Well here we go again another “Tombstone Tuesday” blog post. I did a little research on the Bryan family that I found in the Old Saint Anne’s Church Cemetery. This is an interesting family that has a great amount of
Wanted to bring back “Tombstone Tuesday” and continue viewing Old St. Anne’s Church Cemetery. You can find so many nuggets of information while conducting your research in the cemeteries. For those of you who might not know I don’t have
Normally on “Tombstone Tuesday” I just share the photographs of tombstones and include the information on the stones. I decided to try something a little different; I’m adding a little bit more information. Keep in mind this isn’t a complete
With our recent move to Middletown in Delaware there were a lot of things that needed to be done before I could scratch that itch. The itch I’m referring to is the need to get out and find the historical
Both of the tombstones that I’m showing you today I found in the same cemetery, The United States Disciplinary Barracks Cemetery at Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas. Albert Wildcat Inmate number 1886 Incarcerated 1 NOV 1899 Died 8 FEB 1903
This is the tombstone of E. Hezekiah ESTES Jr., my great grand uncle who died at the age of 20. His parents were Pinkney Dallas ESTES (1850- 1933) and Mary Evaline LIMBAUGH (1849-1932) of Bollinger county Missouri.
This photo is a from a collection that I purchased off of eBay. Information from the back tells us that this was the funeral of Mrs. Paul Johnson taken at the Lakeside Cemetery in Milnor, North Dakota on Tuesday, April
If there was any photo of a tombstone I could find that would give me the heebie-jeebies this one would be it. The information I have on this photo is very limited. I’m still researching on the family. This was
This is the tombstone of my grandparents. Martha Colleen Elfrank a strong willed and lovable woman. Fred Henry Elfrank, a loving grandfather and hero.