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Wednesday, October 26, 2011


When last reported on June 24, 2010 the headstone marking the graves of 18th Massachusetts Infantry veterans Albert L. Jordan and George W. Thompson had been toppled by vandals. Although it's been 16 months, rather than simply leaving readers wondering what the outcome was, I'm pleased to announce that the headstone, with assistance from Stobbart's Nurseries of Franklin, MA, was once again placed in an upright position on its base. The accompanying pictures were taken on Memorial Day 2011 when I visited the graves for the first time since the restoration occurred. That occasion was marked with a singular ceremony in which two Civil War grave markers and flags were placed on both sides of the headstone.

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Thanks for finally writing about >Touch the Elbow - Blogging the Civil War Risen or Transgressing Against the Dead - Part Two <Loved it!

Posted by Jayne at Wednesday, January 15, 2014 13:51:43

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