Did some cemetery exploring this afternoon with Melissa and Justin and Brian and Erin. We explored some of East End and Evergreen. Brian and Erin stayed to do some work while the rest of us went to Dry Bridge Court cemetery and met Bruce there. We explored this little cemetery and then Melissa and Justin and I went on to Woodland Cemetery. It is looking pretty good right now. It is the best I have seen it. We also had a visitor at East End who wants to be a volunteer.
We worked out East End for about and hour and a half this afternoon with Erin Cole. We cleared off five Randolph family gravestones and opened up more of the road in the old section.
A before and after of one corner of the cemetery. The top photo is from August 31, 2013. The bottom one was from today, Feb. 8, 2015 showing roughly the same view.
We worked out at East End for about 3 1/2 hours this afternoon. We had 3 students from Kim Gower’s class at the University of Richmond and 6 regulars. We found several gravestones and pretty much got the corner by Gillies Creek Recycling all cleared. Some of us spent about an hour exploring a little bit of Evergreen Cemetery after we finished at East End.
We worked out at East End for over 3 1/2 hours this afternoon. There were 11 students from professor Kim Gower’s class at University of Richmond. They got a lot of brush cleared. They also uncovered/cleared so many gravestones that I ran out of water to clean them. There were at least 20 that were uncovered/cleared. We are getting the dumpster pretty full but it still has some more room.
We worked out at East End for about 2 1/2 hours this afternoon. There were 5 of us, Nerice, Erin, Todd, Justin and myself. We cleared more of the path between the legs of the ‘U’ road and also cleared some more brush by the entrance sign. We also found a few grave markers.