|Ruth Breslin (#46604179)|
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"No love, no friendship, can cross the path of our destiny without leaving some mark on it forever."
~ Francois Mocuriac
Walking, I am listening to a deeper way.
Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me.
Be still, they say. Watch and listen.
You are the result of the love of thousands.
~ Linda Hogan (1947-present)
THE FORGOTTEN GRAVE, by Emily Dickinson
After a hundred years
Nobody knows the place, --
Agony, that enacted there,
Motionless as peace.
Weeds triumphant ranged,
Strangers strolled and spelled
At the lone orthography
Of the elder dead.
Winds of summer fields
Recollect the way, --
Instinct picking up the key
Dropped by memory.
by JOHN MASEFIELD (1878-1967) found after his death in a note left for his"Heirs, Administrators, and Assigns":
Let no religious rite be done or read
In any place for me when I am dead,
But burn my body into ash, and scatter
The ash in secret into running water,
Or on the windy down, and let none see;
And then thank God that there's an end of me.
A COUNTRY BURIAL, by Emily Dickinson
Ample make this bed.
Make this bed with awe;
In it wait till judgment break
Excellent and fair.
Be its mattress straight,
Be its pillow round;
Let no sunrise' yellow noise
Interrupt this ground.
"They say such nice things about people at their funerals that it makes me sad that I'm going to miss mine by just a few days."
~ Garrison Keillor
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|Kelli Smith||Oak Park Cemetery|
There are two graves, one for Lizzie Vaile and the other for Susanna Vaile, that I photos of.
I noticed that they weren't requested, but you may find interesting.
Let me know!
|Bob Olsen||John R Hardin|
Buried in Soldiers Section Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond Va. exact location Unknown, According to Chris Ferguson, Author of " Southerners at Rest." Page 117
|BAlthouse||J. Harold Shomo|
I am quite curious about the photo of J. Harold Shomo (Memorial #81071178) which you have added to his memorial page. Where did you get this photo? Are you by chance related?
|FamilyHunt||john r hardin, # 93880688|
Hollywood cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. I have added to FindAgrave memorial, a map of soldiers section.
Most of the civil war soldiers buried here are in mass graves. Less than 10% of all soldiers have a grave marker. Any burial identified as being in section U, W or lot 703 .... is a mass grave.
Hollywood is a private cemetery. It is well funded and has a friendly, helpful, full time staff that can help with inquiries regarding burials. Please note, many civil war soldiers were not identified. Civil war death records were made by volunteers therefore much information is incorrect, incomplete or non existent.
If you would like me to remove map from memorial, please let me know.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||Harvey|
Dear Mrs. Ruth Breslin,
I saw you sponsored Richard Harvey coming from Ablemarle County, Virginia.
We are a direct line of kin from A Richard Harvie/Harvey.
That Richard had a dad Col. John Harvie/Harvey, Sr. and the graphic I show is a son Col. John Harvie/Harvey , Jr. in my Find A Grave Membership Info.
Please elaborate and tell me more on your Fourth Great Grandfather, please.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
PS: Please add me to your Friends on Find A Grave here now.
Hi, I added a photo of Jabez's marker to his Memorial page and created one for his son with links. If you would like me to transfer him to you just send me a request. I added photos to other family members buried in the same area. Regards, Mike
|Daniz||Lance F. Wolf|
I am not ready to "claim" the request in find-a-grave until I know more about the deceased.
The cemetery known today as Har-Hamenuchot contains 3 cemeteries and is managed by a minimum of 11 Chevra-Kaishot.
I need to ask a number of questions.
Do you know the location of the grave(Gush,Chelka, row,grave)?
If you know the location - ignore the remaining questions.
I will need his Hebrew name and his father's Hebrew name. If this is not known, I will not be able to request the location.
Do you know which community buried him(city, Habad,Geerer, Sfardim, etc).
You have already supplied the date of death, is this the date he was buried?
Added by Daniz on Apr 28, 2013 4:38 AM
Thank you for sponsoring John Hardin's memorial.
Added by Graves on Mar 10, 2013 12:01 PM
|Gerry Jean||RE: Breslins|
I think that I have a small number of Breslin photos that I haven't yet posted .... I'll be glad to attach them to whatever email address you give me. Mine is email@example.com.
|Gerry Jean||Breslins cont'd|
I resolved the dilemmas/mysteries that I mentioned yesterday .... except for William (1903) and Patrick (1903). There are so many Breslin photos in my "collection" that I think that I just lost track of the correct photo that belongs to them. I'll check out their burial location (both in the same grave, along with Frank, John, Ann, Daniel; they also all died in 1903) when I visit H.C. again.
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