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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Taphophile Tragics - Ewell Brugh


Methodist Graveyard AKA Slicer – Godwin – Godwin Slicer Cemetery Fincastle
Ewell J. Brugh – Died March 25, 1898 – aged 35 years

Trying to find some information of Ewell Brugh, I noticed this post which mentions his wife.

Linking with Taphophile Tragics

17 comments:

  1. I'm the first one to comment. How exciting :). And, a good comment it is going to be...love that image with that classic church in the background!

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  2. I the silhouetted cross and especially the mountains and church in the valley. What a beautiful final resting place.

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  3. It looks like a lovely day with bright blue skies. The surroundings are beautiful as well.

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  4. Beautiful image, I find graveyard scenes very moving. (And amazing how short life was back then...not even that long ago, really!)

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  5. Terrific silhouette with magical background, Tanya!

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  6. We forget that not so long ago, people generally didn't live to old age. Love how you can see the church in the distance!

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  7. I really like this photo. I remember your earlier post about the house and the painted wrought iron.

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  8. Oh I love this shot, it is sad to see the young ages on the headstones. It was a hard life back then. B

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  9. This is fabulous! I love that you are taking the time to research the person.

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  10. This is a nice shot --- what a sky! Looks like a great day for a photo stroll. :) Thanks for sharing this on Taphophile Tragics!

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