the "Lady in Black" monument in the old Marietta City Cemetary USA
From the marker: This memorial to Mary Annie Gartrell (1853-1906) was erected by her grieving sister Lucy (1863-1954). Musicians both and natives of Cobb County, Lucy visited this grave from her Atlanta home at least twice-weekly for 48 years, many times on foot. Dressed always in mourning clothes, Lucy became known on the streets of Atlanta as "The Lady in Black."
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  • larry gartrell over 1 year ago
    My. Husband. Larry. Gartrell, has. Stopped. Often. He. Wonders. Who. The. Relatives. Are. That. Leave. Little. Momentos. At. Tombstone.
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