Harrisonburg Rockingham Historical Society
Rockingham County
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Cemetery

 Dingledine-Swartz Family Cemetery

Dingledine-Swartz Family Cemetery

Location

Singers Glen area, Rockingham County, Virginia. From downtown Harrisonburg, Virginia, take Route 42 (Harpine Highway) north approximately 7.1 miles and turn left on to Route 753 (Wengers Mill Road). Continue on Route 753 (name changes to Hollar School Road) for 3.7 miles. Cemetery is on hill behind house at 12195 Hollar School Road on the left side of road.
 

Notes

In 1967 J. Robert Swank noted: There are perhaps a dozen other graves - unmarked. The plot is enclosed by an iron fence-overgrown. In 2005 the cemetery is not overgrown and the fence is gone. It appears horses are walking through it. Many illegible stones indicating other burials here.

Survey Date and Recorder

10 Jan 2005
Bennie Getz, Walter Mason, John & Helen Getz

 

Photos

Lois Emswiler

Cemetery Index

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Row

Surname

Given Name & MI

Birth Date

Death Date

Headstone Notes

Remarks

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Ashenfelder

Thomas

 

18 Feb 1848

Aged 85y 6m 24d

 

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002

Ashenfelder

Catharine

 

19 Sep 1851

Aged 82y 6m; consort of Thomas

 

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003

Fulk

Nora E.

 

16 Sep 1883

Aged 8m 18d; Safe in the arms of Jesus

 

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004

Fulk

Palmmie L.

 

1 Sep 1883

Aged 8m 4d; Safe in the arms of Jesus

 

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005

Dingledine

John

3 Feb 1824

31 Mar 1902

Aged 78y 1m 18d

 

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006

Dingledine

Ellen C.

 

3 Feb 1878

Aged 48y 5m 0d; w/John; Dearest Mother thou has left us, Though Thy -----------

 

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007

Swartz

David

10 Mar 1819

8 Aug 1890

Aged 71y 4m 28d

 

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008

Swartz

Charity

8 Aug 1819

25 Mar 1893

Aged 79y 6m 17d; w/David

Age & death year don't agree. It is possible the death 1893 should be 1898.

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009

Gum

David Wesley

12 Mar 1880

30 Sep 1880

s/George W. & Amanda C.

Buried in ground-only David Wesley son of, is legible in 2005; recorded by Swank in 1967

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