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Fleetwood Cemetery - Fleetwood, PA

Have you ever gone to a cemetery and see the birth and death dates on a tombstone and wonder about the lives the people lived between the birth and death date? I'm kind of a nerd like that. I want to know about their lives.


At the age of 18, James Monroe Kelchner lost his hand in a fodder cutter machine. On June 4, 1884, his hand was buried in the Fleetwood cemetery with it's own tombstone marker.


James died on August 23, 1946 at the age of 81 and is buried next to his hand.


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