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Status: Located; Allen Strain (d. 1858) 
 
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'Frail, Wounded Mother Asks Only of 'Baby's' Suffering.'
"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. 
 
3
'Grandpa's Scrap Book'
"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.  
 
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'Hugh McLellan's Family Line'
"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.  
 
5
'May Be Attempting Death by Starvation'
"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. 
 
6
'Mrs. Turnbull Dies from Wound Made for Love of Child'
"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. 
 
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'Portland--Old and New'
"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.  
 
8
'Tanneret Sacrificed Himself Oft, But Last Disappoinment Too Great'
"Tanneret Sacrificed Himself Oft, But Last Disappoinment Too Great"
Article from Times-Picayune, 26 Oct. 1911, that describes the death of Raoul Tanneret 
 
9
'The Burning of the Gipsy,' <em>Times Picayune</em>, 8 Dec. 1854
"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 likely Octave Florian Pitard, who would have been 13 at the time.  
 
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1850 Census, Orleans Parish, 1st Ward, Wiltz family
1850 Census, Orleans Parish, 1st Ward, Wiltz family
 
 
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1856 marriage certificate for Pierre Arnaud and Elizabeth O. Pitard
1856 marriage certificate for Pierre Arnaud and Elizabeth O. Pitard
This not only gives their names (though no ages, unfortunately), but also their parents' names. Note that it was registered before a judge in 1877. 
 
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1870 census, Alcine & Josephine Wiltz
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. 
 
13
1906 Wedding of Mary Alice Markey and James Joseph Harney
1906 Wedding of Mary Alice Markey and James Joseph Harney
From the Times-Picayune, 21 Oct. 1906, p6. 
 
14
1909 Funeral of Alice Swarbrick Ford
1909 Funeral of Alice Swarbrick Ford
From the Times-Picayune, 20 Feb. 1909, p2 
 
15
1959 story about the accidental death of Robert V. Markey Jr.
1959 story about the accidental death of Robert V. Markey Jr.
From the Times-Picayune, 22 Apr. 1959, p1+. 
 
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<em>New Orleans Daily Creole</em>, 25 October 1856
New Orleans Daily Creole, 25 October 1856
This snippet announces the opening of Jean Couret's bar & cafe the Ruby. 
 
17
<em>Times Picayune</em>, 3 May 1887
Times Picayune, 3 May 1887
A second obituary for Jean B. Couret 
 
18
<em>Weekly Advocate</em> (New Orleans), 26 Apr 1855
Weekly Advocate (New Orleans), 26 Apr 1855
This note tells about a setback that occurred before Jean Couret could open the Ruby. 
 
19
A von Rosenberg Divorce!
A von Rosenberg Divorce!
This document, by Alma Julie von Rosenberg, describes the children of Otto von Rosenberg (1766-1817) whom she was surprised to find, on reading the Froelich Book, had been divorced twice.  
 
20
Aaron Gregg and Polly DeMoss pillar
Aaron Gregg and Polly DeMoss pillar
 
 
21
Abner Brooke (b. abt. 1769)
Abner Brooke (b. abt. 1769)
Status: Located;  
 
22
Addison Lansdale and Sarah King family plot
Addison Lansdale and Sarah King family plot
Status: Located;  
 
23
Affadavit re: Hal Mannen's birthdate
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. 
 
24
Alaura Cecilia Pitard (d. 2005)
Alaura Cecilia Pitard (d. 2005)
 
 
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Alaura Cecilia Pitard (d. 2005)
Alaura Cecilia Pitard (d. 2005)
 
 
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Alden McLellan (d. 1920)
Alden McLellan (d. 1920)
This is on the McLellan mound; in the back is Sarah (McLellan) Fayssoux. 
 
27
Alexander and Mary Clapham Murray
Alexander and Mary Clapham Murray
 
 
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Alexander Murray (d. 1924)
Alexander Murray (d. 1924)
 
 
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Alexander Randall Cheston Sr., Mary B. Cheston, and their son Alex Jr.
Alexander Randall Cheston Sr., Mary B. Cheston, and their son Alex Jr.
 
 
30
All Hallow's Chapel and the Lansdales
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. 
 
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All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville
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. 
 
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All Hallow's Chapel, Davidsonville, Maryland
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. 
 
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All Hallow's Church
All Hallow's Church
This is the church taken from the graveyard by Solomon's Island Rd. 
 
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All Hallow's Church, historical marker
All Hallow's Church, historical marker
This is located on Solomon's Island Rd. near the sign for the church. 
 
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All Hallow's Church, sign
All Hallow's Church, sign
On Solomon's Island Rd. 
 
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Allen Strain (d. 1865)
Allen Strain (d. 1865)
He died aged about 5. 
 
37
Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale (1816-1895)
Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale (1816-1895)
This incorrectly names him "Alphens." 
 
38
Amanda Fallier (d. 1864)
Amanda Fallier (d. 1864)
 
 
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Amos and Lizzie Turney
Amos and Lizzie Turney
This is the location of their stones in front of the monument. 
 
40
Amos Turney, Jr. (d. 1918)
Amos Turney, Jr. (d. 1918)
 
 
41
An Atlanta Constitution article on the McLellan/Winter divorce
An Atlanta Constitution article on the McLellan/Winter divorce
Taken from the Atlanta Constitution, 5 March 1900 
 
42
Angelica Gibson (d. 1939)
Angelica Gibson (d. 1939)
 
 
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Ann Elizabeth Harmon (d. 1892)
Ann Elizabeth Harmon (d. 1892)
 
 
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Ann Luckett Iglehart (d. 1852)
Ann Luckett Iglehart (d. 1852)
 
 
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Ann Sellman Iglehart (d. 1855)
Ann Sellman Iglehart (d. 1855)
 
 
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Ann Sellman Iglehart and 'children'
Ann Sellman Iglehart and "children"
I assume that this stone refers to children of hers who died young. 
 
47
Ann Simpson (1699-1801)
Ann Simpson (1699-1801)
courtesy Richard Hutchinson 
 
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Anna Maria Walker (b. 1832)
Anna Maria Walker (b. 1832)
 
 
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Anna Smedley Moore (d. 1876)
Anna Smedley Moore (d. 1876)
 
 
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Anne Fitzhugh Hodges (d. 1872)
Anne Fitzhugh Hodges (d. 1872)
 
 
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Anne Louisa Harding Murray (d. 1984)
Anne Louisa Harding Murray (d. 1984)
 
 
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Anne Welsh Watkins (d. 1925)
Anne Welsh Watkins (d. 1925)
 
 
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Annie Harrison Tongue Lyles (b. 1837)
Annie Harrison Tongue Lyles (b. 1837)
As with her husband's stone, her death date is not legible to me. 
 
54
Annie Hodges Lansdale (d. 1908)
Annie Hodges Lansdale (d. 1908)
 
 
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Article announcing the wedding of Emma Couret and Ernest Norman Jr.
Article announcing the wedding of Emma Couret and Ernest Norman Jr.
From the Times-Picayune, 30 Oct. 1940, p25 
 
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Audrey Pitard and Reynolds A. Sandoz to wed
Audrey Pitard and Reynolds A. Sandoz to wed
Times-Picayune, 26 Jan. 1941, p36 
 
57
Augusta Burwell Cheston (d. 1993)
Augusta Burwell Cheston (d. 1993)
 
 
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Augustus Austere Tomlinson (1830-1898)
Augustus Austere Tomlinson (1830-1898)
 
 
59
Baptismal Certificate for Helen McLellan (bap. 1906)
Baptismal Certificate for Helen McLellan (bap. 1906)
 
 
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Baptismal certificate for Isabel 'Buison'
Baptismal certificate for Isabel "Buison"
I have transcribed and translated this in the "Degrange/McMillan Correspondence" (kept on the Louisiana Histories page). Isabel Narcisa "Buison" is here described as the daughter of Susanna "Laurren" and "Juan Buison." Later, however, this name appears regularly as "Mouchon." Why the name is different here is a mystery.  
 
61
Bayard Gregg (d. 1862)
Bayard Gregg (d. 1862)
He died at one month old. 
 
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Belden family tomb
Belden family tomb
This is Lambella Downing and two of her children, Richmond Cyrus Bemiss and St. John Bemiss.  
 
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Belden family tomb
Belden family tomb
This is a close-up of the inscription. 
 
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Benjamin Allein Welch (d. 1945)
Benjamin Allein Welch (d. 1945)
 
 
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Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
Just the inscription. 
 
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Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
Benjamin Watkins Jr. (d. 1937)
 
 
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Bernard Williams & Martha Lansdale
Bernard Williams & Martha Lansdale
 
 
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Bernard Williams Jr. (d. 1971)
Bernard Williams Jr. (d. 1971)
 
 
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Bethesda Cemetery, Bracken Co., Kentucky
Bethesda Cemetery, Bracken Co., Kentucky
This is a view of the cemetery from the road; the Mannen and Hamilton graves are up the hill on the right. 
 
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Birth Certificate for Gustave Jean Pitard (b. 1903)
Birth Certificate for Gustave Jean Pitard (b. 1903)
Transcription:
. . . personally appeared Gustave J. Pitard, native of this city, residing at No. 3827 Canal Street, who hereby declares that on the twenty fifth day of last month (25 January 1903) at his residence was born a male child named Gustave J. Pitard Jr. (white) lawful issue of deponent a native of this city aged 32 years, occupation clerk and Lucie M. Gamard a native of this city, aged 29 years. . . .  
 
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Birth certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Jr. (b. 1871)
Birth certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Jr. (b. 1871)
Transcription:
". . . [personally appeared:] Gustave Pitard, a native of New Orleans residing at no. 198 Orleans Street in this city who hereby declares that on the tenth day of February of this present year (February 10th, 1890) at eight o'clock AM at deponent residence was born a male child named GUSTAVE PITARD, lawful issue of deponent with… 
 
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Birth Certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Sr. (b. 1837)
Birth Certificate for Gustave Joseph Pitard Sr. (b. 1837)
Transcription:
" . . . personally appeared Mrs. Amelie Hacker, a native of this city, residing on Ursulines Street No. 92 in the first Municipality, who by these presents declares that on the twelfth of January eighteen hundred and thirty seven (12th January 1837) at eight o'clock P.M. was born, in this city, a male child named GUSTAVE PITARD, issue of the legitimate marriage of deponent with Mr. Joseph Pitard, a printer, a native of Cuba . . ." 
 
