4 edition of The Trustees of Glenwood Burying Ground found in the catalog.
The Trustees of Glenwood Burying Ground
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Walter S. Newhall Post, No. 7, visited the old burying grounds at Palmer and Belgrade streets and on Hanover street, Kensington. ' A big crowd of people, mostly women and children, fathered at Glenwood Cemetery, where E. D. Baker ’oat, No. 8, officiated. There are twelve hundred soldiers burled In Glenwood. The remains were interred in the family burying ground, the funeral being preached by Rev. Z. W. Pigg. Mr. Parrish had for several years been a teacher in the public schools of the county, and was one of the best qualified of our country teachers.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Glenwood Burying Ground (Picton, Ont.). Trustees of Glenwood Burying Ground. Picton [Ont.]: [publisher not identified], Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Glenwood Burying Ground (Picton, Ont.) ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: 24 p.
; 15 cm. The Presbyterian Burying Ground, also known as the Old Presbyterian Burying Ground, was a historic cemetery which existed between and in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C., in the United was one of the most prominent cemeteries in the city until the s.
Burials there tapered significantly after Oak Hill Cemetery was founded nearby Country: United States. The Trustees of Glenwood Burying Ground [electronic resource]: rules and regulations.
(Picton [Ont.: s.n.], ), by Ont.) Glenwood Burying Ground (Picton (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Rules and regulations of the Saint Stephen Rural Cemetery [electronic resource]: with a catalogue of proprietors.
([St. Stephen, N.B.?]. Nancy is the daughter of Samuel Upton Sr. Ap ), and his wife Mary Ann Lanham (b. Ap ), of Prince George's County Maryland, and later of Monongalia County Virginia.
Nancy's parents Samuel Upton Sr. and Mary Ann Lanham were married on April 4,in Prince George's County : Virginians Burying Ground. Significance of HiStoric Burial groundS and cemeterieS the historic burial grounds and cemeteries of massachusetts are vital elements of the com-monwealth's cultural heritage.
they are often the oldest surviving remnants from the early years of a community and represent important social, historic, architectural and archeological artifacts. Prospect Hill Cemetery, also known as the German Cemetery, is a historic German-American cemetery founded in and located at North Capitol Street in Washington, D.C.
From tothe Prospect Hill Cemetery board of directors battled a rival organization which illegally attempted to take title to the grounds and sell a portion of them as building on: Edgewood, Washington, D.C.
Camden (Deed Book Q), the Township Committee transferred the quarter-acre to Isaac Nicholson and other trustees appointed by the Friends Preparative Meeting at Haddonfield "for a burial ground and such other uses and purposes as the members of said Preparative Meeting" should from time to time direct.
52 Ancestors: Week Cemetery Records on Canadiana The Trustees of Glenwood Burying Ground: rules and regulations. () Saint John Rural Cemetery Company. Fernhill Saint John Rural Cemetery Company: acts of assembly and by-laws for the government thereof, together with reports of directors and treasurer and an alphabetical list of the Author: Candice Mcdonald.
copy from hand book of rules and regulations Published by A. Hooker, After the agitation of the subject of an improvement of the Troy Cemetery for a number of years by some of our citizens, foremost among whom were C. Sayles, H. Long and Rev. Conde, a meeting was called at the Troy House, June 5, Source: Published in Times Review, 3/1/ Part of local archive collection of the Teaneck Public Library, gift of Chris D.
Sheffe. By Elizabeth S. Sample Mrs. Sample is the wife of Frank L. Sample and a native of the Township. Her article reflects great research and presents very interesting incidents of early Teaneck.
This article, possibly to be amplified, will be included in. The little island of Nantucket can solve your book-buying needs year-round at at least two well-used bookstore. Mitchell’s Book Corner on Main Street is open-year round, and visitors praise its travel section, with lots and lots of titles – fiction, non-fiction, and coffee-table books -- about Nantucket history ().
Don’t forget to sign our book when u visit. Board of Trustees - Riverhead Free Library Julie Greene Updates Local Residents About the Work Accomplished by the Historic Burying Ground.
Glenwood Cemetery Established inexpanded significantly during Civil War, when graves were moved from graveyard of original Foundry United Methodist Church.
Holy Rood Cemetery (The original Catholic burying ground of Georgetown. Graves originally located in the Holy Trinity Churchyard were moved here in the early 19th century. Records are sorted by place name (usually: city, state): A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y unspecifed location: Description: Item # Box # Condition.
It was also known as a favorite burying ground of the local Indian tribes, who dwelt along Lake Huron and Lake Erie, thereby having easy access to Ecorse via the Detroit river, which in reality is no more than a strait between the two aforementioned lakes. Our mobile scanning team is equipped to scan at any cemetery, anywhere in the U.S.
Scanning typically includes burial cards, lot cards, ledger books, deeds, notes and maps. Old, fragile, delicate documents & maps are our specialty.
Call today at or to see if our services are right for your cemetery. You will find us. This database of cemeteries in Greensboro includes interments in the three municipal cemeteries operated by the City of Greensboro -- Forest Lawn, Green Hill, and Maplewood Cemeteries.
It includes details of more t burials and is a continuously updated and growing list. The earliest burial in the database is in Green Hill Cemetery. Its burying ground is easily visible in the near distance.
It was built in as a Baptist Church by the earlier generations of the families which for many years attended and supported it. It has been raised within recent years to provide a basement, dining room, and kitchen, but the church itself remains unchanged on a new foundation.
EURE Obits from David Powell's Collection for persons that either were born or died a EURE (pre ) GATESVILLE ITEMS. Solomon J. Eure a son of Henry Q. Eure, residing near here met with a fatal accident at Dr. John C. Ballard's saw mill on the 8th inst. Frank William Graham () was an author.
There are personal diaries and agendas, as well as records dealing with his book sales. There are office diaries for the Game and Inland Fisheries Board. these diaries cover ; Eric Ellis () served with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment from to Prospect Hill Cemetery, also known as the German Cemetery, is a historic German-American cemetery founded in and located at North Capitol Street in Washington, D.C.
From tothe Prospect Hill Cemetery board of directors battled a rival organization which illegally attempted to take title to the grounds and sell a portion of them as building lots.Argyle Historic Church & Old Burial Grounds JulyArgyle Historic Church & Old Burial Grounds Julycompiled by J.
Atkinson Some of its features are recorded in Jackson Ricker's book Historical Sketches of Glenwood and the Argyles as follows "I can recall some of the old fashioned features, the elevated pulpit and high back.