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Filed under Anne Arundel County, Brunswick County, Delaware, Maryland, New Hanover County, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Portsmouth, Prince George County, Slavery, Stories in Stone, U. S. Colored Troops, Virginia, Wilmington
Tagged as Anacostia, Anne Arundel County, Brunswick County, cemetery, Civil War, Civil War sailors, Craig, English poets, family history, Fishers Hill Cemetery, Fort Fisher, genealogy, Hymn, Maryland, Mt. Calvary Cemetery Complex, Mt. Olive Cemetery, NC, New Hanover County, North Carolina, Orton, Portsmouth, Preservation, Prince George County, Slavery, Tidewater, US Navy, USN, Virginia, Washington D.C., William Grogan
Filed under Delaware, Lincolnsville, Norfolk County, North Carolina, Stories in Stone, USCT Diaries, Virginia
Tagged as Cedar Grove Cemetery, cemetery, Civil War, Civil War sailors, Craig, Delaware, Elliott, Emanuel A.M.E., Eugene J. Bass, genealogy, Joseph J. France, Lincoln Memorial, Lincolnsville, Maryland, Mt. Calvary Cemetery Complex, Norfolk County Va., Orton, Petersburg, Portsmouth, Quaker, Rev. John H. Offer, Tidewater, U. S. Colored Troops, Underground Railroad, US Navy, Virginia
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African American Cemeteries of Tidewater Virginia and North Carolina