General Hill’s body has been moved twice before. Articles published in June, 2020:
Yes, it has but when he was moved to his current location and the A P Hill Monument was unveiled it was done before large crowds from the city and included "an unusually large crowd of visitors" and "the streets were thronged from early morn till late at night". "Broad Street was literally jammed in the early part of the morning and for several squares around the thoroughfares were almost blockaded." There were "salutes fired" and "ponderous cheers". [link]
At the unveiling the "people of Richmond gave themselves up ... heartily and enthusiastically" in celebration of the monument and in commemoration of A P Hill's memory. I suspect its removal will be a sharp contrast, attended by few and saddening many.