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    Sexton Steve Kennedy talks Thursday about the many gravestones that have toppled over in Glenside Cemetery in Winthrop.

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    Leaning and fallen grave stones are seen Thursday in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop.

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    Leaning and fallen grave stones are seen Thursday in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop.

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    The grave marker for War of 1812 veteran Waterman Stanley sits cracked and on the ground Thursday in Glenside Cemetery in Winthrop. Sexton Steve Kennedy said that Stanley's and others stones weren't vandalized, but have leaned and fallen over because of frost heaves over the decades.

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    The grave marker for War of 1812 veteran Waterman Stanley sits cracked and on the ground Thursday in Glenside Cemetery in Winthrop. Sexton Steve Kennedy said that Stanley's and others stones weren't vandalized but, have leaned and fallen over because of frost heaves over the decades.

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    Tony Masciadri at his business on Thursday in Hallowell. Masciadri & Sons has been carving headstones for more than a century.

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    Elaine Demers, right, and her daughter, Katie Hebert-Ritchey clean up the plants around a headstone Thursday for their friend, Betty Bachelder, at the Hallowell Cemetery.

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    A crew mows Thursday at the Main Avenue Cemetery in Farmingdale.

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    The grave marker for C.A. Wing, founder of the Winthrop Fire Department, sits cracked and on the ground Thursday in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop. Sexton Steve Kennedy said that Wing's and others stones weren't vandalized, but have leaned and fallen over because of frost heaves over the decades.

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    A fallen 19th century headstone Thursday at the Hallowell Cemetery.

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    Broken 19th century headstones Thursday at the Hallowell Cemetery.

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