The small town of Glen Rock, Pennsylvania is close to the Mason-Dixon Line, and in the 1800s it saw its share of both Confederate and Union soldiers during the Civil War. At that time, the town was filled with artisans and citizens and it saw many of its young men sent to war.
On April 5, 1864, some of the leading men in town met to sign the “Articles of Association of the First National Bank of Glen Rock, Penna.” Oliver R. Wentz, George Heindel, George Moessinger Sr., Philip Sheffer, Josiah V. Hoshour, Emanuel Shefer, George S. Brodbeeks, Nicholas Shafer and William Heathcote were the signees and some of the most important citizens of the community. They made history that day, creating an association with capital stock of $50,000… Continue reading about PeoplesBank here
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