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Birth certificate for Lucie Caroline Gamard (b. 1872)
Birth certificate for Lucie Caroline Gamard (b. 1872)
Transcription:
" . . . personally appeared Alphonse Gamard, a native of New Orleans, residing at No. 394 Canal St., who hereby declares that on the fifth of November 1872 at nine O'Clock AM was born at deponent residence a female child named LUCIE CAROLINE GAMARD, the legitimate issue of deponent with Marie Couret, a native of New Orleans . . . " 
 
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Brooke family graves
Brooke family graves
These are the graves of Abner and Kinsey Brooke and their son Matthew. They are very faded, and no doubt others have disappeared. Sadsbury Meeting house is in the background. 
 
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Bryce McLellan's house in Portland
Bryce McLellan's house in Portland
This newspaper article describes Bryce McLellan's house, which is apparently the oldest house in Portland, Maine. 
 
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Capt. Aaron Gregg (d. 1841)
Capt. Aaron Gregg (d. 1841)
 
 
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Capt. Thomas Iglehart (d. 1823)
Capt. Thomas Iglehart (d. 1823)
 
 
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Capt. William Murray (d. 3 July 1863)
Capt. William Murray (d. 3 July 1863)
 
 
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Carol van Antwerp Wilson (1890-1990)
Carol van Antwerp Wilson (1890-1990)
 
 
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Caroline Murray (d. 1903)
Caroline Murray (d. 1903)
 
 
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Cary McLellan (d. 1805) and Eunice Elder (d. 1784)
Cary McLellan (d. 1805) and Eunice Elder (d. 1784)
 
 
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Catherine Waters Welsh (d. 1908)
Catherine Waters Welsh (d. 1908)
 
 
83
Cecil Pollock (d. 1904)
Cecil Pollock (d. 1904)
 
 
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Charles W. and Alice Steuart Hall
Charles W. and Alice Steuart Hall
 
 
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Charles W.C. Norwood, d. 1888
Charles W.C. Norwood, d. 1888
Status: Located;  
 
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Chloe Lansdale and Douglas Riggs
Chloe Lansdale and Douglas Riggs
 
 
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Clapham Murray (d. 1925)
Clapham Murray (d. 1925)
 
 
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Clapham Murray, Jr. (d. 1971)
Clapham Murray, Jr. (d. 1971)
 
 
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Clémence Cheston (d. 1990)
Clémence Cheston (d. 1990)
 
 
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clipping from the <em>Picayune</em>, June 19, 1869.
clipping from the Picayune, June 19, 1869.
This annouces a trip north by Joseph DeGrange; letters written during the trip are edited in the DeGrange-McMillan correspondence on the Louisiana Ancestry page. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
92
Col. John Eager Howard
Col. John Eager Howard
 
 
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Col. Richard Sellman (d. 1861)
Col. Richard Sellman (d. 1861)
 
 
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Cora Kent White (d. 1894)
Cora Kent White (d. 1894)
 
 
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Cornelia (Houston) Strain (d. 1892)
Cornelia (Houston) Strain (d. 1892)
 
 
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Cornelia Houston Lansdale (1885-1960)
Cornelia Houston Lansdale (1885-1960)
 
 
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Cornelia Houston Strain (d. 1892)
Cornelia Houston Strain (d. 1892)
 
 
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Cornelia van Horne (1766-1853)
Cornelia van Horne (1766-1853)
Her grave was placed well after her death; it gives the descent between her and her descendants who put it up.

It reads:

1766 Cornelia van Horne 1853
Wife of
Major Thomas Lancaster Lansdale
Great Grandfather
Philip I. Thomas
of
Lebanon and Lothian
and his wife
Cornelia Lansdale;
----
Mary Dorsey Thomas;
Cornelia Lansdale Thomas;
wives of Dr. James Cheston;

Cornelia Lansdale Cheston
Daughter of
Dr. James Cheston
and his wife
Mary Dorsey Thomas
This stone is a memorial to our mother
Mary Cheston Hall 
 
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Corrie Clagett Lankford (d. 2000)
Corrie Clagett Lankford (d. 2000)
 
 
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Crihfield graves at Maple Grove
Crihfield graves at Maple Grove
The tall obelisk on the right is Anna Eliza Crihfield (1826-1892); she is not included on this site as I don't know how she fits in. 
 
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D. Murray Cheston (d. 1919)
D. Murray Cheston (d. 1919)
 
 
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Daniel Thomas Hall (d. 1980)
Daniel Thomas Hall (d. 1980)
 
 
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Death Certificate for Alphonse Gamard, Jr. (d. 1937)
Death Certificate for Alphonse Gamard, Jr. (d. 1937)
Transcription:
" . . . who hereby declares that Alphonse Gamard (white) a native of La, aged 91 Yrs., departed this life yesterday (2 of September 1937) at No. 4106 Canal St. in this city. Cause of Death: Hypostatic pneumonia . . . ; Certificate of Dr. N. F. Thiberge. Deceased was married to Marie Couret, and the son of Alphonse Gamard, a native of Ghent, Belguim and Caroline R. Simmons, a Native of SC. . . . "  
 
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Death Certificate for Amelie Hacker Pitard (d. 1873)
Death Certificate for Amelie Hacker Pitard (d. 1873)
Transcription:
" . . . appeared John Pouen, a native of Ireland residing on Commora Street in this city, who hereby declares that Mrs. Widow Joseph Pitard, a native of Louisiana aged fifty six years, died on the seventeenth instant (June 17th 1873) at the corner of Bienville and Claiborne. Cause of Death Cancer of the Womb, certificate of Dr. I Salpuente [?] . . . '  
 
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Death certificate for Ann (Sullivan) Cooper (d. 1870)
Death certificate for Ann (Sullivan) Cooper (d. 1870)
Transcription:
". . . on this day, the twenty eight of April in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy . . . Thos. W. Poathick [?], a native of Ireland residing Corner of Camps and Delord Street in this city who hereby declares that MRS. A.W. COOPER, a native of Ireland aged fifty years died on the twenty seventh instant April 27th at No. 66 & ___ [?] Sts. in this city. . . " 
 
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Death certificate for Aurore Fouque (d. 1883)
Death certificate for Aurore Fouque (d. 1883)
Transcription:
"[ . . . personally appeared] John Ford, a native of LA, residing at No. 339 Common St, who hereby declares that Mrs. Widow J. M. Fernandez, born Aurore Fouque (white), a native of this city, aged 75 years, departed this life yesterday (18 April 1883) at No. 62 North Rampart Street in this city.
Cause of Death: Exhaustion and General Debility.
Certificate of Dr. Armand Mercier. [ . . . ]  
 
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Death Certificate for Caroline Simmons (d. 1899)
Death Certificate for Caroline Simmons (d. 1899)
Transcription:
" . . . who hereby declares that Mrs. Caroline Rebecca, widow of Alfonse Gamard (white) a native of Charleston, South Carolina, age 80 years, departed this life yesterday (4 Jan 1899) at ____ Robert & Coliseum St. in this city. Cause of Death: La Grippe; Certificate of Dr. E. P. Lowe. Deceased was a resident of this city for 45 years. . . . "  
 
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Death certificate for Charles A. McLellan, d. 1956
Death certificate for Charles A. McLellan, d. 1956
 
 
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Death certificate for Charles Fields (d. 1834; filed 1850)
Death certificate for Charles Fields (d. 1834; filed 1850)
Transcription:
" . . . on the twenty-fifth day of March in the year [1850] . . . personally appeared Mrs. Barbara Klipfel, widow by first marriage of Charles Fields, and by second marriage of John McMillen, residing in this City, who by these presents declares that her first husband, Charles Fields, a native of the state of New York, a cooper by profession, aged thirty five years, Died in this city of New Orleans in the year eighteen hundred and thirty five . . . "  
 
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Death Certificate for Fannie McLellan Palmer, d. 1955
Death Certificate for Fannie McLellan Palmer, d. 1955
 
 
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Death Certificate for Henry Klipfel (d. 1819; registered 1850)
Death Certificate for Henry Klipfel (d. 1819; registered 1850)
Transcription:
. . . "on this day, to-wit the twenty fifth of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty . . . personally appeared Mrs. Barbara Klipfel, widow by first marriage of Charles Fields and by second marriage of John McMillen, residing in this city, who by these presents declares that her father Henry Klipfel, a native of Nehweiler, (Lower Rhine), "France," aged thirty eight years, died in this city of New Orleans in the month of September eighteen hundred and nineteen. The deceased was married to Mrs. Barbara Mayers . . . "  
 
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Death Certificate for J.B. Couret (d. 1887)
Death Certificate for J.B. Couret (d. 1887)
Transcription:
" . . . declares, that John B. Couret (white) a native of Aspet, dept. de Haute Garonne, France, aged 69 years, departed this life yesterday (2 May 1887) at No. 394 Canal Street in this city.
Cause of Death: Carcinoma of Intestines. Certificate of Dr. E. Souchon. Deceased was married 40 years in city, a merchant by occupation. . . ." 
 
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Death certificate for Jean Mouchon (d. 1835)
Death certificate for Jean Mouchon (d. 1835)
Transcription:
" . . . personally appeared Jacques Degrange, a native of [?] Savoie, aged twenty seven years, a merchant residing in this Parish suburb Annunciation Appollo Street, who by these presents doth declare that Jean Mouchon, a native of Lucerne [?], aged about seventy years, late a merchant, died in this Parish suburb Annunciation Thalie Street, on the twenty ninth May last past at eight o'clock AM. the deceased was married and has left children . . . " 
 
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Death certificate for John McMillan (d. 1842; registered 1850)
Death certificate for John McMillan (d. 1842; registered 1850)
Transcription:
. . . "on this day, to-wit the twenty fifth of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty . . . personally appeared Mrs. Barbara Klipfel, widow by first marriage of Charles Fields and by second marriage of John McMillen, ^who by these presents declares that her second husband John McMillen,^ a native of the State of New York, died in this city of New Orleans on the twenty third day of June eighteen hundred and forty two. . . . "  
 
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Death certificate for Lorenza Fernandez (d. 1853)
Death certificate for Lorenza Fernandez (d. 1853)
Transcription:
" . . . Mr. Jean Bonnet, residing at No. 62 St. Ann Street, Second District of this city, who by these presents declares that Lorenza Fernandez, a native of this city, aged twenty-five years, the legitimate daughter of Mr. Joseph Fernandez and of Mrs. Aurore Fauque, Died this morning at five o'clock (March 30th, 1853) in a house situated at the corner of Bienville and Claiborne Streets, in the aforesaid District. The deceased was married to Mr. Daniel Maupay her surviving consort. . . . "  
 
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Death Certificate for Lucie Maurice (d. 1890)
Death Certificate for Lucie Maurice (d. 1890)
Transcription:
" . . . hereby declares, that Mrs. Widow J.B. Couret, born Morris, (white) a native of this city, aged 62 years, departed this life on the twenty second instant (22 April 1890) at No. 541 Canal St, in this city. Cause of Death: Disease of Heart. Certificate of Dr. Souchon. . . . "  
 
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Death certificate for Suzanne Laurens (d. 1855)
Death certificate for Suzanne Laurens (d. 1855)
Transcription:
" . . . on this day, to-wit the twelfth of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty five . . . personally appeared Mrs. Antoine Lubue, Secretary of the Church Wardens of the Cathedral of St. Louis, residing in the City of New Orleans < >, on St. Anne Street, who hereby declares that Mrs. Jean Mouchon, born Suzanne Laurens, a native of Barades, Island of Santo Domingo, aged eighty two years, departed this life in a house situated on Thalie Streed, near Apollo, on the tenth of January of the present year (January 10th, 1855) at 9 O'Clock AM. . . " 
 
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Death Certificate for Thomas McLellan (d. 1882)
Death Certificate for Thomas McLellan (d. 1882)
Transcription:
" . . . who hereby declares that Thomas McLellan (white) a native of Maine, aged 62 years, departed this life this day (23 Sept 1882) at the Louisiana retreat in this city. Cause of Death: General Paralysis of the Insane. Certificate of Dr. E. T. Shepard . . ." 
 
