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Clarence, IA – Tombstones

Since I didn’t have gps tagging at the time I’m not sure but I think this tombstone was in a cemetery in Clarence Iowa. 40 more words


Carlisle Cathedral: Francis Close

Located in the north nave aisle in Carlisle Cathedral is a monument to Francis Close. Born in 1797 in Corston Somerset, Francis was the youngest son of a noted agriculturalist – Henry Jackson Close. 117 more words


Consider the Consequences of Marriage

One has to marvel at how much Miss Fannie loved Mr. Licker to have agreed to take his name:

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Information About Tombstones

Tombstones are a vital little bit of any family’s lamenting methodology. Gravestones serves to simply help families adapt to their misfortunes.

Tombstones are etched with appointments operating as much once again whilst the 1700s, and imprint the graves of a couple of eras. 195 more words


2014 Review of www.acgsi.org Additions

Lots of new “stuff” was added to our www.acgsi.org web site in 2014. Some items are public while some are Members Only. Volunteer time, … 114 more words


Cemetery Addict

Hi, my name is Susan and I’m a Cemetery Addict. Whew, glad that’s out. I’ve been a cemetery addict since I was a small child. On family trips we would be driving merrily along when someone would say, “There’s a cemetery” and the car would stop and we would all pile out to explore. 443 more words


Malaga's English Cemetery – Remembering Auld Lang Syne

Let me take you by the hand and accompany you on a walk through the English Cemetery of Malaga.

I didn’t know how to organize the photos. 830 more words