12 Burst results for "Parish Cemetery"

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:12 min | 3 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Could save you fifteen percents or more earlier in the show. The first defenestration of prague took place about one hundred years before the start of the protestant reformation. The second one took place about one hundred years after on may twenty third sixteen eighteen. But we have to back up a little bit to make sense of it. The protestant reformation caused huge social and political upheaval in bohemia just like it did elsewhere in europe. At the time bohemia was ruled by a collection of a states that formed the bohemian diet. The three states were the lords the nights and the burgers and in fifteen seventy five the king and holy roman emperor. Maximilian the second of the house of habsburg had promised the estates that he would tolerate at least some religious diversity. Maximilian promised didn't really account. For all of the religious diversity. In bohemia though he had promised to tolerate denominations that accepted the bahamian confession of fifteen. Seventy five this was more formerly the confession of holy christian faith of all three estates and it was an attempt to create a confession of faith that most people in bohemia could agree to the bahamian confession was patterned after the fifteen thirty confession of oxburg. Which is the primary confession of faith in the lutheran church and its goal was to try to satisfy everyone or at least as many people as possible with one. Document that bohemia could then formally recognize as the official acceptable statement of faith. It was intended to create a framework for a peaceful coexistence among the religions the three major churches in bohemia at the time where the roman catholic church the requests and the fraught trim or of brethren both the quiz and the unicef retro had hustle and today that unit is fred. Trim is the moravian church. There were also lutherans and other protestants in bohemia but they existed in much smaller numbers. The bohemian confession included things that each of these religions wanted it also avoided material that would be considered unacceptable for one or more of them so for example it mentioned all of the observances that the various churches found to be sacraments. But because the lutherans considered baptism and communion to be the only sacraments. Those were the only two that were specifically mentioned as sacraments while maximilian the second expressed his support for the bohemian confession. He didn't formally implement it before. Dying in fifteen seventy five. It was his son and successor. Rudolph the second who finally made it official. Rudolph signed a document. Known as the letter of majesty on july ninth. Sixty-nine the letter of majesty granted all religions that accepted the bohemian confession. Freedom to worship. The letter of majesty didn't come from a benevolent desire for religious freedom though and rudolf wasn't even consistent about holding it after he signed it in sixteen o eight. His brother archduke matthias had invaded. Part of bohemia after trying to force rudolf to abdicate the so called feud between the habsburg brothers gave the protestant some leverage over rudolph. They agreed to be loyal to him in exchange for their religious freedom so once this letter was signed bohemia was still officially roman catholic but other religions longest they followed that confession had the right to worship freely on the same day. That rudolph signed the letter of majesty catholics and the protestants in bohemia also signed an agreement that laid out the details of this freedom and how they would interact with each other. For example if a member of one of the higher estates wanted to install an ultra quist priest on his land he could and if an ultra quist lived in a catholic parish was attending church and tithing he could be buried in the parish cemetery without having to seek any kind of special permission. But other is catholics and ultra quiz..

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:20 min | 3 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat. If you want to get pregnant you touch his right fund if you want twins you touch his left women who do actually get pregnant after doing this. We'll come back and take pictures at the tomb with their kids.

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Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Victor Noir's Mysterious Erection

"Year more than three million people visit the parish cemetery in paris it's home to hundreds of thousands of tombs. And you can buy a map directing you to all the graves of the cemetery. Most famous residents folks like the singer. Jim morrison and writers like oscar wilde and produced but among that list of celebrities and historical figures is a name that pretty much. No one will recognize but whose tomb attracts a lot of visitors. And i'm very certain kind of visitor with a very certain kind of neat. it's the tomb of victor noir. Victor nor was a journalist in paris in the eighteen hundreds and he didn't publish anything especially remarkable during a short lifetime and he probably would have been forgotten a history if it weren't for the fact that he was shot and killed by prince pierre. Bonaparte the nephew of napoleon that act triggered a wave of protests and led to the commissioning of a statue by the acclaimed. Sculptor jules delauro. But even that isn't really why people are visiting his grave today. The visit for more personal reasons and they aren't there for victor exactly. The statue that covers. Victor noirs grave depicts him laying down as if he had just been shot and that alone is kind of just. But then you notice a couple of other things. I the crotch of this statue has a bulge to it in second. The bulge is very very shiny. Though the statue was largely darkin discolored that particular part has been polished by the hands of countless win over the decades women who are drawn to the statue of victor nawar because rubbing it supposedly confers. Good luck in love and fertility. The full ritual involves kissing his lips rubbing the bulge and dropping a flower in his hat.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

