Martin Oaks Cemetery and Some Paranormal Thoughts

Posted on July 21st, 2017
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Martin Oaks Cemetery has been a fixture in Lewisville, Texas since the mid 1800’s. Starting off as a family plot on the Martin Cattle Ranch, graves date back to 1874. Just to put this in perspective, in the 1870’s there were only around 13,000 people in all of Dallas County. Within 20 miles of Martin […]

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What Killed Jane Austen?

Posted on July 18th, 2017
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Along with William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, and George Eliot, Jane Austen is definitely in the pantheon of great English writers. Today, July 18th, is the 200th anniversary of her passing at the age of 41 (although 41 seems young today, in that era women lived to be about 40 years of age). One of the […]

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Finding a Lost Loved One

Posted on June 6th, 2017
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Hardly a week goes by that we here at Martin Oaks Cemetery & Crematory do not receive a call about the location of a lost loved one. Most often this involves trying to find the cemetery where the deceased was buried. So How Do You Go About Locating A Deceased Ancestor’s Final Resting Place? It […]

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The Passing of Pro Golfer Who Made Legendary Gaffe

Posted on June 2nd, 2017
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Professional golf is the only sport that demands players to keep a tally of their own score – at the end of the round, they sign their score card and submit it to officials. If the score card is incorrect, it is dire consequences. One of the most famous gaffes in pro golf history occurred […]

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Jim Bunning: Truly Unique

Posted on May 29th, 2017
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The only man to have ever been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame and also win a seat in Congress (both in the House and the Senate) has passed away at the age of 85 – Jim Bunning’s career can only be described as truly unique. From 1955 until 1971, he played for four […]

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