Harbison Cemetery

Located approximately 2-1/2 miles west of Dubois Crossroads south of SR 56 on private property. Not visible from roadway. Permission required. 
When these photos were taken April 24, 2009, a fallen limb partially obscured some markers,  but none were damaged beyond normal aging.
This cemetery is approximately 1-1/2 miles from Devine Cemetery, where Revolutionary Veteran James Harbison is buried.  Data from previous
 transcriptions has been incorporated here where the stone is not completely legible. There is no specific row order to the listing.  All existing
stones  and fragments were photographed and are displayed here,  regardless of legibility........Charlie Tredway


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Last NameFirst NameBornDiedOtherPhoto
HarbisonLimon  C4/30/18598/9/1866d/o A & C M HarbisonCamera
NobleLeroy P9/23/18698/22/1870s/o J W & M A Noble 11 mCamera
HarbisonAbsolom  7/30/186136 y 4 m 27 dCamera
HarbisonRachel E  2/6/1858d/o A & C Harbison 5m 2 dCamera
HarbisonEzekiel12/27/18638/11/1867s/o J & W HarbisonCamera
HarbisonElsie10/17/18172/22/1879wife of A HarbisonCamera
HarbisonAbsolom Sr3/19/179110/11/187584 y 6m 22dCamera
HarbisonRachel  3/25/1844wife of A Harbison 52yCamera
HarbisonRachel  3/25/184452yCamera
HarbisonRachel Porter  9/418yCamera
HarbisonNanceyAug. 1833Age 5 YearsCamera
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