Visitors from the past



History came to life Sunday in Plymouth’s Union Cemetery for the Plymouth Historical Society’s annual Cemetery Walk event. Actors from Plymouth High School, in period costumes, entertained visitors with stories of some of the city’s early residents with familiar names like Laack, Bade, Wolf and Wittkopp, and names no longer common, like DelaPorte and Freutel. After the Cemetery Walk, the historical society landmarked two more historical sites in the city - the Plymouth Union Cemetery itself and the Christian DelaPorte home at 336 North Ave. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner History came to life Sunday in Plymouth’s Union Cemetery for the Plymouth Historical Society’s annual Cemetery Walk event. Actors from Plymouth High School, in period costumes, entertained visitors with stories of some of the city’s early residents with familiar names like Laack, Bade, Wolf and Wittkopp, and names no longer common, like DelaPorte and Freutel. After the Cemetery Walk, the historical society landmarked two more historical sites in the city - the Plymouth Union Cemetery itself and the Christian DelaPorte home at 336 North Ave. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner




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