In this undated photo, grave stones sit near Fawn AME Zion Church in Fawn Township looking from the oldest part of the cemetery, in New Park, Pa. The original log church was closer to the cemetery that is the final resting place of Civil War soldiers and people born in the early 1800s.
In this undated photo, grave stones sit near Fawn AME Zion Church in Fawn Township looking from the oldest part of the cemetery, in New Park, Pa. The original log church was closer to the cemetery that is the final resting place of Civil War soldiers and people born in the early 1800s. AP
In this undated photo, grave stones sit near Fawn AME Zion Church in Fawn Township looking from the oldest part of the cemetery, in New Park, Pa. The original log church was closer to the cemetery that is the final resting place of Civil War soldiers and people born in the early 1800s. AP

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