Acquinton Church

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Acquinton Church is located in the southwest section of the intersection of Route 628 and Route 619 in King William County, Virginia. Original built by the Episcopalians in 1734, it was used by various denominations as a "Meeting House " prior to 1888 when a group of Methodists purchased the church and the surrounding properties. This transaction is recorded at King William Court House. This is a list of the graves currently visible at this site.


Boyd, Wilbert P.

Feb. 7, 1851

Jan. 1901

Carriock, George B.

June 22, 1869

Oct. 23, 1910

Edmonds, Frances R.

Sept. 16, 1855

Sept. 14, 1931

Edmonds, Georgetta

Feb. 17, 1897

Aug. 19, 1912

Edmonds, James P.

April 7, 1844

April 6, 1926

Reed, Alonzo

May 3,1859

Dec. 23, 1933

Group headstone with Emma V. and George D. Reed.

Reed, Emma V.

Sept. 22,1860

Mar. 9, 1944

Group headstone with Alonzo and George D. Reed

Reed, George D.

Oct. 15,1899

June 25, 1935

Group headstone with Alonzo and Emma V. Reed.

Reid, Edna Lee

Sept. 24,1871

Jan. 8, 1915

Reid, William

May 3, 1859

Oct. 23, 1921
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