An old gravestone was found in the town of Bradshaw's burn pile.
A municipal worker found the gravestone as he was moving brush and branches in the burn pile.
Bob Goodridge, Bradshaw Cemetery's caretaker found the stone and was working to find the stone's rightful home.
The military-style gravestone is from the first World War. It has the name Lawrence F. Steenson engraved on it.
The rest of the gravestone says: U.S. Army and World War I. The date of birth is June 20, 1895 and the date of death is March 31, 1978.
Many people joined in on the hunt to find out where the gravestone belonged and they met with success. The stone had belonged at the Grand Island Cemetery, but has likely been replaced with a different marker.
No one seems to know how the stone ended up in Bradshaw, but relatives of Steenson are happy the stone was found and glad to be getting it out of the burn pile.