighbor Elizabeth Dubs whose home was 100 yards away. Stuart's cavalry
Runkle, David Xenia Manheim 6/30 $240.00 2 9-yr-old brown mare, 18-yr-old dun mare. Dubs Church Rd area Stuart's cavalry
Runkle, Michael Xenia Manheim 6/30 $175.00 1 4-yr-old brown mare taken from stable. Dubs Church Rd area Stuart's cavalry
Schnyder, John W. Hanover Manheim 6/27 $300.00 2 From window, Schnyder saw 3 cavalrymen enter stable and take 13-yr-old and 4-yr-old roan mares. His son Levi had been at neighborís farm since early morning, helping with barn raising. In early afternoon, he walked home. A half-mile away, he spotted a squad of Rebels in a nearby field. Recognized his fatherís horses; one led by Confederate, the other being ridden. White's cavalry
Shyler, John H. Hanover Manheim 6/27 $181.00 1 4-yr-old gray mare, bridle, saddle White's cavalry
Shyler, John H. Hanover Manheim 6/30 $69.44 16 bu corn, 23 bu oats, 24 bu rye, 16 empty grain bags Stuart's cavalry
Snyder, John Marburg Manheim 6/30 $0.00 Bridle and saddle, 16 bushels corn, 23 bushels oats, 24 bushels rye, 16 empty grain bags. Dubs Church Rd area Stuart's cavalry
Wildasin, Peter Hanover Manheim 6/30 $400.00 3 6-yr-old gray, 4-yr-old bay, 11-yr-old bay mare taken from stable. Claim filed by widow Catherine. Off Blue Hill Rd Stuart's cavalry
Hartman, William Mechanicsburg Monaghan 6/30 $0.00 Rebels took others' horses from hiding place on his land Not specified
Hutton, John Mechanicsburg Monaghan 6/27 $375.00 2 6-yr-old bay, 3-yr-old bay. Rebel patrol rode from Mechanicsburg to Lisburn and on to Sidneytown before going on to Dillsburg Jenkins' cavalry
Burgard, John Marysville Monroe 6/29 $112.00 1 Cumberland County resident lost bay horse while visiting family. Rebels entered house and asked for food. While family was in cellar preparing provisions, Rebels took silver watch that had been hanging on a nail Jenkins' cavalry
Hartzler, Abraham Allen Monroe 6/29 $125.00 1 6-yr-old bay taken from Cumberland County man Jenkins' cavalry
Beck, Samuel Lewisberry Newberry 7/1 $80.00 1 15-yr-old chestnut horse taken from stable. Front & North streets Stuart's cavalry
Cassel, Henry Lewisberry Newberry 7/1 $225.00 Federal claim: illegible
Leas, John W. Lewisberry Newberry 7/1 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay horse Stuart's cavalry
Miller, Samuel Manchester Newberry 6/30 $175.00 1 6-yr-old black horse, saddle, bridle taken from stable by Union soldiers 22nd NY Militia
Bair, John New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $210.00 2 Federal claim: Stuart's cavalry
Bare, Henry New Salem North Codorus 6/27 $90.00 1 Horse White's cavalry
Bare, John Sr. New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $500.00 3 12-yr-old roan, 2 black horses taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Barnhart, Christiana New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $130.00 1 12-yr-old chestnut bay taken during evening Stuart's cavalry
Becker, Peter Seven Valleys North Codorus 6/30 $360.00 3 5 cavalrymen "stopped to steal horses" between 6-7 PM. Took 2 from field near dwelling and 1 from stable. Gray gelding, black horse, bay mare. Stuart's cavalry
Behler, Henry Hanover Junction North Codorus 6/30 $200.00 1 Sorrel horse Stuart's cavalry
Behler, Jacob Hanover Junction North Codorus 6/30 $180.00 1 Black mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Behler, Jesse Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $250.00 2 Bay horse, bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Boyer, Jacob New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $350.00 2 5-yr-old sorrel, 9-yr-old chestnut mare taken from field during the evening Stuart's cavalry
Brenneman, Peter New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $606.00 3 3-yr-old brown stallion, 2 bays, buggy, harness, 3 halters, 1 ton hay. Received 2 broken down horses in exchange (valued at $40) Stuart's cavalry
Dick, Henry New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $300.00 2 8-yr-old bay, 10-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Diehl, William Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $750.00 3 1 5-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old sorrel, 7-yr-old bay mare, 5-yr-old black mule Stuart's cavalry
Ehrhart, Elias New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $550.00 3 5-yr-old gray horse, 4-yr-old sorrel mare, 5-yr-old brown mare taken at 7 PM Stuart's cavalry
Ehrhart, William New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $160.00 1 8-yr-old red roan taken from barn during evening. 1864/1865 7 of Ehrhart's children died of diphtheria Stuart's cavalry
Emig, John Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $300.00 2 Two 6-yr-old sorrels Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Levi Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $170.00 1 7-yr-old roan Stuart's cavalry
Eyster, Israel New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $170.00 1 After dark, Rebels took 8-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Falkenstine, Solomon New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $125.00 1 4-yr-old dun mare taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Fickes, Burnett New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $200.00 1 7-yr-old gray Stuart's cavalry
Folkemer, Elias New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $253.00 2 14-yr-old gray mare, 3 yr-old dark roan mare taken from field. Rebels then entered his barn and emerged with a bridle and wagon whip. Stuart's cavalry
Gentzler, Levi New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $300.00 2 5-yr-old black mare, 5-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Gibbons, Simon H. New Salem North Codorus 6/29 $540.00 2 Tavern keeper: 5-yr-old "very fast" roan mare, 10-yr-old cream colored horse, saddles, halters, 2 tons hay French's cavalry
Gipe, Francis New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $120.00 1 Tavern keeper: 5-yr-old black horse. Stuart ate dinner at either 61-yr-old Gipe's hotel or Simon Gibbons' hotel Stuart's cavalry
Gladfelter, George Thomasville North Codorus 6/30 $350.00 2 6-yr-old bay mare, 6-yr-old gray mare taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Glatfelter, Daniel Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $550.00 3 During night, armed Rebels took 5-yr-old sorrel, 5-yr-old brown horse, and 9-yr-old brown mare from his field Stuart's cavalry
Glatfelter, Daniel Sr. New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $175.00 1 During night, armed Rebels took 10-yr-old mare (blind in one eye) from his field Stuart's cavalry
Glatfelter, John New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $499.00 2 5-yr-old bay, 12-yr-old gray, harness taken from barn. 4 tons hay fed to cavalry's horses. Destroyed 6 acres of grass, fields of oats and corn while grazing. Stuart's cavalry
Hamm, George Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $350.00 3 3-yr-old sorrel, 7-yr-old sorrel, 9-yr-old bay mare. NW corner intersection of Green Valley and 616 Stuart's cavalry
Hamm, John Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $150.00 1 1-year-old light bay horse Stuart's cavalry
Heindel, John New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $125.00 1 6-yr-old sorrel mare Stuart's cavalry
Hoff, Henry Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $450.00 3 8 men from rear guard ransacked the first floor and springhouse. Seized horses and took clothing, food, and supplies. Took several jugs of whiskey from distillery. 5-yr-old sorrel, 5-yr-old sorrel mare, 6-yr-old gray mare. Zeiglers Church Rd by Panther Hill Stuart's cavalry
Hoffman, Jesse K. New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $165.00 1 7-yr-old sorrel, bridle, riding saddle taken from father Levi Hoffman's stable Stuart's cavalry
Hoffman, Levi New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $0.00 Rebels raided his stable and took his son's horse (already tabulated) Stuart's cavalry
Kerchner, John Glen Rock North Codorus 6/30 $403.00 3 15-yr-old gray horse, 13-yr-old bay mare, 7-yr-old black mare, 2 halters Stuart's cavalry
Kessler, Solomon Jefferson North Codorus 6/30 $150.00 1 7-yr-old gray horse Stuart's cavalry
