In times past, hundreds of former Calhoun residents came home on Memorial Day to visit the county cemeteries and remember their families.

In recent years the numbers have dwindled, but some still pay their respects.

Perhaps most notable is that some of the counties 150 cemeteries (a lot more not officially listed) are struggling with upkeep.

Some are growing up for the lack of a generational person to see that the clean-up job gets done.

Maybe a thousand years from now, an archaeologist will discover and unearth the ancient burial grounds to discover something about how we lived.

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