Jefferson County
Rehoboth Cemetery

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These are photos of Rehoboth Cemetery, Dec. 28, 2002. It sits high on a hill overlooking farms, and is surrounded by a chain link fence. We didn't stay long, because there were hunters in the woods, and deer running past us. Many of the stones are down or broken. Many (most?) graves are unmarked. The grass was mowed, and except for the stones, it was somewhat maintained. There are many Parkinson stones, and many Barkhurst stones - see photos. Jacob and Mary were on opposite sides of a large cube, which was apparently the base for a pillar. There may have been something on a third side - I am not certain.

Parks and Katherine Marbais were my mother's cousins. They drowned while swimming in a strip mine.

I went to look for Criswell stones. Only one was there. It said W.O. Criswell 1907-1910 Infant 1909 Sons of JW and AE Criswell. I couldn't identify them.

Other surnames: Calderhead, Parkinson, Marmaduke Reynard and others, Sutherland, Fisher, Belknap (Charles and children), Barkhurst, Barkus, Singer, Smith, Millhorn (I think), Dellomo, Pierce, Spencer.

Does anyone know of any records for this cemetery? I have other Criswell relatives buried there.

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Charles Pierce
1873-1954
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Barkhurst Stones
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Jacob Parkinson
02-13-1865
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Furney Millhorn
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Dellomo Stone
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Criswell Stone
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Catherine Barkhurst
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Joshua Barkhurst
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Parks & Katherine Marbais
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Mary Parkinson
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McClelland Stone
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Nettie Mclelland
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Parkinson Stone
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Nathaniel Smith
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Samuel Spencer
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Stones
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Cemetery View
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William Reynard
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