This website is hosted by Google. In all the years that I have been posting, I have only ran into one glitch which resulted in the loss of material which I have posted. In doing routine and necessary housekeeping I was prompted to erase errors of posts that were defective for one reason or another. I am still trying to find out what caused the loss, but unfortunately there is no peronal contacts; only "FAQ" type situations. I have gone to my most recent posts and post some of the recent graphics. You will note that the page following this dates back to December which means I lost most of January for the past 20 days. Sorry for the error.
Tom: I will repeat my post which obviously was victim of the "Google Gremlin" You never fail to hit the right key strokes with your postings. My favorite two subjects are connected herein. The " Fitzgeorge's who as the adv. noted as the selling agents for the Chambersburg lots, lived just in the 200 block of Jackson St. where my sister, and cousins once lived, just a block from our revered Sacred Heart Church. Ted Fitzgeorge; his grandson was a communicant at Sacred Heart while I was a regular attendee there. Ted a local attorney married a fellow student of mine from where else; Jr. 4 by the name of Joy Nabinger. See my 2 favorite places, all in one paragraph. Nice going Tom, and Thanks for all the wonderful memories. As I have said before, Performing the hundreds of wedding ceremonies, and reading your blogs, keep me from destroying some beautiful golf course with my inability to play the game.
Best always Mike Kuzma
With the drastic and rapid change in the Chambersburg we all know and love, the history of that wonderful "borough" is a very apropos subject. With the advent of the personal computer and the ability to display graphics of historic interest, I find more and more historical material on the web. Facebook has many local interest historic pages relating to our local area. It's difficult to envision that very crowded area of Trenton as being farmland dotted with cornfields, orchards and open farm land. Above is graphic proof that indeed it was.