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 Subj:  Rev War Soldier's Graves
Date:  10/20/2003 7:27:56 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From:  DJCarn47
To:  JoyceTice

Hi Joyce,

Attached are photos of the three (3) Rev War soldier's graves that I placed military headstones on on Friday.  Rowley and Wilson are buried in the Alba Cemetery and Parkhurst is buried in the Granville Cemetery.  The VA inscribed the headstones as ordered with the exception of not inscribing one of the militia units Wilson served in, but they reserve the right to delete for whatever reason.  Although the headstones look like they are leaning, they were placed with a string line and a level and are straight up and down.  All the graves had never been marked with a headstone previously; only a field stone and small metal marker with their respective names on at each grave.

I want to order a headstone for Rev War soldier Elisha Andrus, also buried at Granville, but can't learn the state he served from or unit.

Jim Carn

Abraham Parkhurst, Granville Cemetery by Jim Carn Reuben Rowley, Alba Cemetery by Jim Carn Noah Wilson, Alba Cemetery by Jim Carn
Bradford County PA
Chemung County NY
Tioga County PA

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 10/21/2003
By Joyce M. Tice

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