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Free Genealogy Biography of Henry M. Everhart
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Henry M. Everhart

Henry M. Everhart, undertaker and cabinet-maker, is a son of Daniel and Sallie (Mohr) Everhart, of York, Penn., who were parents of ten children: William (deceased), Elizabeth, Mary, Henry M., Daniel, John, Leah, Sarah, William and Ellen.

After learning his trade he began business for himself in 1859, and continued until the war broke out, when he enlisted in Company A. Eighty-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteers, 87th Regiment, and took part with his regiment in the battles of Winchester, Monocacy, Petersburg and second Bull's Run, besides a number of skirmishes.

Mr. Everhart's first marriage was to Maria Dubling, daughter of M. L. and Eliza (Pentz) Everhart, of this township, and to this union were born three children: Annie K., Henry M. (deceased) and Ellen. Mrs. Everhart died and Mr. Everhart married Lizzie Stahle, daughter of Col. J. A. Stahle, of this township. This union has been blessed with one child--Flossie Mary. Mr. Everhart is a first-class mechanic and does an extensive trade in his line. He is a member of the United Brethren Church of Manchester.

Source: York County, Pennsylvania Biographical History, John Gibson, Chicago: F.A. Battey Publishing Co., 1886.

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