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Mary Elmirah: Gone Before (Today's Epitaph)
Mary Elmirah rests at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson and wife of J. H. Wilkes. Mary died before her nineteenth birthday in the year 1907. The back of her tombstone offers this recita...
Mary Elmirah rests at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson and wife of J. H. Wilkes. Mary died before her nineteenth birthday in the year 1907. The back of he...
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It's All About the Tree, Part 2 (Wordless Wednesday)

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Martha Thombley in the Peaceful Grave's Embrace (Tombstone Tuesday)
Martha T. Thombley Born Feb 2, 1832 Died Nov 24, 1900 Dearest loved one we must lay thee, In the peaceful grave's embrace. But thy memory will be cherished, Till we see thy heavenly face. Pine Ridge Cemetery Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia
Martha T. Thombley Born Feb 2, 1832 Died Nov 24, 1900 Dearest loved one we must lay thee, In the peaceful grave's embrace. But thy memory will be cherished, Till we see thy heavenly face. Pine Ridge Cemetery Pinehurst, Dooly ...
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Mary Cone: Memories Chasen Grief (Today's Epitaph)
Mary and her husband Thomas F. Cone (1860-1935) are buried at Pine Ridge Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. It's Mary's epitaph that caught my eye, as well as my heart. Mary E. Wife of T. F. Cone Mar 30, 1859 Dec 10, 1918 May God use the memory ...
Mary and her husband Thomas F. Cone (1860-1935) are buried at Pine Ridge Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. It's Mary's epitaph that caught my eye, as well as my heart. Mary E. Wife of T. F. Cone Mar 30, 1859 Dec 1...
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Lowell Oakes Knew His History
Especially his family history. I love, love, love to find stones like these. Lowell put seven generations of his paternal ancestry on the back of his granite tombstone. Even though a good genealogist would not take this information as the gospel, it is a g...
Especially his family history. I love, love, love to find stones like these. Lowell put seven generations of his paternal ancestry on the back of his granite tombstone. Even though a good genealogist would not take this infor...
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Death of Joseph Lee Peavy (This Time It's Personal)
A personal genealogy query. I have been logging information found on the Peavy s buried at Pinehurst Cemetery in Dooly County, Georgia. One is Joseph Lee Peavy (1881-1932). He was a son of Jesse Calloway Peavy, and the husband of Mamie R. I think Joe spe...
A personal genealogy query. I have been logging information found on the Peavy</b>s buried at Pinehurst Cemetery in Dooly County, Georgia. One is Joseph Lee Peavy (1881-1932). He was a son of Jesse Calloway Peavy, and the hus...
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Life Divides, Death Joins Together
I, probably like most amateur historians, gravitate toward the "old" tombstones when traipsing through cemeteries. I paused at Lucius Van "Rip" Peavy's newer granite ledger marker, though, because I'm related to many (most?) Peavys of middle and south Geor...
I, probably like most amateur historians, gravitate toward the "old" tombstones when traipsing through cemeteries. I paused at Lucius Van "Rip" Peavy's newer granite ledger marker, though, because I'm related to many (most?) ...
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Mary Elmirah: Gone Before (Today's Epitaph)
Mary Elmirah rests at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson and wife of J. H. Wilkes. Mary died before her nineteenth birthday in the year 1907. The back of her tombstone offers this recita...
Mary Elmirah rests at Mt. Olive Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wilson and wife of J. H. Wilkes. Mary died before her nineteenth birthday in the year 1907. The back of he...
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Buford Calhoun, from Mother's Arms (Wednesday's Child)
Buford P. Calhoun Born Mar 17, 1914 Died May 7, 1915 From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus. Pine Ridge Cemetery Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia
Buford P. Calhoun Born Mar 17, 1914 Died May 7, 1915 From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus. Pine Ridge Cemetery Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia
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Lillis Roundtree Doles Assassinated! Lynching Ensued.
Once in a while I come across a tombstone that sends a little shiver down my spine. That ever happen to you? While visiting the Pine Ridge Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia (founded 1883), I came across a badly broken stone that seemed to tell o...
Once in a while I come across a tombstone that sends a little shiver down my spine. That ever happen to you? While visiting the Pine Ridge Cemetery in Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia (founded 1883), I came across a badly bro...
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Cemetery AKAs
As in, also known as . Most seasoned researchers, cemetery or genealogy, know that cemeteries sometimes are known by more than one name. I want to post about one that is a bit confusing in the hope someone out there can enlighten me. This cemetery is in a ...
As in, also known as. Most seasoned researchers, cemetery or genealogy, know that cemeteries sometimes are known by more than one name. I want to post about one that is a bit confusing in the hope someone out there can enligh...
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Georgia Pines, Georgia Pines
How I missed that home of mine
Up here in the city
Just a wasting my time
There ain't nothing green
But the rich man's money
The buildings are so tall
The sun can't shine
Oh, how I wanna go home
To my Georgia Pines
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M. E. Williams (Tombstone Tuesday)
M. E. Williams Aug 2, 1861 Dec 29, 1914 At Rest Pinehurst City Cemetery Dooly County, Georgia I always find the rough-hewn look visually appealing.
M. E. Williams Aug 2, 1861 Dec 29, 1914 At Rest Pinehurst City Cemetery Dooly County, Georgia I always find the rough-hewn look visually appealing.
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Amateur historian, avid reader, genealogist, lover of cemeteries, scrapbooker, and stitcher.  Budding photographer, baker, gardener, and DIYer.

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