Veterans honored at Talbot County cemeteries
Spring Hill Cemetery in Easton.
Flags mark the graves of unknown Civil War soldiers at Spring Hill Cemetery in Easton
Members of the American Legion Talbot Post 70 place flags on the graves of veterans at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Easton.
Woodlawn Memorial Park in Easton
PHOTO BY JESSICA DUERSTINE
Members of the American Legion Talbot Post 70 and family members place flags on the graves of veterans at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Easton.
PHOTOS BY JESSICA DUERSTINE
A member of the American Legion Talbot Post 70 places flags on the graves of veterans at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Easton.
Paradise Cemetery in Trappe
Army Pfc. William A. Slaughter Jr.’s headstone in Paradise Cemetery in Trappe is decorated with a flag for Memorial Day. Slaughter was killed in Vietnam in 1965.
Army Staff Sgt. Thomas Nelson Blades’ headstone is decorated for Memorial Day at Spring Hill Cemetery in Easton. Blades died in Vietnam in 1968.
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