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FIRST SETTLER'S GRAVE
One mile north is the grave of John Lewis, first settler in this region, who came here in 1732 and died in 1762. He chose the site of the town of Staunton. His four sons, Thomas, Andrew, William and Charles, took an important part the Indian and Revolutionary Wars.
Conservation & Development Commission, 1929