A Photo a Week Challenge: History

History. Old tombstones in a Revolutionary war cemetery in the middle of town. And just for you, Judy, this is Tombstone, the town.

Tombstone — the town in Arizona

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

17 thoughts on “TOMBSTONES IN TOWN”

  1. Love the tombstones. Looks like the one never got engraved…My parents lived in Tucson for over 25 years–part of the time out by Old Tucson where I know you also went. We went to Tombstone as well. Great photography, Marilyn.


  2. Oh wait. These are all tombstones, but not in Tombstone! I got mixed up because of the photo of Tomstone on the same page. Great pix no matter where they were taken.


    1. Leslie, when my Brothers and I visited our Parents resting places on Long Island last week, I saw a young woman sitting and singing to a tombstone a short distance away. When we said our final goodbyes and walked away, the young woman was still sitting by the tombstone and crying. A poignant moment.

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