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This is a part-time hobby for us. Anyone may use the cemetery pictures we contribute for non-commercial, genealogical purposes. We love this site!|
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|Janet Y||Bunker Hill|
Hi. I went to the Bunker Hill burying ground today and could not find Infant Son d'Entrement. Most of the stones are illegible. Sorry.
Added by Janet Y on Sep 24, 2015 2:08 PM
Yes, be my guest and use as you please.
Added by bobboss on Sep 05, 2015 7:20 AM
|Thomas L. Harman||RE: Infant Brown|
Thank you again. I really appreciate it.
|Thomas L. Harman||Infant Brown|
Thank you very much for taking the time to fill my request for Infant Brown's tombstone.
I do appreciate the photo that shows the Trivet and Brown tombstones, which gives me a very good perspective as to location. I see Rosemary Brown's tombstone in the background, so since I do not see a stone for the Infant, that it is unmarked and most likely beside Rosemary's? Is that your thoughts?
|Jon & Sandy Holcombe||Holcombe ancestry|
I think you left a message that you are a Holcombe descendant. Please contact me if so:
I went to Section 3, Range 14 and found only an open space for Grave 50. There was a double stone in 49, 51, 52, 53 and 54. I'm sorry I couldn't help.
|"IRISH EYES ARE SMILING"||SAMUEL GOSSAGE BIO|
Oskaloosa Iowa, Mahaska County Biography
Samuel Benton Gossage 1817-1879
Samuel GOSSAGE was a cabinet-maker and operated the first shop for that class work in the city of Oskaloosa. He was one of the mechanics engaged in the construction of the first flouring-mill upon the Skunk River; known as Duncan Mill, and also assisted in first flouring in the city of Oskaloosa.
Mr. Gossage was a Democrat of the Jacksonian school of politics. He died in this city. In 1880, Mrs. Gossage is still living in Ottumwa of this state. They were both members of the Methodist Church. Samuel GOSSAGE was Mayor of Ottumwa for eight years, and was once elected to the Legislature of the state from Monroe County Iowa; the first Democrat ever elected to that position from that district.
He was a great admirer of Stephen A. Douglas, and an ardant supporter of the Union cause during the Civil War.
*On Sunday morning August 31, 1879 he fell over the banister of the National Hotel where he was the landlord and proprieter in Oskaloosa and broke his thigh. He died September 05, 1879 from internal injuries. His widow Lucinda Glasscock Gossage was born 1817 in Virginia and died 1894 in Moravia, Appanoose County Iowa.
They were the parents of 9 children:
Nancy, Elizabeth,Mary, John B,George,Emma,Jerome Bonapart,Thomas Benton, and Joseph M. Gossage.
I went to Riverside Cemetery to complete photo requests. The office listed Infant Lambert in section V Lot 92. What I found was a stone for Loyd H son of HC & CH Lambert Died Apr 10 18?? (couldn't read the last two digits) aged 1y 7ms 10ds. Could this be the one listed on findagrave or is it a different child? The date of death does not match.
Added by Hiesela on May 29, 2014 8:46 PM
|Bev Dowson||Rusland-Little Britain|
I have posted pictures for ALL Rusland's that are buried in the Bible Christian Cemetery NOT the United cemetery.
|A. Beaudin||RE: Rusland|
The picture online IS the Bible Christian Cemetery. I have uploaded one for the United Church - transcripts to follow...
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