MR. FRANK REPASS BROWN'S
WYTHE COUNTY, VA PRIVATE CEMETERY RECORDS

     The following private cemetery records were taken from the records of Mr. Frank Repass Brown, of Rural Retreat, Virginia.    They ARE NOT a complete listing of all private cemeteries in Wythe County, VA.

     These cemeteries were copied by Mr. Brown, beginning in the 1930's.    The compiler (Joe Cameron) has copied the information exactly as stated by Mr. Brown unless a clarification was needed, but these records have not been verified by Cameron.    Mr. Brown, however, was personally known by Cameron, and in his opinion, these records are as accurate as can be possible.

     The location descriptions for some of these cemeteries are not very clear - some are even unknown to Cameron.    It was felt, however, that Mr. Brown's words should not be changed in any way.    Time permitting, Cameron will later add better descriptions of the cemetery locations.

     First on this page, you will find a map sketch of Wythe County, and you will notice that the county is divided into 4 major sections; A, B, C, and D.    Each section is divided from the others by the two major highways in Wythe County, US Highway # 11, that runs East/West and US Highway # 21/52, which runs South/North.

     Within each individual sections, you will find numbers.    These numbers refer to the approximate location in the county of the cemeteries.    Many of the numbers on Mr. Brown's original map were missing, and I have tried to correct that in cases where I knew the approximate locations that he was referring to in his text.

     Before the listing for each individual cemetery, the location description, in Mr. Brown's words, will be displayed, and will be preceeded by a underlined number such as; D7.    The D7 indicates that the people buried in the following list are buried in the cemetery shown in section D of the sketch map, at number 7.

     These location numbers shown before each cemetery location description WILL BE CLICKABLE so that the reader can flip back to the map to find the approximate locations of the cemeteries within the county. Then, using your browser's back button, you can return to the cemetery listing.

     If this procedure is too confusing to you or your browser, you can right click on the map, and use the save as feature to save the map image to your hard drive and then print a copy of the map.

     When Mr. Brown's records were typed, there were errors made.    You may notice a number on the map and find no cemetery listed for that number. On the other hand, you may find a cemetery with a location number and that number may not be on the map.    I [Cameron] will correct such errors if I notice them, and IF I know how to correct the error.

     [Cameron note]The following lists were typed in the order found in Mr. Brown's records.    I have also made a listing of ALL NAMES in ALL CEMETERIES, listed in alpha order.   Click HERE to view the alpha listing.

      If anyone has knowledge of someone buried in any of these cemeteries and they are not listed, I would appreciate your input as to the person or persons missing and the source of your knowledge, and I will make corrections and site the source of the information.



A1   FOGLESONG: This cemetery is in Crawfish Valley, about 30 or 35 rods SW of the old Foglesong homplace.   It had been enclosed with a plank fence but it was about gone. It is about 10 yards square.    Several trees - cedar and maple - were along the fence.    Only 3 of the graves had markers with inscriptions on them.    Several of the other graves were marked with rough rocks, others are not marked at all.    There is a question as to the exact number of graves.    The below sketch gives the best I could make of it.

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  • A1----FOGLESONG,Susan, age 81 years
  • A1----FOGLESONG, Margaret, d. Sep. 5, 1847, age 75y-5m-7d
  • A1----FOGLESONG, Charles, d. Nov. 23, 1855, age 82y-8m-?d
  • Cameron's note: Simon Foglesong's stone stood left of Susannah's.    It was destroyed many years ago by the weapons of stupid hunters.    Only 4 adult graves are in the cemetery.    The other graves are that of children, some said to be Waddle children, who lived in the old house that stood near the old large Hickory tree.



    D2   NEFF: This cemetery is near the Greek Neff home, and just east of Fairview Church south of Rural Retreat.    It is enclosed with a good metal fence and is in fair condition.

