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Re: Hampton Brethern Cemetery
Posted by: Carolyn Miller (ID *****5549) Date: May 31, 2005 at 17:36:13
In Reply to: Hampton Brethern Cemetery by Gloria of 974

If you haven't found the cemetery yet, there is a St. John's Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery at Rt. 94 just north of the intersection with Rt. 394. It is a fairly large cemtery adjacent to the orignal site of the Union Church where several denominations worshipped together in the 1800's. I have a small database of people buried there, if you would like to contact me I can check for your people.

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