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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Meet A Rabbit #50

Can you believe we have reached 50 Graveyard Rabbits? This is an awesome feat! Who is our fiftieth rabbit? Let me lead you to Ruth Coker! Her blog is "Ruth's Graveyard Rabbit Blog." Please click on this link to read more about Ruth and how old she was when she became involved with cemeteries. Enjoy!

Meet a Rabbit #49

Well, it is time to meet Grace! Grace is the 49th Graveyard Rabbit to be introduced to you. She authors "The Wandering Graveyard Rabbit." Reading this introduction over at the Graveyard Rabbit site will explain perfectly why the title of her blog is such! Enjoy!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Meet A Rabbit #48

Graveyard Rabbit #48 has been introduced here. Her name is Grace and she is the author of "The Wandering Graveyard Rabbit." She loves to travel and ran across a Graveyard Rabbit post one night. The rest is history. Find out more about Grace, enjoy!

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Meet A Rabbit #47

Graveyard Rabbit #47 is ready for introduction. Rabbit #47 is Tess Conrad who authors "The New Orleans Graveyard Rabbit." Tess's story starts in New York and her interest in graveyards didn't stem from genealogy as many other rabbits interests do. Find out what brought her to blogging for Graveyard Rabbits here. Enjoy!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Meet A Rabbit #46

It has been awhile since I have introduced a new Graveyard Rabbit to you, so without further ado, please allow me to introduce to you Graveyard Rabbit #46 Teresa Elliott. She is the author of Rutherford County, Tennessee Cemeteries. Find out a bit of Teresa's history, how she became interested in graveyards and even learn a tip or two regarding photography. You can read about her here. Please enjoy!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Sentimental Sunday ~ (Walters) Palmer

Mary Elizabeth (Walters) Palmer was born February 20, 1945 in Merced, California. She lived a very short life as she died when she was only 42 years old. She was my husband's first wife and I worked with her for about a year, so I knew her as well.

Liz, as she was known, lived in Arkansas at the time of her death. She was about to move back to California when she was murdered. She was brought back to Livermore, California to be buried. Services were held on June 2, 1987.

Naturally, because she was a part of my husband's life and my life also, we both have history, emotions and sentiments regarding her life and her death. Unbelievably, it has almost been twenty three years since her services. My family still suffers when reminiscing about her. She however, suffers no more.