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Marble tabletop an unexpected historical find
The marble-topped table acquired by a Connecticut vintage furnishings company looked like other printer tables from the 19th century, until it revealed a most unexpected mystery. The old table’s distinguishing feature was the beautiful, heavy top.But it wasn’t until about a month ago, when the table was disassembled, that it divulged a secret leading to a rural, historic Seneca County cemetery. The roughly 70-pound, 30-by-20 inch sheet of marble that formed the tabletop was actually a tombstone.
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