  • D2----NEFF, Abraham, Aug. 2, 1798, Sep. 30, 1880
  • D2----NEFF, Charles M., Mar. 29, 1866, Jul. 15, 1866 son of D & A.J. Neff
  • D2----NEFF, Christina, d. Mar. 13, 183?, age 84y-2m-?
  • D2----NEFF, Elizabeth, Sep. 28, 1798, Dec. 28, 1871 wife of Abraham
  • D2----NEFF, Elizabeth, d. Nov. 24, 1851, age 11y-4m-9d
  • D2----NEFF, Michael, d. Jan. 15, 1824, age 69y-8m-7d
  • D2----NEFF, Sarah E., May 17, 1857
  • D2----NEFF, Stephen, Oct. 28, 1860, Sep. 8, 1861 son of D & A.J. Neff
  • D2----NEFF, Wiley Winton, 1858, Sep. 10, 1859

    There are 3 graves of a Wynn family marked with rocks with inscriptions, and a number of graves marked with rough rocks with no inscriptions.


    A3   DOAK: This cemetery is on Black Lick on the Harlow Hounshell farm about 1/2 mile north east of Marvin Church.   It is on a knoll - a lovely location.    It is about 25 yards east and west and 30 yards north and south.    It is not fenced in.    It has a large wild cherry [gone] in the middle of it with no other shrubbery or plants and the ground has been leveled at some time and has good sod on it.    The number of graves is unknown and the stones have been piled up around the wild cherry [gone] in the center of the cemetery.    The rocks with inscriptions on them are as follows:    Sacred to the memory of;

  • A3----Doak, David D., d. Jan. ???, age 77y
  • A3----Doak, Polly, d. Aug. 19, 1826, age 76y his wife

    The last names on the above stone were not readable but on the same stone.    There was an inscription on the back of the rock, but I could not make out what it was.    The rock is sandstone and had consideralbe work on it.    It was about 30 inches tall, 16 inches wide, and 5 inches think.    Two other small, regular creek rocks with inscriptions on them by some inexpereinced person were;

  • A3----Doak, Geroge W.
  • A3----Doak, William

    A son of Peter Fisher, in 1881, was the last to be buried in this cemetery.   [Cameron note: In recent years, during a Doak Family Reunion, a modern stone memorial to the Doak Family was placed in the cemetery.]


    A4   NEWLAND: This cemetery is on the John L. Brown farm on Black Lick.    It is up on the hill some distance from the house.    It is not enclosed with a fence and has no planting of any kind excepting a tree.    The number of graves is unknown but there are only a few of them.    None are marked with a rock of any kind.    They are supposed to be Newlands and mostly children.

    A5   FRY: This cemetery is on lower Black Lick north east of the cave.   This cemetery is small and a comparatively new one, and is enclosed with a good metal fence and is in good condition.    The rocks with inscriptions on them are as follows:

  • A5----BACK, Hettie R., Aug. 3, 1870, Mar. 22, 1939 wife of Stephen V. Frye
  • A5----FRYE, Stephen V., Apr. 27, 1854, Jun. 12, 1940
  • A5----FRYE, Margaret Davis, Jul. 17, 1853, Apr. 19, 1935 wife of Stephen, m. Fe. 28, 1878

    Near the above graves are several other graves-whose or how many is not known.    The exact location is perhaps lost. [Cameron possibly slaves.]


    A7   EARHART: This cemetery is on the Seldon Repass farm on Black Lick.    It is enclosed with a metal fence and is in fair condition.    The exact number of graves is unknown.

  • A7----BROWN, Emily J., Jun. 23, 1853. Aug. 24, 1854 in memory of
  • A7----EARHART, Eizabeth J., Nov. 12, 1826, Sep. 25, 18??
  • A7----EARHART, George, Jan. 10, 1838, Jan. 15, 1863
  • A7----EARHART, Harriet, Oct. 19, 1831, Jan. 28, 1883 wife of John
  • A7----EARHART, Henry, May 13, 1797, Sep. 5, 1876
  • A7----EARHART, Irene Gay, May 7, 1872, Oct. 30, 1881 dau. of H.C. & Marion Earhart
  • A7----EARHART, James Franklin, Jun. 23, 1829, Jun. 2, 1902
  • A7----EARHART, John M., Jun. 9, 1824, Oct. 29, 1864
  • A7----EARHART, Susan S., Aug. 16, 1846, Aug. 17, 1847
  • A7----EARHART, Mary J., Oct. 10, 1843, Sep. 11, 1854
  • A7----KIRBY, Mary, Mar. 25, 1805, May 5, 1877 wife of Henry
  • A7----STEPTOE, Marion, Sep. 26, 1840, May 4, 1873 wife of H.C. Earhart

