Rockingham County Virginia Tombstones by Cemetery

CemeteryYount Family Cemetery
LocationPort Republic, Rockingham County, Virginia. From the corner of Route 11 and Port Republic Road (Rt. 659) turn left and go 8.6 on Port Republic to Latimer Road (Rt. 672). Turn right on Latimer Road (Rt. 672). Cemetery is in a pasture field and you need permission from Mr. Gerald Myers to visit cemetery.
NotesWithin an iron fence are only two stones. In poor condition from groundhogs and cattle. Yount family records prove that certainly other members of the family lie buried.
Survey Date and Recorder27 Aug 2007
Gerald Myers, Bob & Lois Emswiler

Cemetery Index

Surname Index

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SectionRowSurnameGiven Name & MIBirth DateDeath DateHeadstone NotesRemarks
YountJohn19 Jun 179515 Mar 1863s/Jacob & Catherine YountName only legible; recorded by D.A.R. in 1960s
YountJacob15 Apr 18248 Jul 1854s/John & Rebecca Long YountPartially illegible; recorded by D.A.R. in 1960s
YountRebecca3 Nov 17968 Jul 1837w/John YountNo visible marker; recorded by D.A.R. in 1960s
YountJacobAbout 17551821No visible marker-buried in this cemetery; born in PA & died Mill Creek Farm. He waws a Revolutionary Militiaman in York, PA in 1778. Records from D.A.R. in 1960s.
YountCatherine DagenAbout 175529 Nov 1812His WifeNo visible marker-buried in this cemetery-no tombstone; born in York Co., PA & died at Mill Creek Farm. Records from D.A.R. in 1960s.
YountRudolph17281808No visible marker-born in Switzerland & died at Mill Creek Farm. Yount Family records show there is a strong presumption he is buried here. Records from D.A.R. in 1960s.