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Elder John Parker Marker Dedication Ceremony

At 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 22, 2006, the Sons of the American Revolution marked the grave of Elder John Parker with a S.A.R. Marker, noting him as one of the brave men who helped shape early America, and recognizing him as a revolutionary war veteran.
Handout from the ceremony (click for full size view)


Photos from the ceremony (click to enlarge - opens in new window)

Members of the Sons of the American Revolution bring the flags forward for the posting of the colors.
Dr. Rachut delivers the welcome and introduction to the ceremony.
Ginger Fritz sings the National Anthem.
The descendants of Elder John Parker stand before the new SAR marker.
Unveiling of the new SAR marker.
Unveiling of the new SAR marker.
Members prepare for the musket salute.
First shots of the musket salute.
Retiring of the colors.
This marker sits and the base of the grave of Elder John Parker.
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