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Tombstone inscriptions of Alexandria

Alexandria tombstone inscriptions
by Wesley E. Pippenger
Books/Monographs
English
  • Westminster, Maryland : Family Line Publications, c1992-
  • Arlington, Virginia : W.E. Pippenger, c2005
5 v. : maps.

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Includes indexes.

Contents: v. 1. First Presbyterian Church, Trinity United Methodist Church, Home of Peace, Agudas Achim, and Penny Hill cemeteries -- v. 2. Union Cemetery of the Methodist Episcopal Church South and Methodist Protestant Cemetery -- v. 3. Boundaries of the town and city of Alexandria, 1749 to 1915; areas annexed by Alexandria in 1915 and 1929; abandoned, threatened or destroyed cemeteries; map of Alexandria 1877; Christ Church Episcopal Cemetery and Graveyard; Douglass Memorial Cemetery; Lebanon Union Church Cemetery; Oakland Baptist Church Cemetery; Summers Family Cemetery; Theological Seminary Cemetery -- v. 4. Bethel Cemetery -- v. 5. Alexandria National (Soldiers) Cemetery (1862), St. Mary's Catholic Church Cemetery (1795), St. Paul's Episcopal Church Cemetery (1809), addendum.

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