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Death Certificate for W.H.P. McLellan (d. 1895)
Death Certificate for W.H.P. McLellan (d. 1895)
Transcription:
" . . . hereby declares that William H. McLellan, (white), a native of Warren Maine, aged 83 years 7 months, departed this life yesterday (24 April 1895) on Seventh bet. Chestnut [?] Camp Sts. in this city. Cause of Death: General Debility from old age. Certificate of Dr. C.J. Brickham. Deceased was a resident of this city for 50 years."  
 
120
Death on the 'Virtue'
Death on the "Virtue"
This article describes the events around the death of CSA Maj. Jean Baptiste Prados on a mission in 1863. 
 
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Deborah Iglehart (d. 1881)
Deborah Iglehart (d. 1881)
The stone says "Daughter of Tho. S. & M. Ella / f.s. DI / He shall gather in the lambs with His arms and carry them in His bosom." 
 
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Dedication plaque for Christ Church, Owenville
Dedication plaque for Christ Church, Owenville
Eleanor Hall Burwell dedicated the church to two of her children who died young. 
 
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Dedication to Eliza Gregg
Dedication to Eliza Gregg
This is written on the side of her stone. 
 
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DeGrange Family at St. Roch's
DeGrange Family at St. Roch's
 
 
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DeGrange Tomb at Metairie Cemetery
DeGrange Tomb at Metairie Cemetery
 
 
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Douglas and Elizabeth Iglehart Turnbull
Douglas and Elizabeth Iglehart Turnbull
 
 
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Douglas Catterton (d. 1989)
Douglas Catterton (d. 1989)
 
 
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Dr. Charles S. Savage (d. 1913)
Dr. Charles S. Savage (d. 1913)
 
 
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Dr. Franklin Waters Jr. (d. 1927)
Dr. Franklin Waters Jr. (d. 1927)
 
 
130
Dr. Franklin Waters, Sr. (d. 1879)
Dr. Franklin Waters, Sr. (d. 1879)
 
 
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Dr. Henry C. Levensaler at Fredericksburg
Dr. Henry C. Levensaler at Fredericksburg
This report by the commander of the 19th Maine, Col. Sewall, mentions Dr. Levensaler's service at the Battle of Fredericksburg (Dec. 1862). It is taken from the Compilation of Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, series 1, vol. 21. The end of the report at the top of the page, by his brigade commander Gen. Sully, mentions that this was the first action the 19th Maine had seen during the war. It was a brutal defeat for the Union. 
 
132
Dr. Isaac Pollock (d. 1894)
Dr. Isaac Pollock (d. 1894)
 
 
133
Dr. J. Murray Ellzey (d. 1932)
Dr. J. Murray Ellzey (d. 1932)
 
 
134
Dr. N.E. Berry Iglehart (d. 1936)
Dr. N.E. Berry Iglehart (d. 1936)
 
 
135
Edmond C. Murray and his wife, Margery Burwell Murray
Edmond C. Murray and his wife, Margery Burwell Murray
 
 
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Edmund Lansdale and Harriet Hall Bowie
Edmund Lansdale and Harriet Hall Bowie
 
 
137
Edward Hall (d. 1938) and Caroline Smith (d. 1952)
Edward Hall (d. 1938) and Caroline Smith (d. 1952)
 
 
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Edward Murray (d. 1874)
Edward Murray (d. 1874)
 
 
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Edward Murray Cheston (d. 1977)
Edward Murray Cheston (d. 1977)
 
 
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Edwin S. Hamilton (d. 1857)
Edwin S. Hamilton (d. 1857)
 
 
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Eleanor Deborah Hall (d. 1983)
Eleanor Deborah Hall (d. 1983)
 
 
142
Eleanor M. Cheston and William Shepherd
Eleanor M. Cheston and William Shepherd
 
 
143
Eleanor Maria Estep (d. 1954)
Eleanor Maria Estep (d. 1954)
 
 
144
Eleanor Murray Cheston Shepherd (d. 1961)
Eleanor Murray Cheston Shepherd (d. 1961)
 
 
145
Eleanor Sellman Hall (d. 1890)
Eleanor Sellman Hall (d. 1890)
 
 
146
Eleanor Watkins Sellman (d. 1858)
Eleanor Watkins Sellman (d. 1858)
 
 
147
Eliza (Brooke) Walker, d. 1895
Eliza (Brooke) Walker, d. 1895
 
 
148
Eliza Franklin (1854-1936)
Eliza Franklin (1854-1936)
 
 
149
Eliza Franklin Murray (d. 1936)
Eliza Franklin Murray (d. 1936)
 
 
150
Eliza Wimberly Strain (1853-1906)
Eliza Wimberly Strain (1853-1906)
Eliza Wimberly
wife of Thomas Franklin Lansdale
daughter of Col. James Strain C.S.A.
Born Jan. 16, 1853
Died Feb. 22, 1908. 
 
151
Elizabeth (E.) Moore (d. 1917)
Elizabeth (E.) Moore (d. 1917)
 
 
152
Elizabeth Allen Hodges (d. 1884)
Elizabeth Allen Hodges (d. 1884)
 
 
153
Elizabeth Gregg (d. 1872)
Elizabeth Gregg (d. 1872)
The wife of Vincent Hamilton, with whom she shares the obelisk. 
 
154
Elizabeth Lee Worthington Hodges (d. 1881)
Elizabeth Lee Worthington Hodges (d. 1881)
 
 
155
Elizabeth McLellan (d. 1802)
Elizabeth McLellan (d. 1802)
 
 
156
Elizabeth Slack Worthington (d. 1837)
Elizabeth Slack Worthington (d. 1837)
 
 
157
Elizabeth Sudler Estep (d. 1916)
Elizabeth Sudler Estep (d. 1916)
 
 
158
Ella Lee Hodges (d. 1881)
Ella Lee Hodges (d. 1881)
 
 
159
Ellen 'Nellie' (Black) Hamilton (d. 1865)
Ellen "Nellie" (Black) Hamilton (d. 1865)
She and her husband share the same stone, with their names on opposite sides. 
 
160
Ellen Randall Cheston (d. 1897)
Ellen Randall Cheston (d. 1897)
This is the plate at the foot of the cross. 
 
161
Ellen Randall Cheston (d. 1897)
Ellen Randall Cheston (d. 1897)
 
 
162
Elliott Catterton and Mary Bassford
Elliott Catterton and Mary Bassford
 
 
163
Ellzey and King graves at Christ Church, Owensville
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. 
 
164
Emily Read Cheston (d. 1982)
Emily Read Cheston (d. 1982)
 
 
165
Ens. Pierre Gelpi (d. 1943)
Ens. Pierre Gelpi (d. 1943)
 
 
166
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
167
Essex from the air
Essex from the air
This shows the back of the house and the tree-lined lane extending away to the turn at the walnut-tree gate. 
 
168
Estelle Bird Duckett (d. 1962)
Estelle Bird Duckett (d. 1962)
 
 
169
Estep Window detail, St. James Parish Church
Estep Window detail, St. James Parish Church
 
 
170
Esther Loney Hall (d. 1924)
Esther Loney Hall (d. 1924)
 
 
171
Eva Pollock (d. 1900)
Eva Pollock (d. 1900)
 
 
172
Fannie Cheston Ellzey Murray (d. 1962)
Fannie Cheston Ellzey Murray (d. 1962)
 
 
173
Fannie V. Lansdale (d. 1884)
Fannie V. Lansdale (d. 1884)
 
 
174
Florence Lansdale (d. 1890)
Florence Lansdale (d. 1890)
Status: Located;  
 
175
Floyd Lankford, Jr. (d. 1980)
Floyd Lankford, Jr. (d. 1980)
 
 
176
Floyd Lankford, Sr. (d. 1944)
Floyd Lankford, Sr. (d. 1944)
 
 
177
Francis Asbury Savage Jr. (d. 1866)
Francis Asbury Savage Jr. (d. 1866)
This image includes behind it the obelisks for the Rev. James Savage and Mary Ann Currens (Pollock). 
 
178
Francis Wood Savage (d. 1865)
Francis Wood Savage (d. 1865)
He died before he reached age 2. 
 
179
Frank Pollock (d. 1930)
Frank Pollock (d. 1930)
 
 
180
Franklin W. Lansdale (d. 1877)
Franklin W. Lansdale (d. 1877)
 
 
181
Gen. Anthony Wayne (d. 1796)
Gen. Anthony Wayne (d. 1796)
The graves to the right, some of which are new, are members of his family.  
 
182
Gen. Jonathan Sellman (d. 1810)
Gen. Jonathan Sellman (d. 1810)
 
 
183
General Anthony Wayne (d. 1796)
General Anthony Wayne (d. 1796)
This is the monument's inscription. 
 
184
George Gregg (d. 1833)
George Gregg (d. 1833)
 
 
185
George Gregg (d. 1870) and Lydia Logan Gregg (d. 1911)
George Gregg (d. 1870) and Lydia Logan Gregg (d. 1911)
 
 
186
George Swingle (d. 1840)
George Swingle (d. 1840)
 
 
187
Graves at 'Tulip Hill'
Graves at "Tulip Hill"
The Galloway tomb is in the foreground, and Maxcy Galloway Hughes' monument is in the background. 
 
