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Looking for graves of Patriots fallen in "Fire of Hannahstown, PA"

Journal by sharleen51

I recently learned that my grx6 grandfather (Samuel Steele) fought in the Indian/Canadian Mounties attack on Hannahstown, Westmoreland Co. PA. This battle resulted in the burning of Hannastown. This was part of the Revolutionary War. Samuel was there along with his son Isaac Steele. Isaac Steele either escaped the Indians/canadians or was saved with other people who stayed within a fort a few days. However, I learned that my gr-grandfather Samuel fell during this attack. How could I find out where all the victims of this attack were buried? I have searched on findagrave.com with no results. Some of the victims were shot dead, and others died in the fire.

Surnames: STEELE
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by sharleen51 Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-05-04 00:10:15

sharleen51 has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2011. is researching the following names: STEELE, STEELORSTEELE, STEELEORSTEEL and 7 other(s).

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