Wednesday, February 05, 2014


Yesterday I posted information about the sinking of the Caribsea in 1942. Here is a photo of the cross which stands on the altar of the Ocracoke United Methodist Church.

This wooden cross was fashioned by my grandfather, Homer Howard, from wreckage of the Caribsea.

You can read a history of the Ocracoke United Methodist Church here:

Our latest Ocracoke Newsletter is an account of the 2013 Portsmouth Island Christmas Bird Count. You can read it here:

1 comment:

  1. I expected to see a crude cross, fashioned hastily out of the battered wreckage ... that's beautiful!


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