Here is what I have currently on George Felty who served with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry during the Civil War.
Felty, George Ignatius Francis, Pvt Co I; mustered Sep 12, 1861; discharged Oct 13, 1864; born Sep 12, 1841; died Oct 30, 1929; a laborer from Conowago Township, Adams County; friend of George W. Flemming; son of Ignatius and Susan Kuhn Felty; married Josephine Weaver January 9, 1866; children: Mary Jeane (b. 04/16/67), Henry William (b. 10/14/68),Francis Ignatius (b. 01/28/71), Edward Stanislaus (b. 05/06/73), Anne Catharine (b. 04/09/75), Irene Josephine (b. 12/24/76), James Bennet (b. 02/11/81), Mary Susan (09/01/86), and Anne Gertrude (b. 01/13/89); died in Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania; buried in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Conewago Township, Adams County, Pennsylvania
While I'm at it, here is what I know on the other Felty who served with the 87th Pennsylvania Infantry.
Felty, William R., Pvt Co A; mustered Sep 11, 1861; discharged Oct 13, 1864; born Feb 12, 1842; died Mar 9, 1909; also served with the 79th Pa Inf; from Spring Garden Township, York County; captured at Carter's Woods and returned to the regiment October 5, 1863; married Mary A. ?; children:Mrs. George Berkhalter, Mrs. Henry McFadden; Mary died; remarried ?; children:Julia and Frank; buried in St. Mary's Cemetery, Spring Garden Township, York County, Pennsylvania
Does any of George's or William's Civil War correspondence exist?I am writing a history of the 87th Pennsylvania.