This tombstone was leaning forward.
Angel statue was holding real wilted roses.
Yesterday, after Bob and I visited my brother in the hospital, we drove through the Vicksburg National Military Park. I had my camera with me and decided to pull over and entered the Anshe Chesed Cemetery, which borders west of the Park, to take some pictures of beautiful old weathered tombstones. On the entrance plaque above, it says this is the second Jewish Cemetery and that the first one has never been determined. The first burial was that of Meyer Meyer who died on May 16, 1865. Here are a few snapshots that I took of this well manicured old cemetery.