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|151||Elizabeth McLellan (d. 1802)|
|152||Elizabeth Slack Worthington (d. 1837)|
|153||Elizabeth Sudler Estep (d. 1916)|
|154||Ella Lee Hodges (d. 1881)|
|155||Ellen "Nellie" (Black) Hamilton (d. 1865)|
She and her husband share the same stone, with their names on opposite sides.
|156||Ellen Randall Cheston (d. 1897)|
This is the plate at the foot of the cross.
|157||Ellen Randall Cheston (d. 1897)|
|158||Elliott Catterton and Mary Bassford|
|159||Ellzey and King graves at Christ Church, Owensville|
The four stones in the front belong to Ellzeys; the two in the back belong to the Kings.
|160||Emily Read Cheston (d. 1982)|
|161||Ens. Pierre Gelpi (d. 1943)|
|162||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|163||Estelle Bird Duckett (d. 1962)|
|164||Estep Window detail, St. James Parish Church|
|165||Esther Loney Hall (d. 1924)|
|166||Eva Pollock (d. 1900)|
|167||Fannie Cheston Ellzey Murray (d. 1962)|
|168||Fannie V. Lansdale (d. 1884)|
|169||Florence Bell Lansdale (1861-1890)|
|170||Florence Bell Lansdale (1861-1890)|
|171||Floyd Lankford, Jr. (d. 1980)|
|172||Floyd Lankford, Sr. (d. 1944)|
|173||Francis Asbury Savage Jr. (d. 1866)|
This image includes behind it the obelisks for the Rev. James Savage and Mary Ann Currens (Pollock).
|174||Francis Wood Savage (d. 1865)|
He died before he reached age 2.
|175||Frank Pollock (d. 1930)|
|176||Franklin W. Lansdale (d. 1877)|
|177||Gen. Anthony Wayne (d. 1796)|
The graves to the right, some of which are new, are members of his family.
|178||Gen. Jonathan Sellman (d. 1810)|
|179||General Anthony Wayne (d. 1796)|
This is the monument's inscription.
|180||George Gregg (d. 1833)|
|181||George Gregg (d. 1870) and Lydia Logan Gregg (d. 1911)|
|182||George Swingle (d. 1840)|
|183||Graves at "Tulip Hill"|
The Galloway tomb is in the foreground, and Maxcy Galloway Hughes' monument is in the background.
|184||Gregg Cemetery #2, Bracken Co., Kentucky|
|185||Gustave Pitard, d. 1902|
This is from his obituary in the Times Picayune, March 10, 1902.
|186||At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.|
|187||Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda|
|188||Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda|
|189||Hannah Bailey Gregg (d. 1861)|
|190||Harlan Immigrant Ancestors|
These are the immigrant ancestors of the Harlan family.
|191||Harriet F. "Hattie" Lansdale (d. 1944)|
|192||Harriet Franklin Lansdale (d. 1886)|
|193||Harriett Hall (d. 1836)|
|194||Harriett Hall (d. 1878)|
|195||Harriett Hall Estep (d. 1906)|
|196||Heirs to Creole Millions Will Sue Spanish Crown|
Article from the Times Picayune, 15 Mar. 1925, p13. The woman in the first paragraph who died in 1866 is Emilie Lacoste, who married as her second husband Pierre Hacker (d. 1835). I'm not sure whether the name in the article, "Laporte," is her maiden name "Lacoste," or a variation on her first husband's name, "Mahé-Desportes."
According to this article, she died in the North Rampart St. home of Mrs. George Washington Dunbar: this is her daughter Charlotte Zulmee Hacker (d. 1910).
Many descendants of the family are named here as well.
|197||Helen Brogden Iglehart (d. 1932)|
|198||Helen DeGrange McLellan's bookplate|
This bookplate was designed by Amelie Roman (1893-1939; Newcomb 1896), whose initials you can see on the lower left.
|199||Helen Mason Ellzey (d. 1965)|
|200||Helen McCormick (d. 1879)|