We visited New Live Oak Cemetery yesterday; now we're back to Old Live Oak.
This cemetery is the resting place of many famous Selmians including U.S. Vice President William Rufus King.
His body was moved from his plantation across the river to this mausoleum.
King had gone to Havana, Cuba for his health at the time of his inauguration in 1853 and took his oath there.
Less than a month later, he died. King is also known as Selma's founder, and he served as a U.S. senator.