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Cemetery walk livens weekend
Times photo: Tere Dunlap John Inman played the part of Arabut Ludlow at Saturdays cemetery walk. Orphaned at the age of 12, Ludlow eventually became a businessman and settled in Monroe in 1846. He was the chief breeder of short-horn cattle and Clydesdale horses in the county, as well as a bank president from 1873 until 1894.
MONROE - Members of the Green County Genealogical Society brought the dead to life during their cemetery walk Saturday. About 100 people gathered at Greenwood Cemetery on 29th Avenue for the two-hour tour to learn about the lives of some of Monroe's most famous ancestors, most born in the 1800s.