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I love cemeteries
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Les...fortunate    Posted 10-18-2002 at 13:35:03       [Reply]  [No Email]

Especially this time of year and in the spring.
I checked out the flags. Those men were in the GAR.


Larry    Posted 10-18-2002 at 17:58:24       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Here lies Less More.
Shot by a slug from a Forty-four.
No less,no More.
No more,no Less

I think that's how is goes.

Sorry I just couldn't help myself. :-)


Dave 2N    Posted 10-18-2002 at 16:26:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Les-
Nice photo. It looks just like the old cemetery that borders the field on the east end of my property. Lots of old maples that are beautifful this time of year, with my field and my colorful woods in the background.
It's an old comunity cemetery with very few recent burials. We all take turns mowing it and keeping it looking good.
Two Revolutionary war veterans are there (both died natural deaths) and two Civil war veterans are there too. One died a natural death and one died in a hospital in Washington, DC from battle wounds.
To make it more interesting, many of the people who are on my deed/abstract are there too.
I enjoy hogging my field next ot this cmetery. In fact, we call it the "Cemetery Field."


M.Higgins    Posted 03-10-2004 at 15:50:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Thanks reading. I am looking for the grave of Capt Charles McAnally of the 69th Penn Inf. and an M.O.H. veteran. He was badly wounded in the war and as far as we know is buried in the Washington area. His relatives here in Ireland trying to find his grave.Any snippit of information would be greatly appreciated.Many thanks = Michael Higgins


Les    Posted 10-18-2002 at 17:49:33       [Reply]  [No Email]
One of the things my wife and I like to do is visit battlefield cemeteries. We've been to many, such as Gettysburg, Cold Harbor, Fredericksburg, Arlington and the Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond (a very wonderful place to visit...we've been there twice).
The neatest one we saw was at Lexington, VA at the little cemetery where Stonewall Jackson was originally buried. Maybe you've seen that picture of the little fenced in grave site with all the women mourners around Jackson's grave. We were there in the spring when the dogwoods and redbuds were blossoming. It could not have been more perfect a setting.


Donna from Mo (again)    Posted 10-18-2002 at 16:02:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
A woman and her little girl were visiting the grave of the little girl's grandmother. On their way through the cemetery back to the car, the little girl asked, "Mommy, do they ever bury two people in the same grave?"

"Of course not, dear." replied the mother, "Why would you think that?"

"The tombstone back there said 'Here lies a lawyer and an honest man."



One More Time    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:57:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Here lies the body of Raymond Blake
He stepped on the gas instead of the brake


And Again    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:56:18       [Reply]  [Send Email]
somewher 'mongst these gray rocks
inna box lies Hatter Cox
who passed from this world
from small pox


Ray    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:53:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Stop and see as you pass by
As you are now so once was I
As I am now so you must be
Prepare for death and follow me

HAPPY HALOWEEN Y'ALL


Kraig WY ---Not just graveyards    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:13:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
You shore have some pretty trees


Denny    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:58:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
I too have always enjoyed graveyards, looking at the headstones, the the dates and names, if only each one could tell the story of their lives how intersting it would be.


Donna from Missouri    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:00:19       [Reply]  [No Email]
I've had people tell me I'm morbid because I love cemetaries, so I'm glad to know there are others. When I was small, I loved Decoration Day, when the whole family went to the grave yard and put flowers on relatives' graves. I remember my mom fussing at me when I stepped on someone's grave!


LH Me Too    Posted 10-18-2002 at 14:39:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
I like reading all the old epitaths on the stones. What I hate is so many of the older abandoned cemeteries are getting run down, and being vandalized.


Coaltrain    Posted 10-18-2002 at 14:15:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
I am having trouble trying to post a photo here would you want to share Thanks Coaltrain


Nathan(GA)    Posted 10-18-2002 at 14:20:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
Click on Photo Gallery on the left of this page. Then click "click here" to add photos near the top of the page and follow directions. You should have your picture named on your computer so you can recognize it when you hit the browse button. Once you find it after hitting browse, click on it and hit upload.

Nice shot Les.


Coaltrain    Posted 10-18-2002 at 16:33:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thanks Nathan I will give it a try. Coaltrain


Swamphandy    Posted 10-18-2002 at 13:52:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Wow wonderful picture. Reminds me of back when I was young, I used to mow a graveyard. I love how peaceful they are. Only thing I am superstitous about is politicions, but every once in a while I would turn my head and I coulda swore I saw somthing move.

-Swamphandy


DeadCarp    Posted 10-18-2002 at 15:17:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
My uncle's hayfield was along ways from the place but right next to the township cemetary, so every so often he'd tie up the team, take his lunchpail, go under the big tree there and "have lunch with the boys".

We saw some interesting 200-yr-old headstone engravings at the Bowen Basin cemetary in Vic, Australia once. There was a real fancy headstone for this Father so&so, beside an almost as fancy one for this gal, "Consort of Father so&so." Some marched to different drummers even in those days :)




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