05:10 min | 4 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"In the roster's coming 1916 to 1939 so Free World War two but right after the beginning of World War one, so that's great nets, all from the National Archives in ST Louis. There's also over 100,000 Louisiana Orleans Parish Cemetery records from 18 05 to 1944, plus vital records from Alaska, Illinois in Washington state. This is great, because this means more of these incredible volunteers have been indexing. So many of these and the others that haven't been in Dexter at least available for us to browse through as if we're sitting in a Library, except you get to do it at home in your pajamas. Well, you know, that's not the only acquisition that's happened for a great reference for people to look at ancestry dot coms recently acquired clever digit media, which owns Forces War records. Now, if you're not familiar with that Forces. War records, based in the UK has over 26 million military records from the UK and other Commonwealth countries and mostly deals with World War One World War two but has some great records and contextual material that are excellent for family historians, including ways to find out where they were medals that they may have earned. And also, it's a great thing. So hooray for ancestry for acquiring one more thing and their digital library. You know everything I love about. Bringing their ancestors and of course we have the General Society. Mayflower descendants in the 400 commemoration was last year, a new hereditary society that many around listeners may have never heard of the society of the first African families of English America. This is a group craft frickin Americans who can trace her ancestors back to at least somebody prior to march. 5th 17 70 Does that date ring a bell to you and all? Yeah, that we're talking about The Boston massacre, right? Correct. And that is the date Christmas addicts, fellas. The Boston massacre, which is they're starting off point. And, of course, going back to in the first enslaved individuals came to these shores and 16 19. So an exciting new hereditary society and they could be reached at S O s a You know, I love when people rescue records and we'll Columbus Stuart, who's 63 year old Benedictine monk out of Minnesota. He went all the way into Paul. He rescued these records from these monsters with her possibly gonna fall in. Yeah, he had been out there where the earthquake had the shake in this place and killed many people thousands of people just a few years ago. And he goes all over the world looking to rescue documents relating the history and family history. What an amazing man hats off to him, And I hope that he's able to rescue and also preserve this history for future generations. Speaking of people who have a lot of ambition, we have just lost Robert March on. They might not sound familiar to a lot of people. He was a Parisian. Who was a record breaking centralist. He died in 109 just recently for 90 years, he rode a bicycle. In fact, he won the world record for those in the 100 to 105 age group. And those over 105 can imagine there were many people keeping up with him. No, I mean how many were in the category? They're I don't get that. That's amazing. Very sorry to hear for the passing of Robert Marchand, but it does go to prove that writing Stationary bike is healthy for you. I guess writing a regular bike is even more healthy. Yeah, 109 years. Amazing. Well, one thing that may not be exactly healthy, but it's been around 100 years I tipped the birthday hat in the direction of the cheese it Yes. May of 1921 saw the invention of that little 11 months shelf, stable cracker. We've probably all munched on one, sir, twice in our lives, and so what? Our parents and maybe our grandparent's and Dave. Those things were supposed to last. Like 11 months. I mean, it makes you wonder what is in them. Have you ever looked at the ingredients? That's incredible. I don't know, but I'm sure there's a preservative. So any sense in areas that they're listening. Please tell me you've been eating chief says you were a baby, and we're just start now. Absolutely Well, you know, I love when I hear the surface stories, even if it's about food That's turned 100 years old. Just don't eat food. That's 100 years old. Well, that's all I have from being town this week. But if you're not a member of American ancestors dot or you can become one by going to our website and even saving $20 by using the coupon code extreme. Well, thanks for having me on once again. What's it been six years now? Yes, I can come back next week. That's true. It's coming up. Next month is gonna be six years. That's awesome. And of course, we've got you at the back end of the show for ask us anything as well. So thanks much, Dave. And coming up next. We're gonna talk to Don Milne. He is the man behind the project to write biographies of all 400,000 of our American service. People killed in World War two. You want to hear the discussion? It's coming up next. As we celebrate Memorial Day weekend on extreme jeans, America's family.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Org's She stayed by the time I get your title out, the show's almost over, so let's just get onto it. I'll call you, Dave. All right, what's going on? But what's our family? He Star news today. Fresh off the presses her family circus. We have an exciting collection of 36 million United States enlisted an officer muster rolls in the rosters. Tony 1916 to 1939 so Free World War two. But right after the beginning of World War one so That's great nets, all from the National Archives in San Luis. There's also over 100,000 Louisiana Orleans Parish Cemetery records from 18 05 to 1944, plus vital records from Alaska, Illinois in Washington state. This is great, because this means more of these incredible volunteers have been indexing. So many of these and the others that haven't been in Dexter at least available for us to browse through as if we're sitting in a library, except you get to do it at home in your pajamas. Well, you know, that's not the only acquisition that's happened for a great records for people to look at ancestry dot coms recently acquired clever digit media, which owns Forces War records. Now, if you're not familiar with that Forces. More records based in the UK has over 26 Million military records from the UK and other Commonwealth countries, mostly pills or World War One World War two but has some great records and contextual material that are excellent for family historians, including ways to find out where they were medals that they may have earned. And also, it's a great thing. So hooray for ancestry for acquiring one more thing and their digital library. You know everything I love about genealogy or people on During their ancestors. And of course we have the General society. Mayflower descendants in the 400 commemoration was last year, a new hereditary society that many around listeners may have never heard of. The Society of the first African Families of English America. This is a group for African Americans who can trace her ancestors back to at least somebody prior to March. 