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7 abandoned babies laid to rest, including one sent to a college in a jar

Strangers stood near seven little, flower-covered graves as they honored the lives of infants whose bodies were never claimed. Through the "Garden of Innocence," founded by Elisa Davey, the children will no longer go unnamed and can go into the ground knowing they were cared about. Davey makes it her mission to give names and proper burials to deceased babies abandoned in morgues and hospitals.
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