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Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church (the "Old Stone Church")

Rev. Allen G. Hamann, editor
Books/Monographs
English
[Va.? : A.G. Hamann?], 1992-1993
109 p. : maps.

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"The original Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church was located about two miles north of the current church. The congregation was begun in 1741 and officially organized in 1746. Ten years later, in 1756, part of the present stone building was constructed. Near the former church site is the "Muse Cemetery" (named after the family owning the land since 1882). For many years, burials were conducted at both locations, though the last burial at the Muse Cemetery was probably around 1930." -- P. 2

Resources: p. 109.

Includes index.

Contents: pt. 1. Cemetery notes from the Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church (the "Old Stone Church") : inscriptions copied from the tombstones -- pt. 2. Genealogical reflections : an abbreviated look at some of the past and present inter-relationships among the families of the Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church Cemetery (the "Old Stone Church").

Includes plot maps of the cemetery.

With: Muse Cemetery musings / compiled by Rev. Allen G. Hamann.

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