5th 17 70. Does that date ring a bell to you and all? Yeah, that we're talking about The Boston massacre, right? Correct. And that is the date Christmas addicts, fellas. The Boston massacre, which is they're starting off point. And, of course, going back to when the first enslaved individuals came to these shores and 16 19 so exciting a new hereditary society and they could be reached at S O s a f e a dot hordes. You know, I love when people rescue records and we'll Columbus, Stuart and 63 year old Benedictine monk out of Minnesota. He went all the way into Paul. He rescued these records from these monsters which were possibly gonna fall in. Yeah, he had been out there where the earthquake had the shake in this place and killed many people thousands of people just a few years ago. And he goes all over the world looking to rescue documents relating the history and family history. What an amazing man hats off to him, And I hope that he's able to rescue and also preserve this history for future generations. Speaking of people who have a lot of ambition we have just lost. Robert March on name might not sound familiar to a lot of people. He was a Parisian. Who was a record breaking cycle ist. He died in 109 just recently for 90 years, he wrote a bicycle. In fact, he won the world record for those in the 100 to 105 age group. And those over 105 can imagine there were many people keeping up with him. No, I mean how many are in the category? They're I don't get that That's amazing. Very sorry to hear for the passing of Robert Marchand. But it does go to prove that riding a stationary bike is healthy for you. But I guess writing a regular bike is even more healthy. Yeah, 109 years. Amazing. Well, one thing that may not be exactly healthy, but it's been around for 100 years. I tipped the birthday hat in the direction of the cheese it Yes. May of 1921 saw the invention of that little 11 months shelf stable cracker that we've probably all month. Stone once or twice in our lives, And so what? Our parents and maybe our grandparent's and Dave those things they're supposed to last. Like, 11 months. I mean, it makes you wonder what is in them. Have you ever looked at the ingredients? That's incredible. I don't know, but I'm sure there's a preservative. So any centenarians that that are listening. Please tell me you've been eating chief since you were a baby. I'm going to start now. Absolutely Well, you know, I love when I hear the surface stories, even if it's about food That's turned 100 years old. Just don't eat food. That's 100 years old. Well, that's all I have from being found this week. But if you're not a member of American ancestors dot or you can become one by going to our website and even saving $20 by using the coupon code extreme. Well, thanks for having me on once again. What's it been six years now? Yes, I can come back next week. That's true. It's coming up. Next month is gonna be six years. That's awesome. And of course, we've got you at the back end of the show for ask us anything as well. So thanks much, Dave. And coming up next. We're gonna talk to Don Milne. He is the man behind the project to write biographies of all 400,000 of our American service. People killed in World War two. You want to hear the discussion? It's coming up next. As we celebrate Memorial Day weekend on.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:08 min | 4 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Memorial Day America. It's great to have you for the Memorial Day weekend. We got a lot of great content concerning that today, including a return visit from Don Milne. He's the guy we introduced you to last July who set a goal to write a biography on every single American service person killed in World War two He's made some progress. One state has already completed the task. You're gonna want to hear about that and dons got some ideas for you and how you could be involved with that project. Then later in the show Kristic Kallen is going to be coming on from ancestry. Com Talking about Ah great database release available for you for free on full three over this Memorial Day weekend. And new databases from ancestry as well. So join us for that coming up a little bit later on. Hey, if you haven't signed up for a weekly Jeannie newsletter, yet we're still looking for you. Just sign up at extreme jeans dot com or on our Facebook page. You can get all kinds of great links to past and present shows and great stories that she'll appreciate is a genealogist and you get a block for me each week. Right now it's time to head out to Boston, Massachusetts, David Allen Lambert is standing by the chief geologist of the New England Historic Jr. Logical society and American ancestors dot or cheese Day. By the time I get your title out, the show's almost over, so let's just get onto it. I'll call you, Dave. All right, what's going on? But what's our family? He Star news today the presses her family circus. We haven't exciting collection of 36 Million United States enlisted an officer muster rolls and roster's coming 1916 to 1939 so Free World War two. But right after the beginning of World War one, so that's great. And that's all from the National Archives in ST Louis. There's also over 100,000 Louisiana Orleans Parish Cemetery records from 18 05 to 1944, plus vital records from