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McWhirt Cemetery
Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

mcwhirt cemetery, fredericksburg, virginia
McWhirt Cemetery, Fredericksburg, VA

GPS: 38.24597, -77.4788239

Between 4109 & 4111 Glouster Lane
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Contributed by: Haley Bensinger [mail]
Published: June 22, 2021
Total records: 10

Cemetery History

A small family cemetery on land originally owned by the McWhirt Family. In the 1990s, the land was sold to developers. It is now part of the Lee's Hill Community Association, located in a common area in the back and between 4109 & 4111 Gloucester Lane.

The condition of the cemetery is poor.

Cemetery Records

Photographs of the grounds and individual tombstones were taken by Haley Bensinger on September 17, 2014. The tombstones were transcribed by Interment.net staff.

JETT, Billie R. F., Dec 20 1930, Jan 31, 1931, "Son of H.H. & Leona Jett" [photo]
JETT, Katie McWhirt, born 1875, died Nov 18 1902, "Mother" [photo]
MCWHIRT, Agnes, 1819-1904, s/w Silas McWhirt, Barbara, McWhirt [photo]
MCWHIRT, Alice L., Apr 2, 1862, Dec 28, 1938, "At Rest" [photo]
MCWHIRT, Allen B., Jan 26, 1854, Nov 19, 1920, "Asleep in Jesus" [photo]
MCWHIRT, Annie M., 1855-1891, s/w Walter S. McWhirt, "Mother" [photo]
MCWHIRT, Barbara, 1842-1870, s/w Silas McWhirt, Agnes McWhirt [photo]
MCWHIRT, Silas, 1817-1893, s/w Agnes McWhirt, Barbara McWhirt [photo]
MCWHIRT, Walter S., 1850-1939, s/w Annie M. McWhirt, "Father" [photo]
WHARTON, Mable Sibley, Nov 6 1905, June 5 1935, "Wife of Robert Wharton", "At Rest" [photo]

Additional Photos

Photo 001, Photo 004, Photo 006, Photo 010, Photo 011, Photo 013

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