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Cemeteries - A Road To Our Own


I just returned from a business trip in North Carolina. One can not come to any historical place as this, and not visit its oldest cemetery. I had personally fallen in love with history and cemetery stomping by way of my adoption journey. While my husband and I were in New Jersey, for the wedding of my birth nephew, we took some time to explore and discover my family roots. We wanted to know those who I did not get to know in life. Tracing their life journey, and finally to be standing in front of their final resting places, was something one can not describe incredible and just incredible! These people, in this cemetery in New Jersey, are part of me. It was just an overly emotional moment. My 4th great grandparents, James and Edeth Thompson, lie below: