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[Benjamin Anderson's grave and emblems]

Description: Photograph of Benjamin Anderson's grave in Glenfawn Cemetery. There are flags, bouquets, and a pair of boots with a rifle sticking out of them. At the base of the headstone are two emblems buried in the ground, including a SAR emblem.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Family at Benjamin Anderson's SAR ceremony]

Description: Photograph of Benjamin Anderson's descendants at Glenfawn Cemetery. They are present for Anderson's new SAR emblem revealing ceremony. There are flags, bouquets, and a pair of boots with a rifle and hat sticking out of them. Other headstones are visible around them.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Benjamin Anderson's descendants and Color Guard at grave]

Description: Photograph of Benjamin Anderson's descendants and the TXSSAR Color Guard gathered at his grave in Glenfawn Cemetery. They are present for Anderson's new SAR emblem revealing ceremony. There are flags, bouquets, and a pair of boots with a rifle and hat sticking out of them. Other headstones are visible around them.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Color Guard placing flags at Glenfawn Cemetery]

Description: Photograph of the Color Guard at Benjamin Anderson's grave at Glenfawn Cemetery. They are present for Anderson's new SAR emblem revealing ceremony. There are flags, bouquets, and a pair of boots with a rifle and hat sticking out of them. Other headstones are visible around them.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Color Guard with flags at Glenfawn Cemetery]

Description: Photograph of the Color Guard at Benjamin Anderson's grave at Glenfawn Cemetery. They are present for Anderson's new SAR emblem revealing ceremony. There are flags, bouquets, and a pair of boots with a rifle and hat sticking out of them. Other headstones are visible around them.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Benjamin Anderson's descendants at grave]

Description: Photograph of Benjamin Anderson's descendants gathered at his grave in Glenfawn Cemetery. They are present for Anderson's new SAR emblem revealing ceremony. There are flags, bouquets, and a pair of boots with a rifle and hat sticking out of them. Other headstones are visible around them.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Glenfawn Cemetery historical marker]

Description: Photograph of a historical marker at the Glenfawn Cemetery. It reads "Glenfawn Cemetery; Cemetery was begun after the death of Julien Sidney Devereux (1805-56), with the remains of his father, John W. Devereux (1769-1847), and an infant son reinterred soon after. Called Devereux and sand field, the plot served nearby Forest Hill community (1 mile N), site of academy founded by Devereux in 1805. Name was changed to Glenfawn in 1972 when post office opened with Charles Nunnally, postmaster. The settlement had several stores, two blacksmiths, school, church and masonic lodge building. The old Methodist - Baptist church was located east of cemetery. (1973)".
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Color Guard at Glenfawn Cemetery]

Description: Photograph of TXSSAR Color Guard members at Glenfawn Cemetery. They are present for Benjamin Anderson's new SAR emblem reveal ceremony. There are headstones behind them and one, Ted Wilson, is holding a sword, two are holding flags, and the fourth is holding a musket rifle.
Date: November 24, 2018
Creator: Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution, Arlington Chapter 7
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections