Concepcion Leon of Worrell Contracting Co. of LaGrange, N.C., makes sure one of the headstones is level Wednesday morning at Beaufort National Cemetery. Calvin Chaplain, site supervisor, said they are aligning the stones, which lean to one side or another over time.
Concepcion Leon of Worrell Contracting Co. of LaGrange, N.C., makes sure one of the headstones is level Wednesday morning at Beaufort National Cemetery. Calvin Chaplain, site supervisor, said they are aligning the stones, which lean to one side or another over time. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Concepcion Leon of Worrell Contracting Co. of LaGrange, N.C., makes sure one of the headstones is level Wednesday morning at Beaufort National Cemetery. Calvin Chaplain, site supervisor, said they are aligning the stones, which lean to one side or another over time. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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