Kline, John S. New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $213.46 1 Raided store/hotel: Reported both Fitzhugh Lee and Stuart. Lost horse, halter & chain. 1 doz slouch hats, 10 yds cloth, 10 lbs tobacco, cutlery, pins & needles, thread, combs, groceries, razor strops and brushes, pocket knives, $3.75 in cash. Stuart's cavalry
Klinedinst, Peter New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $566.50 3 About 7 PM, Rebels took 8-yr-old sorrel gelding and 7-yr-old dark bay mare from a field; took 4-yr-old dark bay from barn, as well as 35 bu oats, 8 bu rye Stuart's cavalry
Krout, David Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $303.50 2 11-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old bay mare, 90 bu wheat, 10 bu corn Stuart's cavalry
Messersmith, John K. New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $110.00 1 12-yr-old black bald mare taken from stable in evening. 1 ton hay. Stuart's cavalry
Miller, Jacob Porters Sideling North Codorus 6/27 $200.00 1 5-yr-old light bay mare taken from stable White's cavalry
Miller, Jacob Porters Sideling North Codorus 6/30 $250.00 1 5-year-old dark bay mare, 14-yr-old bay horse taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Miller, Jonas New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $125.00 1 4-yr-old roan Stuart's cavalry
Mummert, John New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $150.00 1 6-yr-old dark brown mare Stuart's cavalry
Myers, Conrad Cold Spring North Codorus 6/30 $332.00 1 Raided store: Afternoon. Rebels dismounted and "forcibly entered" the locked country store. Took muslins, calicoes, cloth, silks, silverware, hatchets, files, shoes, jugs, boots, caps, hats, coffee pots, buckets, dry goods, sundries, jars of molasses, bottles of wine, kegs of whiskey. One Confederate "took about twenty dollars in money from the drawer." Store at Cold Spring Station. Other soldiers took a sorrel from stable and 50 bushels of corn from mill (NE of Jefferson on Green Valley Road). Stuart's cavalry
Myers, Conrad H. Jefferson North Codorus 6/30 $500.00 3 8-yr-old black horse, 7-yr-old brown horse, 8-yr-old brown horse taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Rennoll, Charles Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $352.00 2 3 1/2-yr-old sorrel, 8-yr-old dapple gray horse, 2 halters & chains Stuart's cavalry
Ruth, Jacob New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $125.00 1 13-yr-old gray horse Stuart's cavalry
Schive, George F. Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $500.00 3 5-yr-old sorrel mare, 4-yr-old dapple gray, 4-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Schive, Jacob Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $350.00 2 4-yr-old gray "very good" horse, 4-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Senft, William New Salem North Codorus 6/29 $175.00 1 6-yr-old bay mare taken from stable French's cavalry
Smith, Henry New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $378.00 3 12-yr-old brown horse, 4-yr-old dark brown horse, 12-yr-old gray mare, 3 halters & chains. Witnessed by near neighbor Charles Rennoll Early's infantry
Snyder, George New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $150.00 1 8-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, David B. New Salem North Codorus 6/29 $947.50 3 Raided store and mill: 5-yr-old bay stallion, 6-yr-old dark bay, 6-yr-old gray mare, 2 saddles, 2 bridles. 8 pr boots, 10 shirts, watch, 6 hats, clothing, dry goods, 36 crocks of apple butter, $20 in coins, 20 empty grain bags, 125 bu mixed grain, gold pen & pencils, 4 pocket knives, 4 sets of knives & forks, provisions and "eatibles", 2 tons of hay. Damage done to grist mill and other property not listed also taken by Rebels. French's cavalry
Stouffer, John E. Jefferson North Codorus 6/30 $325.00 2 8-yr-old gray mare, 10-yr-old black mare taken from stable. Claim filed for the deceased by his widow Catherine. Stuart's cavalry
Strickhouser, Adam Hanover Junction North Codorus 6/30 $300.00 2 5-yr-old horse, 8-yr-old mare taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Strickhouser, Peter Hanover Junction North Codorus 6/30 $355.00 2 5-yr-old bay mare, 6-yr-old roan mare, 10 bu wheat, 15 bu rye, 40 by oats Stuart's cavalry
Tyson, Henry New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay stallion taken from field. Neighbor Henry Ramble heard the Rebels enter the field and take the horse. Stuart's cavalry
Walker, Daniel Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $600.00 4 5-yr-old brown, 4-yr-old brown, 8-yr-old black, 12-yr-old gray horses Stuart's cavalry
Walker, Simon Seven Valley North Codorus 6/30 $475.00 3 4-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old black mare Stuart's cavalry
Zeigler, John Epley Hanover Junction North Codorus 6/30 $1,940.00 6 Federal claim: 6 tons hay, 500 bushels corn, 35 bushels oats, 6 "fine horses." Stuart may have used Zeigler's house for a conference with his commanders. Other accounts place this to the west at John Bernhart Zeigler's old tavern. Patapsco / Green Valley roads Stuart's cavalry
Zeller, Henry New Salem North Codorus 6/30 $352.00 2 6-yr-old chestnut brown horse, 12-yr-old sorrel mare taken from field at 9 PM; new blind bridle taken from barn. Coffin-maker and carpenter Stuart's cavalry
Altland, George Jacob Big Mount Paradise 6/30 $648.00 4 7-yr-old black horse, black mare, bay horse, bay colt, harness gears, 3 bridles, 3 collars, 4 halters / chains, saddle, leather line. Brother of Solomon Altland. Canal Road. Early's division
Altland, Jacob S. Farmers Paradise 6/28 $0.00 Campsite: No claim filed. Gordon used Altland house as his headquarters. York's surrender negotiated there. Carpenter by trade. Gordon's infantry
Altland, Peter East Berlin Paradise 7/1 $974.50 6 6 horses, 5 harnesses, 2 saddles, 2 bridles, 3 halters. Left home to take team to safety; learned at Loucks' Mill that Columbia Bridge was burned; headed northward. Rebels stopped him at the stone bridge near George B. Emig's Mill. Stuart's cavalry
Altland, Solomon Big Mount Paradise 6/27 $390.00 3 Daughter watched Rebels take brown horse from stable and gray / brown mares from field. Brother of George Jacob Altland. Off Canal Road. Early's division
Altland, William S. East Berlin Paradise 6/30 $641.00 4 4 horses, harness, silver watch Stuart's cavalry
Baker, Jacob Farmers Paradise 6/28 $750.00 1 Raided store: $150 groceries, $100 hats and caps, assorted calicoes, woolens, delicacies, and all dishes. Also visited his nearby farm; took 4-yr-old bay $150 Gordon's infantry
Becker, Michael Thomasville Paradise 6/30 $125.00 1 Sorrel mare taken from hiding place on Nathaniel Spangler's farm White's cavalry
Burgard, Michael East Berlin Paradise 6/27 $51.00 2 tons hay, 10 bu corn. 1 cord of hickory and oak wood taken "during march from Gettysburg to York" Early's division
Crist, Solomon H. East Berlin Paradise 6/27 $140.00 1 4-yr-old mare Early's division
Enders, John East Berlin Paradise 6/30 $100.00 1 11-yr-old black horse Early's division
Fahs, Daniel Big Mount Paradise 6/30 $75.00 1 7-yr-old sorrel. Off Canal Road. Stuart's cavalry
Ferree, John East Berlin Paradise 6/27 $125.00 1 Roan mare taken from Ferree near the house of his neighbor, Peter Trimmer. Conscientious objector. French's cavalry
Gise, John Thomasville Paradise 6/30 $175.00 1 4-yr-old bay horse White's cavalry
Heneise, Daniel East Berlin Paradise 6/28 $150.00 1 4-yr-old roan French's cavalry
Hoffman, Jesse East Berlin Paradise 6/27 $140.00 1 4-yr-old dark bay French's cavalry
Jacobs, Alfred W. East Berlin Paradise 7/2 $481.90 1 3-yr-old bay taken from stable; 7 hams, 7 pork shoulders, 40# lard, knives & forks, razors, hats. 10 tons of hay destroyed or taken Not specified
Jacobs, Alfred W. East Berlin Paradise 7/4 $0.00 1 8-yr-old dapple gray taken from father-in-law's (George Sauers) stable Not specified
Jacobs, Cornelius Big Mount Paradise 6/27 $70.00 1 Rebels "fifty paces from his barn" took his 14 or 15-yr-old gray horse Early's division
Julius, Thomas Big Mount Paradise 6/28 $150.00 1 7-yr-old dark bay French's cavalry
Maul, Peter F. Farmers Paradise 6/28 $435.00 3 4-yr-old sorrel, 12-yr-old bay, 3-yr-old dun mare Gordon's infantry
Metz, Martin Big Mount Paradise 6/27 $100.00 1 6-yr-old black mare. Off Canal Road. Early's division
