Cousins Gertrude Loud and Dicy Ream, killed Oct 10, 1904 when on a train trip to see the 1904 World's Fair at St. Louis. On the morning of Oct 10 the train on which they rode collided head-on with a freight train 3 miles east of Warrensburg, Missouri. 29 people were killed.:

Cousins Gertrude Loud and Dicy Ream, killed Oct 10, 1904 when on a train trip to see the 1904 World's Fair at St. Louis. On the morning of Oct 10 the train on which they rode collided head-on with a freight train 3 miles east of Warrensburg, Missouri. 29 people were killed.:

At the time of Hattie’s death, only whites were allowed to be buried in the cemetery, so her final wishes to be buried there were ignored. Instead, she was buried in the Rosedale Cemetery. Hattie was an American Actress, famous not only for her role of Mammy in Gone With the Wind, but as the first African-American actress to win an Academy Award. The monument stands at the Hollywood Forever cemetery, erected in 1999 by the new owners as a sort of apology for not honoring her f

At the time of Hattie’s death, only whites were allowed to be buried in the cemetery, so her final wishes to be buried there were ignored. Instead, she was buried in the Rosedale Cemetery. Hattie was an American Actress, famous not only for her role of Mammy in Gone With the Wind, but as the first African-American actress to win an Academy Award. The monument stands at the Hollywood Forever cemetery, erected in 1999 by the new owners as a sort of apology for not honoring her f

Cemetery Statues - 5 by kristyevans.deviantart.com

Cemetery Statues - 5 by kristyevans.deviantart.com

Shes called Ethyl and she resides in Lawnswood cemetery. The slightly ajar doors are what make it particularly odd and ever so scary.

Shes called Ethyl and she resides in Lawnswood cemetery. The slightly ajar doors are what make it particularly odd and ever so scary.

Photo of the grave of President & Mrs. Roosevelt in Youngs Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, New York. Credit: Shadow2700; Wikimedia Commons. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “The Life & Death of the Legendary Theodore ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/the-life-death-of-the-legendary-theodore-teddy-roosevelt.html

Photo of the grave of President & Mrs. Roosevelt in Youngs Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, New York. Credit: Shadow2700; Wikimedia Commons. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “The Life & Death of the Legendary Theodore ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/the-life-death-of-the-legendary-theodore-teddy-roosevelt.html

10x16 Engraved Pet Photo Black Granite Mini Monument

10x16 Engraved Pet Photo Black Granite Mini Monument

Engraved Pet Photo Black Granite Mini Monument

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