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Night of the Flaming Ballerinas

In late August, 1861, William Wheatley signed the lease for the Continental Theater in Philadelphia. William Wheately was an old theatrical hand given to tried and true classic performances.   636 more words

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Tonopah Wants Fed Land To Expand Cemetery

TONOPAH, Nev. (AP) — Nye County is hoping to buy a sliver of Nevada’s public lands to expand the Mount Moriah Cemetery.

The Bureau of Land Management is accepting public to sell 7.5 acres just west of the tiny town of Manhattan in Big Smoky Valley. 69 more words


Tombstone Tuesday - Smith Addy and family

For today’s Tombstone Tuesday post, I would like to take a different direction today. Instead of a post concerning one person at a particular cemetery, I would like to point people to the following story,  46 more words

Tombstone Tuesday - The Addy tombstone

For today’s Tombstone Tuesday post, I would like to share a picture of a tombstone for one of the Addys that is buried in the Mount Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 84 more words

Vinegar Bill Inspires the Fab Four

Mount Moriah cemetery in Deadwood, South Dakota, up in the Black Hills,  has such a reputation of notoriety that the staff charges admission for tourists to wander around and look at the graves, with a detailed tour guide pamphlet and map in hand. 319 more words


App Lets You Find Who Is Buried In Local Cemetery

By Kim Glovas

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A local cemetery wants visitors to know who is buried in it’s hallowed ground, and yeah, there’s an app for that. 137 more words


Tombstone Tuesday: Benjamin and Ruth Tallman

There is nothing quite like seeing your ancestor’s headstone in person.  It is one thing to know where a grave is and another thing to actually see it in person.   440 more words