Ruth's Genealogy

“And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.”

I have been a very disturbing situation at Arlington National Cemetery. It seems that the remains of possibly hundreds of America’s heroes have been “misplaced” at this most famous and sacred of United States military cemeteries. From Thursday’s Fort Worth Star-Telegram: An Army investigation has found that potentially hundreds of remains at Arlington National Cemetery …

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The Graham-Mason Cemetery photos and information are now available on the Cemeteries page. That was the smaller of the two cemeteries in Hill County, Texas that I have inventoried, with only 22 identified graves. Jennie Maragert Melton, the wife of my great-granduncle Francis Lee Turner, and probably her infant son Claude are buried here.

Well, the remodeling of this blog is complete (for now!), so last night I jumped back into the purpose of this blog: genealogical research! I’m still trying to finish up with the Bennett clan. I am down to the final three children of James Bennett and Margarite Alberta Hamilton. Mary Lavina (Mamie) Bennett, as my …

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