Nestled in the mountains of north Georgia is where Gisele Giles chose as her final resting place. She came to the United States from France about the age of 20 years. She married J. Edward Giles, a sergeant in the US Army Air Forces, and they rest together forever at Taylors Chapel Cemetery on Black Rock Mountain in Rabun County.
A nice addition to the gravestone for Gisele was a pretty blue-green marker with the words, A notre Soeur: Dans notre coeur a jamais tu demeures. This translates to, To our Sister: Ever in our hearts you live.
|J. Edward (1920-2009) and Gisele G. (1927-1993)|
Photo © 2011 S. Lincecum
|Photo © 2011 S. Lincecum|