Michael Bushnell
Northeast News

Saturday, April 27 at Elmwood Cemetery, the community gathered for the reinterment of an infant who died over 150 years ago.

The remains of ten-month-old Emma Huling, who died in 1865, were stolen from a mausoleum in Elmwood. The thieves, who were unable to fully open the cast-iron casket, abandoned her in a nearby shrub.

After she was found, the community came together to give her a proper burial in a brand new white casket.

Huling was laid to rest again, back with her family.