Jesse's children were Jesse Edward James and Mary [James] Barr.
Mary Barr Clay was born in 1839.
Mary Barr Clay died in 1924.
F. Mary Barr has written: 'Bapu; conversations & correspondence with Mahatma Gandhi' 'Bapu'
Susan is 18 and Mary is 12.
Mary, Bridie, John, Gerry. James and Kathryn are deceased.
Susan Mary Auld died in 2002.
Mary Barr Sisson has written: 'The gathering storm' -- subject(s): History, Juvenile literature, African Americans, Slavery
Mary was buried in peterborough cathedral but was moved to westminster abbey in 1612 by her son James I to lay next to her rival and executioner Elizabeth I, Queen of England. Actually, Mary, Queen of Scots, has her own tomb and Elizabeth I is buried next to her half-sister, Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII and Katherine of Aragon.She currently lies buried under an elaborate monument in Westminster Abbey, in London. Her son, King James I was responsible for her reburial in the British Royal tomb-church. She is the fifth sovereign queen interred in the Abbey, the others being Mary I (Bloody Mary) Elizabeth I, Mary II, and Anne. Victoria is buried in Windsor complex in the Frogmore Mausoleum, NOT at Westminster.
i think Mary is better than Susan because she looks better than Susan, never gets kidnapped and i think Gil would marry Mary than Susan
Yes, Mary Kingsley got buried at sea. It was one of her wishes.
Tricky... I'm going for Susan
Mary died on 17 Oct 1928. She was buried in De Smet cemetary, South Dakota, where her parents also are buried.
No, she wasn't buried alive.
Mary Tudors still born children were buried in the garden of her castle. They were also buried in a line. Which leads to the nursery rhyme Mary, Mary quite contrary, this song is all about Mary Tudor. The line ' and pretty maids all in a row' is about her children buried in a row.
Susan and Mary test are both 13 years old!
Susan Odin's birth name is Odin, Susan Mary.
Susan Bradshaw's birth name is Susan Mary Bradshaw.
Currently- In Westminster Abbey. this was not, of course, her initial burial site.Originally, Mary was buried in Peterborough Cathedral in 1588, but her body was moved in 1612, on the orders of her son James I, King of England, and she was reinterred in Westminster Abbey, London.
She was buried in a tomb in the place near Mount of Olives.
Mary McLeod Bethune was buried on campus of the Bethune-Cookman college
Susan Mary Keppel Townley has written: ''Indiscretions' of Lady Susan (1922)' 'Indiscretions of Lady Susan' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Courts and courtiers
Mary Susan Goode has written: 'A Personal analysis of my work' -- subject(s): Painting
Susan Mary Grace Reynolds has written: 'The rulers of London in the twelfth century'
The artist Mary Cassatt was buried in 1926 at Le Mesnil Theribus Cimetière in Picardie Region, France.