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Chew Geneaology (#47071335)
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Steven Shupp
I checked the pictures that I took with the ones that are already posted in the cemetery on find a grave and they already have the ones I have taken.

If I can help in any other way please let me know.

Added by Steven Shupp on Apr 17, 2013 7:44 PM
Steven Shupp
Richland Co. Ohio Chew's
I checked the cemetery that I the information on before. I think there is some that I had not listed before. However, I did not find an Andrew Chew. The photo that I had of the stone was just as hard to read in person as it was in my photo. I have taken several photos of the Chew headstones that I had found in the cemetery. I will be posting those later tonight and I will send you message when I get them entered.

I did locate the church and I believe it would be the one that would have the records for the cemetery. That would be as follow:
Rome Cummunity Church
499 State Route 603
Shiloh, OH 44878
(419) 896-2309

Again I will enter the information later this evening.

Hope this helps.
Added by Steven Shupp on Apr 16, 2013 1:17 PM
Steven Shupp
RE: Andrew chew
The name of the cemetery is:
Rome Presbyterian Church Revolutionary War Cemetery
Also known as: Bloominggrove Township Cemetery, Rome West Cemetery

I am not sure if the church in the area is still Presbyterian or not.

It is located on St. Rt. 603. If you google Richland County on google maps you will see the cemeteries to the west of St. Rt. 13. Chew's were found in the three cemeteries around the Shanondoah area.

I hope this helps

Added by Steven Shupp on Apr 15, 2013 8:55 PM
Steven Shupp
RE: Andrew chew
Hi Gail,
I am not sure either but by looking at my photos that I took it does look like one of the names on one of the stones is A.M. Chew. I will be going towards that cemetery tomorrow and I will try to remember to stop and double check the stone. I am not related to this person but did do a photo requests awhile back.

I tried looking for the person that requested the photo and I could not find it. About the only extra information I can tell you is that the cemetery is very small and is primarily a civil war soldier cemetery. The area now is predominately Mennonite and Amish. I am not sure of the church's in the area as well. It is in Richland County and the local towns are Shiloh, Shanondoah, and Rome. If there is anything else I can help you with, let me know I will see what I can do.

Added by Steven Shupp on Apr 15, 2013 7:34 PM
Roger Rhoads
Capitola Chew
Her maiden name was Crull, and one of my very distant relatives was her grandmother.
Added by Roger Rhoads on Nov 25, 2009 1:24 PM

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