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From: "Kelly Holderbaum" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Surname on tombstone for woman with multiple marriages
Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2008 14:43:05 -0400
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HI!
I read Western Star Cemetery in Norton Oh and found a tall stone with an
Edward Spicer buried with all three of his wives, all of whom he out lived.
They are listed in chronological order on his stone listed with their first
names only and wife of E. Spicer on the stone.
Kelly Holderbaum
Norton, Oh


On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 10:47 PM, Elizabeth Shown Mills <>
wrote:

> >I have been married four times. So in a perfect world I will be buried in
> the center of a lot with all four of my marriage partners buried around
> me.
> Since four can box me in, a fifth marriage is probably out of the question
> since it will destroy the symmetry of the the marker placement. <snip> .
> Have to provide material to force those Genealogical Proof Standard
> exercises.
>
>
>
> Ah, but Craig. Four won't box you in. Think of it in terms of sections on
> a
> township and range plat. If we draw a box around the section of interest
> (to
> identify neighbors and potential kin, of course), there would not be just
> four adjacent sections. To close in the box, we have to include the
> section
> that is contiguous at each corner.
>
> So you don't have to stop now. You've got four more to go, before you'll
> actually be boxed in. :)
>
> Elizabeth
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