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An old great site dating back more than a hundred in thirty years is unearthed by construction crews building and you MT -- headquarters.
In any time you discover something new window into the past them early Phoenix that excites me a lot.
Historian frank Barrios believes the remains are left over from Phoenix's first cemetery.
It used to be on Fifth Avenue in Jackson -- 1864.
To make room for a growing downtown those graves were then move to fifteenth avenue in Jackson at the turn of the century.
And is it turns out some of those grades may have been left behind it why don't think there -- left behind.
They may not have known there were bodies under there the head stones had rotted or somebody stole them.
This is where Barrios believes those -- should have ended up the pioneer and military memorial park cemetery.
People like the lost dutchman the first mayors of Phoenix seemed keen woolsey's the native American fighter.
Were all moved here from that first cemetery.
Anybody that had anything to do with the founding the Phoenix.
Is very different.
-- hopes the caskets will be moved to pioneer.
The county says they're being very careful with the site bringing an -- to they're also hoping to find family members do you think they can.
Fine and I doubt it I really do I I think we have a lot of trouble at the pioneer cemetery trying to find people.
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