For anyone living in Howard County in 1991, this sounds terribly familiar! Remember 3-acre St. Mary's Cemetery, where the graves of several women and their babies, who had died and were buried in the 1800s, were plowed up by the back-hoes and bulldozers installing the county water and sewer line to access the two new houses being built on top of the cemetery! Ask the Howard County NAACP. They held a memorial service as the house foundations were being filled in. Many of the desecrated graves, whose bones were sent to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, were African American.