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Church of St. Michael, Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire (now part of Powys), Wales
Church of St. Michael, Trefeglwys, Montgomeryshire (now part of Powys), Wales
 
Church of St. Michael Located   
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Clarisa H. Brandon, wife of Thomas Kincaid
Clarisa H. Brandon, wife of Thomas Kincaid
CLARISA H.
wife of
THOMAS KINCAID
died
Aug 31, 1853
Ag'd about
60 yrs. 
Thyatira Presbyterian Church Cemetery Located   
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Clemm Thomas Benbow (1897 - 1916)
Clemm Thomas Benbow (1897 - 1916)
 
New Garden Friends Meeting Cemetery Located   
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Core Sound Meeting Burial Ground
Core Sound Meeting Burial Ground
old burial ground with just a few plain markers, possibly Quaker burial ground 
Core Sound Meeting Burial Ground Located   
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Core Sound Meeting Historical Highway Marker
Core Sound Meeting Historical Highway Marker
located on Highway 101, north of Beaufort and east of Cherry Point, Carteret County, NC 
 Located   
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Core Sound Meeting Location
Core Sound Meeting Location
picture taken from behind current UMC church, looking west towards and past the location of the old Quaker meeting house 
 Located   
57
Deep Creek Friends Meeting building
Deep Creek Friends Meeting building
 
Deep Creek Friends Meeting Cemetery Located   
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Deep Creek Friends Meeting Cemetery
Deep Creek Friends Meeting Cemetery
 
Deep Creek Friends Meeting Cemetery Located   
59
Deep Creek Meeting Historic Marker
Deep Creek Meeting Historic Marker
 
Deep Creek Friends Meeting Cemetery Located   
60
Dick Family Cemetery, Ewell, Dale County, Alabama
Dick Family Cemetery, Ewell, Dale County, Alabama
 
Dick Family Cemetery Located   
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Dick Family Cemetery, Ewell, Dale County, Alabama, view 2
Dick Family Cemetery, Ewell, Dale County, Alabama, view 2
 
Dick Family Cemetery Located   
62
Dr. Frederick William Dick, 1919-1972
Dr. Frederick William Dick, 1919-1972
manufacturer made a mistake on month of death (actually July), which was repaired, and needs replacement instead 
Oakwood Cemetery Located   
63
Edith Harris, wife of Henry Bruner, died 1831
Edith Harris, wife of Henry Bruner, died 1831
 
Old English or Oak Grove Cemetery Located   
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Esther B. Bruner, daughter of J. J. & M. A. Bruner
Esther B. Bruner, daughter of J. J. & M. A. Bruner
 
Old English or Oak Grove Cemetery Located   
65
Ethel Dick, infant daughter of James Whaley Dick and Mary Elizabeth Ward
Ethel Dick, infant daughter of James Whaley Dick and Mary Elizabeth Ward
 
Dick Family Cemetery Located   
66
First Congregationalist Church, across the road from the cemetery
First Congregationalist Church, across the road from the cemetery
 
Cemetery at Middleborough Green Located   
67
Frances Ann Bruner, daughter of J. J. & Mary A. Bruner
Frances Ann Bruner, daughter of J. J. & Mary A. Bruner
 
Old English or Oak Grove Cemetery Located   
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Friends Burial Ground (Quaker Gardens) marker
Friends Burial Ground (Quaker Gardens) marker
 
Friends Burial Ground or Quaker Gardens Located   
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Friends Burial Ground, also known as Quaker Gardens
Friends Burial Ground, also known as Quaker Gardens
in the valley between Llawryglyn and Staylittle 
Friends Burial Ground or Quaker Gardens Located   
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George Apple gravemarker
George Apple gravemarker
Apple's Chapel Christian Church 
Apple's Chapel Christian Church Located   
71
Green Hill Cemetery map
Green Hill Cemetery map
 
Green Hill Cemetery Located   
72
Grover Cleveland Jacks
Grover Cleveland Jacks
 
Oakwood Cemetery Located   
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Harriet Harrington (the younger) marker
Harriet Harrington (the younger) marker
The Body of Harriet Harrington Fifth Child and Third Daughter of Henry William & Rose Anna Harrington
Who departed this life the 2nd of October 1791 aged 3 years, 8 months & 9 days
Grim Tryant Death, Oh how couldest thou Destroy their parents Hope and Their Loved Kindred's Joy.
(a slate stone shaped and etched with an angel carved across the top)
 
Harrington Family Cemetery Located   
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Harriet Harrington marker
Harriet Harrington marker
Here lies the remains of Harriet Harrington Second child and Daughter of Henry William & Rose Anna Harrington. This little Innocent in Fleeing with her Fond Mother from the British Tyrants being Exposed to the inclemency of a fickle Season fell a Sacriface to the Cruelties of a vindictive Foe and Departed this life the 16th of September 1780. Aged 10 Months & 18 Days.
 
Harrington Family Cemetery Located   
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headstone picture needed
headstone picture needed
 
Lindsay Cemetery Not yet located   

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