Honouring the Individual by Preserving the Past

Category Archives: Cemetery Restoration

Laura Henderson's grave with the Ligustrum tree in the middle of it.

Laura Henderson’s grave had a large Ligustrum grow in the center of it. Out of caution is has been left since plants are used to mark graves. Laura Henderson died in 1941 and a local resident recently reported that the Read more…

Stump Grinding

Grinding and removing the stumps will allow us to mow and run Ground Penetrating Radar to find more graves. It also lessens chances of someone tripping and hurting themselves. Eddie Pierce is running the stump grinder.


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