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Bagwell Cemetery
Millsboro, Sussex County, Delaware

Warwick Road Farm, Millsboro DE

Lat: 38° 35' 36"N, Lon: 75° 14' 06"W

Contributed by Audra Hart, Aug 01, 2010, last edited Aug 04, 2010 [audramhart@gmail.com]. Total records = 7.

To reach this cemetery from the town of Millsboro take Rte 24 (John J Williams Hwy) east for 4 miles, turn right onto Warwick Road. (Rd 310A), proceed .8 miles. The cemetery is located in the field just north of the supply shed.

This is a very small family cemetery located directly in the middle of a working farm. It is not possible to get access to the cemetery when crops are planted, as there is no road or path leading to the stones. Permission is necessary, but not easily obtainable from the current landowner.

One overturned and mostly buried stone identified from records in Hudson & Tatnall's Cemetery Records of Sussex County, Delaware, Tatnall p. 150, Hudson p. 550, Cemetery #495.

Dale Hart and I walked and read this cemetery, using a digital camera, on Jul 29, 2010. This transcription includes all existing and legible stones and markers at that time.

- Audra Hart

* indicates information from Hudson & Tatnall CD

Bagwell, ??, d. 10 Feb 1810, "wife of William, dau of Woolsey & Elizabeth"
Bagwell, Ann Burton, d. 17 Aug 1814, age: 89y 8m 0d, wife of Thomas Bagwell
Bagwell, Anna Burton, d. 22 Aug 1813, age: 25y 4m 3d, daughter of William & Ann
Bagwell, Sarah, d. 23 May 1820, age: 36y 3m 2d, daughter of William & Ann, believed to be overturned stone *
Bagwell, William, d. 13 Nov 1787, age: 58y 10m 11d
Burton, Woolsey, d. 13 Jan 1771, age: 30y 3m 21d, "son of Woolsey Burton, Esq & his wife Elizabeth"
Kollock, William Shepard, d. 25 Sep 1807, age: 31y 10m 3d

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