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Hughes Cemetery AKA Military Cemetary
located on Waller Farm at Keslers Cross Lanes

MARKERS READ:

Camble, John, 2nd Lt. Pa.Mil. Rev War., d. 18 May 1840

Camble, Nancy Hughes, no dates

Hamilton, John, Q. M. 11 Va. Regt., Rev War, d. Sept 1818, age 71 yrs

Hamilton, Rebecca d. 5 Sept 1811, age 51 yrs


Submitted by: Nancy Hopkins

photo of John Campbell's Rev War cemetery marker that's located on the Waller Farm at
Kesler Cross Lanes in a cemetery referred to as the Hughes Cemetery & the Military Cemetery.

Herein lies:
John Camble, 2nd Lt. PA, Flying Camp, born 1758 and his wife, Nancy Hughes
John Campbell's DAR# is: 409635 for relatives that wish to join the Daughters of the American Revolution
 

Thomas Hughes, Pvt. VA, Capt. Smith's Augusta Militia, and wife Elizabeth Foster.
Thomas Hughes DAR# is: 319593
 

John Hamilton, Col. Morgan's 11th VA Regiment of Foot, and wife Rebecca Lafferty.

These pioneers were instrumental in establishing Nicholas County in April of 1818 in John Hamilton's home.
Several relatives and friends are also buried in this old cemetery.

Mr. Waller tends the cemetery behind his home and asks that visitors sign his guestbook as a courtesy.