Luther Granger

First Name: Luther
Last Name: Granger
Unit: 
Co. A, 57th Pennsylvania Infantry
Rank: 
private
Residence (County): 
Susquehanna County, PA
Biography: 

Luther Granger (b. January 25, 1830) was a farmer from Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. Granger mustered into service as a private in Co. A, 57th Pennsylvania Infantry on November 1, 1861 and was killed at Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. In 1860, Luther Granger and his wife, Sabra S. White Granger (1839-1914) were living on their farm in Rush, Pennsylvania with their small daughter, Clara (1858-1904). Luther enlisted with his brother, John W. Granger (b. ca. 1820), a wagonmaker by profession. John survived the war. Related collections (all letters to Sabra Granger) include Stephen Canfield, Harvey Coleman, and Orbo Palmer.

Authored Letters

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
14327 LutherGranger2 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Harrisburg, PA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14342 LutherGranger15 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Alexandria, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14332 LutherGranger7 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Yorktown, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14325 LutherGranger1 November 11, 1861 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Harrisburg, PA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14328 LutherGranger3 January 4, 1862 Luther Granger “Dear Father & Mother” DC Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14329 LutherGranger4 February 14, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger DC Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14330 LutherGranger5 February 23, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Alexandria, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14331 LutherGranger6 April 17, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Yorktown, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14333 LutherGranger8 May 29, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Bottom's Bridge, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14335 LutherGranger9 June 8, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Richmond, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14357 LutherGranger29 June 10, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Belle Plains, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14337 LutherGranger10 June 16, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Richmond, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14338 LutherGranger11 July 6, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Henrico County, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14339 LutherGranger12 July 13, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Harrison's Landing, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14340 LutherGranger13 August 2, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Harrison's Landing, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14341 LutherGranger14 August 10, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Harrison's Landing, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14343 LutherGranger16 October 2, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger MD Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14344 LutherGranger17 October 5, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger MD Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14345 LutherGranger18 October 14, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Poolesville, MD Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14346 LutherGranger19 December 19, 1862 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Falmouth, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14347 LutherGranger20 January 6, 1863 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Stafford Courthouse, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14348 LutherGranger21 April 1, 1863 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Potomac Creek, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14350 LutherGranger22 April 6, 1863 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Potomac Creek, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14351 LutherGranger23 April 19, 1863 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Potomac Creek, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA
14353 LutherGranger25 May 9, 1863 Luther Granger Sabra S. White Granger Potomac Creek, VA Rush, Susquehanna County, PA

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