Bristol War Memorial

“New 6′ tall monument located at the Bristol Town Green, Vermont dedicated to veterans of all branches with an older memorial for the World War. Date of Installation: September 28, 2008 Organization Responsible for Installation: American Legion Post 19 Bristol, Vermont Memorial War Era(s): Persian GulfPanamaLebanon/GrenadaVietnamKoreaWWIIWWIOther Location: Intersection of Route 116 and North Street. Bristol,Continue reading “Bristol War Memorial”

Frank Gaylord: Creator of Korean War Veterans Memorial

Shelburne Veterans Memorial

“The Monument was officially dedicated on Sunday, September 13, 2015. Dedication speech was given by Gary von Stange, Selectboard Chair.”-https://www.shelburnevt.org/266/Honor-Our-Veterans-Veterans-Monument “Veterans CommitteePurpose/Mission Statement: Shelburne Veterans Monument Committee shall provide oversight of the Veterans’ Memorial, completed in 2015, located on the Northeast corner of the Shelburne Parade Ground. Oversight includes ongoing financial support, ceremonial activities, ongoingContinue reading “Shelburne Veterans Memorial”

Hope Cemetery #2: More Funerary Art!

“Hope Cemetery is a rural cemetery[1] in Barre, Vermont. The city calls itself the “Granite Capital of the World”, and the cemetery is known for the superb granite craftsmanship on its memorials and tombstones. Barre is also home to the world’s largest “deep hole” granite quarry, the Rock of Ages quarry, also known as theContinue reading “Hope Cemetery #2: More Funerary Art!”

Hope Cemetery’s FuneraryArt: Part 1

“Hope Cemetery is a rural cemetery[1] in Barre, Vermont. The city calls itself the “Granite Capital of the World”, and the cemetery is known for the superb granite craftsmanship on its memorials and tombstones. Barre is also home to the world’s largest “deep hole” granite quarry, the Rock of Ages quarry, also known as theContinue reading “Hope Cemetery’s FuneraryArt: Part 1”

Strolling the Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont #9

Today’s video is the result of strolling another section of the Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont. My ultimate goal is to film all of it. I’m nearly there, which is exciting. There is an old Germanic belief that a person is truly dead when their name and deeds are forgotten. Granted, I don’t typically knowContinue reading “Strolling the Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont #9”

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