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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Tombstone Tuesday: Scott/Waterton Cemetery #3

These stones were around the Goss tombstones. Some of the names are familiar like Fellows and Tubbs.

The first photo is looking towards the rest of the cemetery and shows a lot of the space between the stones and of course the broken stones.




The Fellows family interacted with the Goss in the Huntington Twp., Luzerne Co., PA area.  Nathaniel Goss (1817-1887 buried in Pine Grove Cemetery) married Harriett Fellows on 15 July 1875. He married twice another wife was Lucy Fuller. He was the son of Nathaniel Goss Jr. and Thankful Forbes.  He is the grandson of Nathaniel Goss and Hannah Scott Goss.

Harriet's father was Andrus Fellows and here is his tombstone:

Andrus Fellows (1792 to 1877)

This is Sally Andrus' wife and a Lewis Fellows large tombstone:

Sally (Smith) Fellows (1793 to 1872)

A smaller stone for Lewis Fellows

Lewis Fellows (1827 to 1830)

Sarah and Abiel Fellows stones

Sarah (1802-1868) and Abiel M. Fellows (1800 to 1845) 
Find A Graves has this Scott Cemetery listed: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&CRid=46305&CScn=Scott&CScntry=4&CSst=40&

Capt. William Tubbs tombstone is next.  There might be a connection to the Goss family?

Capt. William Tubbs (1807-1865) 

I am not up on the Fellows and Tubbs family, I just knew there were possible connections both family and land.


2 comments:

  1. Bonnie, I wonder if your Fellows line traces back to MA. I've got quite a few in my tree.

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    1. Hello Barbara: Well like I wrote in the post I do not really know the Fellow family very well. I did take a look at your blog posts on Fellows and did not see a connection but I did see mention of Massachusetts and Windham, CT which was interesting. Thanks for stopping by. Bonnie

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