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Tillie Pierce picture.
Tillie Pierce picture

History of Tillie Pierce

 

Tillie Pierce House Notes.

  • Location of the Gettysburg Tillie Pierce House is 301-303 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Gettysburg in 1863, Tillie Pierce lived in this house.

 

 

Photos of the Historic Tillie Pierce House and other Gettysburg Historic Sites.

History of the Tillie Pierce House.

  The historic Tillie Pierce house was witness to the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. The Pierce family was James Pierce (father), Margaret (mother), 2 sons James Shaw Pierce, and William H. Pierce, 2 daughters Margaret A. Pierce and Matilda (Tillie) Pierce. Both sons were serving for the Union army when the battle reached Gettysburg.

Tillie Pierce House Gettysburg Pennsylvania
Historic Tillie Pierce House located on 301-303 Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Tillie Pierce House picture taken in June 2004.

Leaving the Tillie Pierce House for safety.

  On July 1st, Tillie Pierce,  who was accompanied by Mrs. Shriver and her two children, Sarah L. and Mary M., left for the safety outside of town to the Jacob Weikert farm. The Weikert farm was about three miles south on Taneytown Road. Tillie Pierce's path to the Weikert farm was traveling on foot south on Baltimore Street entering the Evergreen Cemetery, and passing Cemetery Hill to the Taneytown Road eventually riding a wagon the rest of the distance.

 

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