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Opening: 28 verso, 29 recto
Date(s) of entries: August 18, 1863
Author: William Cline
Content: Tombstone inscription

Number: MSN/CW 8007-29

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Beneath this sode repose
The Ashes of
Mrs Aminta. E. Moseley,
who Departed this life
Decmber 31st 1858,
AE, 83 yeres.
fore nearly half, a, century She
was the stay and succour of
The Presbyterian faith,
in This vicinity
Permitted to live until the
competion of This Presente
Church edifice.
she now rests in the firste
grave made in its precincts


in comemory
in commemoration whereof
ande to perpetuate .a. name
fro for consistant dignity of
charity christian character
And loved
fore the tender virtues of
Domestic life
this stone is raised
By Hur childeren

These verces ware taken forome a tume stone in Green witch grave yarde in August 18th 1863

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