188
Gregg Cemetery #2, Bracken Co., Kentucky
Gregg Cemetery #2, Bracken Co., Kentucky
 
 
189
Gustave Pitard, d. 1902
Gustave Pitard, d. 1902
This is from his obituary in the Times Picayune, March 10, 1902. 
 
190
Hadden/Orth marriage notice
Hadden/Orth marriage notice
The marriage of Callendar Hadden Jr. and Constance Orth, 20 Nov 1952, from the Hilton Record, Hilton, NY 
 
191
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
 
 
192
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
Hamilton - Mannen graves at Bethesda
 
 
193
Hannah Bailey Gregg (d. 1861)
Hannah Bailey Gregg (d. 1861)
 
 
194
Harlan Immigrant Ancestors
Harlan Immigrant Ancestors
These are the immigrant ancestors of the Harlan family. 
 
195
Harriet F. 'Hattie' Lansdale (d. 1944)
Harriet F. "Hattie" Lansdale (d. 1944)
 
 
196
Harriet Franklin Lansdale (d. 1886)
Harriet Franklin Lansdale (d. 1886)
 
 
197
Harriett Hall (d. 1836)
Harriett Hall (d. 1836)
 
 
198
Harriett Hall (d. 1878)
Harriett Hall (d. 1878)
 
 
199
Harriett Hall Estep (d. 1906)
Harriett Hall Estep (d. 1906)
 
 
200
Heirs to Creole Millions Will Sue Spanish Crown
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. 
 
201
Helen Brogden Iglehart (d. 1932)
Helen Brogden Iglehart (d. 1932)
 
 
202
Helen DeGrange McLellan's bookplate
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. 
 
203
Helen Mason Ellzey (d. 1965)
Helen Mason Ellzey (d. 1965)
 
 
204
Helen McCormick (d. 1879)
Helen McCormick (d. 1879)
 
 
205
Helen McLellan and Gustave Pitard
Helen McLellan and Gustave Pitard
Gustave Pitard gave his body to science. 
 
206
Henry C. Levensaler brevet promotion
Henry C. Levensaler brevet promotion
This document, a page from the Senate's proceedings, indicates when Dr. Henry Levensaler was brevetted to Lt. Col. in 1866, after the war. 
 
207
Henry Davis Yancey (d. 1967)
Henry Davis Yancey (d. 1967)
 
 
208
Henry family graves
Henry family graves
Status: Located; Samuel Henry (d. 1824) is on the left. Samuel Henry Jr. (d. 1844) is on the right.  
 
209
Henry Murray (d. 1978)
Henry Murray (d. 1978)
 
 
210
Henry Murray and Isabel Hacker
Henry Murray and Isabel Hacker
 
 
211
Herbert Catterton and Alverta Ward
Herbert Catterton and Alverta Ward
 
 
212
Hodges graves at All Hallows
Hodges graves at All Hallows
 
 
213
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Charles and Matilda, on the right, are the parents of Joseph, on the left side here. 
 
214
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Hodges pillar at All Hallows
Sophia and Eliza Harwood, on the right side of this image, are not yet identified; presumably, however, they are the sisters of John and Priscilla's mother Matilda Harwood. 
 
215
House Resolution 485 for Dr. Philip Lansdale
House Resolution 485 for Dr. Philip Lansdale
I do not yet know the full story behind this bill, in case anyone can help. It is for service about the ship "John Adams" just before the Civil War. Similar acts are S. 392, and S. 370. 
 
216
Howard Clarence Hill (1879-1947)
Howard Clarence Hill (1879-1947)
 
 
217
Hugh McLellan (d. 1787)
Hugh McLellan (d. 1787)
 
 
218
Iglehart window, All Hallows' Chapel
Iglehart window, All Hallows' Chapel
 
 
219
Infant Hamilton (d. 1832)
Infant Hamilton (d. 1832)
This baby died at 2 days old. 
 
220
Invitation to Hall/Kennedy wedding
Invitation to Hall/Kennedy wedding
Laura Hall and Walter Kennedy were married on Tuesday, December 7th, at 10:00 AM in St. James Church. The year, unfortunately, is not included here. 
 
221
Isaac Currens Pollock (d. 1927)
Isaac Currens Pollock (d. 1927)
 
 
222
Isaac H. Walker (d. 1899)
Isaac H. Walker (d. 1899)
 
 
223
Isaac Walker (b. 1808)
Isaac Walker (b. 1808)
 
 
224
Isabel Hacker (d. 1978)
Isabel Hacker (d. 1978)
 
 
225
Isabella Doak (d. 1898)
Isabella Doak (d. 1898)
 
 
226
J. Harris Franklin (d. 1937)
J. Harris Franklin (d. 1937)
 
 
227
James and Lida Walker, and their son Isaac H. Walker
James and Lida Walker, and their son Isaac H. Walker
 
 
228
James and Mary Bassford
James and Mary Bassford
 
 
229
James Currens Savage (d. 1886)
James Currens Savage (d. 1886)
 
 
230
James H. Murray (d. 1948)
James H. Murray (d. 1948)
 
 
231
James Iglehart (d. 1825)
James Iglehart (d. 1825)
 
 
232
James Madison Walker (d. 1919)
James Madison Walker (d. 1919)
 
 
233
James McLellan (1777-1854)
James McLellan (1777-1854)
See: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=90187 
 
234
James S. Pollock (d. 1930)
James S. Pollock (d. 1930)
 
 
235
James Savage Pollock (d. 1852)
James Savage Pollock (d. 1852)
He died at about age 8. 
 
236
James Simpson (d. 1880)
James Simpson (d. 1880)
 
 
237
James Strain Landale Sr. (1880-1937)
James Strain Landale Sr. (1880-1937)
 
 
238
James Strain Lansdale family
James Strain Lansdale family
On the left is James Sr.; in the middle is Nannie Hodges, his first wife; and on the right is their son James, who died at age 6. 
 
239
James Strain Lansdale Jr. (1906-1912)
James Strain Lansdale Jr. (1906-1912)
 
 
240
James U. Savage (d. 1849)
James U. Savage (d. 1849)
He died aged 1 year, 6 mos., 25 days. 
 
241
Jane (Higgins) Strain, d. 1865
Jane (Higgins) Strain, d. 1865
This stone is a memorial. She was buried in Baker's Creek cemetery in Blount Co., Tennessee 
 
242
Jane Higgins Strain (d. 1865)
Jane Higgins Strain (d. 1865)
Status: Located;  
 
243
Jane, Eunice, and Eliza McLellan
Jane, Eunice, and Eliza McLellan
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=47171552 
 
244
Jessie Turney (d. 1949)
Jessie Turney (d. 1949)
 
 
245
John and Sarah Gregg Fee
John and Sarah Gregg Fee
 
 
246
John DeMoss Gregg (d. 1876)
John DeMoss Gregg (d. 1876)
 
 
247
John DeMoss Gregg and Isabella Doak pillar
John DeMoss Gregg and Isabella Doak pillar
 
 
248
John Gregg (d. 1799)
John Gregg (d. 1799)
 
 
249
John Gregg (d. 1799)
John Gregg (d. 1799)
 
 
250
John H. Strain, d. 1888
John H. Strain, d. 1888
 
 
251
John Hamilton Riggs (d. 1979)
John Hamilton Riggs (d. 1979)
 
 
252
John Henry Sellman (d. 1892)
John Henry Sellman (d. 1892)
 
 
253
John Higgins and Cornelia N. Houston Strain
John Higgins and Cornelia N. Houston Strain
This is a memorial window in St. John's in Olney. 
 
254
John Higgins Strain (d. 1888)
John Higgins Strain (d. 1888)
 
 
255
John Iglehart (d. 1869)
John Iglehart (d. 1869)
 
 
256
John Iglehart Turnbull (d. 1944)
John Iglehart Turnbull (d. 1944)
A pilot, killed in action during WW 2. 
 
257
John Lansdale
John Lansdale
This sign stood at the start of the lane. 
 
258
John Lansdale Jr. (d. 2003)
John Lansdale Jr. (d. 2003)
 
 
259
John Lansdale Sr. (d. 1961)
John Lansdale Sr. (d. 1961)
 
 
260
John Mannen (d. 1879)
John Mannen (d. 1879)
 
 
261
John Mannen and Mary Kirk
John Mannen and Mary Kirk
They are buried together, Mary's name on the left side here and John's on the right. 
 
262
John Norwood (d. 1826)
John Norwood (d. 1826)
Status: Located;  
 
263
John P. Hamilton Jr. (d. 1849) and Deborah Perkins (d. 1852)
John P. Hamilton Jr. (d. 1849) and Deborah Perkins (d. 1852)
The covered graves in the foreground are John and Deborah; I could not make out the names on the similarly covered grave behind them to the left. 
 
264
John Strain, d. 1859
John Strain, d. 1859
He died as an infant 
 
265
John Thomas Hodges (d. 1882)
John Thomas Hodges (d. 1882)
 
 
266
John Wilcox Marshall (d. 1955)
John Wilcox Marshall (d. 1955)
 
 
267
John Wilson Iglehart, Jr. (d. 1901)
John Wilson Iglehart, Jr. (d. 1901)
 
 
268
John Wilson Iglehart, Sr. (d. 1881)
John Wilson Iglehart, Sr. (d. 1881)
 
 
269
Joseph (d. 1844) and Rebecca (Stone) McLellan (d. 1825
Joseph (d. 1844) and Rebecca (Stone) McLellan (d. 1825
This is one side of the obelisk.  
 
270
Joseph Addison, painted by Godfrey Kneller
Joseph Addison, painted by Godfrey Kneller
 
 
271
Joseph Harris (d. 1855)
Joseph Harris (d. 1855)
 
 
272
Joseph McLellan family obelisk
Joseph McLellan family obelisk
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GRid=47171466&CRid=493532& 
 
273
Julian Savage Pollock (d. 1889)
Julian Savage Pollock (d. 1889)
 
 
274
Katherine and Eleanora Watkins
Katherine and Eleanora Watkins
 
 
275
Kenneth Noble, Jr. (d. 1931)
Kenneth Noble, Jr. (d. 1931)
He died as an infant. 
 
276
Kent and White graves
Kent and White graves
 
 
277
Land Patent by Waters F.G. Lansdale
Land Patent by Waters F.G. Lansdale
A land patent is a transfer of federal land to an individual. Waters Lansdale patented this land in Adair Co., Missouri in 1857. 
 
278
Land patent for 40 acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
Land patent for 40 acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
This is a land patent for 40 acres, one of 6 patented by Richard Hyatt and Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale in September of 1844. 
 
279
Land patent for 40 acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
Land patent for 40 acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
This is the sixth of 6 patents for land in Lucas Co., Ohio by Richard Hyatt and Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale in September of 1844. 
 
280
Land patent for 41+ acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
Land patent for 41+ acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
This is the fourth of 6 patents for land in Lucas Co., Ohio by Richard Hyatt and Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale in September of 1844. 
 
