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The Shipley Cemetery
Posted by: Barbara McHugh (ID *****3370) Date: September 17, 2010 at 12:38:10
In Reply to: Re: The Story of William Chew 1671 to 1709 by Barry Needle of 856

Hi Barry,
When you visited the Shipley Cemetery, were you able to read any of the other headstones? My mother told me that we have relatives buried there, but I don't remember who. Mom died 4 years ago and I haven't been able to find any documentation online about the other people who were buried there. Mom's ancestors were the Browns.


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