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Re: Nathaniel Hazen REALLY in Revolutionary War????
Posted by: susannah (ID *****3191) Date: November 29, 2007 at 21:17:09
In Reply to: Re: Nathaniel Hazen REALLY in Revolutionary War???? by Wayne Gillespie of 1473

Just an afterthought...
I was noticing you have already been to the Providence Baptist Church Cemetery! I was a sunday school teacher there! I am guessing that you were at both of the cemeteries. The old cemetery across the street, next to the church as well as the tiny cemetery on the other side of the more traveled road. It is smaller but newer tombstones? If I remember correctly, that was the site of the first log church at that location, then it burned down. I remember Grandma telling stories about a flood and the coffins coming up out of the ground at the older of the two cemeteries. She confirmed that a person's hair keeps growing. Maybe she was a storyteller, maybe I have an enhancing memory, or could this be a reason that there would have been a "re-grading" at the cemetery?


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