    There were several slaves buried in the row on the east side of the cemetery.    In the summer of 1952, Olive had the Earhart Family Cemetey cleaned up, had all trees, shrubbery, etc. removed and had it all leveled up.    She had all the tombstones taken up and cleaned, had several broken rocks replaced and one made for the slaves that are buried here.    She then had a ditch dug around the whole cemetery like one for a building, then had concrete put over the whole thing.    It was made a number of inches think and reinforced with metal fencing.    She had the tombstones that belonged there laid flat in the concrete over the graves where they belonged, the top of them smooth with the concrete.    A large old field oak tree is west of this cemetery just across the road from it and it shades the most of the cemetery.    It is still enclosed with a field metal fence.


    A8   WARD: This cemetery is on the Rev. W.R. Brown farm on Black Lick. [Cameron's note The cemetery is on the east side of the Black Lick Road up behind a large brick home just before route# 681 that goes to the left.]    It is up in a field, unfenced-all grown up with brush.    It has a large field oak tree at it.    It has not been leveled up or taken care of.

  • A8----GRAYSON, Franklin Pierce, son of C. & L.J. Grayson stone broken
  • A8----SHEPPERSON, Elizabeth R., Jan. 11, 1832, Jun. 7, 1854 dau. of E.& N. Ward
  • A8----SPENCE, Adam McKee, d. Aug.5, 1856, age 14y-6m-0d son of Hugh Spence
  • A8----SPENCE, Jane L., d. Jan. 5, 1855, age 37y-6m-0d wife of Hugh Spence
  • A8----WARD, Amandy D., Dec. 22, 1826, Apr. 25, 1843 dau of E. & N. Ward
  • A8----WARD, Elizabeth, d. Sep. 20, 1842
  • A8----WARD, James, Col., Dec. 27, 1781, Jun. 23, 1823 erected by an affectionate wife
  • A8----WARD, Jane, d. Sep.8, 1850, age 72y-1m-12d relict of Capt. John Ward
  • A8----WARD, Jane, d. Apr. 15, 1856, age 68y-9m-10d (?) consort of Col. William Ward
  • A8----WARD, John, Capt., d. Jul. 4, 1836 ?, age maybe 60y-0m-6d
  • A8----WARD, Louisa Grayson, Feb. 22, 1828, Oct. 23, 1855 dau. of E. & N. Ward
  • A8----WARD, Nancy E., Mar. 21, 1834, Jul. 4, 1854 dau. of E. & N. Ward
  • A8----WARD, Thomas Jefferson, Apr. 30, 1831, Oct. 5, 1831 son of E. & N. Ward

    The graves of Col. James, and Capt. John are covered with large flat rocks.    Louisa's stone has the inscription; "Peaceful be thy silent slumber, peaceful is thy grave so low, then shall pain no more shall un number, then no more shall out songs shall no, death leaves a shinning mark."    The stone of Jane Spence has the inscription, "Her husband and 4 children mourn her irreparable loss, the social circles and the Church of Christ on earth loose a bright and worthy member.    Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, they may rest from their labors and their words do follow them."    The stone for Elizabeth Ward is nearly buried in the ground so I could not read all the inscription.    The stone for Adam M. Spence has the inscription, " While yet thy mother's grave lain, Thine by its side is dug, Dear booy as earthly ties are risen, Thy soul is joined to her in Heaven."    The stone of Jane, wife of Capt John Ward, has the inscription, " In her children's grace she leaves a bright example to her children and friends."

