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Great DFA mini-gathering was held in Hallsville, Ohio
June 9, 10 and 11, 2017
Sharon Driscoll organized the fantastic mini-gathering the weekend of June 9, 10 and 11, 2017. It had something for everyone. On Friday there was a course in cleaning and repairing tombstones given by Gravestone Guardians of Ohio, a member of Cemetery Conservators for United Standards. Saturday saw a potluck picnic at Hocking Hills State Park with superb food and a marvelous place for kids to explore. Sunday morning the group attended a church service at the old Dresbach Church on Tarleton Road. The weather was superb and the weekend brought together people of all ages and interests. Besides the fun and socializing, a number of old tombstones belonging to Dresbachs (and others) were cleaned of moss and lichen, and a fallen tombstone was raised and others were patched and restored. Amazing work, properly done, which will benefit family and genalogists for many years to come. Everyone agreed it was an amazing weekend. Thank you Sharon!
Raising a fallen tombstone
Picnic gang at Hocking Hills State Park
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