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From: "lguzman" <>
Subject: [A-REV] Re: [AMER-REV] A.S.R. on Rev War Tombstone
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 09:24:39 -0500
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American Soldier of the Revolution?

Lila

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From: "Christopher Barttels" <>
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Sent: Saturday, July 19, 2003 1:09 AM
Subject: [AMER-REV] A.S.R. on Rev War Tombstone


> Hello all,
>
> A search led me to John Stoner, apparently a Rev. War soldier, who is
buried in the Revolutionary War section, of Presbyterian Cemetery, near
Rome, Blooming Grove Twp, Richland co., Ohio.
>
> The tombstone transcriptions reads:
>
> John Stoner A.S.R. 1775
>
> Is this A.S.R. an early form of the SAR?
>
> Is there any quick way to find out more about this John Stoner? Perhaps
the SAR Patriot Index?
>
> Thanks so much for any help.
>
>
> Christopher Barttels
> Dayton, WA
>
>
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