Monthly Archives: March 2015

Then Suddenly She Called Out, “Here It Is!”

Finding Skolfield-Doyle Cemetery My last post, Anna’s Boys, told the story of half-brothers John Doyle (1814-1839) and Hiram Skolfield (1822-1951), members of the seafaring and shipbuilding Skolfield family. The two men died a century and half before I came upon … Continue reading

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Anna’s Boys

In the woods at the edge of a gully just off Middle Bay Road, two grave markers rest on the ground. The slate headstone and its matching footer have weathered 150 years of rain, snow, and falling trees, making the … Continue reading

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