Family and Friend’s Wait for Funeral I came across this announcement and can’t even imagine what this family had to go through. After loosing a mother, wife and friend in a gruesome accident and then find out the funeral date
Published on the 1st of May in 1904 in the Philadelphia Inquires out of Philadelphia, PA NEWS OF INTEREST TO THE VETERANS CEMETERY ASSIGNMENTS FOR LOCAL POSTS ON MEMORIAL DAY ARE ANNOUNCED GENERAL OSTERHAUS TO BE GIVEN RECERTION BY THE
Appeared in Grand Forks Daily Herald out of Grand Forks, North Dakota on April 16 1898 APRIL IN AMERICAN HISTORY April is an eventful month in American history. Thirty-seven years ago, two days after the firing of the shot that
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.
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.
Many of us spot some unusual things during our research. Some of the things we might view as a little on the strange side, funny, gross or even unusual. Most of the time some of these things we spot during
Printed on Monday the 6th of July in 1818 in the Spirit of the Times & Carlisle Gazette out of Carlisle, Pennsylvania Reality of Witches An old woman, Jane Wenbam by name, was tried for witchcraft at the Hertford assizes
The Mohawk Valley seems to have had its share of tragedy and the spirits there feel as if it is their responsibility to continue to reminding everyone. Printed on Thursday the 8th of February 1872 in the Schenectady Reflector out of Schenectady,
Printed Wednesday the 30th of June 1875 in the Washington Reporter out of Washington, Pennsylvania Afraid of Becoming Witches Major Powell says in his forthcoming book: The life of an Indian maiden is blythe and merry for a few years,