Bridges, Westmoreland County, Virginia
Lat: 38° 11' 47"N, Lon: 77° 55' 54"W
Contributed by Anne Braun, Mar 08, 2008, last edited Mar 18, 2008 [firstname.lastname@example.org]. Total records = 10.
From Wakefield Corner, at the intersection of Highway 3 and Route 204, go 1.8 north/northeast on Route 204 until you come to the Birthplace Monument entrance, go around the circle and up the paved road for 1 mile, not sure of direction. There is a parking area across from the cemetery for parking. The cemetery is on the south side about 20 feet from the road.
This is an historical cemetery. It is situated in the southwest corner of the 'George Washington Birthplace National Monument' area just south of the Potomac River near Bridges. This cemetery is the burial site for George Washington's Father, Grandfather, Great-Grandfather, and other relatives. The cemetery is well preserved.
In 1930, an effort was made to put a brick wall and put new tombstones in the burial site. Today, the cemetery is property of the US Park Service and can be visited during the day.
This is a complete reading of all existing and legible headstones from when I visited this burial site on Feb 16, 2008.- Anne Braun
Washington, Ann Pope, d. 1668
Washington, Ann Wickliffe, d. 1704
Washington, Anna A. L., d. Apr 1774
Washington, Augustus, b. 1719, d. May 1762, s/o Augustus and Jane
Washington, Augustus, d. 1694, d. Apr 12, 1743
Washington, Jane, b. Jan 24, 1697, d. Sep 27, 1729, w/o Augustus
Washington, John, b. 1638, d. 1677
Washington, John, b. 1661, d. 1697
Washington, John, d. Jan 10, 1690, age 10 yrs and 10 mns
Washington, Mildred, d. Aug 1, 1696, age 6 months
Deaths & Obituaries: Newspapers 1690-Present