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"Remember friends as you pass by
As you are now, so once was I
As I am now, so you must be
Prepare for death and follow me."
And a variation found on Elisha Doane's (1699-1759) grave:
"Pray think of Me as You pass by
As You are now so once was I
But now I lye Disolv'd to Dust
In Hopes to Rise among the Just"
Revolutionary War: Andrew Ice
War Crimes: John Dickens Ice
James Reynolds Ice
Pediatricians: Dr. Gene Barrett and Dr. George Harkins
Please won't you visit this much loved mother? Arabella Knight
And this much loved daughter who was killed by a drunk driver? Kelly Rose Friend
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My cat, who was also my friend: Jasper
My heart is broken.
My pretty pony: Pete
I am shattered.
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A case of mistaken identity: Frank Howell and Norma Hoskins Lehew Howell
Charles Kurtsinger, War Admiral's jockey
Malinda Postlethwait Dunham: A heartbreaking story.
Israel Eldridge Sayre: Finally Found.
Richard M. Sayre
Henrietta Calhoun: Buried in an unmarked grave.
Euphrasia S. Noles: A very sad story.
Caroline Miller Hoch Huff: A victim of a serial killer.
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|BeverlyLindsley||RE: Hello my cousin!|
Thanks for your reply. I would be so interested to see the record you have.
All I have is circumstantial evidence, really. My gg grandmother's death certificate states that her parents were Rhoda Ice and Algerine Martin. Both the Ice (John Dickens Ice) and Martin (Joseph) families lived in Marion County, W VA during their lives. Rhoda Ice is in the 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, and 1900 US censes all living with many of the same family members (sisters usually from 1870 on.) Her death record states she died single. So, I'm guessing this is the Rhoda Ice my gg grandmother claimed as her mother.
My gg grandmother was raised by the parents of Algerine and Peregrine Martin (twins) -- Joseph and Mary Martin of Marion County, W VA -- and is living with Joseph in the 1870 US census.
I also found a Civil War record showing Algerine (who fought with the 6th Regiment Infantry, Co B) in Fairmont, Marion, W VA during April of 1863, which is the month my gg grandmother would have been conceived. That particular regiment lost 177 men total (from wounds and disease.) I believe Algerine was among the dead as I can find no record of him after.
This is all circumstantial evidence pointing to this Rhoda Ice and Algerine Martin as my gg grandmother's parents, but it is quite compelling.
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