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Jews, cemeteries and Morocco

Rabat – At a time of heightened fear and panic, Morocco’s efforts to maintain peace between its Jewish and non-Jewish communities was brought to the forefront last year when the country’s efforts were recognised in the US. 1,082 more words


Two of a Kind

” Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead.”

– from Secret by The Pierces

I’ve been a frequent visitor to Oakwood Cemetery in Syracuse, NY for so many years.   400 more words


Great Great Uncle Horatio

From the multitude of forebears I have unearthed through amateur family history sleuthing, one character stands out: Great Great Uncle Horatio, my grandmother’s uncle. Two years ago I never knew he existed but now he continues to surface in the archives of the past. 787 more words

Notre Dame Cemetery, Worcester, MA

A Small Bird Lands on the Back of the Outstretched Hand of a Little Angel Kneeling on the Base of a Gravestone at Notre Dame Cemetery in Worcester, MA


Doggett George Cornish and Rachel Cornish Obituaries

George D. Cornish, July 13, 1828 – May 24, 1904.  Rachael A Cornish, December 2, 1830 – November 18, 1912.  Spring Hill Cemetery, Harrodsburg, Mercer County, Kentucky. 183 more words

Genealogy Research

A celebration of Alfonso's life

I am passionate about my cross creations because I know that time spent quietly at a loved ones grave can be very private and special. Sometimes a person just wants to recall a memory, or have a conversation that never was spoke, or just a moment to show respect for the life that was part of yours. 154 more words


St. Charles Catholic Church Cemetery List on Kindle

One more new book on Kindle – a cemetery list of St. Charles Catholic Church Cemetery, in Marion County, Kentucky.  Included are 1,262 names on the list. 76 more words

Kentucky Kindred Genealogy