Photos by Eric Wright


We thank our many portrayers and patrons who make this annual event possible!

 

* Indicates direct descendant 

Guest Arriving for A Walk Through Time

 

Cemetery Symbols explained by Lucy Wallace Edwards

 

Lena Martin portrayed by Joanie Sledge

 

Will I. Martin portrayed by Judge James Sledge

 

Retha Deal Wynot portrayed by Susan Copeland

 

Guests making contributions for Forrest Cemetery at A Walk Through Time

 

Lavinia Chester “Chessie” Law Woodliff portrayed by Kathi Woodliff Rhodes *

 

Augustin L. Woodliff portrayed by Guy Woodliff, IV *

 

Judge Lemuel Eldridge Hamlin portrayed by Judge Bobby Junkins

 

Callie Craven portrayed by Priscilla Puckett

 

Holley Midgley, Sr. portrayed by Holley Midgley, Jr. *

 

Otto Agricola portrayed by Al Agricola *

 

Representing Southern Hills Cemetery – Chari Bostic

 

Representing Southern Hills Cemetery: Lucinda Murphy portrayed by Elizabeth Wynn-Croft 

 

Cleo S. Hill portrayed by Duane Embry

 

Judge James A. Tallman portrayed by Scott Hassell

 

Anne Mathilde Bilbro portrayed by Barbara Free Wallace

 

John Flynn portrayed by Morgan Cunningham

 

Clyde Robert Blackstone portrayed by Dalton Martin

 

Gladys Weaver Downs portrayed by Toni Driskill

 

Minni Lay Myers portrayed by Laura Elliott

 

Henry B. Myers portrayed by Jody Fitts

 

Nan Callan portrayed by Millie Stevens

 

Lowell “Daredevil” Vickery portrayed by Ronald Vickery *

 

Hannah Case Snellgrove portrayed by Nancy Hildebrant

 

William Patrick Lay portrayed by Steve Hildebrant

 

Zera Lyle Appleton portrayed by Sheila Freeman

Frances King Guyton portrayed by Sylvia Coleman

 

Dr. John William Doherty Lawrence portrayed by Craig Boden *

 

Time Line 1817 – “200 years ago” – Presented by Matt Ford

 

Martha T. “Mother” Coker portrayed by Susan Boden

 

Hoyt L. Butler portrayed by Kent Back

 

Nelson Thomas portrayed by Gil Isbell

 

Time Line 1867 – “150 years ago” – Presented by Joey Statum

 

June Moore Bugg portrayed by Patricia Gruver

 

Joseph L. Lewis portrayed by Michael Rodgers

 

Dr. O. R. Grimes portrayed by Dr. Dee Grimes *

 

Ethel Hibbs “Rosie the Riveter” portrayed by Emily Amberson

 

Louis Loveman portrayed by Rhett Loveman *

 

Frank Towers portrayed by Craig Scott

 

J. F. Pendergrast portrayed by Tom Banks

 

Harold Henson portrayed by Glen Williams

 

Time Line 1967 – “50 years ago” – Presented by Dr. Martha Lavender

 

John L. Ray portrayed by Ricky Ray *

 

Carolyn Gunn Bellenger portrayed by Anne Sharpe

 

Samuel V. Bacon portrayed by Bobby Welch

 

Milton “Skeets” Elliott portrayed by Jonathan Welch

 

Marguerite Nadler portrayed by Anne Roberts

 

Buena Vista White Walker portrayed by Jenny Sollie

 

Frank Marion “Cottie” Cottle, III portrayed by Brendon Perry

 

William Cincinnatus Lykergus Hendon portrayed by Bill Hendon *

 

Florence M. Wright portrayed by Alice Hughes

 

Mary Harrison Lister portrayed by Fran Summerlin

 

Time Line – “100 years ago” – Presented by Gay Utz

 

Dr Mercer Rowe portrayed by Dr. Clay Rowe *

 

Julius Nordman portrayed by Matthew Vance *

 

Mayor John Herbert Meighan portrayed by Shane Ellison

 

Marcus L. Foster portrayed by Mike Beecham

 

Ronald M. Banville portrayed by Mac Downs

 

Augustus W. Woodliff portrayed by John Woodliff *

 

Ruth Cross Memorial Chapel Presented by Pat Sherman & Sherry Clayton

 

AWTT Town Criers portrayed by Titan Ambassadors

 

Crowds listen to John Herbert Meighan

 

Dr. Rowe tells his story

 

Gathering to hear Marguerite Nadler 

 

A tale to tell!

 

Mrs. Bellenger’s ’36 LaSalle

 

Groups gather to hear about the WW I “Rainbow Division”

 

A crowd gathers for yet another story

 

Titan Ambassadors waiting for riders

 

Off to hear the next portrayer

 

Who is next on the map?

 

Large crowd listening to Dr. Lawrence’s stories

 

Martha Boyd Ramey entertains her guests

 

A. L. and “Chessie” Woodliff share their story

 

Henry and Minnie Lay Myers 

 

Judge Lemuel Hamlin shares a moment with his son-in-law, Otto Agricola 

 

Children love to hear stories, and when they grow up they love them even more!

 

 

Ruth Cross Memorial Chapel

 

 

 

Please join us next October 2018 for A WALK THROUGH TIME.