Re: [MidwestCemeteries] Re: Interesting find in Bachelor's Grove
>Yes, it certainly looks like that monument was recently repaired.
> The Sterling stone is located to the left of the Fulton stone...I
> haven't found it in any other pictures of the same shot of the Fulton
> stone. The base is there but the marker isn't. I'll upload some
> pictures tonight.
In 1996 it was just the base, and it looked like the vertical part was snapped off:
Here's a 2004 close-up of it:
(I think this is the same monument, because it's close to Fulton, and from the position
of the small tree next to it)
and now, as you've shown, it's restored:
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