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Birthday Celebration of Civil War Veteran

The Kentucky Advocate, Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky

Thursday, July 20, 1911

Old Soldiers

Civil War Veterans at Perryville Celebrate the Birthday of a Comrade. 310 more words

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James Masterson - Revolutionary War Veteran

James Masterson, Ensign, NC Troops, Revolutionary War, April 7, 1752 – December 15, 1838.  Lexington Cemetery, Fayette County, Kentucky.

Short, sweet and simple – my children and grandchildren are here for the weekend!

Family Stories

Family Heirloom

Some of us are Lucky to have Family Heirlooms passed down throughout the generations. What is your most favorite & treasured Heirloom ?

Mine is my Maternal Grand Mother’s Wedding Band. 146 more words

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New Jewish Cemetery

The New Jewish Cemetery (Czech: Nový židovský hřbitov) in Žižkov, Prague, Czech Republic, was established in 1891 to relieve the space problem at the Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague. 94 more words

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Revolutionary War Veteran Cornelius O. Vanarsdall Pension Papers

Old Mud Meeting House

The Old Mud Meeting House in Mercer County is one of only two log meeting houses to survive in Kentucky.  The Harrodsburg Historical Society has restored it to its former glory.  1,280 more words

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Olšany Cemetery

Olšany Cemetery (Olšanské Hřbitovy in Czech), was established in 1680 to accomodate Plague victims who died en masse in Prague and needed to be buried quickly. 62 more words

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Malvazinky Cemetery

The Cemetery was built on the original Farm Estate Malvazinka in 1876, and in its time it was second Biggest Cemetery after Olšany

My Mother told me, that all of Gross Family was buried in Malvazinky Cemetery : 38 more words

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