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Found in a graveyard not too far from Ground Zero in New York City. I first noticed the woman in the headstone, and then when I looked on the other side of the headstone, I found that her name was Hannah, born between 1640 and 1649 (the last digit was missing). She was someone's wife so I know that she was at least of marriageable age. Do you see the same as I do? I think the headstone may have been damaged in the destruction that occurred on 9/11.
October 1st, 2012
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