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Re: GLOVER, Amos Preston Co.WV early 1800's
Posted by: Ron Halbritter Date: November 06, 2000 at 16:18:59
In Reply to: Re: GLOVER, Amos Preston Co.WV early 1800's by sherry of 1448

You can't find Glover Cemetery because they changed the name, It's now called the Pleasant Hill cemetey, near Glover school, about four miles northeast of Brandonville, Grant District, Preston County, West Virginia. Edward Thorp King, in his book:
SOME EARLY FAMILIES IN GRANT AND PLEASANT DISTRICTS, has tombstone inscriptions from Glover Cemetery on page 202 and 203


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