Mount Pleasant Church Cemetery

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Mount Pleasant Church Cemetery

Carroll County, Virginia

Sulphur Springs District

Location: Hebron Community

Directions: On the west side of Rt. 635 (Hebron Road), 0.8 mile from Rt. 887 (Glendale Road).

GPS Coordinates: N 36.70774 W 080.88597

Surveyed by: Buford C. Wilson; 12 Oct 2005 Updated 07 Nov 2009; buford-wilson@outlook.com

Comments: This cemetery is quite old and in recent years has been called the Bishop Cemetery. The Mount Pleasant Church used to be located nearby. The church building was dismantled, moved to the nearby Hebron Community, and was rebuilt there. The cemetery appears to be abandoned. There are over 75 graves marked with field stones or indicated by sunken ground. Information in [brackets] is not on the stone.

Mount Pleasant Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
LINEBERRY, Alexander “Alex” [Jul 1833] [after 1910] Large Stone with brass plaque with name Lineberry. s/o Francis Lineberry & Elizabeth Wilkinson
LINEBERRY, Mary Ann “Polly” [29 Mar 1836] [22 Jan 1916] d/o James Frost & Rachel Pierce; w/o Alexander Frost
CARTER 5 Stones with the name Carter
MINOR, Mintie E. 14 Feb 1853 28 Aug 1917 Armintie E. Bishop; d/o Jacob S. Bishop & Melvina Kinzer; w/o Isaac Addison Minor
BISHOP, Melvina 23 May 1823 21 Apr 1909 Melvina Kinzer; w/o Jacob S. Bishop
BISHOP, J. S., Rev. 05 Sep 1809 21 Aug 1899 Jacob S.
BISHOP, Thomas B. Footstone with initials T. B. B. ; Headstone is missing; I believe this is the s/o Jacob S. Bishop & Melvina Kinzer
BISHOP, Margaret I. 19 May 1855 20 Aug 1862 d/o Jacob S. Bishop & Melvina Kinzer
BISHOP, Ella Lawson 15 Apr 1852 24 Mar 1925 Shared stone with next; w/o William R. Bishop
BISHOP, W. R. 03 Sep 1848 07 Jun 1922 William R.
BRIM, Elmo W. 08 Jul 1885 08 Nov 1922 nephew of William R. Bishop & Ella Lawson
BISHOP, Harvey R. 01 May 1845 16 Dec 1921 h/o Arabella L. Willis; She is buried in the Gladeville Church Cemetery
NORMAN, W. D. 22 Jul 1865 Aged 28 years
CARTER, James B These Carter markers were located in an earlier survey. They are so badly eroded now that I could not read them
CARTER, Mary nee Davis; w/o James B. Carter