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Pictures from top to bottom:

First Row: To the left, a Color Guard opened the program. Pictured right is Dolores Jones telling the story of Pvt. Mark Wood, one of the first recipients of the Medal of Honor.

Second Row: John Calgie told the story of Lt. George Duncan Forsyth who was killed in Libby Prison, and for whom Forsyth Post GAR was named. To the right, Mike Mason at the grave of Colonel Edward Phelps, killed at Missionary Ridge.

Third Row: Roundtable secretary Kathy Jones, sporting her custom-made "Kingsbury for Sheriff" T-shirt, talked about her adopted soldier, Henry D. Kingsbury, Lt. Colonel 14th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Colonel 189th Ohio Volunteer, and Brevet Brigadier General.

Fourth Row: Dr. Robert Goulding, chairman of the 1997 Cemetery Walk Committee. Pictured at right, and artillery unit firing a salute.

Fifth Row: Mike Doblinger, who has served as vice president and president of the roundtable, at the grave of Lt. Hamilton Colton, 84th OVI. Colton, who died in Cumberland, Maryland while in the service, was one of the thousands who died of disease.

Sixth Row: Roundtable members and guests who were in attendance at the 1997 Cemetery Walk.

Color Guard Dolores Jones

John Calgie Mike Mason

Kathy Jones

Dr. Robert Goulding Firing Salute

Mike Doblinger

Members at Forest Cemetery

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