Alaska, Illinois in Washington state. This is great, because this means more of these incredible volunteers have been indexing. So many of these and the others that haven't been in Dexter at least available for us to browse through as if we're sitting in Library, except you get to do it at home in your pajamas. Well, you know, that's not the only acquisition that's happened for a great records for people to look at ancestry dot coms recently acquired clever digit media, which owns Forces War records. Now, if you're not familiar with that Forces. War records, based in the UK has over 26 million military records from the UK and other Commonwealth countries and mostly deals with World War One World War two but has some great records and contextual material that are excellent for family historians, including ways to find out when they were medals that they may have earned. And also, it's everything's so sorry for ancestry for acquiring one more thing and their digital library. You know everything I love about genealogy or people on Bringing their ancestors and of course we have the General Society. Mayflower descendants in the 400 commemoration was last year, a new hereditary society that many around listeners may have never heard of the society of the first African families of English America. This is a group for African Americans who can trace their ancestors back to at least somebody prior to March. 5th 17 70. Does that date ring a bell to you and all? Yeah, that we're talking about The Boston massacre, right? Correct. And that is the date Christmas addicts, fellas. The Boston massacre, which is they're starting off point. And, of course, going back to in the first enslaved individuals came to these shores and 16 19. So an exciting a new hereditary society and they could be reached at S O s a f e a dot org's You know, I love when people rescue records and we'll Columbus Stewart, who is 63 year old Benedictine monk out of Minnesota. He went all the way into Paul. He rescued these records from these monsters with her possibly gonna fall in. Yeah, he had been out there where the earthquake had the shake in this place and killed many people thousands of people just a few years ago. And he goes all over the world looking to rescue documents relating to history and family history. What an amazing man hats off to him, And I hope that he's able to rescue and also preserve this history for future generations. Speaking of people who have a lot of ambition we have just lost. Robert March on name might not sound familiar to a lot of people. He was a Parisian. Who was a record breaking titlist. He died in 109 just recently for 90 years, he rode a bicycle. In fact, he wondered. Stationary bike is healthy for you By best riding a regular bike is even more healthy. Yeah, 109 years. Amazing. Well, one thing that may not be exactly healthy, but it's been around 100 years I tipped the birthday hat in the direction of the cheese it Yes. May of 1921 saw the invention of that little 11 months shelf, stable cracker. We've probably all munch done once or twice in our life. And so what? Our parents and maybe our grandparent's and Dave those things they're supposed to last. Like, 11 months. I mean, it makes you wonder what is in them. Have you ever looked at the ingredients? That's incredible. I don't know, but I'm sure there's a preservative show any centenarians that that are listening. Please tell me you've been eating cheese since you were a baby Angler. Just start now. Absolutely Well, you know, I love when I hear the surface stories, even if it's about food That's turned 100 years old. Just don't eat food. That's 100 years old. Well, that's all I have from being town this week. But if you're not a member of American ancestors dot or you can become one by going to our website.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Saying different versions of the story. Different names different dates. Different details some specific a move vague and this is always. We've talked about this many times that these are the hallmarks of legend. Yeah at legend that grows and changes over time. Yeah and also spawned copycat cases too so the the article by lang the academic article he talks about luke hated stories and sir that so phrase that he was using at the time to talk about similar cases that happen now it seems from our research. That's the chase coffin stories. The first of its kind. He's the original story. And this abane transported to the places so laying actually talked about a number of cases was a case in a place called staunton in suffolk which doesn't actually exist and we couldn't find it under that spelling. Anyway stanton in in suffolk but it was reported that this case it happens in eighteen thirty three which is right around the time of the publication of the chase coffin story. And there's another case that happened. In a place scoot stanford in england in grip would perish and this was written up in eighteen sixty seven so it was said that similar activity took place the and that it was hushed up out of respect for the families involved and so it's possible to that kind of thing was taking place In christchurch parish cemetery in volts other volts fit that this kind of thing was hushed up out of respect for the families and certainly they will superstitions abounded at the time and this kind of thing was happening people might not have wanted to talk about it but yes staunton case also included a suicide. This reminds me of the saudi bean. How like the same story was being reprinted with slightly changed. Details like by both riders. I just makes me wonder if we've got not only is it sort of folklore repeated change but also plagiarism is to that supposedly took place in estonia forty four and the story is very similar And even to the point where they had scotland's not fine white sand from the beaches of barbados but booed ash was placed on the floor instead to try to see there were intruders coming into level. Scooby doo fat. That goes back to I think in the apocrypha. There's the story of daniel where he's he's he breaks out he he. There's supposed to be god that will eat offerings at night. And so he goes into the place and he throws down Stuff on the floor so that he can watch footprints and then when a closed the door after leaving the offerings you know they come back later and open it in the food's gone but he also sees there's like footprints going into a secret door. So it's it's very very old testament. Scooby.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

