Monthly Archives: June 2009

Sand Between Our Toes

Our family loved going to the the beach. I’ll say that again: Our family loved going to the beach.” Of course! What’s more fun than “treasure hunting” for baby crabs under the rocks, wading in the tide pools and jumping … Continue reading

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Graveyards

Good Evening, I’m just in the process of closing down my “Graveyard Rabbit” blog and have moved all the files here to “Echo Hill Ancestors.”  This will allow me to be more focused on my family history and developing this … Continue reading

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Barkerville, British Columbia, Canada

The other night I was browsing through some of our old photo albums and what should fall out but some old pictures of a graveyard in British Columbia Canada! Mr. Ed and I took the pictures about 25 years ago … Continue reading

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The Gravestones of St. Alfege

In the Village of Greenwich, England, UK, located just south of London across the Thames you’ll find the Parish Church of Greenwich, known as St. Alfege with St. Peter. A little history: Alfege was the Archbishop of Canterbury when in … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Castle’s Dog Cemetery

Several years ago when Mr. Ed and I were traveling about in the British Isles we visited Edinburgh Castle, a truly amazing place. And being true to the nature of a “Graveyard Rabbit” we found the Dog Cemetery especially fascinating. … Continue reading

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Stone Coffins and a Tomb

Although the Association of Graveyard Rabbits didn’t exist ten years ago, Mr. Ed and I, like many of you, were visiting graveyards whenever we had the chance. Lo and behold as I was wandering through an old photo album/scrapbook about … Continue reading

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Graveyard Boo-Boos

As a genealogist and keeper of the family history I’m always excited to discover the graves of ancestors, especially if I’m attempting to ascertain their death date. Cemetery stones so often give that information, plus other family members might be … Continue reading

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