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Tombstone Tuesday: Phillip and Marie Peters Bauer

Hier Ruhet                                                      Hier Ruhet

Marie Bauer                                                   Phillip Bauer

Geb. Den                                                        Geb. Den

20 Ten Aug. 1827                                             21Ten Juni 1820

Gest. Den                                                       Gest. Den

13 Ten Maerz 1905                                          5 Ten Jan 1902… 30 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Lieutenant Nathaniel Bowditch (Part One)

     Nathaniel Bowditch (pronounced bau-ditch) was born to parents Dr. Henry Ingersoll and Olivia Jane Yardley Bowditch on December 6, 1839.  As noted in the memoir written by his father, … 1,375 more words

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I have begun a project where I’m researching the grandchildren of James and Susannah Cunningham more in depth. I began with the first grandchild, Mary Susannah Holmsley, the first child of Betty and T.J. 563 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: General Washington Gentry of Johnson County, Tennessee

      I gotta say this was a difficult article to research – so darn many General Washington Gentry’s or George Washington Gentry’s or General George Washington Gentry’s in Johnson County, Tennessee it seemed.  881 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: The "Ocean Sisters" of Johnson County, Tennessee

     Andrew Garfield Shoun and Elizabeth Powell married in 1817 and began raising a family in 1818 with the birth of their first child Andrew.  Then came George Hamilton (1822), Rachel Catherine (1823), Isaac Harvey (1825) and Joseph Nelson (1827).  757 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Tales From Cloverdale Cemetery (Cloverdale, NM)

I just never know where a story idea will pop up.  This one came from some bantering back and forth on Facebook between my brother and one of our cousins about the “Bootheel” area of New Mexico.  699 more words

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