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K Friedman-Wang (#46955780)
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Henry Paul Taylor
Are you deleting e memorial #56926538, which is a duplicate?
Added by JudyF56 on Apr 26, 2017 8:45 AM
Abraham and Rachel Isaaacs
You may want to update your request for photos of these graves. The cemetery that they are buried at is now called United Jewish Cemetery Price Hill. They have a website, but do not have pictures of these two graves.
Added by Koshertwiggy on Mar 23, 2014 1:06 PM
RE: Taylor at Ebenezer
I assure you that Rev Taylor's headstone is in the Shaw Cemetery. The cemetery is referred to as the Shewey Cemetery in some places, but I don't know why unless it is on property that is or was owned by someone named Shewey. There are no stones bearing that name in the cemetery. The cemetery appears to have been a small family cemetery.
Added by wings on Apr 17, 2013 7:48 PM
RE: Taylor at Ebenezer
I'm a bit confused as to what is going on about the Shaw Cemetery. The cemetery didn't exist on Find A Grave until I put the info for it on here. Jonathan Bryan and I visited the cemetery a couple of years ago. It is on private property and is not easily accessed. It is extremely overgrown and totally neglected. It was very difficult to get to the stones to photograph them, and of course, some of them are not in good condition. I believe that Jonathan and I both took photos. As he does genealogy professionally, I gave him first credit. However, he seemed to have no further interest in the cemetery as he has no personal connection to anyone buried there. He and I haven't been in contact for quite sometime, but the Shaws and Bryans are my ancestors and I do have a personal interest in the cemetery. However, I have no connection to the Taylors. I believe that I listed all the interments that we found evidence for on the day we visited the cemetery. It is not part of the Ebenezer Church Cemetery. If I should go back to take photos, I wouldn't do it this time of year. I think going there in winter would be infinitely preferable. Anyway, as stated above, the cemetery didn't exist on Find A Grave until I created it and I don't understand how someone else has a memorial for Rev. Taylor that predates mine or why Jonathan would have provided info and/or photos for that memorial instead of adding it to my memorial. If he was communicating with someone else about this cemetery and providing them with info about those interred there, I don't know why he didn't say something about it at the time I was trudging up the hill, and fighting briars with him to visit the cemetery. My memorial # for Rev. Taylor is 67073151.
Added by wings on Apr 17, 2013 5:19 PM
RE: Taylor burials
Additionally, it's possible that Hugh Paul was buried in the 'Old Ebenezer Church Cemetery'. That cemetery is connected per Carol Harlow's belief at the site of the old Ebenezer Methodist Church site (not the current one). That site has Edward Bryan buried and at least one Taylor (not Hugh Paul). The two cemeteries, Shaw and Old Ebenezer, are about 300-400 yards distant from each other. Shaw is located on a rise buried in thick brush and woods (between Turkey Hill Rd and Whiteside Rd), and Old Ebenezer is low down near the Maury River (north off Lindsey Lane between Turkey Hill Rd and Maury River). Another possible location I would check would be Timber Ridge Cemetery, and old Presbyterian site. I called a friend to check on it.
Added by Jonathan on Apr 16, 2013 9:38 AM
RE: Hugh Paul Taylor
I don't think he's in the Shaw Cemetery. Last I knew he moved to Washington County or was it the city of Winchester? Have you checked his last known location? I'm not saying he's not buried in Rockbridge.......that is certainly plausible. Hugh Paul is one of the most intriguing historical figure I've come across. I would love to read the historical book he wrote. I've seen a blurb of it! Fascinating.
Added by Jonathan on Apr 16, 2013 9:12 AM
RE: Thank you
You're welcome. I'm happy to help.
Added by Dyane on Mar 10, 2012 9:42 AM
Peter Johnston
RE: Thank you
Sorry, forgot the memorial....It lists all the Revolutionary War Vets that served Giles County, located at the Giles County Courthouse in Pearisburg, Virginia
Added by Peter Johnston on Jan 17, 2012 4:19 PM
Peter Johnston
RE: Thank you
The pictures are of the Henderson family graveyard just outside of Blacksburg...It took me forever to find it. I eventually ended up on someone's private property whose wife was a Henderson and he gave me the directions. Unfortunately, John and Mary's grave stones have weathered so badly that we are not quite sure which one's are theirs. We just know that they are there. Cemetery is well kept. I do have a few more pictures if anyone is interested. I descend from his youngest daughter Jane who married Col. Andrew Johnston of Pearisburg VA. I just received approval from the SAR qualifying John.
Added by Peter Johnston on Jan 17, 2012 4:13 PM
Thanks for the photo of Andrew Susong's memorial headstone. It looks to have been erected rather recently. Do you know by whom? It's unfortunate that it does not list his 4th child, Rebecca Eleanor Susong, who was born in about 1776. On 28 Jan 1797 in Rockbridge, VA, she married Frederick Barger b. about 1775 also in Rockbridge Virginia.

Added by Hallie on Jul 08, 2011 2:59 AM
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