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Re: Nathaniel Hazen REALLY in Revolutionary War????
Posted by: Wayne Gillespie (ID *****7932) Date: November 30, 2007 at 07:52:15
In Reply to: Re: Nathaniel Hazen REALLY in Revolutionary War???? by susannah of 1473

Thanks for the feedback. I have, indeed, been to the Providence Baptist Cemetery -- but I'm not sure about the "smaller cemetery" that you refer to in your response. I have been in the cemetery across the street from the church (on the corner) where many of the stones are missing and where there are some Revolutionary War graves. I have also been to the North Sewickley Presbyterian Cemetery -- which is up the road about 1/4 mile on the right (on top of the hill). Is there yet another small cemetery associated with Providence Baptist Church in the immediate area? Would definitely be interested in any info you might have about an additional cemetery -- because other relatives that I have tried to locate may be buried there.


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