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I am a mother of three beautiful children living in Baltimore County, MD. I am a photographer who truly enjoys genealogy and gravesites, and just about any cemetery, or historic location. I find it all to be very spiritual and calming to be involved in both. I have found out over the years that I am drawn to the history of people, places and those we have lost. So, I have combined my photography with my passion, and volunteer to help whenever possible in these areas. I truly believe if we do not embrace our past of those that lived before us, we cannot fully be present in this lifetime. Some interesting beautiful photos can be taken in the most unusual places, and some wonderful people can be found in your past and present, if you open your heart to them and see them more clearly. I want to thank everyone whose efforts have affected me, my family and my ancestors. Without vision we cannot see clearly.|
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|Bob Hufford||RE: Capt. James I. Waddell|
The MOC is in Richmond just off of exit 74C on I95. You can no longer see it from the highway due to expansion of the Medical College of Virginia and traffic is a pain. There is plenty of parking in the MCV deck (free on weekends). The surrounding neighborhood has lots of other historical sites. Not sure if that flag is currently on view as it was part of a Confederate Navy exhibit a few years back. Only about 5-10% of the Museum's collection is on display at any one time. Enjoy your visit should you ever get this way...
|Clarence Woods||James I. Waddell, Memorial Service|
A Memorial Service to honor "The Confederate Navy and Marine Corps" conducted annually by the Capt.James I. Waddell, Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp#1608. The service is March 12, 2011
at 11:00 am, at Capt Waddell's Monument St. Anne,s Cemetery, Annapolis, Maryland. A Ceremony with full regala and period dress with the SCV Maryland Division Color Guard and the US Marine Corps Leaque of Anne Arundel County participating. At conclusion of Ceremony refreshments and entertainment are provided at St.Anne's Parish Hall, 191 Duke of Glouschester St. Public Invited, No admission fee.
|Judy Rather Medina||RE: THANK YOU!|
Yes, Barbara Hurka Rader was Andrew's wife. If you happen to find any other Raders (Leo was Andrew's son and Cora Rader was his wife) or Hurkas in Gardens of Faith and would like to take shots of those headstones, I would be eternally (no pun intended) grateful :-)
I grew up in Harford County but live in Virginia now, so getting to Baltimore to take cemetery photos can be daunting. I've done it but I-95 traffic is not fun or easy.
I'm very, very grateful for your willingness to assist me in this matter. You took beautiful pictures, by the way! I also share your philosophy about life, death and those who have passed on before us.
Best,Judy Rather Medina firstname.lastname@example.org
|Judy Rather Medina||THANK YOU!|
What a wonderful surprise awaited me on my computer - your photo of Andrew Rader's gravesite and a bonus photo of the Gardens of Faith cemetery entrance. I cannot thank you enough for your time, trouble and kindness.
|Samantha Waddell||RE: Be my friend|
Thank you for showing me this site. Its amazing how doing something small can make you feel like you're moving mountains. I love you!
|Samantha Waddell||Be my friend|
Hey WaddellWoman----be my friend please...lol