I’m still visiting the Old Clarkesville Cemetery in hopes that I will find the grave of William Haddock, who was the father of the man connected with the original building located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College—Haddock Inn. That building was constructed on land once owned by John Haddock. It was an old summer hotel and a highlight for visitors from around the country who came to this mountainous area. Verandas provided magnificent views of the 186-foot high Toccoa Falls. While this marker is not Haddock’s, I think that it was beautiful with the morning sunlight washing down on it. I’m sure with a little more searching, I’ll find William’s grave and the graves of his family.