Cemeteries have history of Civil War

Cemeteries have history of Civil War

Edw'd S. Campbell (1845-1923). Shield designation Union Army, Co. A. – 90th Pennsylvania Infantry.
William P. Mann — family stone without Civil War designation. Family type marker, but eligible for Civil War bronze type plaque stating service in Co. G. – 1st Colorado Calvary.
Single flat stone — pillow type marker, John H. Brumley (1843-1927). Has cross, plus service records and states served in Confederate States Army.
Two military, plus one Woodman of the World headstones in Peoples Cemetery, Dolores. Left side, Samuel Gregory (1843-1920). Shield designating Union Army, Co. 1 – 29th Illinois Infantry. Middle, World War I military stone for Fred E. Gregory (unknown date of birth, died in 1936) Colorado, Pvt. 1st Class, 355 Inf. 90th Division. Far right, Woodman of the World headstone. Typical stone for this active Fraternal Organization.

Cemeteries have history of Civil War

Edw'd S. Campbell (1845-1923). Shield designation Union Army, Co. A. – 90th Pennsylvania Infantry.
William P. Mann — family stone without Civil War designation. Family type marker, but eligible for Civil War bronze type plaque stating service in Co. G. – 1st Colorado Calvary.
Single flat stone — pillow type marker, John H. Brumley (1843-1927). Has cross, plus service records and states served in Confederate States Army.
Two military, plus one Woodman of the World headstones in Peoples Cemetery, Dolores. Left side, Samuel Gregory (1843-1920). Shield designating Union Army, Co. 1 – 29th Illinois Infantry. Middle, World War I military stone for Fred E. Gregory (unknown date of birth, died in 1936) Colorado, Pvt. 1st Class, 355 Inf. 90th Division. Far right, Woodman of the World headstone. Typical stone for this active Fraternal Organization.
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