    A9   PRUNER: This cemetery is on the W.G. Howe, or Stanley farm on Black Lick.    [Cameron's note: NE of the present house near the bridge over Reed Creek, on route # 625, into Crawfish Valley.]    It is on the hill NE of the house and had several nice nice, old sandstone rocks with inscriptions but they have been destroyed, and the place is lost to most people.    There is a question as to the family and the number that are buried there.

    A10   WAUKER: [WALKER] This cemetery is on the William Bales farm on Black Lick, SW of the house.    It contained two graves with nice sandstone rocks with inscriptions.    The rocks had a good deal of elaborate work on them.    They were 30 inches high, 24 inches wide, and 5 inches thick, and were in the ground good and tight.    About 1954-1956, the stones were destoryed.

  • A10---WAUKER, Adam, Oct. 15, 1729, Sep. 30, 1812
  • A10---WAUKER, Nancy, Jul. 17, 1751, Dec. 17, 1808

    D11   BUCHANAN: This cemetery is west of Rural Retreat, on the road to Groseclose, on the William Hankla farm [Cameron--later the Clyde Robinson farm] up on a hill on the south side of the road.    It is enclosed with a good metal fence but is grown up with all kinds of brush and briars and is in a disgraceful condition.

  • D11---BUCHANAN, ??????, 1822, 1841
  • D11---BUCHANAN, Elizabeth, d. Nov. 26, 183?, age 22y-4d
  • D11---BUCHANAN, Katherine, D. Jun. 12, 1840, age 42y-4m-22d dau. of Peter & Mary Kinder
  • D11---BUCHANAN, Mary, Nov. 18, 1821, Jul. 13, 1890 wife of Robert
  • D11---BUCHANAN, Robert, May 24, 1824, May 9, 1864 killed Cloyd's Mnt.
  • D11---BUCHANAN, Sarah C., Apr. 18, 1845, Jun. 30, 1866
  • D11---BUCHANAN, William, Dec. 12, 1782, Mar. 4, 1852
  • D11---BUCHANAN, William A., Feb. 13, 1853, Jul. 4, 1871
  • D11---CRESS, Mary Magdalene, Dec. 19, 1922, Mar. 9, 1923 dau. of W. Cress

    [Cameron note: Of the two Buchanan Cemeteries in the area, Cameron thinks the one at D11 is the oldest, and the first Buchanan in the area, Robert, is buried here.    Cameron thinks the old Robert Buchanan home stood near the big spring just southwest of the cemetery.]

    D12   BUCHANAN: This cemetery is in sight of the Buchanan Cemetery at D11, but is on the north side of the road and the railroad, on the old Alexander Buchanan farm, today owned by the Leedy family.    [Cameron--the cemetey is on the north side of the railroad and almost due north of the old Jim Neff farm, known today as the Fred Lindamood farm.]

    It is enclosed with a good metal picket fence, in good shape, about 8 by 10 yards.   There is a spot next to the fenced in part about 30 x 30 feet that could to be plainly viewed as a cemetery and that was fenced and a part of the present fenced in cemetey.    The number of graves in the present unfenced part is unknown, and the identities of these graves are unknown.    Perhaps they were slaves and/or tenant farmers, or later land owners.

  • D12---BUCHANAN, Alex, Nov. 18, 1778, Jul. 26, 1856
  • D12---BUCHANAN, Gracy C., d. May 7, 1832, age 20y-1m-22d
  • D12---BUCHANAN, James ---rer, d. Sep. 27, 1830, age 13y-10d son of John & Elizabeth
  • D12---BUCHANAN, John M., Apr. 29, 1847, May 24, 1867
  • D12---BUCHANAN, Louisa T., d. Jun. 23, 1839?, age 21y-7m, consort of G.W. Buchanan
  • D12---BUCHANAN, Louise Elizabeth, d. Jul. 29, 1852, age 15m-1d dau. of James A. & G
  • D12---BUCHANAN, Margaret Ann, d. Aug. 1, 1852, age 15m-7d dau. og James A. & Mary G.
  • D12---BUCHANAN, Martha, d. Sep. 8, 1845, age 63y-11m-24d consort of Alex
  • D12---BUCHANAN, Mary, d. Dec. 15, 1835, age 20y-8m-4d

    D33   BUCHANAN: This cemetery is in Capt. John Buchanan's garden east of the house.    The location is being cultivated over and is lost.    There are no grave markers, but two of Capt. John's infants are buried here, and one or more adult graves of a Steffey.

