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Re: James C. Greenway of Abingdon, Va
Posted by: Linda (Nolan Layman (ID *****8388) Date: April 14, 2009 at 16:32:48
In Reply to: Re: James C. Greenway of Abingdon, Va by Rieta Kellenbeck Ebberts of 803

I have a brochure on the Sinking Springs Cemetery. Regarding Burial Site #8:

"The elegantly carved Victorian monuments (pictured) commemorating members of the Greenway family stand on the rise where the first Sinking Spring Presbyterial Church once stood. The patriarch John Campbell Greenway, was a successful merchant in Abingdon. With his brother David C. Greenway and partner Thomas Preston Trigg, he built the Greenway-Trigg house on East Main Street to accommodate their families and businesses. John's wife was Margaret Christian Greenway."

I am not researching these people and have no further information. The brochure is put out by the Town of Abingdon and the Historical Society of Washington County.


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