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Mary Christena Wiegman (1895-1962)

Mary Christena Wiegman, daughter of John William and Elmira H. (Ross) Wiegman, was born on 22 May 1895 in De Graff, Logan, Ohio. She was living with her parents in Logan County, Ohio for the 1900, 1910, and 1920 censuses. 505 more words


Little Leaguers Big And Small Honor Beloved Coach Killed In San Jose

SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — People gathered Saturday night to remember Frank Navarro, a Little League coach who was stabbed to death on the job. 306 more words


Ralph Galer Wiegman (1892-1951)

Ralph Galer Wiegman was born on 30 March 1892 to John William and Elmira Hayden (Ross) Wiegman in De Graff, Logan, Ohio. He was at home with his parents in both the 1900 and the 1910 censuses. 394 more words


Transferring the deceased after burial

Transferring the deceased after burial


In our country in Central America, some Muslims are buried in a graveyard controlled by non-Muslims who are planning to use the graves again to bury non-Muslims. 89 more words




Amber Beads

 An Anglo-Saxon’s View of Their Unearthed Graves

Inspired by Giles’ photo

Sere and yellow,

Rough and round,

Glowing pebbles in a mound, 178 more words

Is Baptism Necessary?

I wish this wasn’t an issue. It shouldn’t be for Bible believing people. But when it comes to baptism, the various stances of churches and teachers over the years has made it an issue. 548 more words


Really Old Cemeteries in NOLA

Photos provided by: Destination Photos by SNP

You will find ancient but very interesting cemeteries in New Orleans. There are a few around town, I chose a couple closest to the downtown area on the map. 236 more words