Friday, September 2nd, 2011
Photo by Margie Wuebker
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A new monument, shown in the foreground, honors the memory of sisters and brothers who served the Egypt community from 1856 to 1912. Their cathedral-shaped gravestones shown in the two nearby rows at St. Joseph Cemetery have been ravaged by time and the weather to a point where the names are no longer visible.
Online story associated with this photograph
EGYPT - Fifty-five weathered grave markers stand in straight rows at St. Joseph Cemetery in memory of Precious Blood sisters and brothers who served the area more than a century ago. The passage of time and weather have not bee . . .
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