Mummert, Isaac Big Mount Paradise 6/30 $728.00 5 9-yr-old dark horse, 7-yr-old dark bay, 5-yr-old sorrel, 2-yr-old iron gray colt, 2-yr-old black stallion colt, 3 sets of gears, collar, bridle, wagon saddle, whip, riding saddle, bridle, halter, 6 halters and chains, 4 muslin shirts, watch, pr new shoes, new suit of clothes. Levi Will was conveying the horses to safety in Lancaster County when overtaken and seized on a road in Dover Township. Early's division
Noel, Michael East Berlin Paradise 7/1 $295.00 Federal claim:
Noel, Peter East Berlin Paradise 7/1 $100.00 Federal claim:
Raffensperger, Christian M. York Paradise 6/30 $899.60 2 Raided store: Raffensberger, Clement Hammer and George F. Altland were belatedly loading goods into a spring wagon. Rebels seized the wagon, harness, and horses, along with shoes, 50 yds calico, muslin, cassimer woolens, quilts, blankets, 10 yds black cloth, other cloth, silk, coats, hats, shoes, linen bed sheets, coverlets, towels, boots, smoking & chewing tobacco, 10 razors. White's cavalry
Rentzel, Josiah East Berlin Paradise 6/30 $575.00 3 5-yr-old bay mare, 2 1/2-yr-old bay colt, 7-yr-old bay mare, 3 sets new wagon harness Early's division
Sauers, George East Berlin Paradise 7/4 $0.00 0 Rebels raided stable and took son-in-law's (Alfred W. Jacobs) 8-yr-old dapple gray horse (previously tabulated) Not specified
Spahr, Jesse East Berlin Paradise 6/28 $138.00 1 3-yr-old brown mare, riding saddle taken from stable. "Large Rebel cavalry force" passed by his residence. Big Mount Rd NW of Big Mount French's cavalry
Stauffer, Ephraim East Berlin Paradise 6/28 $75.00 1 Horse. Canal Rd SW of Big Mount Early's division
Straley, Abraham East Berlin Paradise 6/27 $200.00 1 Federal claim: Black mule taken by Gordon's Brigade Gordon's infantry
Straley, Abraham East Berlin Paradise 6/30 $200.00 1 Federal claim: Bay mare taken by Union cavalrymen Kilpatrick's cavalry
Strayer, Theophilus East Berlin Paradise 6/27 $300.00 2 3-yr-old roan, 3-yr-old bay mare taken from stable French's cavalry
Trimmer, Jonas East Berlin Paradise 6/30 $258.00 2 9-yr-old bay, 7-yr-old bay, wagon harness, wagon, trunk of clothes. Later recovered his two horses 1 1/2 years later at an expense of $50. Early's division
Trimmer, Peter East Berlin Paradise 6/30 $495.00 2 7-yr-old dun mare, 4-yr-old brown horse, harness, clothing. Conscientious objector. Early's division
Wehler, Israel East Berlin Paradise 6/29 $300.00 2 7-yr-old brown horse, 6-yr-old brown mare French's cavalry
Zinn, Jacob R. Big Mount Paradise 6/27 $0.00 Recently widowed Elizabeth (Emig) Zinn fed a meal to Jubal Early and his staff Early's division
Zinn, Jacob R. Big Mount Paradise 6/27 $374.00 2 Campsite: 9-yr-old gray horse, 3-yr-old bay mare, 100 bu corn from crib, 2 tons of hay Early's division
Coyle, James Cumb. County South Middlesex 6/29 $150.00 1 5-yr-old bay mare had been "taken to York County for the purpose of preventing it from falling into the hands of the Rebels. She, with many others, were at what was considered a safe spot in Warrenton Township but was captured by the Rebel army." Likely on Round Top. Had been secreted on June 27. Jenkins' cavalry
Brillinger, Jacob Frystown Spring Garden 6/29 $803.00 Campsite: 247 bushels corn, 68 bushels oats, 22 acres hay, and "nearly all" the fences. Confederates ordered his wife and family to serve 300 meals, washed down with 6 barrels of whiskey. Encampment of "over 500 cavalry horses." French's cavalry
Diehl, Charles York Spring Garden 7/1 $464.00 Federal claim: Son of Jacob Diehl.
Diehl, Jacob York Spring Garden 6/29 $200.00 1 4-yr-old black horse 15.5 hands high. Eberts Lane. Owned mill along Codorus. Smith's infantry
Dietz, Michael York Spring Garden 6/28 $180.00 1 John Miller spotted Rebels leading Deitz's 8-yr-old horse out of the alley where Deitz's stable was located. Off Memory Lane Extension Gordon's infantry
Dietz, Samuel York Spring Garden 6/28 $42.50 85 pairs of steel horse shoes. Off Ore Bank Road near Rocky Ridge Park French's cavalry
Emig, John York Spring Garden 6/28 $950.00 1 4 Two 3-yr-old mules, 7-yr-old mule, 6-yr-old mule, young horse, harnesses. Christian Seiple had taken animals to Codorus Hills in Hellam Township to presumed safety. This John Emig was the son of Valentine Emig. Gordon's cavalry
Fidler, Jonas York Spring Garden 6/28 $224.00 1 3-yr-old roan, 50 bu corn, 3 tons hay French's cavalry
Flory, John York Spring Garden 6/29 $317.00 2 Campsite?: 8-yr-old gray mare, 16-yr-old dark bay mare, 5 bu oats, 5 bu corn, 100 fence rails French's cavalry
Gotwalt, Daniel York Spring Garden 6/28 $60.00 1 During the morning, Rebels took 10-yr-old bay mare from stable. Deceased by 1871, son Benjamin filed claim White's cavalry
Hively, Samuel Pleasureville Spring Garden 6/28 $425.50 Campsite: 1500 rails burned by Louisiana infantrymen, 75 cords of firewood. Field of growing wheat and oats destroyed (100 bu). Hays' infantry
Jessop, Edward York Spring Garden 6/29 $0.00 No claim: 20 troopers and captain stopped at "Springwood" farm; were invited to pick fruit from Napoleon Cherry tree. Inspected discharge papers of ex-soldier Charles Jessop. French's cavalry
Kauffman, Isaac York Spring Garden 6/28 $0.00 Resting stop: Gordon's brigade rested in the orchards around the farm at mid-day Sunday while en route from York to Wrightsville. Owned then by Jacob Holtzinger??? Gordon's infantry
Keller, Emanuel G. Pleasureville Spring Garden 6/29 $35.00 Raided Store: Shoes, hats, pencils, etc. Now 2543 North Sherman Street. Hays' infantry
Kessler, Jacob Pleasureville Spring Garden 6/29 $1,795.10 2 5 Rebels encountered Kessler, William Kessler, and William H. Kessler taking horses to safety near Possumtown (Pleasureville); forced them to drive the team into the Rebel camp. Took 5 mules, farm wagon, 4 fly nets, 5 halters/chains, 2 traces. Also took from his farm a bay stallion, black family horse, riding saddle, bridle, 13 3-bu bags, 10 bu corn & oats & horse feed, 3 bu shelled corn Hays' infantry
Kohr, Daniel York Spring Garden 6/29 $118.00 Campsite: 9 acres of grass cut down and taken to feed horses. Land "camped on." Also lost 8 barrels of flour taken from Josiah E. Myers' mill. Owned 5 farms, including 2 in Manchester Township. French's cavalry
Loucks, Henry I. & Zachariah K. Loucks Pleasureville Spring Garden 6/29 $550.00 Campsite: Raided mill: 400 bu corn, 20 tons of hay, 15 acreas of wheat destroyed; 500 fence rails burned. Codorus Creek Hays' infantry
Loucks, Zachariah Kepner Pleasureville Spring Garden 6/29 $1,155.00 Campsite: 60 bu corn, 50 bu oats, 25 tons of hay, 20 acres grass and grain, fences burned, boarded and fed 100 officers and 1000 "privates" for about three days. Rebels "filled their haversacks with flour, amounting to 25 barrels." Codorus Creek Hays' infantry
Schriver, Samuel York Spring Garden 6/30 $165.00 1 4-yr-old bay taken in morning from stable. Later living in York Borough when he filed his claim French's cavalry
Seiple, Christian York Spring Garden 6/29 $105.00 10-yr-old bay mare, bridle, halter taken from the Grubb heirs estate in Hellam Township about noon. White's cavalry
Smyser, Albert Herman York Spring Garden 6/29 $175.00 3 Prized 3-yr.old black horse White's cavalry
Smyser, Henry York Spring Garden 6/29 $700.00 4 5-yr-old bay, 10-yr-old bay, 10-yr-old black mare, 4-yr-old black mare, 3 harnesses taken from hiding place on land of the Grubb heirs in Hellam Township. White's cavalry
Stevens, Samuel York Spring Garden 6/29 $129.15 4 hams, 75 bbl lard, 3 sides of leather, 19 crocks of apple butter, bed clothing, men's and women's clothing, chickens, garden produce, dishes, furniture taken from house. Rebels destroyed a bureau and a barrel of vinegar. A. J. Myers witnessed. Hays' infantry
Strickler, Daniel York Spring Garden 6/29 $100.00 1 5-yr-old sorrel hidden June 27 in thicket on the premises of Henry Kauffman of Windsor Township. Taken June 29 and led off toward the farm of Jacob Dehoff, who saw it being led by his house. Likely taken by Thomas B. Board, Lt. Co. H, 17th Virginia Cavalry French's cavalry
Wambaugh, Michael York Spring Garden 6/29 $205.00 1 5-yr-old gray mare, halter, bridle. Conscientious objector. French's cavalry
Bott, Henry Seven Valley Springfield 6/23 $50.34 Campsite: Capt. Edgar G. Sheble's Co. C, 20th PVM. 600 ft boards, 152 ft planking, 8 lbs nails, lumber, hand saw, hatchet. Sheble returned some of the boards before the 20th was driven off by the Rebels 20th PVM
Bott, Henry Seven Valley Springfield 6/27 $200.00 2 Gray horse, bay mare White's cavalry