281
Land patent for 41+ acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
Land patent for 41+ acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
This is the fifth of 6 land patents filed by Richard Hyatt and Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale in September of 1844.  
 
282
Land patent for 49+ acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
Land patent for 49+ acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
This is the third of 6 patents for land in Lucas Co., Ohio filed by Richard Hyatt and Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale in September of 1844. 
 
283
Land patent for 49+acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
Land patent for 49+acres in Lucas Co., Ohio in 1844
This is the second of 6 patents for land in Lucas Co., Ohio filed by Richard Hyatt and Alpheus Hyatt Lansdale in September of 1844. 
 
284
Land Patent in Indiana to Richard Hyatt Lansdale, 1837
Land Patent in Indiana to Richard Hyatt Lansdale, 1837
A Land patent is a transfer of federal land to an individual. Richard H. Lansdale, as his biography shows, worked his way through several states over a decade or so. This is evidence of his presence in Kosciusko Co., Indiana in 1837. 
 
285
Land Patent to Isaac J. Lansdale, Adair Co., Missouri in 1854
Land Patent to Isaac J. Lansdale, Adair Co., Missouri in 1854
A land patent is a transfer of federal land to an individual. This was made to Isaac Lansdale just a few years before a similar grant in the same township was made to his father.  
 
286
Lansdale and Strain graves at All Hallows
Lansdale and Strain graves at All Hallows
The two in front are of Thomas Franklin Lansdale and Eliza Wimberly Strain Lansdale. The four flat stones behind them are, from the right, May Mannen Lansdale, John Lansdale Sr., Metta Tomlinson Lansdale, and John Lansdale, Jr. Just behind these, flanking the small tree, are Cornelia Lansdale (on the right), and her husband Howard Hill (on the left side). 
 
287
Lansdale and Williams graves at All Hallows
Lansdale and Williams graves at All Hallows
 
 
288
Lansdale graves at Glenwood Cemetery.
Lansdale graves at Glenwood Cemetery.
It's possible that these graves were moved here from a burial place in Triadelphia after the town was flooded to become a reservoir. 
 
289
Lansdale Window, All Hallows Chapel
Lansdale Window, All Hallows Chapel
This was placed by John Lansdale, Sr. 
 
290
Lansdale-Williams graves
Lansdale-Williams graves
Status: Located;  
 
291
Laura Gregg (d. 1884)
Laura Gregg (d. 1884)
 
 
292
Letterhead for R.D. Pitard Hardware
Letterhead for R.D. Pitard Hardware
There were two locations for Pitard Hardware; this one was on Dauphine St., with Richmond Daniel Pitard's name. James Ford, the secretary, could be related to his wife Alice Ford. 
 
293
Lida (Fawkes) Walker, d. 1888
Lida (Fawkes) Walker, d. 1888
 
 
294
Lizzie Burgess (d. 1894)
Lizzie Burgess (d. 1894)
 
 
295
Lucinda M. Sellman (d. 1866)
Lucinda M. Sellman (d. 1866)
 
 
296
Lucinda Sellman (d. 1951)
Lucinda Sellman (d. 1951)
 
 
297
Manford Hamilton (d. 1866) and Mrs. Maria Hamilton (d. 1870)
Manford Hamilton (d. 1866) and Mrs. Maria Hamilton (d. 1870)
Maria was the wife of Herod Hamilton (d. 1903), and Manford was one of their children. His stone says that he was "A soldier boy in the 10th and 16th Ky. Reg."  
 
298
Margaret (Cooper) Tureman, d. 1902
Margaret (Cooper) Tureman, d. 1902
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=11976257 
 
299
Margaret (Stevenson) Scott (d. 1692)
Margaret (Stevenson) Scott (d. 1692)
This is at the Salem Memorial. 
 
300
Margaret Currens Savage (d. 1911)
Margaret Currens Savage (d. 1911)
 
 
301
Margaret Dorsey Ridgely Lansdale (d. 1937)
Margaret Dorsey Ridgely Lansdale (d. 1937)
 
 
302
Margaret Ella Welsh Iglehart (d. 1930)
Margaret Ella Welsh Iglehart (d. 1930)
 
 
303
Margaret Galloway Cheston (d. 1962)
Margaret Galloway Cheston (d. 1962)
 
 
304
Margaret Hall (d. 1842)
Margaret Hall (d. 1842)
 
 
305
Margaret Ridgely Williams (d. 1999)
Margaret Ridgely Williams (d. 1999)
 
 
306
Margaret Sellman Worthington (d. 1863)
Margaret Sellman Worthington (d. 1863)
 
 
307
Margaret Watkins Hall (d. 1829)
Margaret Watkins Hall (d. 1829)
 
 
308
Margaretta Lansdale Williams (d. 1847)
Margaretta Lansdale Williams (d. 1847)
Status: Located;  
 
309
Maria Deborah Welsh Iglehart (d. 1901)
Maria Deborah Welsh Iglehart (d. 1901)
 
 
310
Maria Leslie Iglehart (d. 1878)
Maria Leslie Iglehart (d. 1878)
 
 
311
Maria Waters (Franklin) Freeland, 1821-1902
Maria Waters (Franklin) Freeland, 1821-1902
 
 
312
Marriage certificate between Frank L. Coffee and Blanche M.E. Pitard (m. 1890)
Marriage certificate between Frank L. Coffee and Blanche M.E. Pitard (m. 1890)
Transcription:
". . . (March 31, 1890) was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, by Rev. father D. Hubert S.J. on the 22 day of March 1890 between Frank L. Coffee (37 years), a native of New Orleans, La son of Andrew J. Coffee and Elizabeth Hutchins, and Miss Blanche Marie Elizabeth Pitard (25 years) native of New Orleans, La daughter of Arthur Pitard and Catherine Copley. The marriage was performed in the presence of the witnesses Chs. A Conrad, Wm. A Brewer, Louis O. Pitard, Robert G. Pitard. The License was issued on the 20 day of March 1890 . . . . " 
 
313
Marriage certificate for Daniel M. Pitard and Barsilla Bemiss (m. 1888)
Marriage certificate for Daniel M. Pitard and Barsilla Bemiss (m. 1888)
Transcription:
". . . (April 2 1888) was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, by Rev. J.B.A. Ahrens on the 24 day of March 1888 between Daniel M Pitard (22 years), a native of New Orleans, La son of Gustave Pitard and Cecilia Maupay, and Miss Barsilla B. Bemiss (17 years) native of New Orleans, La daughter of Cyrus T. Bemiss and Lambella Dormin. The marriage was performed in the presence of the witnesses Mrs. Belle Bemiss, Mrs. M.J. Blessing, David Bradford. The License was issued on the 23 day of March 1888. . . " 
 
314
Marriage certificate for Enrique Remirez and Julia Cecile Pitard (m. 1887)
Marriage certificate for Enrique Remirez and Julia Cecile Pitard (m. 1887)
Transcription:
". . . (February 26 1887) was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, by Rev. father D. Hubert S.J. on the 19 day of February 1887 between Enrique Portas Remirez (30 years,) a native of Campeche, Mexico son of Rafaele Portas and Rose Remirez, and Miss Julia Cecile Pitard (24 years) native of New Orleans, La daughter of Arthur Pitard and Catherine Copley. The marriage was performed in the presence of the witnesses A. Pitard, Manuel Z. Zamora, J.M. Cressy. The License was issued on the 17 day of February 1887. . . "  
 
315
Marriage certificate for Gustave Pitard Jr. and Lucie Gamard (m. 1895)
Marriage certificate for Gustave Pitard Jr. and Lucie Gamard (m. 1895)
Transcription:
". . . to-wit: the twenty third of March in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety five . . . was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, La., by Rev. father H. Mizant [?] on the 19 day of March 1895 between Gustave Pitard Jr (24 years,) a native of New Orleans La son of Gustave Pitard and Cecile Maupay, and Miss Lucie Gamard (22 years,) a native of New Orleans La daughter of Alphonse Gamard and Marie Couret. The celebration of marriage was performed in the presence of the witnesses Gustave Pitard, Alphonse Gamard, Gen. H. Dunbar. The License was issued on the 16 day of March 1895 . . . "  
 
316
Marriage Certificate for Henry S. DeGrange and Marie Cecile Bozant (m. 1891)
Marriage Certificate for Henry S. DeGrange and Marie Cecile Bozant (m. 1891)
Transcription:
" . . . to-wit: the night of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ninety one . . . was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, La., by Rev. father F.A. Cuppens on the 9 day of June 1891 between Henry S. DeGrange (31 years,) a native of New Orleans, La son of Joseph H. DeGrange and Ellen McMillan, and Miss Marie Cecile Bozant (30 years,) a native of New Orleans La daughter of Auguste Bozant and Cecile Correjolles. The celebration of marriage was performed in the presence of the witnesses John Bozant, B.J. DeGrange, Gabriel Bozant. The License was issued on the 8 day of June 1891 . . . "  
 
317
Marriage Certificate for Lorenza Maupay and John Schmidt (m. 1872)
Marriage Certificate for Lorenza Maupay and John Schmidt (m. 1872)
Transcription:
" . . . to-wit: the twenty eighth of May in the Year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seventy two . . . was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, La., by Rev. J C. Ferec [?] on the 19 day of Dec 1871 between John BJ Schmidt aged twenty five years a native of Louisiana son of Gustave Schmidt and Estelle Massey, and Lorenza W. Maupay aged (21 years) a native of Louisiana daughter of Daniel Maupay and Lorenza Fernandez. The celebration of marriage was performed in the presence of witnesses _________. The License was issued on the 14 day of Dec 1871 . . . " 
 
318
Marriage certificate for Lorenza Maupay and Raoul Tanneret (m. 1885)
Marriage certificate for Lorenza Maupay and Raoul Tanneret (m. 1885)
Transcription:
" . . . to-wit: the twenty eighth of May in the Year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighty five . . . was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, La., by Rev. Timothy Stiemke on the 25 day of May 1885 between Raoul Tanneret (__ years) a native of Louisiana son of Emile Tanneret and Augustine Massicot, and Miss Lorenza Maupay (__ years), a native of Louisiana daughter of Daniel Maupay and Lorenza Fernandez. The celebration of marriage was performed in the presence of witnesses Charles Franke, Wm. B. Kelly, J.M Druilhet. The License was issued on the 25 day of May 1885 . . . "  
 
319
Marriage certificate, Gus Pitard and Helen McLellan, m. 1931
Marriage certificate, Gus Pitard and Helen McLellan, m. 1931
 
 
320
Marriage Certificate, J.T. DeGrange and Isabella Lagan (m. 1894)
Marriage Certificate, J.T. DeGrange and Isabella Lagan (m. 1894)
Transcription:
"(April 24, 1894) was registered a marriage, celebrated in the City of New Orleans, by Rt. Archbishop F. Janssens on the 18 day of April 1894 between Joseph T. De Grange MD (29 years,) a native of New Orleans son of Joseph H. De Grange and Helen McMillen and Miss Isabella M. Lagan (26 years,) a native of New Orleans daughter of Matthew D. Lagan and Jane C. Laycock. The marriage was performed in the presence of the witnesses J. H. DeGrange, MD Lagan, Chs. H Lagan. The License was issued on the 17 day of April 1894 . . . " 
 
321
Martha Hall, d. 1835
Martha Hall, d. 1835
The stone says "In memory of Martha, daughter of Thos. T. and R.S. Hall, who died August 19th, 1835, aged 18 mos., 17 days." 
 
