York County Pennsylvania to Shenandoah Virginia around the years
1780 to 1800......
Here are few pictures of this very nice town located at the Northern edge of the Shenandoah Valley
The Strasburg Museum
The Fire Station Strasburg VA
Douglas Spengler was a Volunteer Fireman here in about 1900
The Spengler House Strasburg VA, a Spengler descendant has always lived in the house. Built by Capt. Anthony Spengler from York, Pennsylvania. Confederate Gen. Jubal A Early and his troops camped on the front yard.
The Spengler Mill built in 1781 by Capt Anthony Spengler, one of the mills that escaped being burnt by Federal Troops in the Civil War. Now "The Old Mill Restaurant"
This is the Riverview Presb Church & Cementery. Many Spenglers buried here, along with the graves of Spengler Conferderate Soldiers and there wives
Captain Anthony Spengler born? in York Pa then they moved to Strasburg Va, (this family keep the spelling of Spengler instead of the nothern spelling of Spangler) Anthony Spengler was a large land owner and deeded the land where the Riverview Church is and is also buried there.
Monument for fallen Confederate Soldiers of Strasburg in the Riverview Cementery
George M Spengler Co A 10th VA Infantry
married to Hellen R Hurn
Adam L Spengler Co A 10th VA Infantry
married to Mary Grove
This is a very fine display at the Strasburg Museum
these are the Confederate Soldiers from the area including the Spengler names, the grandfathers of these soldiers were from York pennsylvania. Like everyone, where they call home is where there loyalty lies
Confederate Soldiers at the Old Gravyard Strasburg Va
Spengler Names are here
Philip A Spengler son of Joseph S & Elizabeth Hurn Spengler, the Confederate Veteran CSA in front of his grave