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BURCHETT  DOUGLASS  MARKER  DEDICATION   PICTURES

 

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Photograph by Brownsville States*Graphic

Honoring the contribution of  Haywood Countian Burchette Douglass's service in the War of 1812,  Haywood County
Historical Society President Ned Rooks (from left) and Lynn Shaw, president of the Tennessee Society, War of 1812,
assisted Mrs. James G. Roberts, president of the U.S. Daughters, War of 1812, Tennessee, in unveiling a historical marker
in the Dancyville United Methodist Church Cemetery Saturday. Also attending were Julia Mestermacher of Memphis and
Bettie Gustafson of Rosemark, both officers in the U.S. Daughters. Jan Yates of Haywood County sang the
Star-Spangled Banner and Rev. Walter Meadows, pastor of the Dancyville Church, gave the invocation.

 

 

                   THE UNVEILING

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                        Photograph by Mary Kay Dancy Smith

Mr. Lynn Shaw, President, Tennessee Society of War of 1812 and
Mrs. James G. Roberts, President, U.S. Daughters of the War of 1812, Tennessee

 

 

                                     HISTORICAL MARKER AMONG THE DOUGLASS FAMILY STONES

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                                                                                                                      Photograph by Mary Kay Dancy Smith

 


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Posted September 16, 2000
Updated September 21, 2000

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