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Posted by: Shirley Edillon (ID *****8366) Date: April 13, 2008 at 19:46:14
In Reply to: THOMAS & MARTHA TAYLOR CHEW by Frederick Madison Smith of 856

I would be interested in knowing where the Taylors lived and might be buried. I have seen that Martha Taylow Chew is buried in the Greenfield Cemetery in Rapidan. Is that correct? I would love directions so I can visit.

I just visited Montpelier today and it was beautiful. The land had a spectacular view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was so meaningful to know that Thomas Chew and Martha Taylor Chew lived in the area and certainly visited Ambrose Madison and Frances Taylor Madison very often.

I also visited the Barboursville Winery, ruins and cemetery today. I arrived too late for lunch though.

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