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Re: Rev. John Glendenning of Scotland
Posted by: Carter Glendenning Date: November 28, 2000 at 17:18:04
In Reply to: Re: Rev. John Glendenning of Scotland by Judie Moore of 378

As a follow-up to my comments yesterday, I found the directions to the Inskeep Cemetary where it is believed that John Glendenning Jr was buried.
Once in Brown County, "turn west on Incline Rd. from US62, go approx one mile, Rishchforth Road turns south off Incline Road, look for North and you will see the burial ground that is in a small woods, about 1000 to 1200 ft. Stones can be seen in Winter only from Incline Rd."
Although I can't see now your spelling of Eleanor/Elinor/?, Mr Inskeep makes a point of correcting the spelling as it is apparently misspelled elsewhere. One other note, the directions were written to me in 1984 and perhaps the roads have changed a bit. He has a listing in my possession of all the people buried there.

CHG


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