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UNC historic cemetery reaching capacity


George Clarke, a former UNC student, was the first person to be buried in the Old Chapel Hill Cemetery in 1798. Now, all the plots in the nearly 7-acre Old Chapel Hill Cemetery are owned. Some of the people buried in the cemetery include , , , deans, professors, university presidents, as well as veterans from the Civil War and WWII. (Daily Tar Heel)

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