Bott, Henry & Hartman, Ephraim D. Seven Valley Springfield 6/27 $400.00 Raided store: 2 PM. "Company of more than fifty Rebel cavalry came to their store." Calico, muslin, gingham, dress goods, cassimer, hats, shoes, boots, hose, handkerchiefs. "not having any wagons, they could not take large quantities of groceries," but the Rebels took an axe and damaged the fire-proof safe in their efforts to open it. The key had been taken away by one of the firm when the Rebels arrived. Sarah (Zeigler) Bott refused to accept CSA cash from the only Rebel who tried to pay her. White's cavalry
Bowman, Jacob Hanover Junction Springfield 6/27 $300.00 1 Horse White's cavalry
Bowman, Jacob Hanover Junction Springfield 6/30 $36.00 Campsite: Federal claim: 600 chestnut rails taken and burned as fuel @ $6 per/100 rails - $36. Claim rejected by Federal agent because "... the taking was the unauthorized, depredatory acts of soldiers in the State and not in the United States service. Larue Rd E of tracks off 616 20th PVM
Bowman, Jacob Hanover Junction Springfield 7/1 $31.60 Resting stop: 6 bu corn @ 85 cents/bu - $5.10, 3 bu oats @ 50 cents/bu - $1.50, 3 acres of timothy grass, pastured - $25. "A great many horses of Gregg's Div. ... [unintelligible] ... was pastured on the 3 acres of grass about 6 hours until all was eaten up." Gregg's troops "stopped all afternoon to rest and feed their horses" and that "one officer and several privates" rode up to his barn, "dismounted and took the oats and corn" and transported it "... to the regimental camp and fed it to their horses, they gave no receipt but told [him] to make out his bill and it would be paid." Gregg's cavalry
Fishel, Henry Seven Valley Springfield 6/27 $1,200.00 5 PM. Broke open locked door of distillery room. "About 300" Rebels drank rye whiskey before an officer intervened. Destroyed 46 42-gallon barrels by smashing in the barrelheads; $1,200 alcohol poured onto the floor. White's cavalry
Henry, Isaac K. Hanover Junction Springfield 7/1 $66.00 Federal claim: illegible
Henry, Joel Hanover Junction Springfield 7/1 $40.00 Federal claim: missing
Henry, John R. Hanover Junction Springfield 7/1 $190.00 Federal claim:
Klinefelter, Slagle & Company Hanover Junction Springfield 6/27 $215.00 8-wheel railcar owned by Hanover company burned during cavalry raid White's cavalry
Krebs, Jeremiah Glen Rock Springfield 6/27 $150.00 1 10-yr-old gray horse White's cavalry
Krebs, Jeremiah Glen Rock Springfield 7/1 $18.00 Resting stop: "Whole" division en route to Gettysburg "spent most of day resting and feeding their horses." 1 ton of hay taken as forage to feed the animals. Gregg's cavalry
Scott, John Hanover Junction Springfield 6/27 $0.00 No claim filed: Rebels raided hotel / tavern along the railroad tracks; an officer stopped the men and posted a guard White's cavalry
Wible, Joseph Hanover Junction Springfield 6/27 $1,100.00 Adams County man lost two railcars burned at Hanover Junction during cavalry raid White's cavalry
Altland, Daniel G. Mount Top Warrington 7/1 $378.00 3 3-yr-old bay mare "forcibly" taken from stable; 13-yr-old gray mare, 10-yr-old black mare taken from woods on Michael Gentzler's land. 3 halters / chains Stuart's cavalry
Altland, Philip Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $300.00 2 Roan, roan mare concealed between corn and wheat fields under 2 "branchy" apple trees. Forcibly taken. Stuart's cavalry
Anderson, William Rossville Warrington 7/1 $40.00 1 Anderson away serving in Union army's Co. H, 87th PA. 10-yr-old black mare taken from field according to neighbor Joseph Spahr. Stuart's cavalry
Asper, Abraham Rossville Warrington 7/1 $135.00 1 3-yr-old bay mare forcibly taken from field in his presence Stuart's cavalry
Bailets, Rankin Rossville Warrington 7/1 $153.00 1 6-yr-old sorrel mare, bridle, halter taken from stable Fitzhugh Lee
Bailey, Daniel Round Top Warrington 7/1 $529.00 3 Black horse, 2 bays, 3 halters / chains. Horses had been concealed in "very secluded spot" on Round Top; discovered and taken by Rebels; claim filed by S. N. Bailey Jr. of Carroll Township Stuart's cavalry
Bear, Joseph Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $120.00 1 Black mare Stuart's cavalry
Harman, John P. Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 Dark brown mare Stuart's cavalry
Hays, John Round Top Warrington 7/1 $0.00 Rebels took others' horses from hiding place in thicket on Hays' land. Off Lisburn Road. Stuart's cavalry
Hayward, Joseph B. Rossville village Warrington 7/1 $90.00 1 11-yr-old sorrel mare Stuart's cavalry
Heiges, Henry Rossville Warrington 7/1 $300.00 2 7-yr-old gray horse, 3-yr-old black horse Stuart's cavalry
Hess, Solomon Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $200.00 2 3-yr-old black mare, 4-yr-old black mare, 2 halters. Horses had been hidden in a secluded spot on Rich Hill in the eastern part of the township. Stuart's cavalry
Hobaugh, Conrad Wellsville Warrington 6/30 $307.00 2 7-yr-old mare, gray mare of unspecified age, 2 halters, 2 bridles Fitzhugh Lee
Hobaugh, David Rossville Warrington 7/1 $600.00 4 4-yr-old gray mare, 8-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old dark bay, 16-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Hollinger, Joseph Rossville Warrington 7/1 $303.00 2 Sorrel and a black mare, 2 halters Stuart's cavalry
Jacobs, Israel M. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $230.00 2 7-yr-old black horse, 14-yr-old bay mare, bridle, 2 halters, whip Stuart's cavalry
Kapp, Peter Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $75.00 1 Spotted horse Stuart's cavalry
Klinedinst, John Mount Top Warrington 7/1 $107.00 1 11-yr-old gray mare, halter & straps, bridle Stuart's cavalry
Krall, Jacob D. Round Top Warrington 7/1 $700.00 2 8-yr-old black stallion; 2-yr-old bay stallion. Krall recovered the latter animal 2-3 months later, but it had been injured in its back. Lisburn Road. Stuart's cavalry
Kunkle, Peter Rossville Warrington 7/1 $200.00 1 5-yr-old bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Leas, Sarah Lewisburg Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old black horse hidden in a thicket in a meadow. "On that day bands of Rebels were strolling through the country in every direction." Stuart's cavalry
Leathery, Samuel Rossville Warrington 7/1 $650.00 4 Four dark brown mules taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Lentz, Michael Rossville Warrington 7/1 $154.00 1 4-yr-old black mare, halter, 2 halters/chains, riding saddle Stuart's cavalry
Lentz, Michael D. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old sorrel mare Stuart's cavalry
Manear, William D. Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $135.00 1 Had hidden 3-yr-old gray mare in thicket on the land of John Hays in Warrington Township. Rebels were "scouring the country in every direction that day." Witness saw Rebels leading Manear's horse through a field on Joseph Speich's farm near the hiding place. Stuart's cavalry
Manear, William Sr. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $250.00 2 5-yr-old dark sorrel taken from stable, 7-yr-old brown horse taken from hiding place on land of John Hays. Lisburn Road. Stuart's cavalry
March, David Rossville Warrington 7/1 $230.00 2 Two sorrels taken from field Stuart's cavalry
March, John Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $200.00 1 3-yr-old roan Stuart's cavalry
McClellan, William M. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 5-yr-old bay taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Mergenthaler, Jacob Rossville Warrington 7/1 $300.00 2 Gray mare, gray horse Fitzhugh Lee
Miller, Edward Rossville village Warrington 7/1 $141.00 1 4-yr-old dark sorrel, halter, chain Stuart's cavalry
Moore, Jacob Rossville Warrington 7/1 $0.00 Campsite: Hampton's Brigade and the captured wagon train paused at Moore's farm to rest and eat before heading for Dillsburg. Released horses and mules to graze. Stuart's cavalry
Morthland, Samuel Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 8-yr-old dun mare taken from field Fitzhugh Lee
Myers, Frederick Rossville village Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Oberdier, Solomon Rossville village Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old brown mare taken from the woods of James Comfort in Warrington Township; Oberdier and Henry Johnson were present. Stuart's cavalry
Raffensperger, David Dover Warrington 6/30 $175.00 1 7-yr-old brown horse Stuart's cavalry
