|Karl Stelly (#47103588)|
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Hello, my name is Karl Stelly. I'm 59 years old, and I'm originally from Lafayette, Louisiana. I've lived in Baytown, Texas, Tulare, California, Great Falls, Montana, Killeen, Texas, Manassas, Virginia, and Louisville, Kentucky. I moved to Gettysburg with my fiance about 6 years ago. I enjoy roaming the battlefield and photography, and studying the history of Gettysburg and the Civil War. I have quite a few photographs of Gettysburg and other Civil War battlefields and other historic sites posted on Google Earth. I use the name "Seven Stars" on Panoramio and Google Earth. If you see photos there by "Seven Stars," that's me!|
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|Diana ||RE: Mary & Thomas Clark|
Thank you for your message
Added by Diana on Dec 12, 2013 3:31 PM
|Joanne Graham Wazny||RE: George Leitkam|
Sending you an email with the obit. Joanne
|Diane Bashaw||Peter Andrew Kirby|
Thanks for fulfilling my photo request. I don't know him, but Kirby is kin.
|Kim Loor||Pfc Howard Repsher|
I want to thank you for taking the picture of my Uncle Howard's gravestone. I was not born when he died, but my Dad talks of him fondly. When I showed him the picture of the grave site he was very touched. I hope someday to visit. Thanks, Kim Repsher-Loor daughter of Robert W. Repsher
Added by Kim Loor on Dec 02, 2013 9:19 PM
|Angi Weast King||Peter Olinger|
I am very sorry that it has taken me so long to say thank you for taking the picture of Peter's headstone. I truly appreciate it.
Hello again Karl,
Thank you so very much for your generosity in transferring Winfield Scott Grenoble to my care. I have now successfully "reunited" him, & as more information is found I will add it to OUR memorial.
Your willingness to share is much appreciated.
With regards and sincerest thanks,
|Mike kreiss||RE: Thanks!|
Hi Karl. yes, we do. My son is only 5, but he loves his civil war soldiers, old garveyards, and ghosts..hahaha..He'll gave a great time I'm sure. and his sister too, she'll love to be out in the battlefields.
|Helen Wilson||RE: Alden Cunningham|
thank you so much for your reply re burial of the unknowns at Gettysburg. one last question--how would they know their state but not their name? did the states have some identifier on the uniform? (do you know if any of those unknown by name but known by state were sent back to their state for burial? I imagine that might not have been feasible).
|Helen Wilson||Alden Cunningham|
Hello: I came across your picture of a marker for "Maine 104 bodies." I have been searching for Alden Cunningham of Maine who died at Gettysburg 7/3/1863 but is not listed among those buried at Gettysburg, nor was he apparently brought home for burial. He was a member of the 19th Maine. I wonder if you know whether the "104 bodies" marker contains unknown soldiers from Maine.
Your photo's & postings are impressive & a great help to those searching for loved ones.
Helen S. Wilson
Karl, Thank you for your contribution on the site regarding my great great uncle William Kreis, who died at the battle of Gettysburg and is buried at the national cemetery . My father brought me to Gettysburg for the first time back in the 1960's. I have returned many times since. Now next spring I plan on taking my son Ben (5) and daughter Milena (2 1/2),so a new generation will remember their brave ancestor and to appreciate Gettysburg.
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