Winchester, VA - (Cemetery Series 2 of 3) top row (Winchester National Cemetery) left to right: (1) 114th New York Volunteer Infantry Monument; (20 Pennsylvania Monument; and (3) Massachusetts Monument. This national cemetery was dedicated on April 8, 1866 and has approximately 6,000 interments and 14 monuments to Union troops. The only interments currently being accepted are subsequent interments for veterans or eligible family members in an existing grave site.

Bottom row (Shenandoah Memorial Park) left to right: (1) Veterans Memorial and Gardens; (2) Graves with flags for Memorial Day; and (3) Graves of local born Country Music Singer, Songwriter, and Pioneer, Patsy Cline and her husband, Charles Allen Dick, who was a music promoter, manager, and producer. Patsy Cline is considered by many to be one of the most influential and unique vocalists in the history of modern music. Charles Dick was instrumental in managing Patsy’s legacy and keeping her music alive for future generations.