09:09 min | 5 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"Story has people trying to figure out why these coffins are moving around and it has grave openings and funerals and burials legends and is each explanation is tried out. It always comes back. To what researcher norval rogers would have called. Good ghosts ghost. So let's put on something like tropical. Don't forget your suntan lotion mosquito spray. Let's grab your notepad and your magnifying glass. It's time to go looking into a graveyard mystery in barbados monster doll. Yeah so i'm excited You've been doing original research. Yes into a story. That i didn't think had much more to it but apparently it does so. We have joined by. Met baxter again Just as a. I guess a third brain to be able to to talk about this Two and a half here. We are two and a half men says through. We're we're going to talk about the sickle moving chase coffins of baba's so. I think that you were both familiar with the story. Prior to us deciding to do a a show on this. And i can't even remember where i originally Heard about this story. I think just read it in so many books over the years. I have forgotten the source. That i came across the. How about you guys. So i know. I've known about this story for at least a decade from podcast but when you brought it up as topic i had grave concerns. They're out of my system. I never heard of before. Oh wow okay. Is it real. Actually really yeah. The first time. I heard about it was from karen and i mean the thing is there's so many of these kinds of legends out there that you know to. It's hard to keep up on all of them. That's i think a lot of what. I have looked into have been things that i could physically go to and said i didn't have any plans previously to rush off to barbados which i do now. I hadn't paid too much attention. So i'd probably heard about it but just didn't give it any credence so now i'm all already to pack my bags. Ll just in case. You know unsure. You're going to go this real soon but just quickly say that for someone who like looked into it very lightly in the past. I didn't realize sort of the imminent personages who had opined on this topic. I mean it really surprised me like to see in as part of our notes but that are author conan doyle himself like it sort of looked into the matter. And i'm i'm gonna try not to say dug into. I'm just going to do this. But yes i did. Yes exactly so. I mean I mean this is got to be one of the most popular of these sort of cemetery. Graveyard legends though honestly. I don't know there's like a top list or if anybody's out there who's like qualified tomb. Raider but i think if someone were rating this it would be very high on the list. Yeah i think. I'd known about this story since i was a child and I think one of the things that same with the the pictures the sketches of the the conference in the volt. But i thought we begin with some of the folklore. Anyway we usually like to and then to to come in with some some theories and smacks planations and discussion about the topic. Don't good because i think we're like three and a half minutes in and we haven't explain what's going on so let's hit it. Yeah i it's a very involved story in there multiple iterations of the story as well. And i thought we'd go with the most basic version and this surrounds the infamous chase fault. And it's it's the being referred to as the moving or the restless coffins in which companies were believed to have moved mysteriously about in a seal folk and these events took place at the crush. Church passed a parish. Cemetery in a place called oyston's which is a coastal area in southern barbados. The bolt was said to be constructed by a fellow named james elliott in seventeen twenty four but apparently he never actually used the volt and the first occupant of the volt wasn't placed in there until eighteen hundred seven and. I think i've ever heard i'm sorry. I don't think i've ever heard in any of this. All the podcasts and the the youtube videos in the articles. I don't think i've heard anyone actually question. Why wasn't it used. Was there a problem with it. That got lost to the ages and You know there there was something. There's a good reason for it to not be used whether paranormal or or regular and it's just never commented on no one's commented on this. I do think it's suspicious. Because that's a gap of about seventy years on and died in seventy years. That is weird. it is. I mean these bolts were incredibly expensive to build and only owned by the most rich people. So i don't know why you would not use it for that period of time but anyway so it wasn't until july thirty first in a hundred seven that the first occupant was placed in the volts and was a lady name of tomasini gotta apparently and she was buried in there in a wooden coffin and in several months lehto the vote was purchased by a man by the name of the honorable conal thomas chase and he was apparently a plantation owner with reputation for being very cruel master towards slaves and even his family so he was to use the volts very soon thereafter in february eighteen hundred eight and unfortunately he's two year old daughter. Mary died so she was placed in a lead coffin and was into volt know. I always hear that stated that he was a cruel master. I don't know that. I guess in modern terms. I don't like we'll would if he was good and friendly masri still slave master but i was. I think you could. Yeah it's a weird detail a cruel master. I mean yeah. I don't think you can have a kind master When it comes to enslaving people. I guess my what. I'm what i'm wondering is does. Does that start out at the beginning that this narrative already has a. There's a punitive side of the story like the story. Like whatever's happening is somehow related to him being a cruel master and that. That's a possibility that we can discuss later on but it is always enforced when telling the story that he was A slave