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 Cemeteries and Headstones in Chester Co., Pennsylvania, United States


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Friends Burying Ground, "Old" Kennett Meeting, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Harlan Immigrant Ancestors
Harlan Immigrant Ancestors
These are the immigrant ancestors of the Harlan family. 
     
Mary Harlan Webb (d. 1750)
Mary Harlan Webb (d. 1750)
I assume from what is left on this stone that it is her grave. 
     
Old Kennett Burying Ground
Old Kennett Burying Ground
This picture is taken with the Meeting House behind the photographer's back. The Webb graves are to the right, just out of the image.  
     
Old Kennett Meeting
Old Kennett Meeting
This picture is taken from the entrance to the burying ground, which extends behind the photographer. The Harlan family is immediately to the left of the photo, out of view.  
     
Old Kennett Meeting
Old Kennett Meeting
This is not a Monthly Meeting any more; meetings are held there a few times a year for anyone from the surrounding region.  
     
Webb/Harlan family graves
Webb/Harlan family graves
The darker stone in the foreground is so worn as to be illegible, though it clearly has a "W" on it. 
     
William Webb (d. 1753)
William Webb (d. 1753)
I assume that this is his stone, but of course it is very worn.  
     


Friends Burying Ground, New Garden, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Bayard Gregg (d. 1862)
Bayard Gregg (d. 1862)
He died at one month old. 
     
George Gregg (d. 1833)
George Gregg (d. 1833)
 
     
George Gregg (d. 1870) and Lydia Logan Gregg (d. 1911)
George Gregg (d. 1870) and Lydia Logan Gregg (d. 1911)
 
     
Hannah Bailey Gregg (d. 1861)
Hannah Bailey Gregg (d. 1861)
 
     
New Garden Meeting and Burying Ground
New Garden Meeting and Burying Ground
The Meeting house is on the left; it is one of the only ones in the area which is made of brick. This shows the oldest area of the burying ground. 
     
Sarah Gregg (d. 1855)
Sarah Gregg (d. 1855)
She never married.