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For several years my husband, his sister and cousins have tried to locate the grave where Revolutionary Soldier, Samuel Mosely was put to rest. We were told the grave was at the old Eastanollee Cemetery or could be at the Stonecypher Family Cementery however, with a little research we have concluded it may be at the Moseley Family Cemetery at Eastanollee, Georgia. The Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors, Patriots and Pioneers, volume 2, has the following info. A Native of Bute County, North Carolina, he entered servivce in Franklin County and served as a private in the North Carolina Militia. He served until the close of the war and later lived in South Carolina and then Franklin County, Georgia where he applied for a pension. He was Buried : On the old Moseley property on Eastanollee Creek and Oggs Branch.
From an abstract of GRAVES of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol 3 L-R it is stated the grave is on family property, few miles south of Toccoa, GA.