    [Cameron note] The Capt. John Buchanan place was the old log home that stood southeast and down the hollow from the Paul Buck home, in Rural Retreat.    The old log house was the home of the original settler, Henry Steffey, Sr.    The adult Steffey grave is most likely that of Louisa, Henry Steffey, Sr.'s wife.]


    D13   PHILLIPPI: This cemetery is on the Luther Phillippi farm south of Rural Retreat, on the road to Cedar Springs.    [Cameron -- this location is just before you get to the dam for the Rural Retreat Lake.    The old Phillippi home sits just off and on the east side of the road in a sharp curve, and across the road and up on the hill from the house is the cemetery.    The exact location is unknown because there are no markers and never have been according to Phillippi family members.]    Isiaiah Phillippi, a brother to Luther was born in 1855 - a young unmarried man and one other of that family are buried in this cemetery.    Christian Phillippi, and his wife are supposed to also be buried here.    [Cameron note: This Christian was the one who married Catherine Dutton]

  • D13---PHILLIPPI, Catherine wife of Christian, dau. of Phillip Dutton
  • D13---PHILLIPPI, Christian, d. Nov. 23, 1843 son of John & Maria Barbara
  • D13---PHILLIPPI, Isiaiah, b. 1844 died young & unmarried brother to Martin Luther

    D14   STEFFEY: This cemetery is on a hill west of the Luther Lindsey farm and on the right of the road going towards the Rural Retreat Lake.    It is enclosed with a good metal fence and is in good condition with a nice Pine tree in the cemetery.    [Cameron note] The cemetery is now in bad condition with a wooden fence.]

  • D14---STEFFEY, L. CSA marker son of John & Margaret, killed 1864 Cold Harbor
  • D14---STEFFEY, John, Oct. 19, 1814, Sep 31, 1867 son of John & Rosannah
  • D14---STEFFEY, Margaret, Feb. 25, 1816, Mar. 21, 1896 wife of John

    [Cameron note: According to Mr. Brown, James L. was the first person killed at First Manassas, in 1861, but this is an error.    James L. was a member of the 29th VA, and was killed at Cold Harbor.]


    D15   KEESLING: This cemetery is just a short distance behind the old Keesling Mill, at Cedar Springs, VA.    It is well fenced and is in good condition and most of the graves are marked with stones and inscriptions.

  • D15---BUCHANAN, Mary C., Sep. 9, 1809, Oct. 27, 1878
  • D15---BUCHANA, William R., Feb. 28, 1805, Oct. 20, 1866
  • D15---KEESLING, Catherine, Aug. 19, 1794, Mar. 4, 1867
  • D15---KEESLING, Peter, Aug. 19, 1792, Jul. 26, 1857
  • D15---KISLING, Catherine, d. Oct. 11, 1843 wife of George Kisling
  • D15---KISLING, George, d. Mar. 19, 1840, age 81y
  • D15---LAMBERT, Catherine, Feb. 19, 1824, Feb. 5, 1893
  • D15---LAMBERT, Elizabeth, Sep. 4, 1846, Mar. 13, 1862 dau. fo J. & C. Lambert
  • D15---LAMBERT, Frances E., Feb. 28, 1861, Jul. 4, 1861 dau. of J. & C. Lambert
  • D15---LAMBERT, Joseph, d. Feb. 6, 1890, age 76y
  • D15---LAMBERT, Martha E., Apr. 9, 1862, Dec. 14, 1864 dau. of J. & C. Lambert
  • D15---LAMBERT, Peter M., Dec. 16, 1852, Mar. 2, 1862 son of J. & C. Lambert
  • D15---LAMBERT, Sarah A., Sep. 26, 1855, Mar. 11, 1862 dau. of J. & C. Lambert
  • D15---LAMBERT, W.C., Oct. 5, 1850, Jan. 29, 1854 son of Joseph & Catherine
  • D15---STEFFEY, Mary F., May 25, 1881, Mar. 1, 1886
  • D15---STEFFEY, Mary F., Mar. 6, 1850, Jan. 24, 1929
  • D15---STEFFEY, Peter, Feb. 2, 1845, Mar. 23, 1908


    D16   VAUGHT: This cemetery in on a hill about a mile south of Keesling's Mill.    It is 15 or 20 yards square, not fenced in, and is grown up in locust and other rubish.    There ae no graves with rocks with inscriptions.

