Joe Farrell, Joe Farley, and Lawrence Knorr have traveled across the eastern USA to the graves of over 200 founding fathers (and mothers) responsible for the birth of the United States of America. This special volume about Pennsylvania includes those that lived, worked, and or died in Pennsylvania. Included in this volume are biographies and grave information for 44 of these luminaries who made significant contributions to the Revolutionary cause.
Lawrence Knorr has authored or co-authored over 20 books, mostly on history or biography. He is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), the Sons of the American Revolution, and numerous other historical organizations. He enjoys most writing about the formerly famous and his beloved Pennsylvania Dutch culture. He is a lifetime Penn State alum.
Joe Farrell was born in Brooklyn and raised on the mean streets of Queens. He attended and graduated from Catholic schools in New York and went on to College at St. Vincent College where he graduated with a degree in Psychology. He studied Clinical Psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Public Administration at Shippensburg.
Joe Farley was born and raised in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. He attended Bloomsburg University where he graduated with a degree in education. In 1975 Mr. Farley began a 35-year public service career working for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Upon his retirement in 2010, he began work on the Keystone Tombstone series with his coauthor Joe Farrell. To date, there are thirteen volumes in that series. Farley and Farrell have also authored Gotham Graves Volumes One and Two. Mr. Farley also penned "Song Poems in Search of Music" in 2014 He and his wife Sharon reside in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania. They have three children.
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