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Tombstone Tuesday - Christmastime at the Cemetery

We went to the cemetery on Sunday and put a blanket on Dad's grave.

Earl Hines 1926-1996

I noticed dad's headstone is sinking, I have to see about fixing it in the spring, unless the frost shifts it back to it's proper place.

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Tombstone Tuesday - Memorial Marker Mistakes

This is a perfect example of misinformation on gravestones. It is a Memorial to Fleming Wesley Hines, born 1897 - died 1916. At least they got the country that he died in right.

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Tombstone Tuesday - Ker-Bender, Drummond Hill Cem., Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls, ON

Rev Peter Ker

on reverse, John Bender

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Tombstone Tuesday - Early Upper Canada Gravestone

Here is an early gravestone at Drummond Hill Cenmetery on Lundy's Lane in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The date on it is 1784. The name is illegible.

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Tombstone Tuesday - Col. John Butler Family Burying Gounds

Tombstone Tuesday - Tecumseh

Tecumseh died in the Battle of the Thames in the war of 1812. This memorial is on Longwoods Road outside of Moraviantown, Ontario, Canada.

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Tombstone Tuesday - The Family Plot

The Hines Family - Woodslee United Church/Jarriett Cemetery
Woodslee, Ontario, Canada

My dad, Earl Douglas Hines 1926-1996

My grandparents, Wm. Edgar Hines and Josephine Desbiens and my aunt Evelyn.

My great-grandparents, John Hines and Harriet Doan and my grand-uncle, Wm. John (John) Hines.

Memorial to my grand-uncle, Fleming W. Hines.

My grand-aunt, Harriet Melinda Hines 1899-1906

My grand-uncle Edward Hines and grand-aunt Emma Ebbinghaus

My grand-aunt, Catherine Hines and grand-uncle. Wm. Jariett


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