Reese, Thomas Mount Pleasant Warrington 7/1 $100.00 1 12-yr-old black horse taken from stable in his and his family's presence Stuart's cavalry
Ritter, John Rossville Warrington 7/1 $590.00 2 2 3-yr-old dark sorrel mule, 3-yr-old light sorrel mule both taken from thicket on land of Conrad Hobaugh. "Large body of armed Rebels" forced Ritter to go into his fields and round up his 6-yr-old dark bay mare and 12-yr-old gray horse. Rebels untethered the horses and rode off, leading them by their halters. Later saw his mules being led by his dwelling. Stuart's cavalry
Ross, James Dillsburg Warrington 7/1 $110.00 1 Campsite: 2-yr-old black horse taken from field in his absence. Lost 4 acres of grass to grazing horses and mules. Rest stop for wagon train and Hampton's men. Stuart's cavalry
Ross, William Rossville Warrington 7/1 $55.25 75 bushels of corn taken from crib and placed into empty wagons during the afternoon. William McClellan was at the home and watched Rebels. Fitzhugh Lee
Ross, William B. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $250.00 2 5-yr-old bay mare, 16-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Shelly, Daniel Bermudian Warrington 7/2 $150.00 2 7-yr-old sorrel "white face, good looking", 9-10-yr-old dark brown mare taken from his residence (then South Middleton Township, Cumberland County Stuart's cavalry
Shillits, John L. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $135.00 1 12-yr-old gray mare taken from his stable. Also lost 5 sheep in the barn of David Finerock of Cumberland Township, Adams County, which was burned on July 1 during the Battle of Gettysburg Stuart's cavalry
Shriver, John Dillsburg Warrington 7/2 $32.00 1 18-yr-old roan, blind saddle, halter * chain. "Large body" of Rebels took the horse despite his protests Stuart's cavalry
Slouthauer, John Rossville Warrington 7/1 $180.00 8-yr-old sorrel mare taken from the stable of William R. Smith in Warrington Township where Slothauer "has only put her a few minutes before." Stuart's cavalry
Slouthour, George B. Alpine Warrington 7/1 $112.00 1 4-yr-old bay taken from stable. Later, John Esrich saw Rebels leading the horse through Rossville Stuart's cavalry
Smith, James A. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $539.00 3 Resting stop: 8-yr-old bay stallion taken from stable of Sarah Anderson. Had bought stallion April 1862 from David Cadwallader. Also lost 7-yr-old black horse and 3-yr-old black mare taken from his barn, along with 8 bu corn & oats mixture, 3 halters & chains. 75 acres of hay destroyed. Also claimed insurance loss on 75 mares insured for breeding, many with foals, all taken by Rebels throughout the region. Stuart's cavalry
Smith, John W. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 3-yr-old sorrel taken in his absence from field on land owned by his mother in Warrington Township. Stuart's cavalry
Smith, William Mount Top Warrington 6/29 $143.00 1 3-yr-old sorrel, riding saddle, bridle, 2 halters & chains taken from stable, along with 30 to 35 ears of corn. Jenkins' cavalry
Smith, William Mount Top Warrington 7/1 $125.00 1 5-yr-old roan taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Smith, William R. Rossville Warrington 6/29 $1,180.00 Raided store: 3 bbl whiskey (126 gallons), 20 gallons brandy, 10 gallons ginger brandy, 10 gallons wine, 5 gallons old rye whiskey, 5 gallons cherry brandy, 30 pr shoes, 2 pr boots, 25 hats, notions, 40 lbs tobacco, pocket knives, knives, forks, spoons, 10 yds calico, cassimer, cottonades, 50 yds muslin, 50 yds cloth, groceries, dozen horse brushes, dozen curry combs, 20 bu corn, 125 bu oats, 3 bu mixture. David Spangler visited the store on the morning of June 30 and found "nearly all the goods had been taken out." 6 acres of grass destroyed while the cavalrymen's horses grazed during the raid. Jenkins' cavalry
Smith, William R. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $375.00 3 14-yr-old bay, 10-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old bay, bridles, halters taken from stable. John D. Slothauer's horse also taken from stable. One of 6 men accused of murdering a black man left behind by the Rebels. Stuart's cavalry
Smyser, Henry Rossville Warrington 7/1 $0.00 Rebels took horse own by others that had been secreted on his farm for safety Stuart's cavalry
Spahr, George Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $190.00 1 Resting place: 20 acres of grass destroyed, fences broken down. Lost iron gray horse Fitzhugh Lee
Spahr, Joseph Rossville Warrington 7/1 $300.00 2 5-yr-old bay, 7-yr-old dun mare taken in his presence Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Andrew Rossville Warrington 7/1 $175.00 1 5-yr-old dun taken from stable in his presence. Later, the Rebels led the horse past the house of Sarah Lochenour. Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, David M. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $145.00 1 9-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Henry Rossville Warrington 7/1 $265.00 1 3-yr-old sorrel, top buggy, silver plated harness taken from the premises of Samuel Spangler Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, John Alpine Warrington 7/1 $285.00 3 8-yr-old gray, 14-yr-old dark brown horse, 17-yr-old roan mare taken in his presence Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Levi M. Rossville Warrington 7/1 $75.00 1 14-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Nathan Rossville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay taken from the premises of Samuel Spangler where he resided at the time Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Samuel Rossville Warrington 7/1 $245.00 2 13-yr-old black mare, 6-yr-old sorrel taken in his absence. Relatives' horses also taken Stuart's cavalry
Sparler, Joseph Rossville Warrington 7/1 $300.00 2 Two horses Stuart's cavalry
Speich, John Bermudian Warrington 7/2 $250.00 2 4-yr-old sorrel mare, 4-yr-old roan Stuart's cavalry
Speich, Joseph Rossville Warrington 7/1 $300.00 2 5-yr-old dark dun mare, 4-yr-old black mare taken from stable in his presence Stuart's cavalry
Speich, William Rossville Warrington 7/1 $100.00 1 11-12-yr-old dun mare taken from field Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, George Shepardstown Warrington 7/1 $150.00 3 5-yr-old sorrel, 7-yr-old black horse, 20-yr-old dark bay taken from field. Stuart's cavalry
Squibb, George Shepardstown Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 9-yr-old gray mare. Squibb and his wife were murdered in 1866; a relative filed claim. Stuart's cavalry
Strayer, Lewis Wellsville Warrington 6/29 $150.00 1 6-yr-old bay mare taken while Strayer, Benjamin Harlacher, and Christian Gerber were traveling on the public road from Dillsburg to York. Jenkins' cavalry
Strayer, Lewis Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $265.00 2 12-yr-old bay mare, 2-yr-old bay colt taken from "some back field" Stuart's cavalry
Wells, Abraham Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $0.00 Raided store: Prowell (1907): Leather goods, whips Stuart's cavalry
Wells, John E. Wellsville Warrington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old blooded bay mare Stuart's cavalry
Wiley, Michael Wellsville Warrington 6/29 $304.00 1 5-yr-old sorrel mare taken from stable Jenkins' cavalry
Zeigler, George P. Wellsville Warrington 6/30 $150.00 1 8-yr-old sorrel mare taken from fields. Henry Heiges watched from his farm 400 yards away. Stuart's cavalry
Asper, Valentine Dillsburg Washington 7/1 $0.00 No personal loss, but others' horses secreted on his land were taken Stuart's cavalry
Baum, George S. Washington 6/27 $265.00 1 Black mule, spring wagon, harness, gears, 2 bridles, 2 halters, 2 collars Jenkins' cavalry
Bentz, Joseph Wellsville Washington 7/1 $220.00 2 Bay mare, gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Binder, Abner S. Mulberry Washington 7/1 $320.00 2 Rebels took 11-yr-old bay and a nearly new riding saddle from his barn. (Davidsburg & Bermudian Church). Also lost 5-yr-old dark bay mare that was taken from stable of Abraham Smith; had lent horse to Smith to haul hay. Stuart's cavalry
Brenneman, Martin B. Mount Top Washington 7/1 $127.00 1 7-yr-old bay taken from stable. W. side of Kralltown at Wolf Run between Mt. Top & Barrens Church Stuart's cavalry
