The Confederate Mounted Cavalry Unit Color Guard of the Sons of Confederate Veterans camp #586 prepares for procession into the cemetery. From left: Calvin Allen, Joshua Carter, Jerry Puckett, Tom Tierce and David Wilson.
Riding boots are reversed in the stirrups of a caparisoned or riderless horse as part of the ceremony to honor Albert M. Robertson.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans restored the tombstone and provided a foot stone with Robertson's unit information engraved on it. Robertson died August 27, 1864.
Dan Dvizi leads the caparisoned or riderless horse in a procession during the memorial honoring Albert Robertson.
Kay Davis contacted the Sons of Confederate Veterans for assistance with the broken tombstone of her husband's great uncle Albert M. Robertson.
Civil War Veteran Albert M. Robertson's tombstone was restored by the Sons of Confederate Veterans. From left: Color Guard members Tom Tierce and David Wilson (mounted) and Dan Dvizi with the riderless horse.
Jerry Walden, Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp Commander, spoke about Robertson's life and service in the 5th Texas Calvary.
Jerry Walden, Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp Commander, addressed observers during the memorial.
A small crowd gathered for the Albert M Robertson memorial service at the Willow Springs Cemetery in Willow Park on Saturday afternoon.
Muskets were fired during the artillery salute to Robertson.
Larry Johnson reloads his musket during the salute.
Third Brigade Commander Ben Hatch wears a dress civil war style military uniform.
The Mounted Color Guard salutes during the palying of Taps at the conclusion of the ceremony at Willow Springs Cemetery. From left: Tom Tierce, Jerry Puckett, Chad Hazelton and Calvin Allen.
The Mounted Color Guard observes the conclusion of the ceremony at Willow Springs Cemetery.
Flames shoot out of a 12 pound Howitzer cannon during the artillery fire salute to Robertson. Commander Walden estimates the cannon's value at $60,000.
Debbie Wilson's pins represent her lineage back to veterans of the Civil War.
Willow Park Mayor Richard Neverdousky stands by Robertson's tombstone with Commander Jerrry Walden.
Flags unfurled in the breeze at the memorial service.
Flames shoot out of a cannon during the artillery fire salute to Robertson.