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Camp Letterman Field Hospital site in Gettysburg Threatened

To learn more about the Camp Letterman General Hospital and its historical significance please visit the following National Park Service link:

http://www.nps.gov/archive/gett/getttour/sidebar/letterman.htm

An online petition has been started in an effort to preserve the site of Camp Letterman. If this is a cause you would consider supporting, please click on the petition link below and sign. One person can truly make a difference. http://www.petitiononline.com/camp1863/petition.html

 

SHEARER DEEDS 1

RECORDED
Release Heirs of Maria Shearer to Ellen Nace exe Misc Book- 36 Pages 71-73 26 June 1906
Release Heirs of Herbert N. Shearer to Ida M. Gerhman Misc book - 40 Pages 600-601 15 Aug 1912
Deed Heirs of Lovina Shearer to Anna A. Smith Deed - 382 Pages 354-355 26 Jun 1913

STEINBERGER DEEDS1

RECORDED
James Cressman to John Steinberger
Book 128 page 214-215
19 July 1865
Mortgage-John Steinberger to Amelia Heitz
Book 91 Pages 462-464
6 Jan 1886
Deed-Michael Heitz to Sarah M. Steinberger
Book 284 Pages 120-121
6 Jun 1898
Deed-Heirs of Edward Thomas to Sarah Steinberger
Deed 285 pages 506-509
6 Jun 1898
Mortgage - John & Sarah Steinberger to Louiza Wetter
Book 138 Pages 622-624
1 Aug 1898
Petition & decree Court of Common Pleas-to Sarah Minerva Steinberger
Deed 286 Pages 325-327
24 Aug 1898
 
GRANTOR GRANTEE BOOK PAGE DATE LOCATION
Miller, Rebecca John Wildman Misc 11 285 9 Feb 1853 Release
Miller, Peter Jonas Frankenfield 99 407 27 Apr 1857 Nockamixon
Miller, Peter Herman Paetzell 341 248 20 Dec 1907 BridgetonTwp
Miller, Peter Est Michael McEntee 354 214 20 Sep 1907 Bridgeton Twp 1



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