322
Martha Waters (d. 1910)
Martha Waters (d. 1910)
 
 
323
Mary 'Polly' DeMoss (d. 1853)
Mary "Polly" DeMoss (d. 1853)
 
 
324
Mary (Cushman) Kirk (1794-1870)
Mary (Cushman) Kirk (1794-1870)
 
 
325
Mary (Murray) Cheston & Robert Murray Cheston
Mary (Murray) Cheston & Robert Murray Cheston
 
 
326
Mary Allen Lankford (d. 1986)
Mary Allen Lankford (d. 1986)
 
 
327
Mary Ann Currens (d. 1895)
Mary Ann Currens (d. 1895)
 
 
328
Mary Ann Gregg (d. 1836)
Mary Ann Gregg (d. 1836)
She died before the age of one. 
 
329
Mary Burwell Cheston (d. 1950)
Mary Burwell Cheston (d. 1950)
 
 
330
Mary Dorsey (Murray) Cheston (d. 1943)
Mary Dorsey (Murray) Cheston (d. 1943)
 
 
331
Mary Dryden Harwood Kent (d. 1891)
Mary Dryden Harwood Kent (d. 1891)
 
 
332
Mary Dryden Kent (d. 1941)
Mary Dryden Kent (d. 1941)
 
 
333
Mary Duvall Hall (d. 1740s)
Mary Duvall Hall (d. 1740s)
 
 
334
Mary E. Lansdale (d. 1879)
Mary E. Lansdale (d. 1879)
Status: Located;  
 
335
Mary Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Mannen (d. 1927)
Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Mannen (d. 1927)
 
 
336
Mary Grundy Gibson Murray (d. 1915)
Mary Grundy Gibson Murray (d. 1915)
The stone reads: "Sacred to the memory of Mary Grundy Gibson, wife of Clapham Murray and daughter of Charles C and Priscilla C. Gibson died Feb. 8 . . . This monument erected by the Colonial Dames of America, Chapter I in grateful recognition of her devoted and distinguished services for 23 years as an officer of this society. 1844-1915."  
 
337
Mary Hale Norwood (d. 1815)
Mary Hale Norwood (d. 1815)
Status: Located;  
 
338
Mary Harlan Webb (d. 1750)
Mary Harlan Webb (d. 1750)
I assume from what is left on this stone that it is her grave. 
 
339
Mary Leonese Hartman Tomlinson (d. 1891)
Mary Leonese Hartman Tomlinson (d. 1891)
 
 
340
Mary Louisa Estep (d. 1962)
Mary Louisa Estep (d. 1962)
 
 
341
Mary Louisa Waters (d.1867)
Mary Louisa Waters (d.1867)
 
 
342
Mary Murray (d. 1924)
Mary Murray (d. 1924)
 
 
343
Mary Murray (van Doren) Yancey (d. 1982)
Mary Murray (van Doren) Yancey (d. 1982)
 
 
344
Mary N.S. Cheston (d. 1960)
Mary N.S. Cheston (d. 1960)
 
 
345
Mary Nichols Lansdale (d. 1917)
Mary Nichols Lansdale (d. 1917)
 
 
346
Mary Pope Lansdale (1836-1895)
Mary Pope Lansdale (1836-1895)
 
 
347
Mary Preston Ellzey van Doren (d. 1938)
Mary Preston Ellzey van Doren (d. 1938)
 
 
348
Mary Roberts Savage (d. 1916)
Mary Roberts Savage (d. 1916)
 
 
349
Mary Truxton Strain (d. 1927)
Mary Truxton Strain (d. 1927)
 
 
350
Mary Waters (d. 1909)
Mary Waters (d. 1909)
 
 
351
Mary Waters (d. 1909)
Mary Waters (d. 1909)
 
 
352
Mary Wilson Iglehart (d. 1957)
Mary Wilson Iglehart (d. 1957)
 
 
353
Mason Graham Ellzey, Jr. (d. 1949)
Mason Graham Ellzey, Jr. (d. 1949)
 
 
354
Matilda Davidson Iglehart (d. 1877)
Matilda Davidson Iglehart (d. 1877)
 
 
355
Matthew Brooke (d. 1884)
Matthew Brooke (d. 1884)
 
 
356
Maxcy Galloway Hughes (d. 1863),  monument
Maxcy Galloway Hughes (d. 1863), monument
 
 
357
Maxcy Galloway Hughes (d. 1863), detail
Maxcy Galloway Hughes (d. 1863), detail
 
 
358
May Hamilton Mannen (1884-1958)
May Hamilton Mannen (1884-1958)
 
 
359
McLellan graves at Lafayette #1
McLellan graves at Lafayette #1
Capt. Charles McLellan's broke pillar is on top. 
 
360
McLellan mound in Lafayette #1
McLellan mound in Lafayette #1
In the center is the pillar for Capt. Chas. W. McLellan. On the left are Callendar I. Fayssoux and his wife Sarah (McLellan) Fayssoux. On the right are Leonora (Levensaler) McLellan and W.H. (P.) McLellan. 
 
361
McLellan siblings
McLellan siblings
These three panels include the families of four brothers, sons of Alden Miller McLellan. Their sister, Annie Cooper, has a plaque on the ground in front of them. 
 
362
McLellan siblings, below the left panel
McLellan siblings, below the left panel
"Alden" on the pillar is possibly a memorial to Alden d. 1951? 
 
363
McLellan/Winter Divorce
McLellan/Winter Divorce
A New York Times article on the divorce of Orris McLellan and Amber Winter, 25 Feb. 1900 
 
364
McLellanville
McLellanville
This is a reprint of an article originally published between 1890 and 1895 describing the McLellan shipyards run by the McLellans on the south bank of the Mississippi in New Orleans. Pictured are William H.P. McLellan (d. 1895) and two of his sons, Alden and Orris. "Azeal" in the body of the article must mean "Asahel," the other living brother. This is taken from "Old Algiers" by Richard Remy Dixon, page 57.  
 
365
Mercy Kinsey Brooke (b. abt. 1771)
Mercy Kinsey Brooke (b. abt. 1771)
 
 
366
Metta Virginia Tomlinson (1913-2001)
Metta Virginia Tomlinson (1913-2001)
 
 
367
Minerva Hamilton (d. 1869)
Minerva Hamilton (d. 1869)
 
 
368
Mollie Worthington Hodges (d. 1873)
Mollie Worthington Hodges (d. 1873)
 
 
369
Morris Hacker (d. 1947)
Morris Hacker (d. 1947)
 
 
370
Moses Dimmitt Savage, d. 1852
Moses Dimmitt Savage, d. 1852
He died as an infant. 
 
371
Mrs. Mary A. Worthington (d. 1901)
Mrs. Mary A. Worthington (d. 1901)
 
 
372
Mrs. Mary H. Currens (d. 1848)
Mrs. Mary H. Currens (d. 1848)
 
 
373
Mrs. Sarah D. Savage (d. 1887)
Mrs. Sarah D. Savage (d. 1887)
 
 
374
Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Lothian
Mt. Zion Methodist Church, Lothian
 
 
375
Murrays at Christ Church, Owensville
Murrays at Christ Church, Owensville
From the left are: Capt. William Henry Murray; his parents Alexander John and Mary Clapham; Mary Murray; Alexander Murray; and Eliza Franklin Murray. 
 
376
Nancy Franklin (1816-1854)
Nancy Franklin (1816-1854)
 
 
377
Nathaniel Summerfield Chew (d. 1921)
Nathaniel Summerfield Chew (d. 1921)
 
 
378
New Garden Meeting and Burying Ground
New Garden Meeting and Burying Ground
The Meeting house is on the left; it is one of the only ones in the area which is made of brick. This shows the oldest area of the burying ground. 
 
379
Obit. for Arthur Pitard (d. 1912)
Obit. for Arthur Pitard (d. 1912)
From the Times-Picayune, 30 June 1912. 
 
380
Obit. for Caroline Maupay Druilhet, d. 21 Sept. 1853
Obit. for Caroline Maupay Druilhet, d. 21 Sept. 1853
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 22 Sept. 1883. 
 
381
Obit. for Edward Maupay, d. 15 July 1859
Obit. for Edward Maupay, d. 15 July 1859
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 16 July 1859. 
 
382
Obit. for Elmore L. DeGrange, d. 2006
Obit. for Elmore L. DeGrange, d. 2006
 
 
383
Obit. for Emilie (LaCoste) Hacker, d. 13 Feb. 1866.
Obit. for Emilie (LaCoste) Hacker, d. 13 Feb. 1866.
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 14 Feb. 1866. 
 
384
Obit. for Gustave Pitard Sr.
Obit. for Gustave Pitard Sr.
From the Times-Picayune, 10 Mar. 1902, p3. 
 
385
Obit. for John B. Couret, d. 2 May 1887.
Obit. for John B. Couret, d. 2 May 1887.
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 3 May 1887. 
 
386
Obit. for Joseph M. Markey (1857-1919)
Obit. for Joseph M. Markey (1857-1919)
From the Times-Picayune, 31 July 1919, p11. 
 
387
Obit. for Louis Pitard (d. 1901)
Obit. for Louis Pitard (d. 1901)
From the Times-Picayune, 26 Feb. 1901.  
 
388
Obit. for Margaret Cooper Tureman (1848-1902)
Obit. for Margaret Cooper Tureman (1848-1902)
From the Times-Picayune, 8 Dec. 1902, p4 
 
389
Obit. for Pierre Hacker, d. 13 April 1835.
Obit. for Pierre Hacker, d. 13 April 1835.
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 14 April 1835. 
 
390
Obit. for Robert J. Pitard, <em>Times Picayune</em>, 20 June 1983
Obit. for Robert J. Pitard, Times Picayune, 20 June 1983
 
 
391
Obit. for Thomas Couret, d. 6 Oct. 1870 in France
Obit. for Thomas Couret, d. 6 Oct. 1870 in France
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 30 Oct. 1870. 
 
