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Pat Morrison talks about the Angel Monument in Oak Hill Cemetery in Jasper

 

 

Pat Morrison talks about F.A. Gamble, a Walker County pioneer

 

 

Gene Gravlee talks about burial traditions - why people are buried facing east.

 

 

Gene Gravlee talks about the old Jasper Memorial Cemetery

 

 

 

Pat Morrison talks about Moses Camak, a Walker County Pioneer

 

John Key, one of the pioneers of Walker County by Gene Gravlee

 

 

 

Benjamine McFarland Long, a historical figure in Walker County.
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The first Sheriff of Walker County

 

 

Gene Gravlee talks about Michael Taff. A confederate soldier buried at Friendship Cemetery

 

Rick Watson - The Watson Family of Sloss, Part 1

 

Gene Gravlee talks about Brasfield some of the people buried at the cemetery.

 

Gene Gravlee talks about Joseph Marion Cole, Confederate soldier who walks home after the Civil War

 

Gene Gravlee talks about General Coffee's march through Walker County in pursuit of Native Americans

 

 

 

Gene Gravlee talks about the grave of William Penn Sargent, Confederate Soldier buried at Davis Cemetery

Gene Gravlee talks about Walker County Cemeteries

 

 

Gene Gravlee talks about the difference between Confederate and US Military Headstones

 

 

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