Wednesday, May 25, 2011

family

doesn't this make you wonder who was Frances McCourt and how was she related to the Greggs?
see what other signs may leave you with more questions ... or sighs ... or laughs


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17 comments:

RedPat said...

Maybe it was the younger sister of the wife? Good puzzle.

Postcardy said...

Wife's sister makes sense.

Luna Miranda said...

maybe Frances McCourt's mother was a Gregg.:p interesting!

VioletSky said...

it is also interesting that she is last on the list of names, yet was the first one to pass away.

Carola said...

Signs often makes you wonder, leave some questions.

Scrappy Grams said...

Hmm that's a lot of names on one gravestone.

JM said...

Now that's a good question! :-)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Thank you Lesley!! I love this meme.

Wren said...

Interesting that the names aren't in chronological order of birth or death.

Greyscale Territory said...

Love a sign with a few mysteries attached.
This one certainly seems to have a few secrets! Very interesting!

My sign has questions attached too!

Joy said...

Maybe she was just hitching a ride. Its a sturdy grave marker.

Sreisaat said...

I used to get really scared visiting cemeteries. The sight of tombstones make me freeze in my tracks, and I try not to look at the names or what's written on it.

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J Bar said...

This is very interesting.

Clytie said...

I think mother's sister is probably the answer ...

I was more caught by the fact that Fredrick never made it past his 1st birthday, and Thelene was only 11. Life expectancy was much lower in the 1800's ...

toby said...

So interesting! That's really a great find!

Tina said...

This is a nice idea to link. I found something very old :) LG Tina

Pat said...

I love wandering in cemeteries, so I think this is a good find. This is an interesting question!