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See also the main article on genealogical research in Loudoun County, Virginia.

Loudoun Cemetery Database, courtesy: Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg, Va., is the place to start. The database contains updates to the Library's 1995 book publication and includes over 160 cemeteries, but is not yet complete (N.B. Copyrighted materials are not included; make sure to check published cemetery transcripts for omitted graveyards).[1]

Additional Loudoun County cemetery resources include:

  • "An Old Forgotten Graveyard," Northern Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Jan. 1997):44. FHL Collection [Oxley family.]
  • Arnold Grove Methodist Cemetery, Southern Genealogists Exchange Quarterly. Jacksonville FL: Winter 1965. Vol. 6 Iss. 36.
  • Balls Bluff National Cemetery, Leesburg, Reflections. Corpus Christi TX: Dec 1973. Vol. 9 Iss. 3.
  • Bazly Cemetery, Loudoun: the 1757 Legacy. Leesburg VA: Dec 1996. Vol. 4 Iss. 4.
  • Catoctin Baptist Church Cemetery, National Genealogical Society Quarterly. Arlington VA: Mar 1942. Vol. 30 Iss. 1.
  • "Cemetery Committee of Thomas Balch Library: Locating Old Family Burying Grounds," [Old Dames Cemetery] Loudoun: The 1757 Legacy, Newsletter of the Loudoun Genealogy Club, Vol. 10, No. 3 (Sep. 2002):6. FHL Collection
  • "Commonwealth of Virginia, Joint Legislative and Review Committee, Study of Revolutionary War Soldier Grave Sites, Search for Missing Soldiers of Loudoun County, Virginia, We Need Your Help!!!," Loudoun: The 1757 Legacy, Newsletter of the Loudoun Genealogy Club, Vol. 7, No. 3 (Sep. 1999):1. FHL Collection
  • Frantum, David M. Confederate Burials in Northern Virginia: The Final Bivouac of Northern Virginia's "Band of Brothers". [Virginia?]: D.M. Frantum, 2000. FHL Collection
  • Hiatt, Marty. "Loudoun Heights Cemetery," Northern Virginia Genealogy, Vol. 2, No. 1 (Jan. 1997):36. FHL Collection
  • Hiatt, Marty. Lovettsville Union Cemetery, Loudoun County, Virginia, 1879-1999. Westminster, Maryland: Willow Bend Books, 1999. FHL Collection
  • Hiatt, Marty. "Lutheran Cemetery Restoration Plans," Loudoun: The 1757 Legacy, Newsletter of the Loudoun Genealogy Club, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Mar. 1999):4. FHL Collection
  • Hillsboro United Methodist Church Black Cemetery, Northern Virginia Genealogy. Lovettsville VA: 2004. Vol. 9.
  • Jewell, Aurelia M., Walter Towner Jewell, Nada M. Seymour and Daughters of the American Revolution. Federal City Chapter (District of Columbia). Cemetery Records from Loudoun County, Virginia. FHL Collection; digital version at Internet Archive. [Online version includes the following cemeteries: Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church Cemetery, Aldie, Va.; Hamilton City Cemetery, Hamilton, Va.; Hillsboro City Cemetery, Hillsboro, Va.; Union Cemetery, Lovettsville, Va.; Old Cemetery in rear of New Jerusalem Lutheran Church, Lovettsville, Va.; Old Baptist Church Cemetery, Middleburg, Va.; Waterford Union Cemetery, Waterford, Va.; Friends Cemetery Fairfax Meeting House Churchyard, Waterford, Va.; Catoctin Methodist Church Cemetery.]
  • Jewell, Aurelia M. and Daughters of the American Revolution. Federal City Chapter (District of Columbia). Miscellaneous Records from Loudoun and Prince William Counties. Typescript, 1953-1954; microfilm reproduction: FHL Collection [Includes Mt. Pleasant Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery, Taylorstown, Loudoun County, Virginia.]
  • Jewell, Aurelia M. et al. Virginia Cemetery Records Presented to Genealogical Records Committee, District of Columbia. Typescript, 1949-1950, National Library, Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.; microfilm reproduction: FHL Collection [Includes Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church Cemetery on Route 50 in Loudoun County and Old Methodist Church Cemetery in Leesburg.]
  • Jewell, Aurelia M. W.P.A. Records of Loudoun County, Virginia. Typescript, 1936-1938; microfilm reproduction: FHL Collection
  • Kilgour-Hummer Family & Burial Site, Loudoun: The 1757 Legacy. Leesburg VA: 1995. Vol. 3 Iss. 3.
  • Middleburg Cemetery, National Genealogical Society Quarterly. Arlington VA: Jun 1931. Vol. 19 Iss. 2.
  • Old Methodist Burying Ground, Krefeld Immigrants and Their Descendants. Sacramento CA: 1985. Vol. 2 Iss. 1.
  • Saint James Episcopal Church Cemetery, Northern Virginia Genealogy. Lovettsville VA: Jul 1998. Vol. 3 Iss. 3.
  • Vestal-Miller, Anne, Jane Teel Norman, and Ebenezer Cemetery. Index of Ebenezer Cemeteries, Loudoun Co., VA 1888-1940. Rocky Mount, Va.: Old Mill Printers, 1998. FHL Collection
  • "Wilson Family Cemetery, Sam Fred Road and Berryman Lane, Middleburg, Virginia," Loudoun: The 1757 Legacy, Newsletter of the Loudoun Genealogy Club, Vol. 10, Nos. 1 & 2 (Mar.-June 2002):6. FHL Collection

References

  1. Marty Hiatt, CG, "Loudoun County, Virginia - WIKI," [Updates], unpublished document, 2010.

 

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