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Ditto Marks in a Cemetery

I’m familiar with ditto marks in documents:

But in a cemetery? I have to admit, this was a first for me..

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Tombstone Tuesday: Abijah Thompson (1739-1811)

This month, I’ll be submitting application papers to the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution tracing the lineage to my 6th great-grandfather, ABIJAH THOMPSON… 822 more words


Tombstone Tuesday: Luxembourger Genealogy and Gravestone Research

Irish tombstones are invaluable for research, since they often list the individual’s original hometown. Are they equally valuable for Luxembourger research?

No, for two reasons. 109 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ Jennie E. BEADNELL

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Jennie E. BEADNELL
Birth: 04 July 1895; Jefferson County, Ohio
Death: 18 June 1980; Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Abraham Lincoln BEADNELL and Flora Dell POTTS… 100 more words


Tombstone Tuesday ~ Claude Levern MORROW

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Claude Levern MORROW
Birth: 03 October 1921; Bergholz, Jefferson County, Ohio
Death: 04 September 1945; Santa Ana, Orange County, California
Parents: James Andrew MORROW and Ina Mae HACKATHORN… 24 more words


Tombstone Tuesday

P.A. Shuck Cemetery White Oak Rd, Fayette County, WV

For Tombstone Tuesday it seems only proper to begin with the place where my love for genealogy was born, the P.A. 225 more words

Tombstone Tuesday ~ Samuel Charles MOORE

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Samuel Charles MOORE
Birth: 08 November 1888; Toronto, Jefferson County, Ohio
Death: 12 August 1964; Bergholz, Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: James H. MOORE and Ida L. 24 more words