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Love Cemetery

Love Cemetery is located at, you guessed it, old Love Station, Mississippi. From Memphis, take I-55 south to the Hernando exit. Go right on Hwy 304 about one mile to the Hernando town square and continue counter-clockwise until you reach Hwy 51 on the southeast corner. 94 more words

Cemeteries

WAITING FOR WABI SABI

And just where have you been, young lady? Your mother and I have been worried sick about you.

Mea Culpa, Gentle Reader. I have been missing from your computer screen for two weeks now and I am darned sorry about that. 247 more words

Photography

Work Session this Saturday, July 26th

Our next regular work session in the Cemetery takes place this Saturday between 10 am and 3 pm. There is a variety of tasks that we may be doing, from going back into battle with the bracken (if it has not reached the spore-releasing stage) and tackling some ivy, now that the birds have fledged. 48 more words

News

Mr. A. Smith McCann Obituary

from the Harrodsburg Newspaper, Mercer County, Kentucky

Friday, April 1, 1898

Mr. A. Smith McCann died at the Protestant Infirmary, Lexington, Monday morning.  He was a son of the late Milton McCann, of this county, and was born three miles east of this place.  192 more words

Genealogy Ramblings

Day 199: Creepy Geocaching

 

My grandson Dayan and I discovered the thrill of geocaching back on Day 72. Geocaching is a type of treasure hunting game played using a phone’s GPS. 887 more words

Year Of Firsts

On stilled voices and visualising silence

Yesterday my 100 days project word was ‘silence’ — and I have to say it was possibly the most challenging to date.

Partly that might be because I’m away from home, without access to my normal work tools and archives and reliant on my iPad. 145 more words

Genealogy

"As state mental institutions close, the final resting places for many patients are forgotten"

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This July 17, 2014 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article talks about what is happening to the cemeteries that were once part of now closed state hospitals where the remains of patients who lived and died at the hospital were laid to rest. 90 more words

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