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Sarah Emma Edmonds Seelye grave marker. Links to Findagrave.com page that includes a biography, a photo of Sarah as she appeared in the guise of Franklin F. Thompson, other photos of the cemetery and the cemetery markers and plaques, genealogy data

Sarah Emma Edmonds Seelye grave marker. Links to Findagrave.com page that includes a biography, a photo of Sarah as she appeared in the guise of Franklin F. Thompson, other photos of the cemetery and the cemetery markers and plaques, genealogy data

Roadside Grave Of A Man Killed By A Tree  Marion, Ohio ---- dad and i were just talking about this the other day

Roadside Grave Of A Man Killed By A Tree Marion, Ohio ---- dad and i were just talking about this the other day

Juan Ponce de Leon  Birth:  1460, Spain   Death:  1521     Explorer. Spanish Explorer of the New World and early Spanish colonial Governor. He is remembered for discovering Florida and claiming it for Spain, while searching for the Fountain of Youth, said to restore youth and vitality to those who drink its waters.

Juan Ponce de Leon - Cathedral of San Juan Bautista in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Gatsby author F. Scott Fitzgerald's tombstone with the famous last lines of his book is in the DC local area

Scott Fitzgerald and Zelda Fitzgerald grave "So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past." – The Great Gatsby

Margaret Fuller - [cenotaph] Champion of women's rights, teacher, editor, critic, foreign correspondent and author. An exemplar, outspoken woman of women's rights and among the most prominate woman in the intellectual circle in Boston. Her book Woman in the Nineteenth Century was the first detailed statement of feminism in America, inspriring the first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, NY in 1848. Died with her husband and two-year-old son in a shipwreck off Long Island NY.

Margaret Fuller - [cenotaph] Champion of women's rights, teacher, editor, critic, foreign correspondent and author. An exemplar, outspoken woman of women's rights and among the most prominate woman in the intellectual circle in Boston. Her book Woman in the Nineteenth Century was the first detailed statement of feminism in America, inspriring the first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, NY in 1848. Died with her husband and two-year-old son in a shipwreck off Long Island NY.

Thomas Dow Jones - Artist. Best known work includes busts of Lincoln, and Salmon P Chase (for the Supreme Court room of the U.S. Capitol).

Best known work includes busts of Lincoln, and Salmon P Chase (for the Supreme Court room of the U.

Louis Baker's grave in Green Hill Cemetery. Bedford Indiana.

Louis Baker's grave in Green Hill Cemetery.

Bianca Babb was captured by Comanche as a child, her story being one inspiration for John Wayne’s film The Searchers.

BACK IN THE DAY: GREAT WOMEN IN DENTON HISTORY

Bianca Babb and her brother Dot were stolen by Comanches from their home near…

Sarah Emma Edmonds Seelye (1841 - 1898) - Final resting place of the only female member of the Grand Army of the Republic. She is buried in Washington Cemetery, in La Porte, Texas, founded in 1887 as the German Society Cemetery. Cemetery marker says:  Emma (Edmondson) Seelye , also a veteran of the Civil War, is buried here. Using the name Frank Thompson, she enlisted in the Federal army in 1861. She served as a soldier, scout, brigade postmaster, and orderly on the staff of General O. M…

Sarah Emma Edmonds Seelye (1841 - 1898) - Final resting place of the only female member of the Grand Army of the Republic. She is buried in Washington Cemetery, in La Porte, Texas, founded in 1887 as the German Society Cemetery. Cemetery marker says: Emma (Edmondson) Seelye , also a veteran of the Civil War, is buried here. Using the name Frank Thompson, she enlisted in the Federal army in 1861. She served as a soldier, scout, brigade postmaster, and orderly on the staff of General O. M…

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