Glen Varnadoe, the nephew of Thomas Varnadoe, is overcome with emotion at Thomas Varnadoe's burial in Plant City on November 24, 2014. Thomas Varnadoe died at the Florida School for Boys in 1934 and his family fought for decades to have them returned so that he could be buried properly. His remains were identified by a team of researchers from USF who exhumed a cemetery at the school in the Florida Panhandle.
Glen Varnadoe, the nephew of Thomas Varnadoe, is overcome with emotion at Thomas Varnadoe's burial in Plant City on November 24, 2014. Thomas Varnadoe died at the Florida School for Boys in 1934 and his family fought for decades to have them returned so that he could be buried properly. His remains were identified by a team of researchers from USF who exhumed a cemetery at the school in the Florida Panhandle. Edmund D. Fountain Tampa Bay Times
Glen Varnadoe, the nephew of Thomas Varnadoe, is overcome with emotion at Thomas Varnadoe's burial in Plant City on November 24, 2014. Thomas Varnadoe died at the Florida School for Boys in 1934 and his family fought for decades to have them returned so that he could be buried properly. His remains were identified by a team of researchers from USF who exhumed a cemetery at the school in the Florida Panhandle. Edmund D. Fountain Tampa Bay Times

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