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  • Hill preached importance of museum while alive, dream become reality after death

    By Janet Caggiano
    King William, Virginia (AP)

    Thomas T.H. Hill preached the importance of bringing a museum to rural King William County during his tenure in the Circuit Court clerk’s office.

    But it wasn’t until his death in 1998 that his dream started to become reality.

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