First up, two men obviously loved and admired, and accomplished as well.
Officer and a
Gentleman & Phd'
Beloved Husband Father
(If you look closer you will see he was a
US Treasury Special Agent and a
Member of the Fraternal Order of Police)
Above: This Daughter of the Confederacy
marker was found on the plot of
Jan 14, 1914 to March 18, 1980
Above: No concrete ledger here,
one made of bricks and shells instead.
In Memory Of
Joseph L. Strong
Mar 23, 1890
Jun 25, 1892
Above: Believe this to be the marker for a burial,
but I do not know for whom.
The silk poinsetta blooms are tucked between two sea shells.
Man spotted a small reptile who had claimed one of these shells as a good hiding place.
Barbara A. Ewing
(Nearby is Harold F. Ewing, his marker is identical, yes, wood,
appears to be a 4 X 4, names painted on, and fading.)
Above, Cinderella Hanson.
Love her name, so sad, only 4 years old.
(Note: Nothing more is known by this blogger about Bradley.)
Copyright 2010, CABS for Reflections From the Fence