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Re: Elizabeth Newlin born 1777 in Chester, Co. PA
Posted by: Deborah Hudon (ID *****7878) Date: February 03, 2012 at 11:03:25
In Reply to: Elizabeth Newlin born 1777 in Chester, Co. PA by Debra Najera of 730

Hi Debra,
I was excited to see your posting on genforum regarding Elizabeth (Newlin) Hill. Have you made any progress on finding her parents? I was looking at www.findagrave.com, and I see there are two graveyards with almost the same name beside each other - the concord friends orthodox burial ground, and the concord friends cemetery. A note on the Cemetery main page reads as follows -

"Cemetery notes and/or description:
There are two separate cemeteries connected to the Concord Friends, one that is toward the back and walled in (this one) and the larger cemetery known as Concord Friends Cemetery (the Hicksite burial grounds). The WPA survey helped clarify which was which."

There are Newlins buried in both of these graveyards, in case you haven't checked them out?

My husband is a descendant of Isaac Cochran, Elizabeth's second husband. I have not found a marriage date for them as yet, but I do know she survived him, and apparently she was mentioned in Isaac's will.

I have only recently started our research into the Cochran family, and I would be thrilled if you could tell me what happened to Elizabeth after the death of Isaac? Did she stay in Chester Co., did she have children from her 1st marriage to William Hill? So many questions..... lol...

Happy researching!
Debbie


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