7 edition of Inscriptions on gravestones in the two old cemeteries on the East Hill in Peterborough, N.H. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Copy of inscriptions on gravestones in the two old cemeteries on the East Hill in Peterborough, New Hampshire|
|Contributions||Brennan, James F., 1853-1930., Peterborough Historical Society (Peterborough, N.H.)|
|LC Classifications||F44.P4 P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||09001974|
She died on 27 Feb in Andover, Merrimack, N. From Northamptonshire they seem to have spread over several of the contiguous counties before the middle of the sixteenth century; being found in Leicestershire as early asin Warwickshire inand in Shropshire at nearly the same period. Thompson - — pages Memorial encyclopedia of the state of New Hampshire - — pages Men and things of Exeter. Index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Massachusetts. New York, Alfred A.
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The operatives, moving about in silence, bearing broken crosses, and coffins, and the bones of the long buried, resembled the agents of an infernal master. Deblois was looking over the Almshouse wall. Let all that read be sure to keep the faith as He has don; With Christ he lives now crowned, his name Was Humphrey Atherton, He dyed the 16 of September, Gallagher's grave including edging, grass clipping and brushing her marker. David McCartney presently living in British Columbia. Such was the sentiment, which caused the Romans to veil those, whose features were distorted in death, as in the case of Scipio Africanus: such obsequies were called larvata funera.
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Appleton-Century Company, A second edition, much enlarged, was published at Concord, in Chattanooga, The Lookout Publishing Company [c]. Vol 1 Rowley, Mass. Further, Gowan has the wrong William, as he says the William there is the brother of Enoch.
Hereinafter cited as Service Records. The citizens of Peterborough next defended the Nation in the War of This is most probably their grandson by Albert. Misr : Maktabat wa-Matba'at al-Jundi, I have something more to say of burials under churches, and in the midst of a dense population.
At post mortems, and upon other occasions, I have, in my vocation, seen them assembled, by half dozens and dozens, and I have come to the conclusion, that no body of men ever look half so wise, or feel half so foolish.
Charleston, S C. Arnie Crittenden for providing the preliminary information on Cst. He married Caroline A. I will forward a package to you of Peter Seddon Oliver's memorabilia such as a coloured photo of Peter in his RCMP tunic, circa or and a photo of the portrait of Peter and background done by Kathleen Mann in England in which hung in the London National Gallery until his death at Dieppe in August when it was returned to my grandmother Oliver in Quebec City.
He married Mary Thomas Smalldaughter of. His heirs, that he might safely rest, Have put his carcass in a chest— The very chest, in which, they say, His other self, his money, lay.
The difficulty of obtaining subjects, for anatomical purposes, has led to outrages upon the dead. After a few visitations, these coffins would probably excite just about as much of the memento mori sensation, as the same number of meal chests.
Dave McCartney presently living in British Columbia. Concord, N. Sparacio, c She married William W. I relate this occurrence, to show how motiveless such trespasses may be.
John and Benaiah Fifield 'of Wilmot' bought and sold land together there in Hillsboro co.Ohio Inscriptions Ashtabula County, Ohio: Winsdor, Windsor Mills Cemeteries / Glenn E.
Griswold / Record of Deaths - Town of Ludlow, Vermont / Rufus S. Warner / X Inscriptions on Gravestones in Two Old Cemeteries on the East Hill, Peterborough, N. H.
/ Charles D. Townsend (Editor) / Inscriptions on gravestones in the two old cemeteries on the East Hill in Peterborough, N.H by James F. Brennan: Is There a Doctor in the Barn?
by Elizabeth Yates: Lies Across America: What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong by James W. Loewen: Peterborough, New Hampshire, in. Generation Six ABIGAIL 6 SILLOWAY () (Abigail 5 Sleeper, Elizabeth 4 Fifield, John 3, Benjamin 2, William 1) was born on 11 Jun in Kingston, Rockingham, N.H (NHVR.).
She was christened on 19 Aug in Kingston, Rockingham, N.H. She married Ensign Abraham Fifield (), son of John Fifield () and Dorotha Fifield (), in She died on 9 May in Salisbury.
Filed under: Epitaphs -- Connecticut -- Litchfield.
Litchfield and Morris inscriptions; a record of inscriptions upon the tombstones in the towns of Litchfield and Morris, Ct. Transcribed by Charles Thomas Payne. (Litchfield, Conn. D. C. Kilbourn, ), by Charles Thomas Payne (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Epitaphs -- Connecticut.
Dealings with the Dead. BY A SEXTON OF THE OLD SCHOOL. No. I. Throw aside whatever I send you, if you do not like it, as we throw aside the old bones, when making a new grave; and preserve only what you think of any value—with a slight difference—you will publish it, and we shouldn’t.
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