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Heather Tomlinson Photos Brothers David (left) and Forest Rutherford at Somerset Cemetery on Saturday unveiled a grave stone to be placed at the plot of their grandfather, Leonard Rutherford, who passed away in 1951 in Somerset at age 53. The brothers traveled thousands of miles to honor Leonard — a legendary Bluegrass musician who for decades laid forgotten in the unmarked grave — and to meet each other for the first time. Around 70 people gathered Saturday to honor Leonard, many of them relatives.

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