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Tombstone Tuesday: The Chiltons

This Tombstone Tuesday will be short and to the point since I don’t have a lot of information on these women, but I do have a wonderful picture: 531 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Mary Jane Neely

This gravestone picture is from Findagrave.com, thank you Russ Davies for taking the picture.

Mary Jane Cunningham was born in 1860, the second to the last child of Captain James and Susanna Cunningham. 117 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ Isaac Newton WYCOFF

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Name: Isaac Newton WYCOFF

Birth: 13 Apr 1842; Ross Twp., Jefferson County, Ohio

Death: 27 June 1864; Marietta, Cobb County, Georgia

Parents: Isaac Newton WYCOFF and Catherine Ann R. 19 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Poor Little Boys

I noticed the gravestone in the Albin Cemetery of two boys that died on the same day long before I knew what happened to them. 266 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Marylou “Sal” Hall

The hardest part about writing on a Tombstone Tuesday is that I want to know everything I can about the subject and that is next to impossible for these long dead, distant relatives. 329 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday: Thomas J. Cunningham

It’s high time I unearth this blog and relay some information a before it gets lost by time. Last week I “inherited” a car load of Cunningham and Holmsley information. 354 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday : Amos Chaffee (1744-1815)

As a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), it’s exciting to find that an ancestor’s service in the American Revolution has been officially honored by the DAR. 503 more words

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