Monthly Archives: November 2017

Monumental

IN MEMORY OF CHARLES MATHER FFOULKE 1841-1909 SARAH CUSHING HIS WIFE 1852-1926 AND THEIR CHILDREN HORACE CUSHING FFOULKE 1876-1903 GWENDOLINE FFOULKE 1884-1904 CHARLES MATHER FFOULKE II 1889-1912   AND HORACE CUSHING BELOVED FATHER OF SARAH CUSHING 1819-1865 THE END OF … Continue reading

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The Sarcophagus

LORETTA RECKMEYER 1893 – 1959 WILLIAM F. SANGER 1875 – 1955 CORNELIUS O. SANGER 1869 – 1943 MARGARET SCHULER – SANGER 1871 — 1929 The large sarcophagus of the Sanger family in the Calvary Cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a … Continue reading

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  ELIZABETH P. wife of CHAs. N. SHEPARD & dau. Of Col. Daniel Chase DIED Sept. 20, 1854. AE. 29 yrs. 9 days. She’s gone no more to greet you here Husband, brothers, and sisters dear But in that far … Continue reading

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Celestial Smile

JOHN F. ROBINSON DIED Jan. 20, 1876 AE 54 yrs. 9 mos.   Go to thy rest and while Thy absence we deplore, One thought our sorrow shall beguile For soon with a celestial smile We meet to part no … Continue reading

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Gone home! Gone home!

The tall columned monument in the Mt. Hope Cemetery in Bangor, Maine, marks the graves of Carlton and Amelia Bragg.  The stained white marble gravestone is topped with a botonee cross characterized by trefoil at the end of each arm … Continue reading

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Eschew Grief

ENOCH H. LELAND DIED Feb. 25, 1877, AE 56 yrs. 7 mos. & 27 days Why lament the christian’s (sic) dying, Why indulge in tears and gloom, Calmly in his Lord relying, He has met the opening tomb.   Hark the … Continue reading

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The Saviour’s Book

SACRED to the memory CHARLES CHRIS’r KEPPLER who died April 18th 1839, aged 5 years. and ELIZA CATHERINE KEPPLER who died August 7th 1839 aged 18 months Son and daughter of Henry and Eliza Keppler. Weep not for us our … Continue reading

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