Thursday, October 28, 2010

Rest In Peace John and Alexander Noble Of Duluth Minnesota



Today's graveyard rabbit posting is of brothers John and Alexander Noble

Rest In Peace

John Noble
born 1859
died 1940

Alexander Noble
born 1861
died 1954

Born in ?shire, Scotland





this beautiful gravestone is situated in Duluth Minnesota at Forest Hill Cemetery

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wordless Wednesday James Hagberg Buried In Duluth


Wordless Wednesday ( Almost ) posting is about

James Hagberg

Minnesota

Pvt 125 Field Party

Sept 24 1941
James is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery in Duluth Minnesota.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tombstone Tuesday Duluth Minnesota Duncan and Sarah McNee at Forest Hill Cemetery


Last Saturday was a beautiful day here in northern Minnesota. Sun was shining, sky blue and in the upper 50's. As we were out hunting garage sales we passed the Forest Hill cemetery where my family is buried. After the garage sales made a stop there for about 20 minutes to take some pictures.

It is such a beautiful cemetery with pond, ducks, geese and well maintained.

Will be posting some of the pictures from there over the next days and will post on http://www.findagrave.com/ if needed there.


Today for Tombstone Tuesday I am sharing the beautiful gravestone of

Duncan McNee
1869 - 1935
Sarah McNee
1881 - 1976?
Stone is dirty and could use a proper careful cleaning from someone who knows how to do it.
Went to http://www.ancestry.com/ and found

1905 census had them living at 218 4th East no one else listed living with them.

1910 United States Federal Census about Duncan Mcnee
Name:
Duncan Mcnee
Age in 1910:
41
Estimated birth year:
1869
Birthplace:
Canada English[Canada]
Relation to Head of House:
Head
Father's Birth Place:
Scotland
Mother's Birth Place:
Scotland
Spouse's name:
Sadie Mcnee
Home in 1910:
Duluth Ward 4, St Louis, Minnesota
Marital Status:
Married
Race:
White
Gender:
Male
Year of immigration:
1890[1892]
Neighbors:
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Household Members:
Name
Age
Duncan Mcnee
41
Sadie Mcnee
28
Jean Mclean
23
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Living with them is a sister in law Jean McLean

I found them in the 1920 census still living in Duluth, sister in law is no longer with them.

and found out the death date for Duncan
Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 about Duncan MacNee
Name:
Duncan MacNee
Death Date:
16 Dec 1934
Death County:
Saint Louis
State File Number:
027850
Certificate Number:
027850
Certificate Year:
1934
Record Number:
686564

and for Sarah. Her death certificate says she died Feb 07 1976.

My search found no children listed, so do not know if they ever had children. So there they are in this beautiful cemetery and may not get any visitors other than me last Saturday. How sad will have to visit them another time while taking pictures in the area.


Thanks for stopping by.. Grace

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Wordless Wednesday The Beauty In Worn Stone


Sitting in a little cemetery in Minnetonka Minnesota is this beautiful old tombstone. So worn is hard to read
Thanks for stopping by.. hope that you will take a moment to look around.. Grace

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Friday, October 8, 2010

Baby Wipple Groveland Cemetery Minnetonka Minnesota





Pictured today is Baby Wipple who is buried in the Groveland Cemetery in Minnetonka, Minnesota. There are no dates on this little gravestone.

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Lesson from a 62 year old lady.. Listen to body and go to Doctor

Lesson from a 62 year old lady.. Listen to body and go to DoctorMy voice has been quite the last couple of weeks. Reason is I was very sick. Started on the 13th my 62nd birthday ( happy birthday to me ) . Started to have pain in my groin area. I am a stubborn lady and thought I had pulled a muscle. I am not very active so not sure how I could of done this. I laid in bed taking Tylenol for 1 week with ice packs.Finally got some sense and got out of bed. Went to urgent care, emergency room next and into the hospital. Next day I was in surgery and found I had an infection. Just the luck of the universe I guess. I spent 11 days in the hospital on pain pills and antibiotics. I am now home with a wound vac and will be like this for 2 to 3 weeks with going to out patient for wound changes three times a week.I am sharing this adventure to hopefully be a lesson to others. I hope that you are not as stubborn as I am and if not feeling well do not wait a week thinking all will be better. I was very ill with infection going down my leg. I am glad I went in when I did and had the brilliant young doctor's I had.So dear friends in blog land and face book. Listen to your body and go to doctor if not feeling perfect.And thank you to my family for visiting and for the little voices of my grandchildren who could not visit telling me " I love you grandma, get well" Nothing better than hearing those words.I am glad to be home. Grace