If ye rabbits have ever taken Glenridge Way behind fashionable Baldwin Park until it dead-ends at Lakemont Avenue in Winter Park, you have no doubt come face to face with this sign at Pineywood Cemetery.
Traffic in this little corner of heaven is . . . well . . . less than heavenly, which has prevented yours truly from visiting this particular graveyard. This despite the fact that I used to live within walking distance.
At any rate, once inside, I stumbled across a stone that sparked a mystery.
I'm sure experienced rabbits have encountered this situation before.
The stone in question was evidently placed to honor the memory of a couple named Thomas and Virginia Spellman.
Mr. Spellman evidently predeceased Mrs. Spellman, in 1956.
The year of her death was never completely carved on the stone.
So, where is she? If still alive, she would be nearly 130 years old!
More likely, she is buried elsewhere . . . or, could she be buried here after all, just nobody got around to completing that date?
I did a little sleuthing, but couldn't find anything. If any of ye rabbits can figure out where Virginia is, a reply post would be appreciated!
(And, don't tell me Virginia is between North Carolina and Maryland!!)