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Freedom Rd., State Rd. Slave cemetery
Posted by: Norma Rice (ID *****6854) Date: August 18, 2010 at 05:51:45
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I am seeking information for the slave cemetery on the Freedom Rd. It was close to site of my great great grandfather's home.

My ancester arrived in Hartford area in 1825-1826 on the tax records. Joseph Custer had 3 children, George S., b. February 11, 1823, John P. Custer, b. February 19, 1824, and Samuel Custer, Federal Census, 1850 as 25 years. His date of birth though was February 18, 1826.

On the 1860 Federal Census, Samuel appears on Mercer Co., PA census. Stoneboro, Mercer Co., PA.

His grandfather, [Emanuel Custen/Custer & Ann Miller] was on the 1820 Federal Census. He was said to have lived to one hundred yrs or more. [c1854].

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