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Wreath laying

To mark Memorial Day, members of the local DAR and UDC chapters placed wreaths at three locations in Mathews on May 29. Above, the Cricket Hill Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, placed wreaths on the DAR Monument at the historic Mathews courthouse and at the Courthouse Square for Memorial Day. Shown at the DAR Monument are, above from left, Mari Gibbs, Patty Hertzler, Colanne Bunting, Mimi Kleintop, Carolyn Hogge, Regent Lynda Lancaster-Loyd, Gay Pfister, Rebecca Morgan and Patricia Reed. The granite monument was erected in May 1929. Below, the Captain Sally Tompkins Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy placed a wreath on the grave of Capt. Sally Tompkins, who was born at Poplar Grove and is buried at Christ Church Cemetery in Mathews. During the Civil War she established a private hospital in Richmond to care for the wounded. UDC members taking part included, bottom photo from left, president Marilyn Iglesias, Rebecca Morgan, Mimi Kleintop, Lydia Connelly, Mary Hu...

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