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Umbaugh Family Cemetery
Loudoun County, Virginia

14340 New Valley Church Rd
Lucketts, Virginia

Lat: 39° 12' 25"N, Lon: 77° 33' 33"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Mar 02, 2003 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 19.

In Lucketts, from the intersection of Highway 15 and Stumptown Road, turn south on Stumptown Road until you reach New Valley Church Road turn and go west about 3/4 mile. The cemetery is on the west side of the road.

This is a small family cemetery that is in somebody's backyard. The last burial took place in 1939.

I visited and walked this cemetery on Mar 01 2003.

- Anne Braun

Cooper, Mary, b. May 3 1823, d. Mar 31 1905, w/o Samuel
Cooper, Samuel, d. Aug 15 1899, age 83yr 4mo
Umbaugh, Alice M., b. 1854, d. 1939
Umbaugh, Catherine, b. Apr 1 1795, d. Jan 21 1882, age 86yr 9mo 21da
Umbaugh, Frances, d. May 21 1921, age 6mo 28da, s/o Edgar and Grace
Umbaugh, George M., b. 1853, d. 1928, s/w Alice
Umbaugh, George, b. May 19 1829, d. Apr 13 1906, age 76yr
Umbaugh, John S., d. Apr 16 1878, age 16yr
Umbaugh, John, b. Dec 18 1861, d. Jan 19 1873, age 11yr 1mo 1da
Umbaugh, John, b. Feb 4 1795, d. Feb 13 1871, age 76yr and 9da
Umbaugh, Maggie A., b. Aug 15 1897, age 23yr 8mo 21da, w/o Samuel
Umbaugh, Mary A., b. Jun 3 1832, d. Jul 9 1906, age 74yr 6mo 6da
Umbaugh, Mary C., b. 1857, d. 1921
Umbaugh, Micheal T., b. Jun 19 1868, d. May 1915
Umbaugh, Micheal, d. Mar 13 1897
Umbaugh, Robert Elmer, d. Nov 19 1896
Umbaugh, Sallie Anne, b. May 1 1870, d. Oct 17 1885
Umbaugh, Sidney, b. Jan 8 1864, d. May 7 1911
Unbaugh, Charles W., b. 1852, d. 1921, s/w Mary

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