To the memory of Michael Kneafsey
Born in Galway, Ireland
Died at(?) Carlisle Barracks
Oct. 3 (?), 1862
Aged 26 years
Posts Tagged ‘carlisle’
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged arch, archway, carlisle, cleveland, erie street cemetery, grave art, ohio, old carlisle cemetery, old carlisle graveyard, pennsylvania, sculpture, strongsville, strongsville cemetery, symbolism on September 8, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Archways represent the passage from mortal life to eternal life.
Posted in Dead Men Do Tell Tales, tagged carlisle, cause of death, old carlisle cemetry, old carlisle graveyard, pennsylvania, soldier, tombstone tales, veteran, wordless wednesday on April 4, 2012| Leave a Comment »
In the Old Carlisle Graveyard lies Ademna Hamilton, who died when she was 14 months all. I couldn’t find a meaning or even any other women with the same name.
In Markillie and St. Mary Cemeteries, you can find the grave of Elzina. Elzina may be a variant of the Arabic name Alzena or of the name Elizabeth, and seems to be most common in the United States for women born in the 19th century.
Permelia is another 19th century name that is no longer seen much anymore.
Posted in Dead Men Do Tell Tales, tagged carlisle, occupation, old carlisle cemetery, old carlisle graveyard, pennsylvania, soldier, tombstone tales, wordless wednesday on February 29, 2012| Leave a Comment »