Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Tombstone Tuesday: Ham(b)rick Memorial Stone

When the final resting place of an ancestor cannot be determined or confirmed, a Memorial Stone can serve to remember and honor them in place of a traditional tombstone.

The following memorial to the Prince William County patriarchs of the Ham(b)rick family was erected by their descendants in the Clover Hill Farm family cemetery behind the Grace Methodist Church on Wellington Road in Manassas.



Photos by C. G. Lynn

(Front)
HAM(B)RICK

Patrick Hamrick
c. 1684 - 1764
and
Margaret Ingles
Hamrick
c. 1689 - 

Lived at Clover Hill Farm
1740 - 1764

300 Years after he arrived in 
Virginia this Memorial is
Dedicated by their eight and
ninth generation descendants
in Grateful Remembance and
celebration of their lives.

30 September 1999


(Back)

Children

Patrick
c. 1715 - 1794
James
C. 1717 - 1778
Robert
C. 1718 - 1757
Dau.
Married James Bridges
c. 1721 - 
Dau.
c. 1723 - 
Dau.
c. - 1725 - 
Benjamin
c. 1727 - 1793
John
c. 1730 - 1757
Joseph
c. 1731 - 1792

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