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From Route 220, turn onto Route 287 North. Travel 1.5 miles, turn right onto Larrysville Road (Township Road T365). Go about .1 mile and turn left onto Devil's Elbow Road (SR 3010). Follow Devil's Elbow Road about .2 mile to private dirt road - driveway on left (Marshall's mailbox). Turn into driveway and when you come to the Marshall home, the cemetery is located in a stand of trees in front of the house.
This was probably a family plot. There is a white stone on a small hill, placed by Fort Antes Chapter DAR, near Seely's Run, which marks the site of this grave. There are no dates given. Other graves are in the plot but none are marked. Little is known of this Revolutionary Soldier except that he died prior to June 5, 1792 when Testamentary Letters were issued to Elizabeth Seely, likely the widow. Captain Seely was taxed at this spot, then Lycoming Township, in 1786-1787, when he alredy had a saw mill. The little hill where the graves are is directly behind the old mill site, which mill continued under various managers for many generations. The little village which grew up around it was named "Millville", later changed to Larryville.
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