The ground is collapsing at a cemetery at Loyall, in Harlan County, threatening the graves of Samuel Howard, a Revolutionary War soldier who was one of the county’s settlers, and his wife, Cloey. Their headstones are visible near the top of the photo, near a spot that has settled several feet.
The ground is collapsing at a cemetery at Loyall, in Harlan County, threatening the graves of Samuel Howard, a Revolutionary War soldier who was one of the county’s settlers, and his wife, Cloey. Their headstones are visible near the top of the photo, near a spot that has settled several feet. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
The ground is collapsing at a cemetery at Loyall, in Harlan County, threatening the graves of Samuel Howard, a Revolutionary War soldier who was one of the county’s settlers, and his wife, Cloey. Their headstones are visible near the top of the photo, near a spot that has settled several feet. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

Buried, but in danger of sinking deeper in Harlan County

August 28, 2016 7:15 PM

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