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Old Chapel, Clarke County, Virginia

[compiled] by Charles Randolph Hughes
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2015

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Digital images of original published: Berryville, Va. : The Blue Ridge Press, c1906. 74 p. : ill.

Contents: Historical sketch of the Old Chapel / by William N. Nelson -- Decoration Day address / W. H. Whiting, Jr. -- [Letter] A gentleman of Verona / Thomas M. Nelson -- The Cemetery record / [compiled by Charles Randolph Hughes?].

Old Chapel was formed in the early 1700s but the surviving church was built in 1790.

The letter by Thomas M. Nelson refers to his service in Company C, Second Regiment, Stonewall Brigade, during the Civil War. It mentions a number of names of men who served with him and were buried in the Old Chapel Cemetery.

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