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Scything the Churchyard in North Yorkshire

Last week I was back at St John’s Church near Ripon in North Yorkshire to teach a group how to use an austrian scythe as part of their Conservation week. 115 more words


Fragments of a Broken Past

Fallen obelisk for 24-year-old Annie Comstock (1844-1868) and George E. Hale (unk-1897) in Bayside Cemetery off County Road 59, south of Clarkson University, in the Village of Potsdam, St. 42 more words

New York

Final Curtain

Headstone for Nathan (1795-1842) and Susan Parks (1796-1879) in Riverside Cemetery on William Street, just south of the Oswegatchie River, in Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York. 61 more words

New York

While Heaven Wept

The gravestone of Jennie E. Hale-Caldea in Clayton Cemetery on James Street, south of Clayton, New York in Jefferson County. Draw your attention to the hand descending from heaven holding flowers. 61 more words

New York

Forget Every Sunrise

Headstone for Alfred (1880-1958) and Aurore LeFebvre (1875-1943) in Saint Anns Cemetery off Woods Falls Road, just west of the Great Chazy River, outside the small hamlet of Mooers Forks, Clinton County, New York. 48 more words

New York

Eve's Last Daughter

Headstone for little Sarah L. Clintsman (1859-1861), daughter of Truman and Mary Clintsman, in Wayside Cemetery on Main Street, off U.S. Route 11, in the tiny village of Richville, St. 24 more words

New York

Obed Clark (1751-1798)

One day I got lost. Not terribly lost, I wasn’t far from home and I had some sense of where I might be, but I was on unfamiliar winding roads in a wooded, rural area with no GPS. 497 more words