    D17   PHILLIPPI: This cemetery is on the old Louis Phillippi farm north of the house or about 8 miles south of Rural Retreat.    It is not fenced in and is all grown up in Haws, Wild Plumbs, etc.    There are a number of graves here, but only 4 have rocks with inscriptions.

  • D17---PHILLIPPI, Catherine M., Feb. 14, 1843, Feb. 2, 1862 wife of E.W. Phillippi
  • D17---PHILLIPPI, John Wiley C., Oct.5, 1867, Feb. 11, 1868 son of A.J. & D. A.
  • D17---PHILLIPPI, Joseph, Mar. 25, 1866, Dec. 13, 1866 son of A.J. & D. A.
  • D17---PHILLIPPI, Sarah M., dau. of E. W. & C. M.


    D18   HORN: [Cameron note: I believe the location to be in error.    I think this is the Horn Cemetery, in Dark Hollow, east of Camp, but west of Cedar Springs.]    Following is the description of Mr. Brown.

    This is east of Camp.    It has been cleaned up and grassedand thrown out in a pasture boundary.    There must be 25 or 30 graves marked with rough creek rock with no inscriptions.    Only one stone is standing with an inscription.    Those with inscriptions are:

  • D18---HORNE, A. E. F., Jul. 20, 1854, May 1, 1864
  • D18---HORNE, Amanda, Mar. 5, 1827, Dec. 6, 1850
  • D18---HORNE, Ann C., Jul. 24, 1799, Jul. 6, 1862 wife of Jacob Horne
  • D18---HORNE, Catherine J., Aug. 13, 1839, Nov. 9, 1844
  • D18---HORNE, Elizabeth, Jan. 19, 1824, Aug. 5, age 7m-17d
  • D18---HORNE, J. D., Dec. 14, 1837, Jun. 4, 1863
  • D18---HORNE, Jacob, Oct. 25, 1790, Dec. 20, 1859 consort of Catherine
  • D18---HORNE, Lela, Sep. 12, 1880, Oct. 12, 1880 dau. of R.B. & E.V. Horne
  • D18---HORNE, Martha, Jun. 5, 1825, Jan. 26, 1851
  • D18---HORNE, Rosanna, Aug. 9, 1863, Feb. 11, 1865 dau. of H. & E.C.
  • D18---HORNE, Rufas, May 29, 1837, Mar. 15, 1851
  • D18---HORNE, S. A., Aug. 28, 1874, Sep. 15, 1874 dau. of J.D. & E.E.
  • D18---HORNE, Sarah H., Jul. 1, 1841, Dec. 10, 1844
  • D18---HORNE, William G., Jul. 1, 1856, Jan. 20, 1861
  • D18---MOORE, Matilda, Aug. 15, 1828, Mar. 7, 1876
  • D18---WHITMAN, Elizabeth, d. 1825


    D19   ETTER: Anderson Etter, and his daughter are buried up above the Methodist Church in Rural Retreat.    They are the only two buried there.    The graves are not marked, and their location is lost.

  • D19---ETTER, ???????? dau. of Anderson Etter
  • D19---ETTER, Anderson


    D20   VAUGHT: A George Vaught, and his wife are buried on the back side of Mrs. Hendrix's place southeast of Rural Retreat.    The graves are not marked in any way, and their location will soon be lost.

