Harrisonburg Rockingham Historical Society
Rockingham County
Tombstones by Cemetery

 

Cemetery

 Woodbine Cemetery


Woodbine Cemetery Civil War Monument

Location

Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia. From Harrisonburg Court Square, take Route 33 East (E. Market Street) and cemetery is on the right hand side of the street.Go right on Reservoir Street and the main gate is on the right side of street.
 

Notes

Refer to MAP which shows location for Section 1 through 13. Rows are recorded in each section from west to east and facing the headstones they are recorded from right to left (north to south). Section 5 is the Confederate Soldiers graves and monument. Section 10 includes area known as "Little Arlington." Section 11 is the Community Mausoleum and has a left wing (Row 001) and a right wing (Row 002); a north wall and a south wall. Refer to "REMARKS" column. Only the burials were recorded, using their assigned numbers, and from top to bottom. In 1944 Tommy Bassford wrote in his book "Landmarks and Personages of Old Harrisonburg" on Page 14 he noted, the first plot of Woodbine was bought October 11, 1850. The first interment was George Conrad. The Confederate plot was laid out in 1862. The Community Mausoleum was erected in 1926. The Colored cemetery plot was purchased in 1868.

Survey Date and Recorder

20 Jul 2003
Martha Lee, Nettie Lee and Bob & Lois Emswiler

 

Photos

Judith Boyers, Robert Crawford, Harriet Welch, Donna Duprey, Jetta Earhart, C. Wayne Loker, Thomas Flory

 


Cemetery Index

Rockingham Co. VAGenWeb Home


Woodbine Cemetery Pages

Section 1
Page 1

Section 2:
Page 1
Page 2

Section 3
Page 1

Section 4:
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5
Page 6

Section 5
Page 1

(Civil War Cemetery)

Section 6
Page 1
Page 2

Section 7
Page 1
Page 2

Section 8
Page 1

Section 9
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5

Section 10
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4

Section 11
Page 1

Section 12
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3

Section 13
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3

 

MAP

 

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