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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

locomotive headstone, Fairfield Cemetery in Roanoke, VA

Fairfield Cemetery in Roanoke, VA Even though Roanoke is a railroad town this highly detailed sculpture on a headstone in unique in it's treatment.

Grave Marker- Pat Summerall, American NFL player and sportscaster.  His is buried in the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, Dallas,Texas. http://www.thefuneralsource.org/deathiversary/april/16.html

Grave Marker- Pat Summerall, American NFL player and sportscaster. His is buried in the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery, Dallas,Texas. http://www.thefuneralsource.org/deathiversary/april/16.html

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.

San Gabriel Mission ~~ Antonio: Birth: unknown; Death: Oct. 20, 1778; Inscription: In memory of Antonio the first Indian to be buried in this cemetery October 20, 1778. RIP; Note: No last name; Burial: San Gabriel Mission Cemetery, San Gabriel, Los Angeles County, California, USA, Plot: Garden http://www.findagrave.com/c...

San Gabriel Mission ~~ I wish the pinner had stated where this is located. There is a San Gabriel MIssion in San Gabriel California. Maybe this is where the grave is located. They would bury poor people here.

Steel Engraving of Union Spy Sarah Emma Edmonds by Geo E Perine, circa 1865

Sarah Emma Edmonds: Female Spy of the Union Army

Steel Engraving of Union Spy Sarah Emma Edmonds by Geo E Perine, circa 1865

Nancy Luce....I hope you will read the story behind the picture and learn who Nancy Luce was. Her story is one of sadness and cruelty and love.

The sweet story of Nancy Luce and her beloved chickens. Buried at West Tisbury Village Cemetery, West Tisbury, Dukes, Massachusetts.

Duke P Kahanamoku (1890 - 1968) - Find A Grave Photos

Duke P Kahanamoku - Olympic Athlete, Actor. Participated in the

Behind Rebel Lines: The Incredible Story of Emma Edmonds, Civil War Spy on www.amightygirl.com

Behind Rebel Lines: The Incredible Story of Emma Edmonds, Civil War Spy - Seymour Reit. About Sarah Emma Edmonds, a woman who masqueraded as a man and served as a spy for the Union Army during the United States Civil War.

sarah emma edmonds grave - Google Search

sarah emma edmonds grave - Google Search

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