  • D20---VAUGHT, ???????, wife of George Vaught
  • D20---VAUGHT, George


    D21   ENGLEDOVE: This cemetery is on the old Straw farm in the St. Paul Neighborhood north of Lee Highway on one of the knolls.    The number of graves is unknown, none have rocks with inscriptions, and the exact location has been lost in the last generation. [Cameron note] The cemetery is actually on the south side of Lee Highway, and just west of the present day Martha DeBoard place.]


    D22   PEERY: This cemetery was on the Peery farm southwest of the Peery house, and southwest of the old Groseclose Mill.    It was enclosed with a good metal fence and is in good condition.    It contained only three graves that were marked with rocks and inscriptions.  [Cameron note: The Groseclose Mill was at the present day location of King's Apple Orchard.]

    The three Peery bodies and their markers were moved on October 24 and 25, 1958, to the St. Paul Church Cemetery by R. G. Williams, the land owner where the cemetery was located.    They were buried next to William Peery's wife.   The inscription on her stone reads; "Theresa consort of William Peery, Dec. 14, 1796, Mar.21, 1867."    The grave marker to Harvey G. and Elizabeth Peery is a nice large granite marker, and the one for William Peery is a marble monument.

  • D22---PEERY, Elizabeth Ann, Jan. 13, 1836, Oct. 26 ?, 1922 wife of Harvey
  • D22---PEERY, Harvey G., Dec. 16, 1838, Apr. 21, 1917
  • D22---PEERY, William, Mar. 17, 1785, Sep. 14, 1869


    D23   KING: This cemetery is east of the old Groseclose Mill in the Crockett neighborhood. [Cameron's note: present day King's Orchard]    It is in the corner of the woods, is enclosed with a good metal fence, and is in perfect condition.

  • D23---CULLEP, Nannie Elizabeth, Jun. 3, 1846, Jun. 29, 1906 wife of Jacob King
  • D23---KING, Christian, May 5, 1786, Jul. 23, 1818
  • D23---KING, Elizabeth, d. May 30, 1851 (maybe 1831), age 61y-1m-29d wife of Jacob
  • D23---KING, Jacob, d. May 27, 1860, age 71y-7m-9d
  • D23---KING, John J., Dec. 16, 1828, Aug. 25, 1908
  • D23---KING, William, Dec. 8, 1745, Mar. 17, 1817

    Jacob & Elizabeth King were married Jun. 21, 1818

    A24   SHELTON: Northwest of Wytheville in the Shelton neighborhood.    It is enclosed with a good fence and is in fair condition.

  • A24---SHELTON, E. C., Jan. 13, 1848, Jul. 11, 1915
  • A24---SHELTON, James F., Sep. 10, 1869, Jan. 3, 1919
  • A24---SHELTON, Louise Glenn, Aug. 9, 1883, Apr. 3, 1920 wife of G. H. Shelton
  • A24---SHELTON, Lucy, Jun. 30, 1880, May 24, 1905
  • A24---SHELTON, Sallie J., Feb. 14, 1845, Nov. 23, 1923


    D25   RICHARDSON: or COWDEN, this cemetery is on the H.C. Tarter farm east of Rural Retreat, in a field east of the garden.    The number of graves and the identities are unknown and the exact location has been lost.

    A26   HUDDLE: Just east of the J.P.M. Huddle home and west of the Staley Filling Station.    The number of graves and the identities are unknown and the exact location has been lost.    [Cameron note: The old log home which stood just north of the large Weeping Willow Tree at the spring on the north side of Highway # 11, which later became the Huddle place was the original home of Benjamin Staley.    The identities of those in the cemetery are most likely Staley children, or slaves.]

    D27   PENNINGTON: Located on the Emory Keesling farm south of Rural Retreat, there are only a few graves, none which are marked, and the exact location has been lost.

    D28   ORR: Located west of the Fairview Church south of Rural Retreat, the number of graves is not known and the exact location has been lost.

    A29   CASSELL: Located on the back side of the Michael & Eliza Cassell farm on Black Lick, the number of graves or identities are not known.    It is not fenced in, is thrown out in a big grazing boundary and is all grown up in Haws and other brush.    Mathias Cassell, a retarded son of Old Black Lick Michael, is said to be buried here.   [Cameron note: This location was the original home of Eli Davis, and there may be Davis' buried in this cemetery.]