owner and was brutal. Yeah well also knows common for children to die. During these times of do we have any idea of what His daughter died of two years. Old i'm just not sure as he say. Mortality rates were high at that time So the they're really on any details about mary however they details about another daughter who died for us later so that was his teenage daughter. Dawkins she died. Eighteen twelve and was Was buried in july that year. So legend has it that she stopped to self death to avoid her father's cruelty so she was also placed in a lead coffin and deposited into the family volt. Can i just say that. I knew a lady in college named dorks in this is the only the second person have encountered in my life named orcas was quite a popular are shame that the tunnel. Okay yeah. I read other stories where dacas was a name of the character. But it's certainly not a popular name today. It's one of those very old fashioned sounding names today. But so thomas chase himself died rather suspiciously in august eighteen twelve so one month after docker side and it was said that he died by his own hand so that he committed suicide and he was also placed in heavy lift coffin. And this is where the story. It's interesting so since a lot of repetition throughout the story but at this point when the vote was open to receive him. The resident coffins were found in complete disarray. So toamasina got out the fest pest into being towed into the bulk. A coffin was overturned and infant. Mary had tiny. Coughing flung against the will and was standing. Upright and dole. Chris's coffin was also talked about.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

Changes Big and Small

08:10 min | 11 months ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Changes Big and Small

"The medical field. In addition to everything else that you really stopped doing my pathology practice if you will. And i was also doing toxicology. But i'm not doing that any more from a. How shall i describe. It's not my primary focus anymore. What i do now is put together training programs for organizations that would benefit from the expertise of people in various areas. I did that for several years. In india starting in two thousand five. I would put together teams. That would go into this particular space in south india and train the pathologists just in terms of all the organ systems and things like that but also there is an area of pathology called clinical pathology which is where you look at the fluids of the body so the blood and maybe the cerebrospinal fluid or if you have fluid in your chest we can extract data look at the cells and things that are in there. So there's a whole different kind of laboratory. That works on that. And i brought in people to help that laboratory look at all of its equipment and procedures and everything and then it's diagnostic capabilities and just all kinds of things like that. And so that's what. I really love doing now. And through my nonprofit there is one segment of activity where we do training and mentoring in that area. Do you still do work in india and work worldwide. Then i've always done work worldwide. Since i became a consultant. I will go wherever the knee takes me wherever we can get funding to go. Funding is critical. We've been trying for several years to build a program in cuba but between the natural disasters and just you know trying to figure out holiday takes. Yeah the politics it's just been. We haven't gotten it off the ground out of curiosity wearing india. Did you spend the most time. Mostly himself india in a little place of. I haven't traveled throughout the entire nation. But i have done different areas in south india visiting different laboratories and i've also visited a lab in mumbai. I've never gone farther north than that. Only ask because i lived in bangalore. I've been to bangalore. I've been to bangalore a couple of times. I've been to hide. That are bad for vacation. I have been to pondicherry. And i have been to carola carolos one of my favorite places in india for vacation i think part of it is some of the food. Reminds me of the caribbean especially with the use of coconut and banana been used in dishes thing. That's one of the things i like about it. So you're ran to nonprofit. Which one did you start first. And how did you decide on that. Okay so my first. Nonprofit is a french nonprofit it is called lays me the As you said boafo delay. And that's the french pronunciation of the artist's name in the united states. We would call him buford delaney. I struggled so much. I was mixing french and english. Try to figure out what pronunciations. It's a struggle. I will say laser meet of eufor delaney. but when. I'm speaking of french. People i will say. 'let's amedee both fall delaney and sometimes beaufort would use the french pronunciation of his. It would just depend on who he was talking to. But anyway delaney is deceased. He died in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine and i came to know about him because i was writing an article to promote my husband's and my travel service on trade a black paris. Which at that time was called discover paris. I found out about buford delaney because he was a friend and mentor very important person in the life of james baldwin. Who was one of our. When i say our the us has preeminent african american writers and he spent a lot of time in pirated a lot of time in paris and he eventually Established a property in the south of france and a town called sampled avante. And that's actually where he died in be spent a lot of time there to end. So i was looking for buford delaney. Not really because of buford himself but because of james baldwin. I was writing an article about gravesites of famous. African americans in and around paris baldwin is buried in new york. Even though he died in france his body was taken to new york and his remains. Are there but buford. I knew was in the paris area and i found out from friends of his. Liza me means friends the friends. I found out from friends of his where he was buried. I learned that he was buried in a cemetery in suburban paris or a little town just outside of paris and the cemetery as part of the parish cemetery system but not in the