Hiram BAYLIS 1840-72. “My Uncle died a Hero. (General)

by Debwolt ⌂ @, Monday, July 29, 2019, 16:51 (206 days ago) @ HarryBrook

I wanted to touch and read this gravestone, so reading what was inscribed upon it is the next best thing., is this written in a book or in the national archives? So glad that it is recorded somewhere. I will look for the link, as well as the photo of the piled up stones, thank you. This is as good as it can get, getting confirmation on what happened to the stone. Are there still any loose, or piled stones, now? It would be wonderful if a creative stone mason could incorporate the stones into a wall or monument that would preserve as much of the stone writings as possible, whole or even a mosaic of broken words would be an incredible piece of art and remembrance. Am very grateful to know about Great Great Uncle Hiram’s stone,, and visiting that cemetery is definitely on our list, am hoping, too, to hear some church bells while we are there. Thank you., all. Kind regards, Deb

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