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Members of the Gen. Zachary Taylor Chapter Daughters 1812 invited the River Raisin Chapter and the Gov. Isaac Shelby Chapter SAR Color Guard to attend a grave marking at Machpelah Cemetery in Mount Sterling. A tailor by trade, a patriot called to arms, a farmer and a legislator to his state, Gen. Samuel L. Williams was honored for his participation in the War of 1812. He was a survivor at the Battle of River Raisin. Those pictured include Mary David Myles of Shelbyville, honorary vice president national USD 1812 (from left); Sarah Hamilton; Ann Franklin; Ruth Korzenborn, state president; Betty Tuttle; Betty Matthews of Shelbyville; Cora Potter, chapter president; Sharon Withers; Leslie Miller, ancestor; and (back row) Dennis Scott; Chuck Scott; Scott Giltner; Burn Mills, ancestor; Bob Bynum and Joe Parish.