I sent you an e-mail to the address you supplied, but it bounced back.Here is what I wrote in it.Neither will the obituary display.
Here is what I currently have on Samuel G. Glassmyer:
Born August 31, 1845, in Bottstown, West Manchester Township, York County, the son of William & Pauline Glassmyer; siblings:William Henry (1st Md), Mary, Samuel, and Rose Theresa, Wendell, Franklin, and John; married Mary Smith and divorced her; married Mary Einsig and divorced her; married doubly widowed Sarah Glatfelter Nichol Reese (widow of Conrad Nichol, 87th Pa), and separated from her; no children of his own (although Rosie and Harry are reported in Rootsweb.com); died in York Haven, York County; insisted he was born in 1843, but census records show otherwise; was not a brother to the other two Glassmyers in the regiment; owned a painting of the 87th regimental flag [Dispatch 09/21/1897]; died July 18, 1929, and is buried in Mt. Rose Cemetery, Spring Garden Township
On September 14, 1861, he enlisted in York with Co. C, 87th Pa Inf.Wounded at the 2nd battle of Winchester either June 14 or 15, 1863, he was detailed to easier duty with the Provost Guard in January 1864.At enlistment, he reported himself as a laborer from Freystown, Spring Garden Township, York County, and stood 5' 6" tall and had dark hair, gray eyes, and a tattoo on his left hand and arm.After the war, he worked as a butcher and a watchman.
Do you know his mother's maiden name and what his middle name was?(They could be the same.)
Dennis W. Brandt author: From Home Guards to Heroes: The 87th Pennsylvania and its Civil War Community Pathway to Hell: A Tragedy of the American Civil War Shattering the Truth: The Slandering of Abraham Lincoln