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Captured: Flag at Mount Jackson

It’s called Mount Jackson Cemetery, but it’s on some of the flattest land in Indianapolis. Mount Jackson was the surrounding neighborhood’s original name, going back to the 1820s, but it’s been called Hawthorne for longer than anybody can remember. 43 more words

Photography

Christ Church and Cemetery, Cloverdale

In the 1870s only a few families lived in the area that became Cloverdale: the Huck’s, Shannon’s, Thrift’s, Boothroyd’s. They settled around the area of Old McClellan and Coast Meridian (168th street). 948 more words

Lower Mainland

Oak Hill Cemetery

On my other blog, I wrote a post discussing Oak Hill Cemetery in Kingsport, Tennessee. Ancestors on both sides of my family are buried there… 205 more words

Archer (surname)

First Photo Post: Old Bethel Methodist Church

One of the new things I want to do here, is add photos. I take lots and lots of pictures, and consider myself an evolving amateur photographer. 319 more words

Photography

Pets' Cemetery

Saturday: We spent a few hours in the unvisited western end of Brede High Woods, taking in Scots Pine & Oak plantations, Sweet Chestnut coppice (the pines’ understorey regenerating well in spite of deer browsing but new growth on chestnut stools chewed right off) and on into strange Alder-dominated ex-field soggy with orange, iron-rich springs. 191 more words