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Burgesses and Postmasters of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania


Burgesses of Gettysburg, 1923-60 (may be incomplete!)
William E. Olinger as of 1923 Wilbur L. Plank as of 1960


Postmasters at Gettysburg, 1810-1979 (may be incomplete!)
George Welsh 1810-19 William Meredith 1819-23 John Hersh, Jr. 1823-29 William W. Bell 1829-41 Hezekiah Van Orsdel 1841-45 Charles N. Berluchy 1845-49 Alexander D. Buchler 1849-53 William Gillespie 1853-57 George Geyer 1857-61 David A. Buchler 1861-69 Jacob A. Kitzmiller 1869-77 John M. Krauth 1877-85 Henry S. Benner 1885-90 David Kitzmiller 1890-94 Robert M. Elliot 1894-98 George F. Young 1898-1901 William B. McIlhenny 1901-10 C. William Beales 1910-14 Charles S. Duncan 1914-23 Robert C. Miller 1923-24 Robert C. Miller 1924-27 John H. Eckert 1927-28 John H. Eckert 1928-33 Charles A. Williams 1933-34 Charles A. Williams 1934-43 Lawrence E. Oyler 1943-44 Lawrence E. Oyler 1944-58 Dewey E. McCauslin 1958 Jacob G. Appler 1958-61 Charles W. Pentz 1961-63 Charles W. Pentz 1963-79

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