Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Story of little girl buried in rum told over and over (The Daily Reflector)

In Beaufort's Old Burying Ground lie Union soldiers and Confederates, slaves and free men. In the cemetery is a British soldier buried upright and facing England and a grave marker dated 1756. But perhaps the most visited grave is not the oldest, nor one of the most heroic.

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