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Along the southern wall of the Brush Hill Cemetery is a smaller walled area which once was used for people connected with the Reformatory. It contains only a few nondescript stones bearing 1930's death dates. This burying ground's most distinctive feature is its rock faced granite entrance gates.
This was replaced by the the Clara Barton Cemetery which is situated across the street.
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