The tombstone of “Some Mother’s Boy” is located in Georgetown Cemetery. The tombstone belongs to a teenage boy who was hit by a train and killed in Georgetown in 1921. The boy’s identity has remained a mystery since his death, but Friday the grave will be exhumed so that the boy’s identity can be found.
The tombstone of “Some Mother’s Boy” is located in Georgetown Cemetery. The tombstone belongs to a teenage boy who was hit by a train and killed in Georgetown in 1921. The boy’s identity has remained a mystery since his death, but Friday the grave will be exhumed so that the boy’s identity can be found. tcrumbie@herald-leader.com Trey Crumbie
The tombstone of “Some Mother’s Boy” is located in Georgetown Cemetery. The tombstone belongs to a teenage boy who was hit by a train and killed in Georgetown in 1921. The boy’s identity has remained a mystery since his death, but Friday the grave will be exhumed so that the boy’s identity can be found. tcrumbie@herald-leader.com Trey Crumbie

‘Some Mother’s Boy.’ Body of teen hit by train 96 years ago to be exhumed.

March 09, 2017 05:39 PM