Forever Dixie: A Field Guide to Southern Cemeteries & Their Residents

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Read an Excerpt The geographic borders of Dixie are hard to pin down. Average Review. He served in the U. Furthermore, the Bibb County, Georgia Federal census — search it free here — provides Delmar's occupation as Architectural Designer. This is a very interesting topic for me.


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I'll go and look. A line from his obituary 16 January , Augusta Chronicle could hold the answer: Mr. Simple as that. Thanks for the great choices to be added to the TBR list! I refreshed after fixing some spacing problems and was surprised someone had commented so fast!


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    You went to a lot of work preparing this list for us. Can't wait to locate some of them. Wow -I never heard of this but looking at your in depth post allows me to see exactly what it is all about.

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    I love the idea of symbolism and superstitions attached to cemetery's and grave stones. Would love to go to New Orleans anyway, but the cemetery there also looks tempting.


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    That would take some persuasion on my part to get my husband to go mind you ;D Great post Nora. You could link this up at my B.

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    Shah, ironically I ended up on a surprise roadtrip to Fort Worth, Texas yesterday. I was cemetery touring there with my husband. I checked the blog hop and it wasn't up, but am linking this morning. I am glad everyone is enjoying this. I have about twelve cemeteries photographed to share, but will be doing so sparingly over the new number of months.

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    Don't want to overload people. LOL I can't enough of cemeteries. I love them!

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    I love a good graveyard. I dragged a great uncle all over Chicago looking for dead relatives and mafia members, even a few circus performers. In the process I found my name on a family stone, I had no idea I was named for someone. It was creepy, but I loved the whole family being in this very old Italian cemetery.

    iruwelyn.cf I bought my uncle a book on the cemeteries of Chicago and can hardly wait to go back! Susie, nice to see a fellow Midwesterner on here.

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