Monday, September 16, 2013

324. Confederate Grave Dedication Saturday

   I know we're here in the heart of Yankee country, but let's be generous  to the fallen of both sides. An unusual ceremony for the Indy area will be held this Saturday in Sheridan. If you have Confederate ancestors, here's your chance to honor one of the boys in Gray.



You are cordially invited-

SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 – SATURDAY – 1:00 PM

CROWN VIEW CEMETERY–Sheridan, Indiana

SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR Dedication

TO HONOR:  DANIEL L. LOVING,
Company C, Natchitoches Rebels
18th Regiment Louisiana Infantry, CSA

Presented by the:
Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest Chapter-
United Daughters of the Confederacy

Today the southern cross of honor
is used as a symbol of honor that can
be a two-sided cast iron replica cross.

DANIEL LOVING IS ONE OF THE
FEW CONFEDERATE VETERANS BURIED IN
THE NORTH.  ONE OF MANY WHO PROVIDED
‘LOYAL & HONORABLE SERVICE TO THE SOUTH’.

Copy of program sent upon request
Judith Ann New Griffin
judybobg@gmail.com

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