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By Scott Black
WOW Headstones at the Trilby Cemetery
Organization symbols from Trilby gravestones for Modern Woodmen of America and Woodmen of the World.
On WOW symbol the phrase "Dum Tacet Clamat" translated is "Though silent, he speaks"

Joseph Hosea Webb
Jesse N. Nobles and Kizzie Nobles-English
William R. Morgan
John Edward Weeks
WOW Headstones at the Lacoochee Cemetery
A.F. Crenshaw - MWA -
Slain Prohibition Officer
Gertrude Hays - Supreme Forest Woodmen Circle
Ladies Auxiliary Group
Charlie Richardson
Walter Edwards
More great pictures from our archives
Many of us can remember doing this! Ann Green and Marion Durden spending some wading time on flooded CR 575 down by the old iron bridge.
The old iron bridge on CR 575 being replaced. It may be gone, but the memories linger on.
More flood pictures from March 1959.  Hopefully we won't have water that high anytime soon.
Peterson Park underwater
CR575 east towards Lacoochee
Assembly of God Church at Trilacoochee
Across the road from the Assembly of God Church