Record of the Man, Needles (Nedels) and Hambleton Families...1495-1876

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subscribers, 1876 - 124 pages
 

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Page 27 - In or near the stable-yard, in an open place, there is to be seen a pile of tombstones lying upon and beside each other in promiscuous confusion, on which may be read the following inscriptions : — " Here lyeth the body of John Mann, of Gloucester county, in Virginia, gentleman, aged sixty-three years, who departed this life the 7th day of January, 1694.
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