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Date: Sun, 27 May 2001 12:04:06 -0700


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Hey Kate,
I want to read it too! Are you going to tell us about how Frank H.
Hartman used to drive the hearse from Brookhaven to embalm and bury
those who died in countryside in Jefferson and Franklin Counties long
before there were local funeral homes? Don't know if the story is true
or not, but I was told he carried along a plank which he used to embalm
bodies in the backyard.
Tony


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