Thursday, August 20, 2015

GEORGE TYLER MOORE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE CIVIL WAR

Jim Broomall is the new keeper of the key to a growing repository of service records for more than 20,000 West Virginia and Virginia soldiers who fought in the Civil War at the George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War.

The center, a two-story building at 136 W. German St. that was built in 1795, was the home of Conrad Shindler, a great-great-great grandfather of actress Mary Tyler Moore.

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