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Tombstone Tuesday ~ Charles William "Chuck" HACKATHORN III

Charles William “Chuck” HACKATHORN III ~ Bergholz Cemetery

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Charles William “Chuck” HACKATHORN III
Birth: 25 September 1962
Death: 10 February 1974; Steubenville, Jefferson County, Ohio… 39 more words

HACKATHORN

Tombstone Tuesday ~ Lambert J. MYERS

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Lambert J. MYERS
Birth: 07 November 1915
Death: 08 September 1916; Springfield Twp., Jefferson County, Ohio
Parents: Lambert Johnson MYERS and Elva B. 40 more words

Ohio

Buried Here But Not; How I Played Hide and Seek on Find A Grave

This year I took over 100 headstone photos in a cemetery where they weren’t.

Confused? So was I!

I drove through the gates of Memory Gardens Cemetery… 402 more words

Find A Grave

Tombstone Tuesday ~ Nancy DIXON

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Nancy DIXON
Birth: about 1796
Death: 22 March 1865
Parents: Unknown
Spouse: John “Simon” PAISLEY
Cemetery: Monroeville Area Cemetery, Jefferson County, Ohio… 19 more words

PAISLEY

Milestone in the Cemetery

I smiled as I took this picture for Find A Grace, imagining the conversation that may have taken place.

“Is that really what you want on your headstone Mom?” 18 more words

Tombstone Tourist

Tombstone Tuesday: Fred and Emma (Stübe) Wiese

Fred and Emma (Stübe) Wiese were German immigrants who lived out their adult lives in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Although both were born in 1867 in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, an area of present-day Germany located along the Baltic Sea, they left their homeland as infants. 1,063 more words

Illinois

Tombstone Tuesday : Johann Georg Veitengruber

In honor of tomorrow’s Veterans Day commemoration, this posting remembers a Frankenmuth veteran.

Johann Georg Veitengruber was born at Gräfensteinberg, Mittelfranken, Bayern (Bavaria) on 11 August 1836, the son of Johann Michael Veitengruber and Anna Maria (Auernhaimer/Auernhammer).[1] He died at the Eastern Michigan Asylum, Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan on 12 December 1894.[2] He was buried at St. 401 more words

Frankenmuth