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Re: Nathan Grover 1816 to 1900
Posted by: David Nace (ID *****1716) Date: November 15, 2009 at 07:28:50
In Reply to: Re: Nathan Grover 1816 to 1900 by Tim Gruber of 794

Thanks Tim,
Nathan was my great great grandfather and my current brick wall in the family tree. I wasn't sure which church he belonged to, but hadn't checked St Paul's. His son's family (Henry's) were members of the Reformed Church in East Mauch Chunk. I don't remember the name of that church, but it was on a corner - either 3rd or 4th and North or Center. We used to walk down there from my gram's house on Lehigh St. I think that was built around the late 1870's or early 1880's. My gram used to clean the church there during the depression.

I have the gravesite information and their marriage information, but haven't been able to find obits yet. Will check the Register of Wills. This may also have their street address information. Nathan sort of disappeared for the 1880 and 1900 census records, so don't know if he moved from E Mauch Chunk.

Thanks again.

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