Gettysburg

Gettysburg Battlefield




Eternal Light Peace Memorial

Iverson's Brigade


Army of Northern Virginia.


Virginia Memorial



Gettysburg - Soldiers' National Cemetery






Annie L. Bartel, daughter of John & Elizabeth

Elias J. Sheads and J. James Sheads.  These seem to be two brothers who fought together and died less than four months apart.

This stone was broken by gun fire during the Battle of Gettysburg

Milton Valentine

David C. Myers. A member of CO.F.S7th Reg't PA. Vols.  Captured at the Battle of Wilderness in May 1864 and died 4 months later.


John Scott, son of W.C. and Hettie S. Rogers

Octavia Ellis Hill and Mary Ludlow Lord were both wives of Henry J. Fahnestock.  Octavia, his 2nd wife, died less than 2 years after Mary died.


John aged 3 years with a lovely sculpture of a lamb.

Frederick A Huber.

Jennie Wade, killed while making bread for the union soldiers.



Elizabeth Masser Thorn





The Monticello Graveyard

Thomas Jefferson, author of the declaration of American independence.


Another view of the grave of Thomas Jefferson.


Jane Randolph, wife of Peter Jefferson and mother of Thomas Jefferson.


William Lewis Randolph.  Confederate states army ordinance officer, Armisteads Brigade, Picketts division.


Anne Harloe Truscott and Lucian King Truscott III