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York County’s best-known exhumation: Photograph places focus on reburial of Battle of Hanover dead

P.S. Weaver, a Hanover, Pa., photographer, captured this scene of the exhumation of the bodies of Union solders who died in the Battle of Hanover. This scene comes from the German Reformed Church’s cemetery.

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What’s the story of that fenced-in graveyard atop a hill near I-83? Part 2

This is the view of that solitary southern York County, Pa., cemetery akin to what motorists saw for years. Actually it’s now a former cemetery, the Keeney Cemetery near Shrewsbury.

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