In Memory of Miser

While Sugar and I were at the Savannah Wildlife Facility’s diorama, I saw a tombstone in one of the displays. I took some photos which were found later not to be clear. 

We went back so I could get better photos. I was the one hanging over the rail with Sugar posted as the lookout. 

  

In Memory of Miser

Who was a Driver on this Plantation for 30 years. He was a faithful Servant, a true Christian, and the noblest work of God – an honest man. 

This slab is placed over his remains by his Master Daniel Heyward in token of his love and esteem. 

Good-night, Miser. I hope you rest well from your labors. 

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5 Responses to “In Memory of Miser”

  1. Libby Says:

    Very sweet!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Tracy Willingham Says:

    Ruth, where was Miser’s stone exactly? I would like to visit it..

    Sent from my iPhone

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  3. maureen Says:

    awesome as always!

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