Remembering The Past Ceremony

In remembrance of the
men who served in the
21st Virginia Infantry, Company F
1861-1865

Thanks goes to Mr. Ward, Mr. Courson, Mr. Turley and the others on the Remembrance Committee that made this possible. Bill, who was the coordinator and passion behind the F Company Remembrance Project, deserves a special thanks.

This is Mr. Ward placing a wreath at the Confederate Pyramid Monument in Hollywood Cemetery.

Here is F Company, 21st Virginia and the 33rd Virginia, above, firing a salute for the dedication of the grave stone.

Above is part of the ceremony of uncovering the grave stone and folding a Virginia Flag at Present Arms.

Above, one final firing salute to the slain member of F Company.




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