Tag Archives: Michael Smyser

York doctor served under Czar, saw the Amber Room

There has recently been some discussion on Retro York on Facebook about the Historic York Inn (also known as the Smyser-Bair House Bed and Breakfast) on South Beaver Street, just off of West Market. Their website condenses the history of … Continue reading

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Guards at Camp Security 13: Martin Cronmiller

Time to get back to the series of posts on records found at the National Archives and Pennsylvania State Archives for the York County Militiamen who guarded the British prisoners at Camp Security during 1781, 1782 and 1783. As mentioned … Continue reading

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