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My husband, James Anderson, was adopted. So when we got married he wanted to know where his mother was buried. It took me a long time to find the records. We didn’t have much money so we painted a wooden cross to mark it. It was stolen out of the graveyard. I told Rita about it at city hall.
Then on Dec. 11 we went to the graveyard to see his mother’s grave. The marker James’ brother, John Mahuron, and my husband bought was destroyed and the new big cross was leaning badly.
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