Butt, Emanuel & William East Berlin Washington 6/26 $243.50 Raided mill: 38 barrels flour, 18 bu corn, 4 bu oats. Mill still extant on Conewago Creek; Eisenhart Mill Road north of East Berlin. Butt may have mistaken date. Early's division
Chronister, Daniel Mulberry Washington 7/1 $272.00 2 Black mare, roan mare, saddle, bridle, 2 halters Stuart's cavalry
Chronister, Levi Bermudian Washington 7/1 $250.00 2 12-yr-old bay mare, 12-year-old bay mare. Levi and Abraham Chronister were "making expedition to save said animals, but were discovered by Rebels." Stuart's cavalry
Elicker, Henry Bermudian Washington 7/1 $350.00 2 5-yr-old sorrel mare, 4-yr-old dark bay taken from stable. Tried to stop Rebels w/o success Stuart's cavalry
Frederick, Joseph Dillsburg Washington 7/1 $141.00 4-yr-old black mare, halter, straps. SE corner of Barrens Church & Mt. Top Rd. Stuart's cavalry
Frehm, Charles Hall (Kralltown) Washington 7/1 $283.02 1 Was at Ritman's Mill in S. Middletown Township in Cumberland County when Rebels arrived. Lost 3.5 bu wheat, 16 bu rye, 15 empty grain bags, 2.5 bu flour. Spring wagon also taken and 7-yr-old bay horse. Stuart's cavalry
Furnace, John M. Franklinton Washington 7/1 $160.00 1 5-yr-old bay taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Garrettson, David Wellsville Washington 7/1 $275.00 2 5-yr-old sorrel, 4-yr-old roan mare Stuart's cavalry
Gentzler, Jesse Mount Top Washington 7/1 $506.50 4 5-yr-old black mare, 11-yr-old black mare, 4-yr-old bay mare, 6-yr-old bay mare. Also lost halter, chains, and wagon whip. Stuart's cavalry
Gentzler, John Mount Top Washington 7/1 $126.00 1 Horse taken from meadow. Also lost halter and chain. Stuart's cavalry
Grass, John Hall (Kralltown) Washington 7/1 $300.00 2 5-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old black mare. Milford-Green Rd Stuart's cavalry
Grove, George Mulberry Washington 7/1 $100.00 1 7-yr-old horse taken from stable. Conscientious objector. Detters Mill Rd Stuart's cavalry
Grove, Jacob Mulberry Washington 6/30 $215.00 2 6-yr-old brown mare, 16-yr-old black horse taken from field (Smith Rd) Stuart's cavalry
Grove, John Mulberry Washington 7/1 $150.00 1 Gray horse taken by stable Stuart's cavalry
Harbolt, George S. Dillsburg Washington 7/1 $100.00 1 Cream colored horse. Conscientious objector. Stuart's cavalry
Harbolt, Samuel Dover Washington 7/1 $417.00 3 3-yr-old black mare, two 7-yr-old bay mares Stuart's cavalry
Harbolt, William Dover Washington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old dark horse. Kralltown & Mt. Top Stuart's cavalry
Hensby, Joseph L. Mount Top Washington 7/1 $141.00 1 7-yr-old bay mare, halter Stuart's cavalry
Kinter, Adam Hall (Kralltown) Washington 7/1 $125.00 1 Bay mare taken from stable. SW corner Kralltown & Ridge by creek Stuart's cavalry
Kunkle, Jonas S. Lewisburg Washington 7/1 $150.00 1 Rebels took 6-yr-old red roan mare secreted on the Valentine Asper farm Stuart's cavalry
March, Jacob G. Mulberry Washington 7/1 $170.00 1 4-yr-old sorrel from stable. N. of Davidsburg Rd immediately W. of Conewago Creek Stuart's cavalry
McCreary, Samuel Franklinton Washington 6/29 $151.50 1 6-yr-old bay, halter and chain Jenkins' cavalry
Myers, David Hall (Kralltown) Washington 7/1 $400.00 2 3-yr-old sorrel, 4-yr-old blooded bay mare. Bentz Mill Road Stuart's cavalry
Myers, George Clear Spring Washington 7/1 $225.00 2 5-yr-old black mare, 12-yr-old black mare hiden in his own woods under the care of Samuel McCreary Stuart's cavalry
Myers, Jonas Dillsburg Washington 7/1 $542.50 3 Dark brown horse, two dark brown mares, 3 bridles, 3 halters & chains. Hidden in woods. Stuart's cavalry
Rennoll, Jesse (Reynolds) Mount Top Washington 6/29 $116.00 1 16-year-old horse taken from stable; silver watch taken from Rennoll's pocket. S. side of Barrens Church near Spahr-Seiling Jenkins' cavalry
Reynold, Andrew B. Mount Top Washington 6/29 $120.00 1 4-yr-old roan; may have mistaken identity of Rebels (Jenkins?). Barrens Church & Spahr Seiling Hays' infantry
Reynold, Andrew B. Mount Top Washington 7/1 $300.00 3 18-yr-old gray mare, 4-yr-old black mare, 11-year-old bay taken from hiding place in clump of bushes on John Gentzler's farm in Warrington Township Stuart's cavalry
Shultz, Christian Bermudian Washington 7/2 $150.00 1 6-yr-old bay mare. Big Dam Rd. Westernmost proeprty raided in Washington Township. Likely Hampton's column on July 2 Stuart's cavalry
Slothower, John D. Hall (Kralltown) Washington 7/1 $502.50 3 12-yr-old dark brown horse, 8-yr-old dark brown horse, 6-yr-old bay mare, 2 halters, bridle taken from his stable. Harmony Grove Rd N. of Doe Run on west side Stuart's cavalry
Smith, Abraham Mulberry Washington 7/1 $0.00 Borrowed horse of Abner S. Binder to haul hay; Rebels took it from Smith's stable Stuart's cavalry
Smith, George Wellsville Washington 7/1 $100.00 1 4-yr-old black horse taken from stable Fitzhugh Lee
Smith, Jacob S. Mulberry Washington 7/1 $225.00 2 5-yr-old sorrel, 7-yr-old gray mare, 2 halters & chains taken from barn. Witnessed by William Rider. Smit hRd (E. side of Blue Hill Rd S of Myers) Stuart's cavalry
Smith, John W. Mulberry Washington 7/1 $395.00 3 15-yr-old bay, 7-yr-old chestnut bay, 3-yr-old iron gray taken from barn. Smith Rd (E. side of Blue Hill Rd S of Myers) Stuart's cavalry
Smith, Peter J. East Berlin Washington 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Sowers, Peter Mulberry Washington 7/2 $100.00 1 10-yr-old sorrel mare taken by squad of Rebels during the afternoon. Shot Gun Lane Stuart's cavalry
Spahr, William A. Dillsburg Washington 7/1 $280.00 2 4-yr-old bay mare taken from woods behind a swamp; witnessed by neighbors John and Frederick Gentzler. Spahr was busy plowing a field with a roan mare when a large body of Rebels rode by. They stopped while a few men rode into the field and took the horse. (Spahr-Seiling Rd) Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, George Mulberry Washington 7/1 $255.00 2 3-yr-old black horse, 9-yr-old gray horse Stuart's cavalry
Stough, Michael Wellsville Washington 7/1 $80.00 1 4-yr-old bay mare taken from thicket in woods of Jonas Myers Stuart's cavalry
Vale, Joshua Wellsville Washington 7/1 $175.00 1 5-yr-old roan taken from thicket on Valentine Asper's farm. When Vale, Daniel Cadwallader, and Israel B. Garretson refused to give up their horses, Rebels pointed a pistol at them and demanded the animals. Stuart's cavalry
Walker, Asahel P. Dillsburg Washington 7/1 $351.50 2 9-yr-old bay mare, 9-yr-old bay horse, 2 halters & straps. Son-in-law Israel B. Smith was moving them to safety when he was overtaken after going 1/2 mile. N. of Doe Run off Kralltown Rd S. of Peiffer Stuart's cavalry
Weaver, Jacob Hall (Kralltown) Washington 7/1 $335.00 2 7-yr-old gray, 4-yr-old sorrel Stuart's cavalry
Wiley, Michael Franklinton Washington 7/1 $150.00 1 18-yr-old dun mare, with foal. "Good breeder." Fitzhugh Lee
Bare, Jacob York West Manchester 6/28 $62.00 Seized Bare and threatened to kill him in front of his companion, Eva Loucks. At gunpoint, took $62 from Bareís pocketbook before allowing the couple to depart French's cavalry
Beeler, George D. Dover West Manchester 6/29 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay mare. Carlisle Road French's cavalry
Bott, Peter Thomasville West Manchester 6/30 $160.00 Campsite: 100 bu ears of corn, damage to 14 acres of oats (300 bu) in field, damages to fences. 141 N. Emig Mill Rd just north of US 30 Stuart's cavalry
Boyer, Jacob Dover West Manchester 7/1 $410.00 3 5-yr-old gray mare, 10-yr-old black horse, 7-yr-old sorrel. Rebels left him an "old horse" worth $60. Stuart's cavalry
Deisinger, Jacob York West Manchester 6/30 $480.00 3 4-yr-old bay mare, 5-yr-old gray mare, 5-yr-old bay mare. Entrance now off Taxville; formerly off Baker Stuart's cavalry
Eisenhart, Dr. Jacob York West Manchester 7/1 $0.00 Treated wounded and ill Confederate soldiers; cannister balls dug up in 20th century here. Rebs paid $20 for services. 950 Taxville Rd by today's US 30 overpass. Barn was across street; foundation still exists. Stuart's cavalry
Eisenhart, Peter York West Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old sorrel taken from field during morning. NW Taxville/Derry Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Michael York West Manchester 6/30 $390.00 1 Camp site: 5-yr-old sorrel, 400 bu corn, 20 bu wheat, 5 tons hay, 400 lbs smoked hams and bacon, 4 suits new clothes, bedding, coverlet, 1 barrel vinegar used and then destroyed, fencing destroyed Stuart's cavalry
