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|1||"Frail, Wounded Mother Asks Only of 'Baby's' Suffering."|
This tells the first part of the story of Agatha Pitard Turnbull's death; she attempted to shoot her daughter Blanche, and herself, rather than let her daughter be taken back to an insane asylum. This is from the Times-Picayune, 18 July, 1919, p5.
|2||"Grandpa's Scrap Book"|
This tells about the family of Rev. Thomas Browne, whose daughter Abigail married Hugh McLellan. Courtesy Brenda Pajor, McLellan family researcher. This is S236.
|3||"Hugh McLellan's Family Line"|
This is S235; it cites no sources, but describes the line from Bryce through Capt. Joseph McLellan to Maj. Hugh McLellan. Because there are no sources I regard it as less authoritative, but I believe that the author, William Barry, is associated with the McLellan-Sweat house.
|4||"May Be Attempting Death by Starvation"|
This is a development in the death of Agatha Pitard, about a month after the original shooting incident. This is from the Times-Picayune, 19 Aug. 1919, p5.
|5||"Mrs. Turnbull Dies from Wound Made for Love of Child"|
This tells of Agatha Pitard Turnbull's death. This is from the New Orleans States, 23 Aug. 1919, p3.
|6||"Portland--Old and New"|
This is the text of an article on Bryce McLellan's house in Portland, Maine, which he built in 1731. It also includes information about his family and the area.
|7||"Tanneret Sacrificed Himself Oft, But Last Disappoinment Too Great"|
Article from Times-Picayune, 26 Oct. 1911, that describes the death of Raoul Tanneret
|8||"The Burning of the Gipsy," Times Picayune, 8 Dec. 1854|
This describes the loss of the steamer along with "Dr. Hacker, of Plaquemines, with his nephew, a lad of some thirteen years of age, and his daughter." The nephew, not named in any articles about the incident, was very possibly Octave Florian Pitard, who would have been 13 at the time.
|9||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|10||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|11||1870 census, Alcine & Josephine Wiltz|
The writing here is confusing, since the "0" is made with two strokes, and the writer uses an elaborate capital "L." "Elcini" should be Alcine.
|12||1906 Wedding of Mary Alice Markey and James Joseph Harney|
From the Times-Picayune, 21 Oct. 1906, p6.
|13||1909 Funeral of Alice Swarbrick Ford|
From the Times-Picayune, 20 Feb. 1909, p2
|14||1959 story about the accidental death of Robert V. Markey Jr.|
From the Times-Picayune, 22 Apr. 1959, p1+.
|15||New Orleans Daily Creole, 25 October 1856|
This snippet announces the opening of Jean Couret's bar & cafe the Ruby.
|16||Times Picayune, 3 May 1887|
A second obituary for Jean B. Couret
|17||Weekly Advocate (New Orleans), 26 Apr 1855|
This note tells about a setback that occurred before Jean Couret could open the Ruby.
|18||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.||
|19||Aaron Gregg and Polly DeMoss pillar|
|20||Abner Brooke (b. abt. 1769)|
|21||Affadavit re: Hal Mannen's birthdate|
This affadavit by his sister May Mannen testifies to Hal's birthdate; the occasion which required it is unclear.
|22||Alaura Cecilia Pitard (d. 2005)|
|23||Alaura Cecilia Pitard (d. 2005)|
|24||Alden McLellan (d. 1920)|
This is on the McLellan mound; in the back is Sarah (McLellan) Fayssoux.
|25||Alexander and Mary Clapham Murray|
|26||Alexander Murray (d. 1924)|
|27||Alexander Randall Cheston Sr., Mary B. Cheston, and their son Alex Jr.|
|28||All Hallow's Chapel and the Lansdales|
All Hallow's Chapel stands here behind the graves of, from the right, May Mannen Lansdale, John Lansdale Sr., Metta Tomlinson Lansdale, and John Lansdale Jr. The two vertical stones are of Thomas Franklin Lansdale and his wife Eliza Strain Lansdale.
|29||All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville|
This is the inside of All Hallow's Chapel. The Iglehart window is on the right side, out of the picture.
|30||All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville, Maryland|
This is the sign out front; it is now a "chapel of ease," and regular services are not held there.
|31||All Hallow's Church|
This is the church taken from the graveyard by Solomon's Island Rd.
|32||All Hallow's Church, historical marker|
This is located on Solomon's Island Rd. near the sign for the church.
|33||All Hallow's Church, sign|
On Solomon's Island Rd.
|34||Allen Strain (d. 1865)|
He died aged about 5.
|35||Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale (1816-1895)|
This incorrectly names him "Alphens."
|36||Amanda Fallier (d. 1864)|
|37||Amos and Lizzie Turney|
This is the location of their stones in front of the monument.
|38||Amos Turney, Jr. (d. 1918)|
|39||An Atlanta Constitution article on the McLellan/Winter divorce|
Taken from the Atlanta Constitution, 5 March 1900
|40||Angelica Gibson (d. 1939)|
|41||Ann Elizabeth Harmon (d. 1892)|
|42||Ann Luckett Iglehart (d. 1852)|
|43||Ann Sellman Iglehart (d. 1855)|
|44||Ann Sellman Iglehart and "children"|
I assume that this stone refers to children of hers who died young.
|45||Ann Simpson (1699-1801)|
courtesy Richard Hutchinson
|46||Anna Maria Walker (b. 1832)|
|47||Anna Smedley Moore (d. 1876)|
|48||Anne Fitzhugh Hodges (d. 1872)|
|49||Anne Louisa Harding Murray (d. 1984)|
|50||Anne Welsh Watkins (d. 1925)|