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Duncan Methodist Cemetery
Clarke County, Virginia

210 East Main St
Berryville, Virginia

Lat: 39° 09' 00"N, Lon: 77° 58' 47"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, May 28, 2003 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 11.

In Berryville from the intersection of Business Highway 7 (East Main St.) and Highway 340, go east on East Main St. for 3 blocks. The cemetery is near the driveway next to the church on the north side of the road.

A church cemetery that was started in 1850. When I was visiting the cemetery, an elderly gentleman came up to me and explained that the remains are in front of the church while the headstones are on the east side near the driveway.

He also said that at one time there were about 200 burials in this church cemetery. During the years, the headstones slowly disappeared. The gentleman was telling me that he and his friends used the headstones as bases when they played baseball.

What I read is all that remains of the headstones that represent the cemetery. I walked this cemetery on May 25 2003.

- Anne Braun

Boley, Isabella, no dates, age 27yr 2mn 11da
Crum, Infant, d. Mar 31 1868, d/o William and Mary
Eleyet, Charles C., d. Jan 31 1861, age 19 years, s/o John and Elizabeth
Eleyet, John, b. 1807, d. May 7 1878
Kerchevel, Ann M., d. Dec 5 1853, d. Jun 15 1855, age 1yr 6mn 10da, d/o E.V. and Ann
McCloy, John, d. Mar 13 1879, age 78 years
Noble, Mary, b. Sep 11 1791, d. Dec 14 1850
Welch, C. Shephart, b. Jan 21 1857, d. Sep 10 1857, age 7mn and 19da, s/o Richard and Mary
Welch, Virginia, b. Mar 9 1853, no death date, d/o Richard and Mary
Wharton, Hunter William, d. Sep 3 1854, age 3yr and 24da, s/o Robert and Sarah
Willis, Mary, d. Jun 26 1851, age 27 years, w/o William

A broken stone that I found,
??, ??, d. May 22 1857, age 7mn and 1 da
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