Morgan/West Wheatland is Federally Recognized and listed on the National Register of Historic Places (More than 100 years old)
New Sign Marker/Memorial Plaques
Installed May 16, 2014 (Federally Recognized 12/16/2014)
Morgan/West Wheatland & Norman/Cummings Cemeteries
Jay Allen Cook and Dorothy Harris-Allen deserve the credit and were instrumental in the production of the
Norman/Cummings Memorial Plaque
New Flag Additions
US Flag, Michigan Flag, POW Flag, U.S. Civil War Flag - U.S. Colored Troops
Book Sales and donations made it possible for
the construction and installation of signs and historical markers.
OSRW was able to secure 10 Civil War Veteran Headstones from the Veterans Administration. The headstones were installed on October 13, 2018, and 2019, at Morgan West Wheatland Cemetery.
Friends of the Wheatland/West Morgan and Norman/Cummings Cemeteries Dorothy Harris-Allen, Deonna Todd-Green, Diana Todd-Green & Marsha Todd-Sanders
Historical Memorial Plaques for Morgan West Wheatland and Norman/Cummings Cemeteries.
Morgan/West Wheatland is Federally Recognized and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places Site more than 100 years old.
Morgan West Wheatland Cemetery's headstone markers readily display the date at which the cemetery was established in 1864. Below are pictures of some of the older markers:
A hand pointing downwards can suggest the presence of God, while a hand pointing upwards usually indicates the soul of the deceased person has risen to Heaven. Two hands clasping was both a symbol of farewell on Earth and a reminder that the living and the dead would meet again in Heaven.
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