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    Unusual, rare, and surprising names found on 19th to early 20th century tombstones

    I like walking around old cemeteries sometimes (partly to read the names) and this time I made notes of the more interesting ones in the memo pad on my phone. Here they are, first names only (with middles thrown in sometimes):

    Latha
    Bethana
    Hasting
    Douthard
    Dover
    Luvada
    Buford
    Henerietta (yes spelled like that)
    Olvie (not Olive)
    Orpha
    Toccoa
    Ola
    Boyce (TWO of those)
    Fletcher
    Zoe (born in 1903!)
    Jeptha
    Margaretta
    Dock
    Boley
    Turner
    Waller
    Haskell
    Earnest
    Ida Ina
    Kale
    Justice
    Garnet
    Earlie Mae
    Erline
    Non
    Jakie
    Diedrich
    Armindie
    Missouri
    Coaxie Ivory (?!)
    Truman
    Adline (yes spelled that way)
    Haddy
    Redmond
    Elisha
    Saley
    Wilene
    Palestine Mary
    Genvea
    Trumer
    Newton
    Azalee
    Clemson
    Dewey
    Hoyt
    Lemuel
    Corene
    Huldah
    Niomah
    Nokilee
    Theodosia
    Rose Ella
    Edker
    Tilmon
    Alis Gale
    Ennis
    Lissie
    Malissa
    Anya Angelina, Alessandra Mary, Delilah Claire, Adella India, Lydia Emanuella, Susannah Lenore, Caroline Michaela, Rikarah Jade, Liadah Cristina, Leah Cassandra, Alicia Cordelia, Eliza Francesca, Jade Antonia, Jessamine Faith, Audrina Rosemary, Shana Ariadne, Dana Rachel
    Nathaniel Malachi, Wesley Joseph, Gavin Daniel, Daniel Alexander, Lewis Malcolm, Jared Levi, Jesse Gabriel, Connor Michael, Callum Wade, Keegan Jude, Quentin Dominick, Micah Lucian, Miguel Antonio, Adam Gabriel

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