Category Archives: Tombstone Tuesday

Tombstone Tuesday ~ LaHay

Francois E. LaHay was born to Marie Aubuchon and Toussaint LaHay about 1829 in St. Genevieve, Missouri.  By 1855 Toussaint and his children moved to Douglas County, Kansas, to do their part in seeing that Kansas became a Pro Slavery … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ Thomas Stuart McGee

Thomas Stuart is the youngest son born to Olivia Gillespie Corel and John Jacob McGee.   He was born July 21, 1881 in Wakarusa Township, Douglas County, Kansas.  Thomas was only 7 when his father, John Jacob, died. In 1900 Thomas … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ William J Puckett

Today’s Tombstone Tuesday is from ‘Corel Cousin’ Cathie Dixon Constable and is of William J Puckett, first husband of Louisa Corel.  William was born December 21, 1820 in Virginia.  It is believed that his parents were Rhoda Francis Newby and … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ William Conrad Hahn

As I try to keep themes going, as much as I can, this Tombstone Tuesday post is a follow-up to my post last week in Smile for the Camera ~ A Noble Life. William Conrad Hahn was born March 19, … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday ~ McGee Family

Since I have been researching my McGee/McGhee line this week, I thought I would continue with the McGee’s today on Tombstone Tuesday.  Those of you who have been to the old section of the Oak Hill Cemetery in Lawrence, Douglas … Continue reading

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