Borden Family, Borden Spaces and Places, Borden-related gravesites, Fall River, Oak Grove Cemetery, Potpourri
Oak Grove New Year
The ground fog rolled in thick from Oak Grove Avenue to the front entrance of Oak Grove last Sunday between 3 and 5 p.m. Captured in the fog are some interesting photos of the Borden plot, Cook Borden’s famous granite tree trunk, stones of Officer Wixon (he who tried out climbing over the Borden’s back fence on August 4th), and Southard Miller who built the Borden house on Second Street. Someone had visited over the holiday, and left a tribute at Lizzie’s grave. Several photos in the slideshow below, as indicated, were photographed by Will Clawson.
Jo Anne Giovino
These pictures are eerily beautiful. No one sets a stage better than Mother Nature. Of course, I applaud and appreciate the talent of the photographers too. Thank you Will and Shelly.
I think this is a great slide show. I love the fog. The sign pictures gives me goose bumps!!! I’ve been to Oak Grove and don’t recall seeing that fence.
The two gates are at the back of the cemetery on Oak Grove Avenue -the iron fence runs along the back.