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Dare County Airport Authority ponders moving gravesites

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Near the terminal building at the Dare County Regional Airport is a grassy area surrounded by a small white picket fence. Within the fenced area is the final resting place of at least eight individuals. Marked by headstones, some illegible, laid flat on the gravesites. At least one of the grave markers dates back to the Civil War era and bears a C.S.A. (Confederate States of America) recognition. Others bear the names of Wescott, a familiar Outer Banks name.

With a paving project about

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