In the photos, the grave of one of William Woolford's sons, gets bulbs for next
Spring, courtesy of two Woolford/Dunnock cousins. Come this Spring, some of
the 300 bulbs (those that the squirrels do not get), should produce a nice display.
Stevens Woolford, our Captain in the Revolutionary War and his wife, now have
45 red, white, and blue tulips. This is not what the DAR means by a grave marking but we could start a new DAR tradition.
The grave is already marked by the SAR, in fact, and this (bulb) marking was done by two Daughters. Stevens' grandson William, his great-grandson Capt. Lee of the Emma Giles, and other Woolfords,
Dunnocks, and family have daffodils and hyacinths (also red, white & blue). And dear Sarah Brooks Woolford has a row of
pink, blue, and white anemones.
We hope the squirrels are happy. They did watch our 3 hour-long project with great