Tillie Pierce House

Gettysburg, PA

Matilda J. “Tillie” Pierce was born in 1848 in Gettysburg. She was 15 years old when the Battle of Gettysburg was fought in July of 1863 During the battle, Tillie provided water and food to the soldiers and assisted the surgeons and nurses caring for the wounded. On July 7, 1863, she wrote a book about her experiences during that time. “At Gettysburg, Or What A Girl Saw And Heard Of The Battle” 

The Tillie Pierce House Inn is named for the famous young lady who lived here during the battle. Located in downtown Gettysburg along the Trolley line, the Inn brings together unrivaled hospitality, abundant history and a decor of casual elegance.

August 30, 2014
Investigators: Beth Rosen & Travis Spitzer with guests Tammy Spitzer, Will Ishee, Nick Wendling & Karen Memmolo.

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Findings: Nothing to report

Grave Concerns Paranormal does not view findings presented on this page as evidence of ghosts or the paranormal. These are merely experiences that we can not explain at this time.