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Myrtle Grove Cemetery 

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The Buhne family mausoleum.
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Kirby Nunn repairing an aged headstone.
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A headstone awaiting repair.
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Kirby Nunn and the other volunteers work out of this shed at the cemetery.
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A damaged headstone.
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Cleaning solution is applied to a headstone by Kirby Nunn.
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An historic marker.
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One of the cemetery's 167 Civil War veterans.
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The Myrtle Grove cemetery dates back to 1861.
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An estimated 6,000 men, women and children at buried at Mrytle Grove.
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A Vance memorial.
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A statue on the Kimball memorial.
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Many of the markers date back to the 1800s.
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The Myrtle Grove cemetery covers 10 acres.
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This marker's obelisk fell in the January 2010 earthquake.
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A historic marker.
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The Vance family mausoleum.
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Cleaning solution is applied to a headstone by Kirby Nunn.

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