city limits and i went out to this town it's called. Ta and i inquired about the grave and was told that well put it this way when the friends told me where the cemetery was and they gave me the coordinates of the grave the division and all of that they asked me. If you for delaney were still buried there. And i said i guess somewhat naively depending upon your point of view. Why would he not still be there. I didn't know at the time that the french have a system whereby you have to continue to pay for your gravesite. Every so often or the cemetery can exhume. You and where do you go well. So if you're in the ground your bones are in the ground they can take your bones and put them in a common grave and if you've been cremated they can take your ashes and sprinkle them in a garden. And so i didn't know that. And so when i went to the cemetery the first thing i asked was is the grave still intact and they wanted to know. Well who are you. Why are you asking. They're very particular here about what they tell people. If the person or people are not part of the deceased and i wasn't. I'm just enquiring on behalf of friends and i'm writing an article. And so they say well. Yes you know the game is still there and i go out and i don't understand the system. There is a system by which these cemeteries are laid out the divisions. It's easy enough. You can find that on a map but when you get to any individual division then there is a row and there is a tomb number. But there are no markings in these divisions. So you don't know where row one is and you don't know on which side tomb one is and so you're faced with this area and it's just like okay. What do i do now. So this is my first time doing any of this and i get to the division and i'm really proud i can see the sign division eighty six and i step in there and there's just it it looks like it's half empty. There are weeds growing up. They were literally as high as my knees and it looked like the division was half empty because there were so many spaces with no stones. I did not know that buford delaney's.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Christ's S. Church Barbados is one of the six parishes established by the island colony's first Western Governor Sir William Toughen in sixteen twenty nine. The south south of West Coastal area has scenic views where the waters brushed softly against the land but the picturesque surroundings conceal dark story of social and ecological devastation the indigenous communities of Barbados have always cultivated sugar for rum and feedstock but it quickly became became a lucrative export for white settlers struggling to keep up with demands they abandoned the practice of hiring indentured servants and instead trafficked Atherton slaves from west Africa by the eighteen hundreds Barbados was home to more than three hundred eighty five thousand African slaves trafficking Africa in slave owners used forced reproduction in order to reduce costs eventually making Barbados the only British Caribbean island that didn't need to import hort slaves this growing sugar trade and lowered production costs led to an explosion of wealth among white settlers they quickly sought ways to demonstrate their newfound power and influence for Colonel Thomas Chase that included the purchase of burial vault for his family constructed erupted and carved from hard coral. The underground vault was built in the Christ Church parish cemetery during the early seventeen hundreds by the Walton family but it sat vacant for nearly a century in eighteen o seven Mrs Thomas Goddard became the first person to be laid to rest inside the vault soon soon after the faultless sold to the chase family they left Mrs Goddard's remains inside out of respect and added one of colonel chases on daughters Anna Maria Chase in eighteen hundred eight four years later or assisted dorky would join her when her father joined them a few months later later in eighteen twelve a very strange sight greeted the mourners the coffins had moved around aw no matter how many times masons workers stack them in an orderly manner and walled them up within the crypt. The heavy lead boxes would be strewn about the room bodies peering out here early from resting places that had been mailed shot. This inexplicable phenomena has consumed supernatural super-natural researchers for over two centuries but there's one element they all agree on the chase. Family secrets were even darker than the confine enchaine where they're restless confidence or kept Dork. Os's final meal on earth had been roast pig. If she closed her eyes she could still feel the sweet stringy. Meet melting tongue be air would fill a sweet salty perfect smell. Her bedroom would transform the dining room. The last few scrapings of mashed potatoes would smile at her from her pint. She held onto the memory tightly as her body wasted away. It had been a delicious last meal meal. Her father Colonel Chase had never taken her seriously he had not heaped with praise. toddling sister dear departed. Marianne he only needed to look at Dhaka's for via words to spill out. They were as necessary to him. As the air he breathed. It seemed to be a compulsion and she existed so she must be punished for eighteen years. Dorka said Pray to God for an explanation. She asked her mother for an answer but her mother could do little to soothe her. She explained that the colonel was a difficult man to love. He delighted in violence and control in way. Few men do her mother at clutched the banister as she told Turkish this her knuckles turning white. She had to love the colonel. There was no other option in for her on this plantation Colonel Chase was the son I just families duty was to revolve around him when she reached a certain age which is harsh words were replaced with his fists he would hit Dorka stomach until she bled giant. Bruce's bloomed over her abdomen like the darkest of flowers and as the flowers grew larger and larger deeper and deeper dorks decided she was done revolving having to drop out of orbit instead. Her timing was deliberate. Her father was going away and business for exactly two weeks she get sucked with him at his farewell dinner to. Muir silent the ideal picture of an obedient daughter.

