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Re: Is South Gibson the same as Smiley?
Posted by: John Brundage (ID *****3361) Date: April 17, 2012 at 11:00:47
In Reply to: Re: Is South Gibson the same as Smiley? by Laurel Pardo of 1035

Laurel: Yes, I recall some reference to Tarbox being near the Grange Hall. I have searched the brushy hillside behind the Hall with no luck. Across the road is private property. I knocked on the door once but no one was home. Unfortunately you cannot see any evidence of a graveyard when you are standing on the road. So its location remains a mystery. I have not been up that way for a number of years (I live in SE PA), so it is not likely I will ever find it. Thanks again for all of your hard work. JBrundage


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