|Shane Usary (#832)|
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I adopted photography as a hobby at age 13 and have been pursuing it ever since. I have travelled in forty-five or so nations and keep adding to the list. On my travels, I usually make it a practice to visit famous cemeteries and photograph them if time allows. Pere Lachaise (Paris), Recoleta (Buenos Aires), and Highgate (London) are particular favorites. I am an academic by earlier training, a lawyer by profession, and an occasional writer by avocation. Education: Ph.D., Tulane University (Political Science; Graduate School Fellow); J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law; member, Tennessee Law Review. Interests: photography, philosophy (esp. Plato, Hegel, Marx, Cicero, and M. Aurelius), cinema, politics, ancient history, amateur archaeology, travel, music (Bach fugues, pipe organ generally, Mahler, Mendelssohn, Prokofiev, jazz, swing, New Orleans R&B/funk, Cajun, grand opera, Woody Guthrie, and Gilbert & Sullivan--I am among the most dedicated of Savoyards), literature, reading and, from time to time, scribbling. Favorite cities: Paris (the city of my eternal dream), endlessly charming Vienna, Venice, New Orleans, Istanbul, Rome, Prague, Buenos Aires, Marrakech, Fez, Toronto, San Francisco. Favorite nations for travel: Italy, Turkey, France.|
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|Loyal Limb||RE: Other Carter County Cemeteries|
I deleted my duplicate memorial for your aunt and add the picture I took of her grave marker to yours. The Miller Cemetery on Heaton Creek is once again in need of some TLC. I should have taken more pictures there but right now I'm just Trying to get good map locations and cemetery pictures to help identify them. I discovered that if a cemetery doesn't have a sign it's name depends on who you ask. Even some with signs are called something different by some. The location won't change so I figure a good location is the first step to sorting out mix ups. I appreciate the kind words. I'm trying to do what I can to preserve the memory of folks like your aunt. Living to be over 100 years old is most impressive.
I'm sorry, I just noticed that they were being managed by Find A Grave.
Added by Roseஜ on Jan 20, 2012 12:19 PM
|Roseஜ||Brazilla Carroll Reece Memorial# 7020449|
Could you please link Carroll's Parents and wife to his memorial. Mother: Sarah Emmaline Maples Reece Memorial# 77268773 Father: Memorial# 77268705 Spouse: Louise Goff Reece Memorial# 7476269
Added by Roseஜ on Jan 20, 2012 11:56 AM
Famer is but a slow decay; Even this will pass away. And Death is merely a rest stop on the Road to Oblivion. Forever is a very long time.
|John J. McKeon, Jr.||RE: Tribute|
It was my honor to do so. Have a great and safe holiday season.
|Debbie Queen Lewis||Greetings|
Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Have a safe and Happy Halloween!
Added by Rick on Oct 30, 2008 6:07 AM
Thank you for your kind words. Ataturk was a soldier's solder, and not many soldiers make the transition from Warrior to Statesman. I could never have made that transition. What a remarkable man he must have been. It would have been a wonderful thing to have met him, saluted him or shook his hand. Others that I would have treasured such an experience with would have been Rommel, Washington, Pershing, Robert E. Lee, Osceola, Omar Bradley......Ataturk would have been in mighty company.
Added by Rick on May 22, 2008 4:29 PM
|GŁner N. AkgŁn||Merry Christmas|
I wish you and your family Merry Christmas and a wonderful new year.