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PERMIT APPLICATION - ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS - HISTORIC CHRIST CHURCH, LANCASTER COUNTY

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The Department of Historic Resources has received a permit application for archaeological recovery of buried human remains located within the churchyard at Historic Christ Church in Weems, Virginia. Anyone with comments or concerns regarding the proposed recovery is invited to contact the Department and the Historic Christ Church Foundation. Comments must be received by close of business on October 19, 2022. Please see the formal public notice for more information [pdf]

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