There are several windows from Scotland. Some colors are faded. There are symbols, portraits, and script. This is an incredibly poignant and sad story. The story is that like a novel, or a movie; something similar to All's Quiet on the Western Front. Two brothers-in-law are memorialised. One, Virgil J. Robinson, died at the confederate prison camp at Andersonville. Andersonville was a hideous destination where men wasted away from starvation. The other soldier, Benjamin F. Weary, was the first volunteer from Akron. Robert E. Lee surrendered on the 9th of April 1865, at Appomattox Court House Virginia, to Ulysses S. Grant. Later that day, Weary was shot dead.
I spoke to a friend about what i read that day on that window. He said, "that's war". I said, "No, that is murder".