Mary Blakely clears dirt and grass from a 60-year-old temporary tin marker in the "Babyland" section of Onslow Memorial Park in Jacksonville, N.C. on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013. The Marine's daughter scoured this and other graveyards for the names of children who may have died because of contaminated water at nearby Camp Lejeune. (AP Photo/Allen Breed)
Mary Blakely clears dirt and grass from a 60-year-old temporary tin marker in the "Babyland" section of Onslow Memorial Park in Jacksonville, N.C. on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013. The Marine's daughter scoured this and other graveyards for the names of children who may have died because of contaminated water at nearby Camp Lejeune. (AP Photo/Allen Breed) AP
Mary Blakely clears dirt and grass from a 60-year-old temporary tin marker in the "Babyland" section of Onslow Memorial Park in Jacksonville, N.C. on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013. The Marine's daughter scoured this and other graveyards for the names of children who may have died because of contaminated water at nearby Camp Lejeune. (AP Photo/Allen Breed) AP
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