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Index of Ebenezer cemeteries, Loudoun Co., VA 1888 - 1940

Anne Vestal Miller, compiler & editor ; Jane Teel Norman, co-editor
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Rocky Mount, Virginia : Old Mill Printers, 1998
[viii], 60, [1] p. : col. ill., maps.
Special 2nd ed.

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Title taken from cover.

Authors taken from cover.

Information was transcribed from the old and new cemeteries which are by the old and new Ebenezer churches in Loudoun County, Virginia. The churches are probably of the Baptist denomination.

Divided into three sections; the first is arranged by burial date, the second by surname, and the third by new lot number. First two sections give the name of the deceased, new and old lot numbers, and burial date. Section 3 gives the name of the deceased, new lot numbers, and burial date.

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