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Barthrams Dirge

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  1. Ralph Bartram The memorial service for Ralph Bartram, 99, a resident of the Holiday Resort Care Center, will be at a.m. Saturday in the Patio Garden of memorial Lawn Cemetery. The Rev. Dale Pracht, chaplain at Newman Hospital, will conduct the service. Cremation has taken place. Memorial contributions to the.

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  2. Bernard was born on March 31 , in Watchannie, Flinders, South Australia. (S.A. Bdm Reg No /22) (Married: Flinders, S.A. Bdm Reg No /).

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  3. Overview: For more than 25, years Seattle business attorney Dirk Bartram has helped numerous companies through complicated financing and private securities transactions, reorganizations, and business mergers, purchases and sales.

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  4. George Bartram, son of George and Eleanor Bartram, was married to Ann Bartram, daughter of reknowned John Bartram and his wife Ann (Mendenhall) Bartram. Married at Old Swede's Church, Philadelphia, Pa. on December 6, , they were the parents of .

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  5. Barthram Funeral Service are a independently owned funeral directors serving the Yarm area. Losing a loved one is never easy and so it is comforting to be able to pass all the funeral arrangements on to a funeral director such as Barthram Funeral Service. Their office in Yarm can be found on 5 The Wynd.

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  6. The Bartram Trail Conference has marked several sites and trails in Georgia that follow Bartram’s path. There is a marker on Savannah’s River Street at River Front Plaza to commemorate William Bartram’s arrival in Savannah in

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  7. (in Sir Walter Scott's Border Minstrelsy). Sir Noel Paton, in a private letter, says: “The subject of this dirge was communicated to Sir Walter as a genuine fragment of the ancient Border Muse by his friend Mr. Surtees, who is in reality its author.

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  9. William Bartram was 35 years old in when he began his “great adventure.” During his three-and-a-half year trip, Bartram traveled over 2, miles. He traveled through eight modern-day southern states (Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, and Tennessee).

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