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Tombstone Tuesday: Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery

While in Sligo, one of the things I really wanted to visit was Carrowmore. The walk from town was pretty and a bit unique. No sidewalks or anything, just country walking. 445 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Zebulon Frisbie

        Zebulon Frisbie was born July 4, 1801 in Orwell, Bradford County, Pennsylvania to parents Levi and Phebe (Gaylord) Frisbie.  Phebe’s father, Aaron Gaylord, had been slain at the… 588 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday : Margaretha Barbara (Hildner) Bernthal

Margaretha Barbara (Hildner) Bernthal (12 February 1827-06 January 1895) immigrated to the United States from Germany sometime prior to her marriage to Georg Konrad Bernthal… 108 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Knocknarea

Going along with last week’s Tombstone Tuesday, here’s more from our trip to Sligo, Ireland.

We had seen this hill while we wandering around town and asked the owners of the B+B we were staying at about it. 300 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Alexander Milliner (1760-1865)

Today’s Tombstone Tuesday subject was one of the last six Revolutionary War veterans featured in Reverend Elias Hillard’s book, The Last Men of the Revolution… 1,087 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Sligo Ireland

In 2012, my husband and I spent a month in Ireland. We started in Dublin and traveled the coast all the way around to end up back in Dublin at a month’s end. 519 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: America Waldo Bogle

While researching this past weekend’s Surname Saturday article on the Waldo surname, I came across today’s subject.  Her story is interesting and a bit intriguing, especially in regards to her parentage. 571 more words

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