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Re: WHITING CEM. near Phillipstown
Posted by: Brenda Baker (ID *****9153) Date: October 28, 2008 at 17:42:55
In Reply to: Re: WHITING CEM. near Phillipstown by Kathleen Gloyne of 829

Is the Whiting cemetsry the one in Phillipstown, that is
located at the end of a little road going by the side of
a residence, and is just a matter of feet from the back of the residence? The reason I ask this, I was in Phillipstown
and was looking for my grandparents graves. I didn't know
which cemetery they were buried in, but, I did come across
an old tombstone that said "Nannie Miller, wife of George"
My grandparents were George Miller and Nancy (Cooper) Miller. I had found several "Cooper" names in a larger cemetery by the main highway, on the way there. I would also like to know if there is a William Short. If you could help me I would certainly appreciate it. Thanks.

Brenda Baker

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