Warrenton Cemetery Map New Section
Warrenton Cemetery Map Old Section
Submitted March 2010 by Chapter Member/Cemetery Volunteer Rebecca Morris
Description: The map is of Warrenton Cemetery, Warren Twp., the new section only. This is sized to print on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. It is not detailed but can serve as a good guide to locating graves. This map will be updated and will include all burials, including all veterans. Please note that graves are numbered left to right and rows from front of cemetery to back. Note the date of first known burial . Any additional corrections/additions/changes are welcome.
Train at Warrenton: http://www.familyoldphotos.com/oh/2w/wheeling_and_lake_erie_engine_65.htm
Clarence Billingsley's Records - Provided By Becky Morris
Category: Ohio physical, cultural and historic features; Feature Name: Warrenton Cemetery, Type: Cultural, Class: Cemetery, County: Jefferson, FID: 1961713, Coordinates: Latitude 40.19396 and Longitude -80.6842454.
(A letter dated June 24, 1983 from Nancy Revenaugh Chamberlain) The stones she found and read were located in the old part of the cemetery and were in very poor condition. Her letter doesn’t indicate the date in which she did the actual tombstone extractions.
“Elizabeth and Christian were daughters of John Revenaugh, his wife, Catherine was listed in the 1850 census, age 92 years, born in Maryland. Five of John’s six children were married in Jefferson County. John and his brother signed up for the War of 1812 from Jefferson County. William Little Revenaugh owned land in Jefferson County from 1819 to 1832. No stones were found with the name of Revenaugh and are not found in any tombstone inscription books in Jefferson County thus far.”
NOTE- Pictures of the wall and steps at the original entrance to Warrenton Cemetery, Warren Twp. taken by chapter member, Becky Morris.
Daniel Higgins, Patriot
Warrenton Cemetery, Warren Twp.
Photo's taken by SAR Ebenezer Zane Chapter member, George Livingston
Bronze grave marker for Daniel Higgins, 1759-1848, was placed in Warrenton Cemetery this morning (2 July, 2009) on the site as marked.
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