Your recent letter mentioned Hovey's selection of Jonathan F., 1775 to 1812 as father of Nathaniel who married Martha Brewster.
I received conflicting opinions from Hovey, different correspondences during the time he was working on the history.He first named Jonathan, but later he named John, of about 1775 to 1812.
I just became aware of this during my current reviewings.This suggests that Hovey ran into some confusion in that time area, and sheds some doubt on his decision.If, indeed, he did end with one.
And, I now see that both are with the same birth and death dates (years).Hmm!!.Except that the birth date for John was listed as '"about" 1775.Could be, maybe.
Another point of interest, and you said you might visit the cemetary, is that Amos is buried next to Nathaniel and Martha, in a row.I reserve the right to correct myself, if necessary.I had the information and I'm still looking for it.I'll let you know as soon as I find it.