392
Obit. for Thomas L Couret (d. 1882)
Obit. for Thomas L Couret (d. 1882)
From the Times-Picayune, 22 Nov. 1882. 
 
393
Obituary for Abner Wimberly (d. 1858)
Obituary for Abner Wimberly (d. 1858)
This was preserved in the Allen Strain family bible. 
 
394
Obituary for Allen Strain (d. 1858)
Obituary for Allen Strain (d. 1858)
This has been preserved in his family bible. 
 
395
Obituary for Corinne Pitard, d. 16 Apr. 1880, aged 11 mos.
Obituary for Corinne Pitard, d. 16 Apr. 1880, aged 11 mos.
Published 17 Apr. 1880 in The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans 
 
396
Obituary for Henri Pitard (d. 1969)
Obituary for Henri Pitard (d. 1969)
From the Times-Picayune, 3 Aug. 1969, p20 
 
397
Obituary for Jean Baptiste Prados (d. Jan. 1863)
Obituary for Jean Baptiste Prados (d. Jan. 1863)
Published in the Richmond Examiner, 20 Mar. 1863, p2 
 
398
Obituary for Leonora McLellan (d. 1880)
Obituary for Leonora McLellan (d. 1880)
She was 2 when she died; this was found in a scrapbook kept by Asahel McLellan, her brother.  
 
399
Obituary for Louis Francois Pitard, d. 26 April 1830
Obituary for Louis Francois Pitard, d. 26 April 1830
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 29 April 1830. 
 
400
Obituary for Mary Phillips Pitard (d. 2006)
Obituary for Mary Phillips Pitard (d. 2006)
She died Jan. 15, 2006 in Monroe, Louisiana. 
 
401
Obituary for Richmond D. Pitard (d. 1954)
Obituary for Richmond D. Pitard (d. 1954)
From the Times-Picayune, 22 Feb. 1954, p39 
 
402
Obituary for Thomas Couret, d. 17 Nov. 1882.
Obituary for Thomas Couret, d. 17 Nov. 1882.
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on on 18 Nov. 1882. 
 
403
Obituary notice for Bertrand Couret, d. 31 Aug. 1855
Obituary notice for Bertrand Couret, d. 31 Aug. 1855
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 1 Sept. 1855. 
 
404
Obituary notice for Jacques DeGrange, d. 4 Oct. 1861
Obituary notice for Jacques DeGrange, d. 4 Oct. 1861
The obit. appeared in the The New Orleans Bee/ L’Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans on 5 Oct. 1861 
 
405
Octavius Lyles (b. 1828)
Octavius Lyles (b. 1828)
His death date is not legible to me. 
 
406
Old Kennett Burying Ground
Old Kennett Burying Ground
This picture is taken with the Meeting House behind the photographer's back. The Webb graves are to the right, just out of the image.  
 
407
Old Kennett Meeting
Old Kennett Meeting
This picture is taken from the entrance to the burying ground, which extends behind the photographer. The Harlan family is immediately to the left of the photo, out of view.  
 
408
Old Kennett Meeting
Old Kennett Meeting
This is not a Monthly Meeting any more; meetings are held there a few times a year for anyone from the surrounding region.  
 
409
Olivia Clagett Lindsey (d. 1929)
Olivia Clagett Lindsey (d. 1929)
 
 
410
Parthenia Currens (d. June 1848)
Parthenia Currens (d. June 1848)
She died at about 3 months old. 
 
411
Paul Iglehart (d. 1907)
Paul Iglehart (d. 1907)
 
 
412
Peter Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1866)
Peter Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1866)
Status: Located;  
 
413
Philip van Horne Lansdale (d. 1899)
Philip van Horne Lansdale (d. 1899)
 
 
414
Pitard Tomb
Pitard Tomb
 
 
415
Pitard Tomb
Pitard Tomb
 
 
416
Pitard tomb, names
Pitard tomb, names
The one name on this which is not on the site is Anna Mishe. She was not a blood relation, but had been taken in by the family way back and lived with them for years. She appears in Gustave Pitard Sr.'s household on the 1880 census as a servant, "Anita Mish," next to her son [presumably her son] Fernand.  
 
417
Pitard, Fogarty, Draube, and Dannemann tomb
Pitard, Fogarty, Draube, and Dannemann tomb
This is the right side of the memorial stone. This is Lilian PItard and two sons-in-law.  
 
418
Pitard, Fogarty, Draube, and Dannemann tomb
Pitard, Fogarty, Draube, and Dannemann tomb
This image is the left side of the tomb. This is John Cloudesly Pitard and his three daughters. 
 
419
Pitard, Fogarty, Draube, and Dannemann tomb
Pitard, Fogarty, Draube, and Dannemann tomb
This is John Cloudesly Pitard, his wife, three daughters, and two of their husbands. 
 
420
Pollock, Mannen, and Savage graves at Maple Grove
Pollock, Mannen, and Savage graves at Maple Grove
This image is linked to the stones in the foreground. The "Christian Church" stands in the background. Another set of Pollock stones stands 10-15 yards behind the tree standing to the right in the background of this photo, surrounding another tree. That set is in bad condition. A third set of 3 Pollock stones stands on the left of the Church as you face its front door. 
 
421
Pollock, Mannen, and Savage graves at Maple Grove
Pollock, Mannen, and Savage graves at Maple Grove
These comprise one set of Pollock and Mannen graves at Maple Grove. James Pollock (d. 1930) is on the left. Margaret Currens Savage is at the right edge of the photo, and Isaac Currens Pollock is to her right, just outside of the picture. 
 
422
Portrait of Mme. Augustine Massicot Tanneret, by Jacques Amans
Portrait of Mme. Augustine Massicot Tanneret, by Jacques Amans
About Jacques Amans 
 
423
Priscilla Charlotte Murray (d. 1884)
Priscilla Charlotte Murray (d. 1884)
She died as a young child. 
 
424
Priscilla Porter Williams (d. 1897)
Priscilla Porter Williams (d. 1897)
Status: Located; She was the second wife of Samuel Williams. 
 
425
Query from the OR on the Prados murder
Query from the OR on the Prados murder
The memo at the bottom of this page is a note from Gen. Nathaniel Banks inquiring after the murders of Majors Prados and Bauduc on the Virtue. This is taken from the Compilation of Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, series II, vol. 5. 
 
426
Rachel Dimmitt (d. 1866)
Rachel Dimmitt (d. 1866)
She was the second wife of James Savage. 
 
427
Rachel Sophia Hall (d. 1944)
Rachel Sophia Hall (d. 1944)
 
 
428
Rachel Waters (d. 1939)
Rachel Waters (d. 1939)
This is Aunt Jig. 
 
429
Rachel Waters Hall (d. 1877)
Rachel Waters Hall (d. 1877)
 
 
430
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
This picture shows St. James Church, the church Henry Hall led, in the background. A window inside is dedicated to him as well. Most of the other stones between theirs and the church belong to members of the Hall family. 
 
431
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
Rev. Henry and Mary Duvall Hall
 
 
432
Rev. Henry Hall (d. 1722)
Rev. Henry Hall (d. 1722)
 
 
433
Rev. Henry Hall Window, St. James Parish Church
Rev. Henry Hall Window, St. James Parish Church
 
 
434
Rev. James Savage (d. 1854)
Rev. James Savage (d. 1854)
 
 
435
Rev. James Savage (d. 1854)
Rev. James Savage (d. 1854)
 
 
436
Richard and Elizabeth Estep
Richard and Elizabeth Estep
 
 
437
Richard and Harriett Hall Estep, and their daughter Mary L. Estep
Richard and Harriett Hall Estep, and their daughter Mary L. Estep
 
 
438
Richard and Margaret Lansdale
Richard and Margaret Lansdale
 
 
439
Richard and Margaret Lansdale Pue
Richard and Margaret Lansdale Pue
They are buried with the middle of their three children. 
 
440
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
 
 
441
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
Richard Battee Sellman Duckett (d. 1944)
This is actually the back of his stone, which is on the left here, facing the boxwood. 
 
442
Richard Estep (d. 1919)
Richard Estep (d. 1919)
 
 
443
Richard Estep and Eva M. Hall
Richard Estep and Eva M. Hall
What is Eva M. Hall's maiden name? 
 
444
Richard Hyatt Lansdale (1812-1897)
Richard Hyatt Lansdale (1812-1897)
 
 
445
Richard Hyatt Lansdale (1837-1919)
Richard Hyatt Lansdale (1837-1919)
 
 
446
Richard Hyatt Lansdale (d. 1958)
Richard Hyatt Lansdale (d. 1958)
He was for a time Warden of St. John's in Olney as well; a picture of him is on the wall in an office in the church. 
 
447
Richard Lankford (d. 2003)
Richard Lankford (d. 2003)
 
 
448
Richard T. Estep (d. 1913)
Richard T. Estep (d. 1913)
 
 
449
Robert Freeland, 1807-1886
Robert Freeland, 1807-1886
 
 
450
Robert H. Crihfield (d. 1855)
Robert H. Crihfield (d. 1855)
 
 
451
Robert Murray (d. 1904)
Robert Murray (d. 1904)
 
 
452
Robert S. Burwell (d. 1947)
Robert S. Burwell (d. 1947)
 
 
453
Ruth Marie DeGrange Gelpi (d. 1958)
Ruth Marie DeGrange Gelpi (d. 1958)
 
 
454
Sallie Cheston Ellzey (d. 1961)
Sallie Cheston Ellzey (d. 1961)
 
 
455
Sallie Currens (d. 1844)
Sallie Currens (d. 1844)
 
 
456
Sally Mannen and Isaac P. Mannen
Sally Mannen and Isaac P. Mannen
 
 
457
Sally Peake Chew (d. 1925)
Sally Peake Chew (d. 1925)
 
 
458
Sally Pollock Mannen and Isaac Pollock Mannen
Sally Pollock Mannen and Isaac Pollock Mannen
This is Sally and her son "Ike." 
 
459
Samuel 'Towhead' Hamilton (d. 1890)
Samuel "Towhead" Hamilton (d. 1890)
A veteran of the War of 1812. He and his wife share the same stone, with their names on opposite sides.  
 
460
Samuel Franklin 'Frank' Lansdale (d. 1908)
Samuel Franklin "Frank" Lansdale (d. 1908)
 
 
461
Samuel Franklin Waters (d. 1910)
Samuel Franklin Waters (d. 1910)
 
 
462
Samuel McLellan (1771-1825)
Samuel McLellan (1771-1825)
 
 
463
Samuel Rowland White (d. 1934)
Samuel Rowland White (d. 1934)
 
 
464
Samuel Williams (d. 1889)
Samuel Williams (d. 1889)
Status: Located; The gravestone gives the evidence of his place of death in Chicago. 
 
