A couple years ago I was doing some research for a client at Golden Hill Cemetery in Montgomery County, Clarksville, Tennessee. This is one of the many cemeteries that are in despair and in need of some love and attention.
Have any of you run across the occupation “Brass Founder”? Recently while doing some research I ran across this occupation, “Brass Founder”, and wasn’t familiar with it. So what did I do, looked it up of course. When
Published on the 21st of January in 1908 in the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader out of Wilkes-Barre, PA CATHOLICS MAY SELECT ANY PLOT Germans Have No Room For Cemetery GIVEN SPECIAL PERMISSIION DARLING STREET BURIAL PLOT FILLED AND NO NEW ONES
Published on the 6th of January in 1854 in the Delaware State Reporter out of Dover, DE CHOLERA, – The ship New England, with emigrants, has arrived at New Orleans, having had seventy deaths on the passage from cholera.
You never know what you might have missed while searching the web and reading all your messages that’s why I enjoy sharing some of these blogs. I’ve not listed them in any particular order just wanted so share some that
As researchers we encounter those wonderful stories of uniting our clients with their family history through the research that we do. That is a wonderful gift, job or tool however you word it, we take pride in what we do
Photograph taken by Angela Rodesky, Forest Cemetery, Middletown, Delaware M. PHEBE JONES BREED 1860-1926 J. HOWARD BREED 1849-1936 1880 United States Federal Census from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. W.P. Breed head of household, married, white, male, was born abt. 1817 in New
Is there such a thing as a Medusa ring? That was one of the first questions a few of us had as we viewed this ring last week. I stopped by the Middletown Historical Society Museum on Friday and was
Published the 16th of January in 1894 in the Sun out of Baltimore, MD COLORED CENTENARIANS Annie Sullivan Died at the Age of 109 Minnie Jefferson Living at 107 [Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun] NEW YORK, Jan.