History of the Restoration Movement


Grave Locations Of Restoration Movement Leaders In Washington D.C.

Below Is An Incomplete List Of Leaders In The Restoration Movement Now Deceased Whose Remains Have Been Located And Kept On Record For Future Restoration Study. Photos And The Locations Are Sketchy. As Further Investigation Comes To Light, Updates Of Photos And Directions To Locations Will Be Made.  Some Of The Names Listed Below Represent A "Wish-List" Of Graves I Hope To Visit Someday. If You Would Care To Assist In Producing Pages For Any Listed Below, Contact Me And Ask How You Can Help! For A Complete Listing Of Pages That Have Been Produced See The Master Index

Sorted By Name

 

Anderson, Henry T. (1812-1872) Glenwood Cemetery

 

Dow, Lorenzo (10.16.1777-02.02.1834), Georgetown, District of Columbia, Oak Hill Cemetery, Plot: Reno Hill, Lot 894 1/2, GPS: 38.912597, -77.059296, (Find-A-Grave) (Methodist who interacted among early restoration leaders)

 

Snow, Dexter Asiel (05.1819-07.19.1906) Washington, District of Columbia, Rock Creek Cemetery, Section A, GPS: 38.944488, -77.011475, (Find-A-Grave)

 

Sorted By City

 

Georgetown, District of Columbia
Lorenzo Dow (10.16.1777-02.02.1834), Georgetown, District of Columbia, Oak Hill Cemetery, Plot: Reno Hill, Lot 894 1/2, GPS: 38.912597, -77.059296, (Find-A-Grave) (Methodist who interacted among early restoration leaders)

 

Washington D.C.
Henry T. Anderson (1812-1872) Glenwood Cemetery

 

Dexter Asiel Snow (05.1819-07.19.1906) Rock Creek Cemetery, Section A, GPS: 38.944488, -77.011475, (Find-A-Grave)

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