Emig, Valentine York West Manchester 6/29 $207.50 1 5-yr-old chestnut bay, 20 bu oats, 15 bu shelled corn. "Paid $20 in money to a Rebel by compulsion in order to save a mare with foal which he threatened to take unless said sum was paid." Intersection of Hanover Rd and Gettysburg Pike. Early's division
Eyster, George Jr. York West Manchester 6/28 $300.00 2 6-yr-old gray mare, 4-yr-old chestnut bay mare taken about 5 PM from barn. 1760 Taxville Road Early's division
Eyster, George Jr. York West Manchester 6/30 $300.00 2 8-yr-old gray horse, 7-yr-old sorrel taken about 11 PM from barn. 1760 Taxville Road. Stuart's cavalry
Eyster, Michael Thomasville West Manchester 6/29 $350.00 3 Two 4-yr-old black horses, 15-year-old dark sorrel Early's division
Eyster, Peter York West Manchester 6/30 $100.00 1 11-yr-old brown horse taken from barn Stuart's cavalry
Eyster, Peter York West Manchester 7/1 $80.00 1 11-yr-old gray mare taken from barn Stuart's cavalry
Fackler, Daniel York West Manchester 7/1 $175.00 1 8-yr-old black mare. Carlisle Road Stuart's cavalry
Gentzler, Jesse York West Manchester 6/30 $170.00 1 7-yr-old sorrel taken; Rebels left a "very old horse" (worth $40) in exchange. Stuart's cavalry
Glatfelter, Jacob York West Manchester 7/1 $250.00 2 6-yr-old sorrel, 12-yr-old black horse. E. Berlin Rd Stuart's cavalry
Gruver, Jacob York West Manchester 6/28 $150.00 1 3-yr-old bay; also spelled Grover. Baker Road French's cavalry
Hamme, Adam York West Manchester 6/29 $0.00 Large force of Rebels took horse belonging to Gabriel Emig from stable (already counted) French's cavalry
Heilman, Henry York West Manchester 7/1 $0.00 Father's horse taken at 9 AM from stable; see George Heilman Stuart's cavalry
Heilman, Jesse York West Manchester 6/30 $140.00 1 4-yr-old black mare. 1400 block Carlisle Rd. Early's division
Henry, Joseph York West Manchester 6/30 $890.00 7 4-yr-old black stallion, 2-yr-old bay colt, 9-year-old sorrel, 12-year-old bay mare, 12-year-old gray horse, 12-year-old bay, 7-yr-old dark bay taken at night from his stable Stuart's cavalry
Holtzapple, Jacob York West Manchester 7/1 $140.00 1 4-yr-old dun mare. Farm between Carlisle and Church roads Stuart's cavalry
Huber, J. York West Manchester 6/29 $0.00 Campsite?: Gordon's brigade camped "out on Carlisle Road;" HUber's farm was along a creek and is a logical site (marked as J. Small on 1876 map). Gordon's infantry
Kain, John York West Manchester 6/28 $100.00 1 8-yr-old heavy draft horse. E side of Carlisle Road Early's division
Kauffman, Daniel York West Manchester 6/28 $345.00 2 12-yr-old black horse, 4-yr-old black mare, riding saddle, silver hunting case watch Gordon's infantry
Kauffman, Emanuel York West Manchester 6/30 $150.00 1 4-yr-old black horse taken during the night from his stable. Discovered loss next morning Stuart's cavalry
Kopp, Simon York West Manchester 6/30 $150.00 1 3.5-yr-old brown horse Stuart's cavalry
Landes, Jacob B. York West Manchester 7/1 $160.00 1 6-yr-old dun horse, riding saddle. Lemon St. near Hoke's Mill . Township supervisor with Samuel D. Rupert. Stuart's cavalry
Lau, Israel M. York West Manchester 7/1 $125.00 1 4-yr-old roan mare. Baker Road Stuart's cavalry
Leckrone, Barnhart York West Manchester 7/1 $750.00 2 5-yr-old bay mare, 14-yr-old gray mare Stuart's cavalry
Lightner, George York West Manchester 6/29 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay may (14 hands high) French's cavalry
Lint, Peter Sr. York West Manchester 6/30 $110.00 1 8-yr-old "occasionally lame" black horse taken from stable. Lemon St. off College Ave (Old Salem Rd) Early's division
Loucks, Geo. Washington York West Manchester 6/29 $175.00 1 4-yr-old sorrel mare, saddle, bridle taken from his father's (Jacob Loucks) stable French's cavalry
Loucks, Jacob York West Manchester 6/29 $0.00 0 Rebels entered his stable and took his son's (G. W. Loucks) horse. Bull/Greenbriar French's cavalry
Ness, Matthias York West Manchester 7/1 $125.00 1 5-yr-old bay mare taken from stable during the morning. Father of Noah Ness. College Ave / Salem Rd near Woodberry Stuart's cavalry
Ness, Noah York West Manchester 7/1 $350.00 3 4-yr-old large bay, 3-yr-old middle-sized bay, 4-yr-old small bay taken from stable. Conscientious objector. Stuart's cavalry
Newcomer, Jacob York West Manchester 6/30 $100.00 1 5-yr-old black mare Early's division
Rebman, Michael York West Manchester 7/1 $450.00 3 5-yr-old bay, 11-yr-old roan, 4-yr-old black mare taken from stable between Derry and Carlisle Stuart's cavalry
Smith, Samuel York West Manchester 6/28 $205.00 2 6-yr-old gray mare, 17-yr-old gray horse, wagon saddle, riding bridle, halter & chain, blind halter Early's infantry
Smyser, David York West Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old sorrel mare. 1670 East Berlin Road near S. Salem Church Rd. Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Charles M. York West Manchester 7/2 $700.00 5 2 1/2-yr-old sorrel, 5-yr-old bay, 4-yr-old bay, 6-yr-old sorrel mare, 11-yr-old black mare taken at night of July 2. Either deserters, stragglers, or wrong date. New barn, just built in 1861. 2670 E. Berlin Rd. Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, David York West Manchester 6/30 $175.00 1 6-yr-old dark bay taken during the night from his son George Sprenkel's stable Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, George York West Manchester 6/30 $350.00 3 5-yr-old sorrel $150, 3-yr-old black horse $150, 20-yr-old dark bay $50; also his father David's horse taken as well from his stable at 650 Bairs Rd Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, Jacob Baer's Station West Manchester 6/30 $475.00 4 5-yr-old roan mare, 4-yr-old brown horse, 12-yr-old black horse, and 4-yr-old brown mare taken at night from his field.off Graybill Rd Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, Levi S. York West Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay taken at 5:00 AM from field on his father John Sprenkle's farm on Graybill Rd with his brother Christian Sprenkle present. Stuart's cavalry
Sprenkle, Samuel L. York West Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 4-yr-old bay taken at 5:00 AM from field on his father John Sprenkle's farm on Graybill Rd with his brother Christian Sprenkle present. Stuart's cavalry
Stambaugh, Abraham Thomasville West Manchester 6/29 $392.75 2 5-yr-old black mare, 10-yr-old gray mare, wagon saddle, 4 empty wheat bags, 3 bu wheat, 6 bu rye taken from his barn. Lived near Henry and Henry S. Stambaugh, who witnessed Rebels with the two horses. 4420 Wolf's Church Rd French's cavalry
Stambaugh, Henry S. York West Manchester 6/29 $673.75 3 6-yr-old brown horse, 12-yr-old brown horse, 9-yr-old brown horse, riding saddle, halters, wheat bags, 2 bu shelled corn, 6 bu rye, 3 bu wheat. 4376 Wolf's Church Rd. French's cavalry
Strickler, Jacob York West Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 5-yr-old large black draft and family horse taken by Rebels. Manchester Township claimant then resided in West Manchester Township Stuart's cavalry
Weigel, Cicero G. York West Manchester 7/1 $425.00 3 8-yr-old black horse, two other horses. 1931 Derry Road. Neighbor Henry Leckrone saw Rebs passing by his house with Weigel's horses. Stuart's cavalry
Weigel, Leander York West Manchester 7/1 $150.00 1 3-yr-old gray mare taken from stable of Samuel Bentzel Stuart's cavalry
Wolf, Peter York West Manchester 6/29 $0.00 Campsite: Family oral tradition: Rebels camped in the yard at Five Mile House tavern; famil yserved them lunch. Horses were hidden in the kitchen. Was at 4360 W. Market St. French's cavalry
Allbright, William W. Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $600.00 4 2 bay mares, 1 gray mare, 1 chestnut horse from Fuhrman Mill Rd farm fields; Rebel rode gray mare and led the others. Stuart's cavalry
Arnold, Joseph Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $290.00 3 2 black mares, 1 roan mare; 12 bu wheat; 3 acres of growing wheat destroyed from Fairview Rd farm Stuart's cavalry
Barnhart, Simon Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $325.00 2 2 mules, buggy, harness, 40 bushels corn from Fuhrnan Mill Rd farm. Stuart left wounded man behind for treatment. Stuart's cavalry
Baughman, David Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $400.00 3 Black mare, gray mare, colt. Off Raubenstine Road Stuart's cavalry
