Rick Brown

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In Trust - For Posterity.
Chasing Haints since 1986.

“This is a Cemetery"
Lives are commemorated - deaths are recorded - families are reunited - memories are made tangible - and love is undisguised.

This is a Cemetery
Communities accord respect, families bestow reverence, historians seek information and our heritage is thereby enriched.

Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are carved in stone to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life - not death - of a loved one. The cemetery is homeland for family memorials that are a sustaining source of comfort to the living.

A cemetery is a history of people - a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering - always.
--George Shepard

"Neglected graves are a shameful thing." - Martha Corinne Walton (Beulah Bondi)- The Waltons,guest appearance.

Epilogue- The Pony Cart - The Waltons

"The summer of 1937 was a summer to remember, because it was the summer that Martha Corinne came to visit. She was buried on the mountain next to Henry, and the graves were never again overgrown with weeds because as she said, neglected graves are a shameful thing. Ben never sold the pony cart; he kept it as a sort of legacy for Martha Corinne. But perhaps the most important legacy of all was the one Martha Corinne gave to me."

I have seen some very neglected cemeteries.
But, neglected veterans' graves upset me the most.

Some Surnames


James Brown, (Sr.) FAG # 115518311
Esther Goff Brown FAG # 115518373

John Brown FAG # 43814722
Thomas Brown FAG # 184195291
James Brown, (Jr.) FAG # 115518167
William Brown FAG # 129346448

James P Brown FAG # 184185010
Thomas H Brown FAG # 129649660
William Albert Brown FAG # 79839445

Roscoe C Brown FAG # 78510316

Paul Beckham Brown FAG # 41800828
Thomas Glyndon Brown FAG # 37387157
Edgar Brown FAG # 76228449
Edgar Brown, Jr FAG # 78510274
Richard Allen Brown FAG # 149600278

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