‘Some Mothers Boy’ identified as Frank Haynes after 96 years

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From Sky News: "Frank Haynes was killed when he was struck in the head by a train in Georgetown, Kentucky on 1 April, 1921. Officials tried to identify him but buried him before his identity was confirmed. He was laid to rest in the city's cemetery with a tombstone that read 'Some Mother's Boy' three days later. Haynes, who was about 19 and from Bronston, about 100 miles to the south, was finally identified by the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)."

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