Tag Archives: Tombstone Tuesday

Remembering the Irish Famine – BillionGraves March 16, 2020 – Tombstone Tuesdays March 24, 2020

I saw this last week on BillionGraves – Remembering the Irish Famine – BillionGraves March 16, 2020: https://blog.billiongraves.com/remembering-the-irish-famine/. Over 2,000 words in the link above; cut it down to just under 600 words. Gone but not forgotten. Not forgotten because … Continue reading

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Keeping Kids Busy During Coronavirus Closures – BillionGraves March 16, 2020 – Tombstone Tuesdays March 17, 2020

I saw this on BillionGraves yesterday and decided it was a good fit for Tuesdays Tombstones this week – Keeping Kids Busy During Coronavirus Closures – BillionGraves March 16, 2020  https://blog.billiongraves.com/keeping-your-family-busy-during-a-coronavirus-quarantine/. A lot more information in the article. BillionGraves, March … Continue reading

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March 10, 2020 Kansas Tuesdays and Tombstone Tuesdays Update – March 11, 2020

I mentioned last night in my Tombstone Tuesdays post – Summit View Cemetery, Guthrie, Oklahoma – Tombstone Tuesdays March 10, 2020, I was going to update it as I found a number of new links. I also mentioned I would … Continue reading

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Summit View Cemetery, Guthrie, Oklahoma – Tombstone Tuesdays March 10, 2020

Updated March 11, 2020: added new links below. My Kansas Tuesdays post will be posted tomorrow, but backdated as the last post for today. I will be adding a few more links to this post tomorrow as I may have … Continue reading

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Riding the Cemetery Railroad — BillionGraves Blog – Tombstone Tuesdays March 3, 2020

What would it be like to take passage on a cemetery railroad? Imagine it is 1854 and a new train has been built to serve your home city of London. It only has one destination. It travels 23 miles to … Continue reading

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Damaged Gravestones – BillionGraves February 18, 2020 – Tombstone Tuesdays February 25, 2020

I somehow missed this as it shows last week, but I have been checking almost daily on BillionGraves – Damaged Gravestones – BillionGraves February 18, 2020: https://blog.billiongraves.com/damaged-gravestones/. Would be over 2,800 words so cut out a lot to keep it … Continue reading

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Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V. – Tombstone Tuesdays February 18, 2020

I think this is a good candidate for this week’s Tombstone Tuesdays post – Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e.V.: https://www.volksbund.de/en/volksbund.html (link to the English version of the website). I ran across it several days ago – Finding German World War II Service … Continue reading

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Cemetery of cats — Photear – Tombstone Tuesdays February 11, 2020

It’s the cemetery of Valencia, not a cemetery for cats but a human cemetery with cats living there. A lot of cats. I don’t know if it is a a common thing or characteristic of this cemetery, but during my … Continue reading

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Understanding Jewish Gravestones – BillionGraves – Tombstone Tuesdays February 4, 2020

I made Understanding Jewish Gravestones – https://blog.billiongraves.com/understanding-jewish-gravestones/ posted on BillionGraves this week’s Tombstone Tuesdays post. The original post is over 2,200 words long, and I encourage reading it if you can. I am cutting it down to keep it just over … Continue reading

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USS Oklahoma Pearl Harbor Unidentified Burial – Gerald Homer Pirtle, Re-buried in Wichita November 2018 – Tombstone Tuesdays January 28, 2020

I apologize for not posting this sooner. I saw it last month and started a post that I thought posted, but turns out it was saved as a draft instead. I noticed today that it hadn’t been posted. I noticed … Continue reading

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