My wife and I was invited to attend a memorial service for a confederate soldier. The service was in a field, along a dirt road, on a farm in Conway, North Carolina.
Not knowing what to expect and as the memorial proceeded, my mind could only imagination the "Civil War Times."
Urquhart-Gillette Color Guards and Isle of Wight Soldiers Aid Society grieving widow re-enactors were present and dressed in period attire.
Members of the 13th Virginia Mechanized Cavalry, Camp 9, arrived on their iron horses.
Very inspirational, humbling, and what an honor to catch these moments on photo!