MGH – North Cemetery Bowdoin, Maine

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Maine Ghost Hunters documents the location of the local legend; “cemetery in the pit” otherwise known by it’s formal name “North Cemetery”. Join us as we video document the history of this local legend and show you some of the physical aspects of this location.

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Stone Angel in Old Hartsville Cemetery, Tennessee

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I found this beautiful statue in the Old Hartsville Cemetery, which predates the Civil War. A heartbroken mother had her placed there, to watch over her young son. The marble tablet at the far end reads “HE WAS THE JOY AND SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE.”

St Paul’s Chapel And Cemetery in Lower Manhattan

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St Paul’s Chapel attracts thousands of tourists and visitors annually in New York City’s Lower Manhattan area.

St. Paul’s Chapel, is an Episcopal chapel located on Broadway, between Fulton and Vesey Streets. It is the oldest surviving church building in Manhattan.

George Washington, along with members of the United States Congress, worshipped at St. Paul’s Chapel on his Inauguration Day, on April 30, 1789.

The chapel contains several monuments and memorials including George Washington’s original pew and a Neo-Baroque sculpture called “Glory” designed by Pierre L’Enfant, who designed Washington, D.C.

The rear of St. Paul’s Chapel faces the east side of the World Trade Center site. After the attack on September 11, 2001, which led to the collapse of the twin towers of the World Trade Center, St. Paul’s Chapel served as a place of rest and refuge for recovery workers at the WTC site.

For eight months, hundreds of volunteers worked 12 hour shifts around the clock, serving meals, making beds, counseling and praying with fire fighters, construction workers, police and others.

“Healing Hearts and Minds”, an exhibit inside the chapel, consisting of a red chasuble covered with police and firefighter patches sent from all over the world. A British Bobby’s helmet is on top.
The church survived without even a broken window. Church history declares it was spared by a miracle sycamore on the northwest corner of the property that was hit by debris. The tree’s root has been preserved in a bronze memorial by sculptor Steve Tobin. While the church’s organ was badly damaged by smoke and dirt, the organ has been refurbished and is in use again.[6]

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Davis Cemetery, Whatley Alabama Hwy 84 behind Garrick Grocery

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Davis Family Cemetery, Whatley, Alabama behind Garrick Grocery Hwy 84.
Burials include Mary Elizabeth Johns, Pvt. John Blount Davis, Sr. CSA, Pvt. Frederick Davis, CSA, Annie Davis, Thomas J. Davis, Margaret Butler Davis

Counterprotesters Westboro Anonymous-KKK- Joplin Missouri Arlington Cemetery

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Counter-protesters confront Westboro Baptist Church at Arlington
Counter-protesters confront Westboro Baptist Church at Arlington
Counter-protesters confront Westboro Baptist Church at Arlington
Counter-protesters confront Westboro Baptist Church at Arlington

The Dollhouse Grave of Nadine Earles in Oakwood cemetery (Lanett, Al)

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Nadine Earles April 3 1929 – December 18, 1933. She wanted a dollhouse for Christmas. She was diagnosed with Diphtheria & died a week before Christmas. Her father had been building her a dollhouse so, he placed the finished dollhouse around her grave, along with the toys that she was going to get that Christmas. People in Lanett, Alabama have maintained the upkeep of the dollhouse & even continued to place some toys & Christmas cards in her little mailbox on Christmas day. Located In the Oakwood cemetery in Lanett, Al.


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Calvary Cemetery Tour – Milwaukee, WI

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Calvary Cemetery is the oldest existing Roman Catholic cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Owned by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, it is the final resting place for many of the city’s early influential figures. The cemetery was designated a Milwaukee Landmark in 1981. With 75 acres (30 ha) and approximately 80,000 interments, the Victorian landscape contains many ornate statues, crypts and monuments.
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Milwaukee County Stadium (or just County Stadium) was a multi-purpose stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Opened 62 years ago in 1953, it was used as a baseball stadium for the Milwaukee Braves and Brewers, it was also used for football games, ice skating, religious services, concerts, and other large events. Its final season was 15 years ago in 2000, replaced by the adjacent Miller Park.
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Scottsville Cemetery, Scottsville, Texas

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The Scott family remembered their dead monumentally and the volume of artistic memorials makes one think that they may have kept a stonecutter/ sculptor on the payroll.

The church at the cemetery was erected by the family of William Scott Youree after he was killed in Mexico in 1904. The weeping angel that marks his grave has become a popular regional photographic subject. It bears a striking resemblance to a memorial for a Hill family member in Houston’s Glenwood cemetery – even down to the missing hand.

The cemetery displays a Confederate monument that is much larger than many found on courthouse lawns around the state. The Scotts involvement in the war is reflected in seven of the names inscribed on the pedestal. Many of the others were relatives.

The Rose and Scott families joined each other in marriage prior to their arrival in Texas. The Yourees, Austins and Randolphs came later. The repetition of names in the cemetery would confuse all but the most knowledgeable genealogist or family member.

The Scottsville Cemetery is one of the most picturesque in Texas and is worthy of a trip – even if it takes you out of your way. The histories of the families demonstrates the closeness and inter-dependence that existed between pioneer families in the early development of East Texas.

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