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February 11, 2014 2:18 PM

Editorial | Historic Myrtle Beach-area cemeteries go high tech for preservation

Susan Rogerson Perhala spends a lot of time in old graveyards and on Monday it was the Flag Patch Cemetery near Loris. She and another volunteer, Jody Mishoe of Conway, labored “four hours non-stop’’ entering data from gravestones into hand-held computers and ultimately a Global Positioning System.

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