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I'm trying to document the site of the grave of a Revolutionary War veteran by the name of James Denman that died in Georgia around 1840.  Where is his grave?

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Joan, have you tried ancestry.com ? Also wherever he was they must have Historical Societies that have a lot of information. If you find other members at ancestry who have the same last name they sometimes have info they found while searching for their family. Also Genweb has a surname board you can check.

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