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Inscriptions of tombstones in cemeteries of Augusta and Rockingham counties, Virginia, copied April 1946 : with a brief sketch of the history of churches connected with the cemeteries, including pictures of Augusta Stone Church, Cross Keys, and Mount Tabor

compiled by Mrs. C.F. Rudolph
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970
on 1 microfilm reel : ill. ; 35 mm.


Microreproduction of original typescript (30 p.) written in 1947.

Presented by Mrs. C.F. (Frances Lee) Rudolph through the Frances Scott Chapter.

Includes index.

Contains a brief history of churches; pictures of churches; relationship of families; and cemeteries of Cross Keys, Fort Defiance (new and old), Hebron, Mount Tabor, St. John's.

Covers ca. 1770-1946.



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