|Karl Stelly (#47103588)|
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PLEASE NOTE: To anyone who had EDITS suggested for me in the last few months, please re-submit them. I accidentally deleted them. So, please re-submit, and I will put them into effect. Thanks!|
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 8 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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|Gallo Genes||thank you|
I appreciate the transfer of my great uncle
thank you for creating his memorial and your dedication to this site
|June Grove||Nila (Grimm) Malsky|
Harrisburg Telegraph - July 15, 1933 - Guests of the Misses Orndorff, Miller and Elder, at Rest - E - Z cottage, were: Mr. and Mrs. Loy Newton Orndorff (August 14, 1895-March 15, 1965) and Alma R. (November 4, 1898-August 16, 2002, buried Gettysburg National Military Park Cemetery, World War I . children, Irene. Caroline and Clark; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rick. Mr. and Mrs. Curvin Grimm, daughter. Nila;
GETTYSBURG Nila (Grimm) Malsky, 85, passed away Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at York Hospital. She was the wife of Frank J. Malsky. Born July 27, 1929 in Gettysburg, a daughter of the late Curvin and Irene (Orendorf) Grimm, she retired from Diehl Motor Company. Mrs. Malsky is survived by a daughter, Barbara A. Keyton of Gettysburg; and a son, Curvin R. Grimm of Gettysburg. Funeral services and burial will be private in Holy Saviour Cemetery, York.
|Debbie Hartman||Frank Slonaker|
Added his military info. to his bio. Thanks. Debbie Hartman
|Gene Stephan||George Steffey|
Karl, Thanks for the transfer on George #47103588, I wrote up what I knew about him on his Bio. If you happen to come across any 0ther info on his military service let me know, Thx Again, gene
|Ruth Dean||Alan Corey|
Thank you for the photo of Alan Corey's headstone.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||Walter Smyser|
Thank you Karl for finding this photo for me. I have been expanding the Smyser line in my tree when I found out that a neighbor I had when I was growing up was related to me through marriage. What a small world. Thanks again, sheila
|Bobby||RE: Grace D. Stout|
I was so excited to find it for you. always glad to help
Added by Bobby on Jul 14, 2014 8:20 PM
|Justin Doty||Thank You|
Thank you Karl for this information regarding Robert. I am related to him and am bringing my kids out in two weeks to find the grave.
|Tom Schoening||Frank E Van Scoyoc|
Karl - Thank You for taking the time to link Frank to his parents - Greatly Appreciated.
Regards - Tom Schoening
|Rose Griffith||Lloyd Naugle, Jr|
You posted a photo of my great Uncle Lloyd's headstone at Gettysburg. Thank you! I am doing some research on him to add to family tree work that my mother started many years ago.
With the 70th anniversary of D-Day, my Uncle is on my mind (again/still!). He was my grandmother's brother and she never stopped missing him.
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