Friday, April 24, 2015

Plumb House Ceremony !

One of the cool things about Face Book is it allows us to contact and interact with like minded folks.

One of my F/B friends Donald Caul was at a Ceremony in Waynesboro, Virginia.

His F/B post has great pictures of the event.

He writes of the event ~

"Good afternoon, Folks. I just wanted to thank the wonderful young ladies with Mrs. Angela Loan's Waynesboro High School Heritage Club for helping celebrate Confederate History Month by helping to replace the worn ANV Banners, and placing some beautiful "Remembrance Coins" conceived and made by David Tatum Jr, at each of Our Brave Southern soldiers graves today at the Old Presbyterian Cemetery here in Waynesboro, Virginia. It gratifies me that these lovely young ladies are so active, and eager to participate in the preservation of Our history."








You can find out more about Plumb House HERE.

It's refreshing to know some teachers are helping inspire young folks to
 "Remember and Honor"
our Confederate ancestors.

My personal thanks go out to  Mrs. Angela Loan and the Waynesboro High School Heritage Club
for using my "REMEMBER" coins as a part of their ceremony.
 I hope the coin placements will continue.
I'm still making them, and I'm improving the quality of the coins.


If you would like to obtain some "REMEMBER" coins to place at the Grave of a Confederate Soldier
contact me @ Davtatum@aol.com.

I don't make a profit, and sometimes I lose a bit, but it's worth it.

Thanks Donald.


4 comments:

  1. Always wonderful to see the honored dead shown respect by true Southern ladies.

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  2. David, I just wanted to thank you again for the lovely coins to place at our brave ancestors graves here in Waynesboro. I couldn't think of a better way to celebrate Confederate Memorial Day.

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    1. I'm glad I could help in my small way.

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