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Re: cemetary photos from All Hallows Cemetary & churc
Posted by: Jean Duer Ashe Date: December 29, 2001 at 07:46:45
In Reply to: cemetary photos from All Hallows Cemetary & churc by Cheryl Marquis of 466

Did the person who sent the pictures include any other pictures besides Davis? My ancestors are buried in All Hallows also. I went there back in September. Got pictures of my grgrgrgrgrandfather and his son's graves. Found since then that his daughter and family are also buried there. Names on Headstones are Duer, Hayward, White. Some Purnell, Powell. The secretary for the church is rather new, but I found a woman who had been the secretary for 8 years previously that knew where to look for cemetery records. Snow Hill libray has a ton of info to go thru. They have a Worcester room. Check out Land records book. It is a fountain of all kinds of info. I was able to find the names of father, brotheres, sons and daughters. Check out orphan records. With all the wars that happened, it left alot of children as orphans, some ended up being raisedf by siblings, also those records show children learning trades. My familu was willaim and Ann Duer, sons Joshua and Mary, James and Nancy(my grgrgrgrgrand. Sons William(died at age 14 buried with father in All Hallows) Robert,Nancy(married John Hayward),Margaret(married Henry E. White)& Peter. Please contact me if any looks familiar to you. jadaflashe51@aol.com. Jean Duer Ashe


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