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Wise County historical inventory : family burying grounds

by James Taylor Adams
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
St. Louis, Missouri : R.R. Seibel and D.A. Griffith, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel ; 16 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript ([24], 352, [2] leaves).

Contents: Baker graveyard -- Hillman graveyard -- Roberson graveyard, The Pound, Va. -- Wells Cemetery, Esserville, Va. (only those with birth dates before 1800 included) -- The Win Wells graveyard -- Hamilton graveyard, Esserville -- Bond graveyard -- Gray graveyard -- Robinson graveyard -- Isham Hall graveyard -- Wise Cemetery, Wise, Wise, Va. -- Hamilton graveyard -- Gilliam graveyard -- Levi Cantrell graveyard -- Jinnie Cantrell graveyard -- Bolling graveyard -- Vanover graveyard -- Lone grave [Milburn Boggs] -- Basil Mullins graveyard -- Three little graves -- Mullens graveyard -- Dotson graveyard -- Eli Mullins graveyard -- Noah Mullins graveyard -- The Wick Nash graveyard -- The Blaine Roberson graveyard -- The Alexander Hall graveyard -- The Isham Cox graveyard -- The Rafe Kilgore graveyard -- The Graville Carter graveyard -- The Daniel Dotson graveyard -- The Jimmie Cantrell graveyard -- The Billy Dotson graveyard -- The Lonesome Lige Mullins graveyard -- The Jill Hill graveyard -- The Joe Stallard graveyard -- The Noah Mullins graveyard -- The Levi Cantrell graveyard -- The Shurd Mullins graveyard -- The Jim Baker graveyard -- The Bad John Wright graveyard -- The Elbert Cantrell graveyard -- The Church graveyard -- The Standifer graveyard -- The Hozy John Bolling graveyard -- The

Needlehead John Bolling graveyard -- The Mart Wright graveyard -- The Charlie Gibson graveyard -- The Soward graveyard -- The Spence Branham graveyard -- The Daniel Boggs graveyard -- The Doctor Haddon graveyard -- The Jim Boy Bryand graveyard -- The Jesse Austin graveyard -- The Billy Addington graveyard -- The Mart Branham graveyard -- The Jim Powers graveyard -- The Jim Venters graveyard -- The George Snodgrass graveyard -- The Kilbourn graveyard -- The Clark graveyard -- The Bobby Beverly graveyard -- The Jim Roberson graveyard -- The Isham Hall graveyard -- The Brownlow Powers graveyard -- The Doctor John Hillman graveyard -- The old Uncle Johnny Gilliam graveyard -- The Ellis Dean graveyard -- The Daniel Hoge graveyard -- The Nicholas Horne graveyard -- The David Byrnes graveyard -- The George Wampler graveyard -- The William McNiel graveyard -- The Billy Bond graveyard -- The Ira Gilliam graveyard -- The John Stallard graveyard -- The Joel Beveraly graveyard -- The George Buchanan graveyard -- The Dave Lipps graveyard -- The Jim Black Gilley graveyard -- The Newt Mills graveyard -- The Allen Powers graveyard -- The Winn Wells graveyard -- The Nelce Hamilton graveyard -- The Henry Hill graveyard -- The Will Roberts

graveyard -- The John Renfro graveyard.

Record gives location of cemetery and in most cases inscriptions from tombstones in the cemetery. In some cases, only the oldest stones are listed. A history of the cemetery and notes on those buried there is given for most graveyards.

IN James Taylor Adams collection. Box 67.

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