I've just returned from a "heritage tour" through the northeast with my father. I had discovered photos from the not-too-distant past of a log block house originally constructed by Simon McGrew, probably about 1765, during the establishment of the Quaker community in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. However, I was unable to definitively locate the cabin, although we discovered a partially collapsed relict just southwest of Rilltown that we believe may be its remains, or at least the remains of an early McGrew cabin (most of the northern part of Sewickley Twp, was owned by McGrew's in the early 1800s). Is there anyone familiar with this line who may be able to help me identify the ownership history of the cabin? I know that the cabin was subsequently owned by Simon McGrew's son, William, through most of the 19th century, and the site we identified appeared to be one of two attributed to "W. McGrew" on the 1858 Westmoreland County land ownership Atlas.