[This cemetery may also be known as the Brewer? or McKane? Cemetery. It is located to the left of the 7th fairway of Riverforest County Club. There are approximately 30 field stones, the majority broken and illegible. Also a memorial marker is located on the 4th fairway indicating that this is the site of the Massy Harbison cabin. From this location Massy Harbison was capture by Indians and her two children were killed and scalped. The poster, Tom Nagy, is a member of Riverforest CC]
BREWER William BREWER March 5 18__
see SARAH BREWER JONES
CARVER Robert CARVER died Mar 15, 1882 aged 8lyr 2mo 24days "Our Brother"
DOUGALL Samuel DOUGALL born May 14, 1801 died Jan 26, 1882 "Father"
Sarah J. DOUGALL born June 24, 1803 died April 21, 1877 "Mother"
DRYDEN In Memory of Ruth Ann wife of Wm. DRYDEN who departed this life in the 24 year of her age
JONES Sarah Brewer wife of James JONES died March 22 1884 aged 88 years
McKANE Elizabeth wife of Wm. McKANE died Oct 4th 1847 in the 80th year of her age
In Memory of Wm. McKANE who died Aug 16, 1846 aged 78 years
George W. McKANE son of Hugh and Margaret McKANE died [illegible]
NIMAN Elizabeth wife of Cyrus NIMAN died July 2, 1881 aged 71y 2m 28 days "Our Sister"
Contributed by Tom Nagy. for use by the Westmoreland County Genealogy Project (http://www.pa-roots.com/westmoreland/)
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