In this photo taken Sept. 28, 2011, a gravestone marks the entrance of Valley Hi Cemetery in Woodstock, Ill. Established in 1884, modest grave markers bear only a name and the deceased's year of birth and year of death. A few graves of World War II veterans and one for "Baby Doe" have more elaborate grave markers. The cemetery is the final resting place for McHenry County's indigent. (AP Photo/Northwest Herald, Lance Booth)
In this photo taken Sept. 28, 2011, a gravestone marks the entrance of Valley Hi Cemetery in Woodstock, Ill. Established in 1884, modest grave markers bear only a name and the deceased's year of birth and year of death. A few graves of World War II veterans and one for "Baby Doe" have more elaborate grave markers. The cemetery is the final resting place for McHenry County's indigent. (AP Photo/Northwest Herald, Lance Booth)
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published Monday, October 31st, 2011
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