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Dennis Hanks Gravesite


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Dennis Hanks Gravesite Discover the grave marker of Abraham Lincoln's "tutor," Dennis Friend Hanks (the grave is located on the southeast corner of Old City Cemetery). The cemetery is located across the street from the Lincoln-Douglas Debate Museum.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open daily from dawn to dusk.
Address: Old City Cemetery
Phone: 217-348-0430
Our Email: chstour.cacc@advant.com
Our Website:www.charlestontourism.org
From Rt. 16 To North E street, north on E to corner of E and Madison.

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Dennis Hanks Gravesite

Discover the grave marker of Abraham Lincoln's "tutor," Dennis Friend Hanks (the grave is located on the southeast corner of Old City Cemetery)

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