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Posted: August 17, 2018 9:24 a.m.
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Keeping memories alive

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Members of the Moody, Bacon, Baker and Geiger families all gathered to visit the cemetery - the only visible remnant of what was once part of the vibrant Long Branch Community. Left to right: Beatrice Carroll, Rayshawn Carroll, Evonne Carroll, and Rose Jackson all members of the Moody family inspect a headstone of one of their descendants

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More than thirty members of the Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church came 'home' to Jerusalem Cemetery on Fort Stewart Saturday.  Those present were descendants of families whose homes were here when the government came to make their land into an Army installation.  Members of the Moody, Bacon, Baker and Geiger families all gathered to visit the cemetery - the only visible remnant of what was once part of the vibrant Long Branch Community.  Left to right: Beatrice Carroll, Rayshawn Carroll, Evonne Carroll, and Rose Jackson all members of the Moody family inspect a headstone of one of their descendants


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