465
Sara Price Iglehart (d. 1962)
Sara Price Iglehart (d. 1962)
 
 
466
Sarah Estep Lankford (d. 1958)
Sarah Estep Lankford (d. 1958)
 
 
467
Sarah Gregg (d. 1855)
Sarah Gregg (d. 1855)
She never married. 
 
468
Sarah King and (Rezin) Addison Lansdale
Sarah King and (Rezin) Addison Lansdale
Status: Located;  
 
469
Sarah Lizzie Pollock (d. 1841)
Sarah Lizzie Pollock (d. 1841)
She died at less than one year old. 
 
470
Savage-Currens Cemetery, Germantown
Savage-Currens Cemetery, Germantown
This is the entire cemetery. It is on private land, sitting immediately on Rt. 875 on the Mason Co. side of Germantown. Not all of the gravestones in this cemetery have (as yet!) been connected to people on this site. A few stones, including at least one immediately in front of the camera, do not appear, and some have obviously become so worn as not to be readable or even visible. 
 
471
Simon McLellan (d. 1828)
Simon McLellan (d. 1828)
Stone placed by family researcher Prentice Alexander in 1995.  
 
472
Slack Family Cemetery
Slack Family Cemetery
This is the cemetery as it looks from Slack Pike. Note that it is on private land. The metal fence is visible inside the grove of trees, with the gate on the left side. The cemetery is untended and very overgrown. 
 
473
Sophia Stockett (d. 1888)
Sophia Stockett (d. 1888)
 
 
474
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church sign
St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church sign
This sign is along Rt. 108 in front of the church. I don't know that there is actually a burying ground attached to this church, though I could be wrong.  
 
475
St. John's and the Strain window
St. John's and the Strain window
This is the inside of St. John's at Olney; the Strain window is just visible on the left side. 
 
476
St. John's at Olney, Sandy Spring, Maryland
St. John's at Olney, Sandy Spring, Maryland
 
 
477
Stephen & Hattie Simpson McCormick
Stephen & Hattie Simpson McCormick
 
 
478
Stephen McLellan family
Stephen McLellan family
This is a page from vol. 7 of "Maine Families in 1790" (S234) about Stephen McLellan and his family. Copy courtesy Brenda Pajor, McLellan family researcher.  
 
479
Strain and Norwood graves at Baker's Creek
Strain and Norwood graves at Baker's Creek
Status: Located;  
 
480
Strain graves at Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown
Strain graves at Oak Hill Cemetery, Georgetown
 
 
481
Sue Wilcox Cheston (d. 1945)
Sue Wilcox Cheston (d. 1945)
 
 
482
Susan Cheston Hacker (d. 1971)
Susan Cheston Hacker (d. 1971)
 
 
483
Susan Hodges Ogle Welch (d. 1936)
Susan Hodges Ogle Welch (d. 1936)
 
 
484
Susanna Reeder Harris (d. 1827)
Susanna Reeder Harris (d. 1827)
 
 
485
Susie Harrison Murray (d. 1924)
Susie Harrison Murray (d. 1924)
 
 
486
Tabitha Knight (1807-1890)
Tabitha Knight (1807-1890)
 
 
487
The cemetery at All Hallows Chapel
The cemetery at All Hallows Chapel
 
 
488
The Galloway family at 'Tulip Hill'
The Galloway family at "Tulip Hill"
 
 
489
The gate to old St. David's Church
The gate to old St. David's Church
The old church is to the left; the new chapel is in the background, through the trees, across the road, and up the hill.  
 
490
The Hodges family.
The Hodges family.
This is four of the children and their mother. 
 
491
The John Hodges Jr. family
The John Hodges Jr. family
This includes John Thomas Jr., his wife Ida, and two of their children who died as infants. 
 
492
The library
The library
The library was one of the most unique rooms in the house, in part because of its ceiling. The painting above the fireplace is of John Lansdale Jr. in his colonel's uniform during WWII. 
 
493
The Murray family at Christ Church, Owensville
The Murray family at Christ Church, Owensville
 
 
494
Thelma Ford Murray (d. 1987)
Thelma Ford Murray (d. 1987)
 
 
495
Theodore (d. 1905) and Mary J. McLellan (d. 1901)
Theodore (d. 1905) and Mary J. McLellan (d. 1901)
This is their side of the obelisk. 
 
496
Thomas and Rachel Waters Hall
Thomas and Rachel Waters Hall
This shows St. James in the background. Most of the other stones between theirs and the church belong to the Hall family. 
 
497
Thomas Franklin (1786-1865)
Thomas Franklin (1786-1865)
 
 
498
Thomas Franklin Lansdale (d. 1891)
Thomas Franklin Lansdale (d. 1891)
 
 
499
Thomas Franklin Lansdale (d. 1997)
Thomas Franklin Lansdale (d. 1997)
 
 
500
Thomas Gassaway (1684-1739)
Thomas Gassaway (1684-1739)
 
 
501
Thomas Hyatt Lansdale (d. 1878)
Thomas Hyatt Lansdale (d. 1878)
 
 
502
Thomas J. Hall (d. 1880)
Thomas J. Hall (d. 1880)
 
 
503
Thomas Jacob Franklin (d. 1854)
Thomas Jacob Franklin (d. 1854)
Died at several months old. 
 
504
Thomas John and Esther Loney Hall
Thomas John and Esther Loney Hall
 
 
505
Thomas John Hall (d. 1895)
Thomas John Hall (d. 1895)
 
 
506
Thomas R. Kent (d. 1886)
Thomas R. Kent (d. 1886)
 
 
507
Thomas Sellman and Sara Price Iglehart
Thomas Sellman and Sara Price Iglehart
 
 
508
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1922)
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1922)
 
 
509
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1953)
Thomas Sellman Hall (d. 1953)
 
 
510
Thomas Sellman Iglehart, Jr. (d. 1934)
Thomas Sellman Iglehart, Jr. (d. 1934)
 
 
511
Thomas Sellman Iglehart, Sr. (d. 1904)
Thomas Sellman Iglehart, Sr. (d. 1904)
 
 
512
Thomas T. Worthington (d. 1895)
Thomas T. Worthington (d. 1895)
 
 
513
Thomas Welsh and Elisabeth Sellman
Thomas Welsh and Elisabeth Sellman
Mine Eyes Have Seen
Thy Salvation
Thomas Welsh
October 30, 1789 * July 2 1873
Elisabeth Sellman his wife
March 25 1801 * April 11 1864 
 
514
Thomson and Katherine B. (Duckett) King
Thomson and Katherine B. (Duckett) King
 
 
515
Thomson King, Jr. (d. 1970)
Thomson King, Jr. (d. 1970)
 
 
516
Turn Mannen (1879-1942)
Turn Mannen (1879-1942)
 
 
517
Turney Graves
Turney Graves
The Turney family monument and headstones 
 
518
Vincent Hamilton (d. 1879)
Vincent Hamilton (d. 1879)
 
 
519
Virgil Gregg (d. 1862)
Virgil Gregg (d. 1862)
He died at the battle of Augusta, Kentucky. 
 
520
Walker Moore (d. 1890)
Walker Moore (d. 1890)
 
 
521
Webb/Harlan family graves
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. 
 
522
Wedding invitation for Gus Pitard and Helen McLellan, m. 1931
Wedding invitation for Gus Pitard and Helen McLellan, m. 1931
 
 
523
Welsh pillar at All Hallows
Welsh pillar at All Hallows
 
 
524
Welsh Pillar at All Hallows
Welsh Pillar at All Hallows
 
 
525
Welsh pillar at All Hallows
Welsh pillar at All Hallows
Thomas and Elizabeth Sellman Welsh. William Sprigg Hall, on the left side of this image, is as yet unidentified. 
 
526
West River Quaker Burying Ground
West River Quaker Burying Ground
This is at the entrance to the burial ground. No meeting house remains. 
 
527
William & Ann Hutchinson
William & Ann Hutchinson
 
 
528
William B. Moore (d. 1919)
William B. Moore (d. 1919)
 
 
529
William Burgess (1622-1687)
William Burgess (1622-1687)
This is a plaque at the gate of the church. 
 
530
William Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1905)
William Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1905)
I assume this is in the city cemetery in Hallettsville, TX. 
 
531
William Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1905)
William Carl von Rosenberg (d. 1905)
This is the inscription on the monument. 
 
532
William Currens (d. July 1842)
William Currens (d. July 1842)
He died at about 2 and a half years old. 
 
533
William F. Pollock (d. 1911) and Sue D. Coburn (d. 1907)
William F. Pollock (d. 1911) and Sue D. Coburn (d. 1907)
 
 
534
William Henry and Eleanor Sellman Hall
William Henry and Eleanor Sellman Hall
 
 
535
William Henry Hall (d. 1844)
William Henry Hall (d. 1844)
 
 
536
William Henry Hall (d. 1927)
William Henry Hall (d. 1927)
 
 
537
William Henry Hall Jr. (d. 1878)
William Henry Hall Jr. (d. 1878)
 
 
538
William Henry Murray (d. 1945)
William Henry Murray (d. 1945)
 
 
539
William Hutchinson (d. 1772)
William Hutchinson (d. 1772)
courtesy Richard Hutchinson 
 
540
William Hutchinson and Ann Simpson
William Hutchinson and Ann Simpson
Courtesy Richard Hutchinson 
 
541
William Jennings Bryan (d. 1915)
William Jennings Bryan (d. 1915)
 
 
542
William L. Savage (d. 1852)
William L. Savage (d. 1852)
 
 
543
William McLellan & Eliza Clough
William McLellan & Eliza Clough
 
 
544
William McLellan & Eliza Clough monument
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. 
 
545
William McLellan and his brig the 'Boxer'
William McLellan and his brig the "Boxer"
An article on William McLellan's War of 1812 exploits in the brig "Boxer."  
 
546
William R. Crihfield (d. 1933)
William R. Crihfield (d. 1933)
 
 
547
William Shepherd (d. 1969)
William Shepherd (d. 1969)
 
 
548
William Webb (d. 1753)
William Webb (d. 1753)
I assume that this is his stone, but of course it is very worn.  
 
549
Williams pillar at All Hallows
Williams pillar at All Hallows
 
 
550
Williams pillar at All Hallows
Williams pillar at All Hallows
 
 
551
Williams pillar at All Hallows
Williams pillar at All Hallows
 
 
552
Williams pillar at All Hallows
Williams pillar at All Hallows
 
 
553
Worthington Monument
Worthington Monument
I don't know how the other grave in front of the monument (Ella King), might be connected to the Worthingtons. 
 
554
WWI Draft registration for Edward A. Gamard
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. 
 
555
WWI draft registration for Henry St. John Pitard
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.