Rockingham County Virginia Tombstones by Cemetery

CemeterySt. Hebron Baptist Church Cemetery (*)
LocationGreenwood area, Rockingham County, Virginia. From Courthouse in Harrisonburg, Virginia, take Route 33 East. Go 12.4 miles and turn left onto Route 602 (East Point Road). Go 4.8 miles and turn left into dirt driveway to the Earby G. Good farm, just before Route 940 (Greenwood Road). Need permission to visit cemetery.
NotesCemetery is in fair condition. It is located on Earby G. Good farm. Numerous unmarked graves and fieldstones. St. Hebron Baptist Church is located on the corner of Rt. 602 (East Point Road) and Rt. 940 (Greenwood Road). The church is about 140 years old and is an active congregation. On December 11, 1936, C. C. Morris of Shenandoah, Virginia, recorded the following on this cemetery as given to him by F. E. Brown and Earl Wayre. "This is an old colored cemetery that goes back to the slavery times. There are quite a few old slaves buried here, but no inscriptions on stones. Some of the old slaves who were buried here before 1860 were Harvey Wayre and his wife, Evelyn Wayre; John Brown and wife, Sarah Brown; and Caroline Beck; also the Rev. John Wood, the colored missionary Baptist preacher."
Survey Date and Recorder15 Aug 2004
Bob & Lois Emswiler

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Surname Index

Surnames are sorted by section / plot / row / grave - only sections and rows are shown

SectionRowSurnameGiven Name & MIBirth DateDeath DateHeadstone NotesRemarks
BeckCarolineNo visible marker-recorded by WPA 1936 burial pre-1860
BrownSarahNo visible marker-recorded by WPA 1936 burial pre-1860
BrownJohnNo visible marker-recorded by WPA 1936 burial pre-1860
WayreEvelynNo visible marker-recorded by WPA 1936 burial pre-1860
WayreHarveyNo visible marker-recorded by WPA 1936 burial pre-1860
WoodJohn, Rev.No visible marker-recorded by WPA 1936 burial pre-1860-was missionary Baptist preacher
JacksonMargaret L.18291987Erected by Bibleway Cogic
TucksonRaymond H.19071976In gratitude to God for Raymond
TucksonDelia D.25 Apr 1960
UnknownFieldstone-no markings
UnknownIllegible headstone-in vines
BryantLester Lee16 Mar 189515 Mar 1972Virginia Cpl U.S. Army WWI
BryantCecilia Frye12 Nov 19059 Mar 1981
WilliamsEverett21 Feb 188529 Jul 1963Father
WilliamsDelia31 Mar 189312 May 1967Motherw/Everett
WilliamsCurry R.11 Nov 191930 May 1972Pvt U.S. Army WWII
WilliamsBeulah M.26 Apr 190727 Feb 1986
WilliamsClyde28 Nov 191619 Feb 1991PFC U.S. Army WWII
AndersonFrances Mary19 Feb 192013 Aug 1993
WilliamsJohn E.19221998Kyger Trobaugh funeral home marker only
WilliamsThomas E.4 Jul 191218 Mar 1999Dad; Our children-Becky, Ricky, Paul; Our great-grandchildren-Chris, Likishia
WilliamsEdith M.14 Sep 19123 May 2001Mom; 6 Grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren; 6 foster childern; 15 fosther grandchildren
CraigElla May19092001On backside of Williams headstone
BrownFred E.19021964
BrownMaggie F.19071999Lindsey funeral home marker reads b.1906, d.1999
Unknown1986Illegible Lindsey funeral home marker only
BecksClifford19121987Lindsey funeral home marker only
BecksConrad "Dude"19231996Kyger Trobaugh funeral home marker only
UnknownIllegible Funeral home marker