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At least 30 unmarked plain rock grave from soldiers who fought with General Washington at the Battle of Brandywine. can

These soldiers died from their injuries after the battle of Brandywine. General Washington brought... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
Peg W
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Collegeville, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

These soldiers died from their injuries after the battle of Brandywine. General Washington brought the troops to what was then known as Keely's church on a hill overlooking Schwenksville. Many died from their injuries at the site. The DAR erected a memorial stone to the...More

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