Indian Trails honors colonial ancestors


On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.

On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.


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On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.


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On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.

On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.

On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_Wreath-2-2-.jpgOn a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes. Courtesy photos

On a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_Wreath-at-New-Antioch-2-.jpgOn a blustery day, members of Indian Trails Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century took time out before the hustle and bustle of a busy holiday season to remember their colonial ancestors. The chapter chose the New Antioch Cemetery as the place for their remembrance. Members met for a short ceremony as they placed a holiday wreath in their colonial ancestors’ honor at the cemetery. Attending were Dean and Alice Stewart, Kay McIntire, Frances Sharp, Linda Lee, Karen McIntire and Leslie Holmes. Courtesy photos