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Family, Girls' Trips, and Coastal Towns (Part 4)

Charleston, SC 

Wow! So it has only taken me three months to finally finish editing these photos and get around to writing this blog. This hot summer proved to be a busy one! 552 more words


Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood, SD

This is the first time I’ve refused to go in a cemetery.

Passing through Deadwood, South Dakota on the way back to Colorado, we thought the walk up steep Lincoln Avenue would yield a nice chance to stretch our legs and see… 145 more words


Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hannibal, MO

In the course of driving back to Colorado from Washington, DC, TC and I stopped in Hannibal, Missouri: the hometown of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain).  Outside of the city proper is Mount Olivet cemetery.   106 more words


Hot Deals & Cool Weather

I have SALE crosses on my Zibbet and Etsy sites  as well as NEW Autumn crosses.



Thoughts & More

A Merry Cemetery!

A member of the family had posted to Facebook a power point about Romania. History and Geography are my favorites so I watched the 60 sec. 288 more words

Thoughts & More

Dead easy statistics — georgethomsonlettering

ANOTHER NEW BOOK DEAD EAST STATISTICS FOR GRAVEMARKER RESEARCH This book is written for anyone interested in how statistics can help develop the potential of the gravemarker as an important and accessible artefact in the study of material culture.

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Fernwood Cemetery: The Importance of Research

I’ve talked before about how to research burials at Fernwood Cemetery in Lansdowne, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. One of the things I always stress to people researching burials there is to take the time to contact the cemetery office—via phone or mail—to inquire about burials and to hopefully receive valuable genealogical information. 164 more words