The newest CD – or rather set of CDs – is ready! Rockbridge Baptist Church Gravestones. To my knowledge there are 535 individuals buried at Rockbridge Baptist Church in rural Washington County, Kentucky. I have gravestone photos for 400 of them – #1 – #4398 are on Volume 1, the rest on Volume 2. I used an old cemetery listing to begin my chart and added new stones as I went along. Unfortunately some of the stones were not to be found. Some of them were so worn and faded there was nothing to make out as to name or date. Included with the photos is a chart of alphabetized individuals, birth and death dates, the corresponding number of the photo and a note that may give the name of husband or wife or parents. Some individuals will have more than one photo taken, my hubby always helps when we visit a cemetery and it’s hard to know who has taken what – especially if we visit more than one day. The Rockbridge Baptist Church Gravestones CD sells for $16.95. I was anxious to have this CD available since several of you have asked about it. The following is a list of surnames on the CD: Armstrong, Arvin, Baker, Barnard, Barnett, Beavers, Bishop, Burkhead, Burns, Carey, Carney, Casteel, Cheatham, Chesser, Cole, Cooper, Coulter, Crouch, Crow, Cutsinger, Deacon, Dean, Derringer, Doke, Duncan, Foster, Gaykeld, Gordon, Hagan, Hale, Hall, Hardesty, Hardin, Harris, Hawthorn, Hayden, Hendricks, Hendrix, Hill, Hilton, Humes, Hungate, Hupp, Ingram, Isham, Jenkins, Kays, Keeling, Lewis, Lynch, Maddox, Masters, Matherly, Mattingly, McClelland, Milburn, Mobley, Montgomery, Moore, Muncy, Murphy, Owen, Pinkston, Prather, Reddick, Royalty, Ryan, Satterly, Scott, Scruggs, Shields, Sparrow, Stine, Tatum, Terrell, Thompson, Trent, Waggoner, Wells, White, Wilkerson, Wilson, Yocum.
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