A History of Uniontown: The County Seat of Fayette County, Pennsylvania Author: Hadden, James, 1845-1923, Uniontown, PA JAMES HADDEN – author of Washington's & Braddock's Expeditions Akron, Ohio: Printed by the New Werner Co., 1913
OLD METHODIST EPISCOPAL CEMETERY PETER STREET, UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE CO., PA
GRIFFITH, CHARLES GREENBERRY (b. 1790), d. July 7, 1839 age 49 (pg. 643) GRIFFITH, MARTHA LOUISA, died March 5, 1839 age 18 (pg. 643)
Pg. 683 ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY ON MORGANTOWN STREET GRIFFITH, ELIZA, wife of JOHN H. GRIFFITH, died June 28, 1868, aged 88 years, 5 months, 3 days.
Pg. 79 Lot No. 37 – The first purchaser of this lot was James Gregg, for five pounds, Feb. 28, 1792.Joseph Huston, an (pg. 80) iron master and prominent citizen of the town, erected on the eastern part of this lot the first brick house built in the town, in the year 1789, and was its first occupant and continued to live here for several years although never its owner.This property came into possession of John Wood, a saddler and merchant of the town in 1792, who sold it two years later to Jonathan Rowland who occupied it until 1829.It was for many years known as the Rowland property.Mr. Rowland sold it to his son, Thomas, and his son-in-law, CHARLES G. GRIFFITH, and moved to Wharton Township, where he died Sept. 22, 1830.