NORWALK, Conn. -- Norwalk Union Cemetery begins to show signs of spring as leaves appear on trees under bright blue skies.
This photo, from Norwalk resident Edward Yaeger, shows off a beautiful spot in the city.
Norwalk Union Cemetery, a working cemetery since 1850, has many interesting monuments. The cemetery includes a monument to Edward Hawley Fitch, 24, who died at Andersonville during the Civil War.
Many prominent families of Norwalk such as Legrand Lockwood, the original owner of the Lockwood-Mathews mansion, the Bettses, Hubbells and Mallorys have buried their loved ones at Norwalk Union Cemetery.
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