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Re: Revolutionary War Soldier Burials.
Posted by: Ernie Lasley (ID *****4972) Date: January 21, 2004 at 07:08:08
In Reply to: Re: Revolutionary War Soldier Burials. by Terry of 816

Thomas Kitchen is buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery and has a military marker there:

Thomas Kitchen
Pvt, VA Line company
Revolutionary War
April 27, 1764
August 23, 1847

I can e-mail you a photo of the marker in .jpg format if you want it, or you can save it from the photo on our "Cemeteries" website here:

http://www.rootsquest.com/~jmurphy/gibson/gibcem/un_mount_moriah/thomas_kitchen.htm

Our listings for Mt. Moriah do not show Joshua Kitchens because no stone was found. If you hava a record or information that he is buried there, we can add his name to our listings. Our current list is here:

http://www.rootsquest.com/~jmurphy/gibson/gibcem/un_mount_moriah.htm

We show James Kitchen in Spillman Cemetery in our listings here:

http://www.rootsquest.com/~jmurphy/gibson/gibcem/un_spillman.htm

I work mainly with cemetery listings and Revolutionary War burials, and have no knowledge of the relationship of James, Thomas and Joshua.


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