Sunday, October 12, 2014


At a Church nearly as old as the country itself, members of the Burkhalter Chapter, William Marsh Chapter and Sequoyah Chapter NSDAR gathered to honor and remember DAR Patriot Joel Walker 
and his family.
The original 1787 Williams Creek Church was built next to the creek on lower ground
with the cemetery. 
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This stone marker was placed in loving memory of:
 Joel Walker (1756-1800) DAR Patriot,
his wife- Holly Berry Persons Walker (1765-1846)
their daughter- Cynthia Walker Brown
and Holly's Mother- Prudence Jones Person Bass
All buried in the original cemetery by the creek.
Members of the William Marsh Chapter NSDAR.
Athen's Bagpiper David Gregory played
throughout the service.
Presentation of Flags.
Opening Prayer by OB McCorkle,
NSDAR State of Georgia Chaplain
The Biography of the Ancestral Journey was given by Reba Phillips Welch,
Historian of the William Marsh Chapter NSDAR.
A brief Biography of our common 
Great Grandmother,
Prudence Jones Person Bass (1740-1798). 
"Standing on the Promises of God,"
Laying of the Wreaths, 
Salute to the Stone
and "Amazing Grace" was played.
then the Retirement of the Flags.
You don't choose your Family,
They are God's gift to you!
You live as long as you are remembered! 
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