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Re: The Story of William Chew 1671 to 1709
Posted by: Barry Needle (ID *****9710) Date: April 10, 2010 at 17:12:45
In Reply to: Re: The Story of William Chew 1671 to 1709 by Glenn Brown of 856

My son lives near Shipley's Grant. I took a short walk this afternoon taking some photos of the area for some friends. At one point I stumbled upon the graves of William Chew Brown and Elizabeth Shipley Brown. Do you know where this grave site is? If you don't know the location, I'd be happy to forward it and the photographs to you. Sadly, the grave site seems to have been neglected.

Barry


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