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|501||Thomson King, Jr. (d. 1970) |
|502||Turn Mannen (1879-1942)|
The Turney family monument and headstones
|504||Vincent Hamilton (d. 1879) |
|505||Virgil Gregg (d. 1862)|
He died at the battle of Augusta, Kentucky.
|506||Walker Moore (d. 1890)|
|507||Webb/Harlan family graves|
The darker stone in the foreground is so worn as to be illegible, though it clearly has a "W" on it.
|508||Wedding invitation for Gus Pitard and Helen McLellan, m. 1931|
|509||Welsh pillar at All Hallows|
|510||Welsh Pillar at All Hallows|
|511||Welsh pillar at All Hallows|
Thomas and Elizabeth Sellman Welsh. William Sprigg Hall, on the left side of this image, is as yet unidentified.
|512||West River Quaker Burying Ground|
This is at the entrance to the burial ground. No meeting house remains.
|513||William & Ann Hutchinson|
|514||William B. Moore (d. 1919)|
|515||William Burgess (1622-1687)|
This is a plaque at the gate of the church.
|516||William Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1905)|
I assume this is in the city cemetery in Hallettsville, TX.
|517||William Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1905)|
This is the inscription on the monument.
|518||William Currens (d. July 1842)|
He died at about 2 and a half years old.
|519||William F. Pollock (d. 1911) and Sue D. Coburn (d. 1907)|
|520||William Henry and Eleanor Sellman Hall|
|521||William Henry Hall (d. 1844) |
|522||William Henry Hall (d. 1927)|
|523||William Henry Hall Jr. (d. 1878)|
|524||William Henry Murray (d. 1945)|
|525||William Hutchinson (d. 1772)|
courtesy Richard Hutchinson
|526||William Hutchinson and Ann Simpson|
Courtesy Richard Hutchinson
|527||William L. Savage (d. 1852)|
|528||William McLellan & Eliza Clough|
|529||William McLellan & Eliza Clough monument|
It was place in 1860, 6 years after Eliza's death, by Leonora, the wife of their son W.H.P. McLellan.
|530||William McLellan and his brig the "Boxer"|
An article on William McLellan's War of 1812 exploits in the brig "Boxer."
|531||William R. Crihfield (d. 1933)|
|532||William Shepherd (d. 1969)|
|533||William Webb (d. 1753)|
I assume that this is his stone, but of course it is very worn.
|534||Williams pillar at All Hallows|
|535||Williams pillar at All Hallows|
|536||Williams pillar at All Hallows|
|537||Williams pillar at All Hallows |
I don't know how the other grave in front of the monument (Ella King), might be connected to the Worthingtons.
|539||WWI Draft registration for Edward A. Gamard|
This gives several good bits of information: his age and birth date, his address, his profession and work address at the time, and his "medium" height and weight. He gives his wife Amy as his closest relative.
|540||WWI draft registration for Henry St. John Pitard|
This gives several good bits of information: his age and birth date, his address, his profession (buyer at Pitard Hardware) and work address (1031 Canal St.) at the time, and his height and weight ("stout"). He claimed an exemption because he was the sole breadwinner.