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Cemetery Clock
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I grew up less than a mile from this cemetery, and never noticed this awesome old clock hanging from the tree until after I moved away!  For some reason the map lists this as Montgomery Cemetery, but the sign located by the entrance has said New Garden Cemetery at least since 1989.  The New Garden Cemetery across the street is the Old New Garden Cemetery, founded when Alabama was still part of the Mississippi territory before the Revolutionary War.  The cemetery pictured was founded around the time of the Civil War.

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Uploaded: 24/08/2012
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