Alexandria, Virginia, Death Records 1863-1896 - Wesley Pippenger. The main source of these records are the "returns" prepared by the commissioner of the Revenue, beginning in 1869. Additional records were taken from the records of Rev. Albert Gladwin, overseer of the Contraband cemetery in Alexandria. Not all entries are complete but frequently give a variety of information including the name, age, date and cause of death, profession, names of parents, if white, if colored, free or slave, consort of or unmarried, place of birth, place of death, and person giving information of death. Entries are in two alphabetical lists.
(1995), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 337 pp.
101-P0399 ISBN: 1585493996