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I believe this particular Ebenezer, there are several, died in 1850. I have his will from Tazewell,Va. He held the record for most bears killed in that area, just above Squire Thomas Peery, whose family Ebenezer was supposed to have married into, assuming I have the correct Ebenezer. Before it was called Tazewell is was Jeffersonville. He lived in the Maiden Springs area & was 1 of the 1st setttlers. One of the Peery's told me the Peery family cemetery is on the fairground road , but not sure exactly where.It's possible he could be buried there. There was an obit, but I haven't seen it. In the Library there is lots info, including a pic of him & family. He is the middle link between Elder William of the Mayflower, & my great-grandfather Ira Brewster. There are many Brewster's in the Grassy Church Cemetery in Bishop, but don't think there are any that old. Hope this helps, Karen