Warner Hall Cemetery assessment, Gloucester County, Virginia

Authors
Trinkley, Michael
Chicora Foundation
Hacker, Debi
Keywords
Warner Hall Cemetery (Gloucester County, Va.) , Cemeteries--Conservation and restoration--Virginia--Gloucester County
Abstract
The study examines the Warner Hall Cemetery. The first graves dates to 1662, with the burial Mary Towneley Warner, the wife of Augustine Warner I. The last known burial was that of James J. McLanahan, the son-in-law of the plantation’s owner, in 1831. The cemetery is contained within the boundaries of the Warner Hall National Register boundaries.
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2018-11
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2020-05-23T00:45:07Z
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2020-05-23T00:45:07Z
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Copyright 2018 by Chicora Foundation, Inc.
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