Becker, Edward Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $100.00 1 Horse. Farm off Fairview Rd near Beck Mill Rd Fitzhugh Lee
Brockley, Anthony Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $300.00 3 Son John taking horses to safety when 8 or 9 Rebels took them. John Brockley briefly taken prisoner until Kilpatrick's Union troops arrived. Minor skirmish on Brockley's farm at Baltimore Pike (Rte 94) and Fuhrman Mill Rd Stuart's cavalry
Brockley, John Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $125.00 1 4-yr-old bay Stuart's cavalry
Emmert, Franklin G. Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $150.00 1 5-yr-old dark roan horse taken from hiding place in high bushes in a field on the farm of Jacob Schue 1.5 miles from Emmert's place. Stuart's cavalry
Gitt, Josiah W. Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $1,165.00 3 3 Federal claim: 2 mares, stallion, 3 mules, 75 bushels corn, 30 bushels oats, 30 grain bags from farm along Westminster Rd near Grand Valley Rd; farm worked by Edmund Lippy Stuart's cavalry
Gitt, Josiah W. Hanover West Manheim 7/1 $0.00 1 Federal claim: Mare, wagon saddle, farm gear Sykes' V Corps
Houck, Jesse Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $225.00 2 Black mare, black horse Stuart's cavalry
Leppo, Jacob Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $570.00 3 7-yr-old bay horse, two bay mares. Leppo wrote he "had been persuaded to take the oath of allegiance to the Knights of the Golden Circle." He paid $1. General Stuart told him it was "simply a money making business on the part of the members of the society." Leppo was forced to guide Rebel column to Dover; released July 1. Farm off today's Impounding Dam Rd Stuart's cavalry
Lohr, John A. Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $300.00 2 6-yr-old bay mare, 7-yr-old iron gray mare taken from field. Lohr taken prisoner in his field and dismissed beyond Dillsburg. Farm off today's Impounding Dam Rd Stuart's cavalry
Matthias, Perry Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $306.00 2 2 mules, 2 collars, 2 bridles. Off Grand Valley Road Stuart's cavalry
Mayer, Jacob Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $125.00 "Large body" of Rebels took mare from stable despite Mayer's and John Henry Miller's protests Stuart's cavalry
Millheim, Jeremiah Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $160.00 1 Millheim and his son William J., fearing they would be impressed into Rebel service, fled before they arrived. Family members saw Rebels take horse from stable at 10 AM. Dubs Church Road area. Stuart's cavalry
Mummert, Jacob Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $315.00 2 9-yr-old brown mare, 3-yr-old sorrel mare taken from stable off Fuhrman Mill Rd. Stuart's cavalry
Nace, Ephraim Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $813.75 4 3-4-yr-old roan stallion, 4-yr-old iron gray horse, 11-yr-old dark bay, 11-12-yr-old gray mare, 4 halters, saddle, whip; Nace forced to accompany Stuart as a guide. Farm off today's Impounding Dam Rd near Tollgate Rd. Stuart's cavalry
Shue, Jacob Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $300.00 2 8-yr-old roan, 7-8-yr-old sorrel taken from stable despite his resistance Stuart's cavalry
Sterner, Andrew Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $450.00 2 4-yr-old dun stallion, 11-yr-old mare Stuart's cavalry
Wentz, Benjamin Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $125.00 1 11-yr-old sorrel taken from field in the presence of John Zumbaum. Off Grand Valley Rd Stuart's cavalry
Wildasin, John Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $200.00 1 Bay taken from field toward evening from farm along Black Road Road near Fuhrman Mill Rd Stuart's cavalry
Wise, Jacob Hanover West Manheim 6/30 $150.00 1 8-yr-old gray horse taken by 4 or 5 Rebels. Had bought horse"in bad condition" for $95-$99 two years before at a sheriff's sale and nursed it back to health. Farm on Black Rock Rd Stuart's cavalry
Kauffman, Henry Windsor 6/29 $0.00 Horse owned by Daniel Strickler taken from thicket on Kauffman's farm. Likely taken by Thomas B. Board, Lt. Co. H, 17th Virginia Cavalry French's cavalry
Allen, Lewis F. York borough York 6/29 $500.00 Raided store: Unspecified number of hats & caps. Gordon's infantry
Baish, John D York York 6/29 $653.50 Campsite: 50 bu wheat, 125 bu corn, 160 bu oats, 12 tons hay, harness. ~50 bu wheat destroyed on ground. Hays' infantry
Baylor, Mrs. Leah York York 6/29 $405.00 2 2 mules, 2 harnesses Early's infantry
Dehoff, Amos M. York York 6/29 $78.00 N. N. Read, a boarder at Dehoff's, watched as Rebels fed 2 ton hay, 60 bu oats to their horses French's cavalry
Erney, Valentine C. York borough York 6/28 $1,500.00 Raided store: Bottles wines and liquors, cutlery, combs, toys, notions, English pickles, pocketbooks, wallets, fancy gloves, baskets, coffees, baking powder, sugar, sardines, oranges, lemons, cigars, tobacco, confectionaries. 21-23 W. Market Early's division
Gartman, David York borough York 6/29 $300.00 Raided store: Brandies, gins, wines, whiskey, vinegar Early's infantry
Hoss, William York borough York 7/1 $447.50 1 2-yr-old mare Not specified
Kepner, Isaac B. York borough York 6/28 $60.00 Raided shoe shop: 4 prs customers' shoes, 8 pr Monroe boots taken while Kepner and Rebecca Baymiller were present in the shop Early's division
Kuehn, John L. York borough York 6/29 $195.00 Raided store: groceries, tobacco. Rebels compelled Kuehn to open his locked grocery and variety store, and then "forcibly took and carried away" what they wanted. Early's division
Laucks, Israel York borough York 7/1 $200.00 1 7-yr-old bay hitched to wagon was being driven 3 miles from York in Manchester Township by his father George. Rebels took the horse and rode away on it. Stuart's cavalry
Lebaugh & Bro. York borough York 6/29 $500.00 Raided store: Claim filed by Joseph Lebaugh. Hats & caps, stockings, suspenders, shirts, coats, pants, vests, collars, handkerchiefs, etc. Early's division
Lehmayer, Nathan & Bro. York borough York 6/28 $1,301.12 Raided store: 75 coats, 100 summer coats, 100 hats, 60 white shirts, 90 red shirts, 54 gray shirts, 60 figured shirts, 84 blue woolen shirts, 27 cotton shirts, 12 hickory shirts, 50 undershirts and drawers, 50 pr suspenders, 50 pocket handkerchiefs, 50 pr cotton and wool socks. First block of E. Market Street, north side. Early's division
Metzel, Hannah York borough York 6/29 $0.00 No claim: Widow owned "Metzel House" hotel used by General Early 6/28 - 30 Early's division
Nes, Dr. Charles M. York borough York 6/28 $0.00 No claim: (Latimer letters) Southern sympathizer who entertained and fed Early's officers; he "had some of them in his house nearly all the time." E. Market St. Early's division
Quickel, Jacob York borough York 6/28 $200.00 1 3-yr-old dark bay taken from hiding place on land of Jonas Fidler in Spring Garden Township. Carpenter by trade. French's cavalry
Ropp, Mary A. York borough York 6/30 $28.15 50 lbs horseshoe nails, 40 prs horse shoes, 9 buckets of coal French's cavalry
Sechrist, Jacob A. York borough York 6/29 $66.97 Raided store: 3 lbs English cheese, 5 lbs tea, 30 lbs sugar, 8 lbs coffee, 6 pairs menís drawers, 5 undershirts, new suit of clothes Early's division
Sharp, John A. York borough York 6/30 $75.00 1 12-yr-old black mare White's cavalry
Smyser, Michael York borough York 6/30 $910.00 4 6-yr-old black horse, 5-yr-old bay, 5-yr-old bay mare, 3-yr-old bay mare, saddle taken from stable Stuart's cavalry
Spangler, Charles York borough York 6/28 $116.00 Raided store: Notions, ginghams, calicoes, stationery, gloves, vestings, stationery. William D. Elliot present in the store at the time Early's division
Zimmerman, Conrad York borough York 6/28 $225.00 Raided store: 40 pr men's boots, 15 pr men's shoes, both of his own make. "A number of Rebel cavalry" visited his shop. White's cavalry
Bubb, Nicholas 7/1 $708.00 Federal claim: missing. Nicholas Bupp of East Berlin, Paradise Township? Or of Washington Township?
Henry, David M. 7/1 $91.00 Federal claim: illegible David M. Henry of Jackson Township?
Koob, Matthias 7/1 $156.10 Federal claim: illegible Koop?
Lentz, Henry 7/1 $125.00 Federal claim: missing
Myers, Benjamin 7/1 $180.00 Federal claim: illegible Benjamin Myers of East Berlin, Paradise Township?
Shetter, John C. 7/1 $15.00 Federal claim: illegible