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"It is. I yeah. I've I have also been there to not to brag. So like, I said earlier at the church graveyards were filling up to make room for more burials, the long dead were exumed in their bodies packed into proves in walls of galleries inside cemetery walls, but by the end of the eighteenth century, the central burial ground of the holy innocent cemetery. In Paris was a six foot high mound of earth filled with centuries of Parisian dead. Plus the remains from both. The hospital in the morgue nearby. Other presient parishes had their own Bill grounds, but the conditions in Lisbon cemetery where the worst a series of poorly administered decrees limiting the use of the cemetery did little to help the situation, and it wasn't until the late eighteenth century that it was decided to Crete three new large-scale cemeteries on the outskirts of town. So like more like suburban cemeteries into cadet all existing parish cemeteries within city limits. So these city graveyards would be dug up and deposited into the underground ossuaries where Paris's ancient stone minds had once operated so cemeteries whose remains were moved to the catacombs included Saint in the salts which was the largest by far with about two million buried over six hundred years of operation sent anti-india Klay one of the oldest Madeline cemetery Aaron C cemetery used for the victims of the French revolution. And Notre dome Deblanc amount to the catacombs in their first years were disorganized, bone repository. But the director of the Paris mine inspections had renovation son in eighteen ten that transform the underground caverns into visible moss. Salim? In addition to directing the stacking of skulls and femurs into patterns that you can still see today. He used cemetery decorations that he could find to complement the walls of bones. Also created was room dedicated to the display of the various minerals found under Paris and another showing various skeletal deformities foundering the catacomb mission this weird bone, basically like in two thousand four Parisian police discovered a fully equipped movie theater on of the caverns of the catacombs. It was a quipped with a giant cinema screen seats for the audience projection equipment, film, reels of recent thrillers in film, nor plastics I fully suck bar in a complete restaurant with tables and chairs what the source of its electrical power in the identity of those responsible remain unknown. They let them keep it. They take it. I mean, it's dangerous. I guess so. Oh my God. Could you imagine you're on like the secret list to be in like the the secret? Our and bone room. Yeah. To the bone room when I was okay. So I'm sorry side. No when I was little my sister. And I would call skeletons bone men. Oh, yeah. Cute. That's a bone, man. So now to this day whenever I see a like. Like, a hollow lean decorate. I'm like, oh, that's a bone, man. Still say that it's very Josh Jackson says some podcasts that got him to say skeletons skeleton, and now that's what I call. Yeah. Selling just going to. The other famous catacombs, you might know or the ancient catacombs of Rome of which there about forty and some of only been discovered in recent decades. Oh, wow. So the Christian catacombs are extremely important for the art history of early Christian art since they contain the great majority of examples from about before four hundred AD in Frisco and sculpture as well as gold glass. Medallions the Jewish catacombs are similarly important for the city of Jewish culture at this period. I'm hopping across the English channel over to London Westminster Abbey course, so formally titled the collegiate church of Saint Peter at Westminster. This is a large mainly gothic abbey church in the city of Westminster London, just to the west of the palace of Westminster is one of the UK's most notable religious buildings in the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English and later British monarchs the recorded origins of the abbey date to the nine sixties or early nine seventies. When Saint Dunston and king Edgar installed a community of Benedictine monks on the site. Construction of the present church beginning twelve forty five. On the orders of king. Henry the third since the coronations intensity..

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"parish cemetery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"parish cemetery" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"And rudolf wasn't even consistent about holding it after he signed it in sixteen o eight his brother archduke matatus had invaded part of bohemia after trying to force rudolf to abdicate this socalled feud between the habsburg brothers gave the protestant estates some leverage over rudolph they agreed to be loyal to him in exchange for their religious freedom so once this letter was signed bohemia was still officially roman catholic but other religions slung as they followed that confession had the right to worship freely on the same day that rudolph signed the letter of majesty catholics and the protestants in bohemia also signed an agreement that laid out the details of this freedom and how they would interact with each other for example if a member of one of the higher estates wanted to install an ultra quist priest on his land he could and as an ultra quiz lived in a catholic parish and was attending church and tithing he could buried in the parish cemetery without having to seek any kind of special permission but otherwise catholics and tra quiz would not be buried in one another's graveyards so after this catholics than most of the protestants coexisted mostly peacefully in bohemia for the next few years although the checklist church gradually faded away as more people became lutheran but this didn't really help rudolph stay on the throne he wound up seating bohemia to his brother matthias in sixteen eleven and the mathias became the holy roman emperor in sixteen twelve rudolph had been less tolerant of religious dissent than their father maximilian hand and matthias was less tolerant than his brother rudolf had been in sixteen seventeen the archbishop of prague ordered protestant chapels that were being built in the towns of brew mauve and prob to be closed this went directly against the freedoms that were guaranteed in the letter of majesty.

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