Moses Sharp provided the land to the city which bears his name, that is Sharpsburg. George's deed gives the northern boundry
of his land as Fleming Pond, located approximately where the water tower stands, adjacent to today's Sharpsburg cemetery, Crown Hill.
The southern boundry appears to spill into Montgomery County and is stated at 1,000 acres lying between Somerset and Flat Creeks,
not including the land that George already owned. It is possible that George's land includes the location of Sharpsburg's Crown Hill Cemetery.
For map location of the Sharp Cemetery see http://bit.ly/moses_sharp The GPS coordinates point to the middle of Goodpaster's field. The Sharp Cemetery
is located in the upper right hand corner. A portion of the field appears to form a pointer to the cemetery!