  • A29---CASSELL, Mathias son of Michael & Catherine (Tobler) Cassell


    D30   LITZ: Located southwest of the old Solomon Litz home, south of the Fairview Church on the road between Rural Retreat and Cedar Springs.    It is not fenced and there are no rocks with inscriptions.    A nice Maple tree stands in the cemetery.    Those known to be buried there are:

  • D30---LITZ, ???????, two women
  • D30---LITZ, John, Nov. 27, 1844, d. CSA near Petersburg, VA
  • D30---LITZ, Solomon, May 17, 1819, CSA, killed by lighting during Petersburg, VA Campaign
  • D30---MAURAN, infant, child of Walter Mauran


    A31   SNAVELY: Located on the J. Stanger Brown farm on Black Lick, there ae only two or three graves - the names are unknown.    It is thought they are some Snavely family members.   [Cameron note: If Snavelys, they are most likely children of Abraham Snavely, the son of Jacob, Sr.]


    A34   AKERS: Just across Lee Highway northwest of Lake Mt. Airy. Just one grave is marked - perhaps there are other graves, you cannot tell.    It is all grown up in brush and is in a disgraceful condition. [Cameron note] Cemetery is on the north side of Lee Highway and behind the Frank & Angie Heldreth home.    In 1998, Cameron and his brother cleaned the cemetery and found other graves - some marked.    It is grown up again since the present land owners wanted me and my brother to supply the materials and the time to fence the cemetery.]

  • A34---AKER, Elizabeth M., Jan. 25, 1812, Jun. 19, 1836 pro. wife of Ben Aker
  • A34---AKER, Mary (Nancy) J., Aug. 5, 1838, Jun. 10, 1839
  • A34---AKER, Mary W.?, 1831, Jan., 1835
  • A34---AKER, Sarah, May 11, 1819, Apr. 1, 1842 from Mr. Brown's records
  • A34---AKER, Sarah E., May 11, 1811, Apr. 1, 1812
  • A34---STALEY, Margaret, Aug. 4, 1743, d. before 1811 wife of Martin
  • A34---STALEY, Martin, bc1750, d. Feb. 25, 1826 1st Staley in Wythe County

    [Cameron note: The Staleys above do not have rocks with inscriptions,    I know these Staleys to be buried here because I found references to the fact in old court records.    The cemetey is at least 30 X 30 feet, and contains many unmarked graves which I feel sure are of other early Staleys and/or their families.]


    A35   SNAVELY: Located on a hill west of the old Snavely Rock House on Black Lick about 3 miles north of Rural Retreat, the exact location and number and identities of the graves are unknown.    [Cameron note] Miss Lilia Huddle stated that she had been told that Jacob Snavely, Sr, and his wives were buried in this cemetery.    I am not sure if they are here, or in the Kimberling Church Cemetery, so I will list them as being buried here near the Old Snavely Rock House.]

  • A35---SNAVELY, Elizabeth, b. bef. 1765, d. 1810-1812 sister of Saddler John Musser
  • A35---SNAVELY, Jacob, Sr., bc1763, d. Sep., 1824
  • A35---SNAVELY, Margaret, 2nd wife of Jacob, Sr. dau. of Nicholas Snider


    A36   KETTERING: (Catron) Located on the back side of the F. H. Musser farm across the road from the James A. Huddle farm.    There are no grave markers of any kind and the number of graves is unknown, as is the exact location of the cemetery.    Old locals said the graves were that of Catron family members.    [Cameron note: Perhaps these graves are of children, and perhaps Lawrence (original settler) and his wife are buried here also. The F. H. Musser place is on the right of route # 680 where you turn left towards the Kimberling Church]


    D37   NEWLAND: Located on the Phil Newland farm on Cripple Creek, just southwest of Cedar Springs, the cemetery is on a knoll east of the old Newland brick house.    It is about 20 by 25 square yards, and sometime in recent years, a fence has been put around a small part of it, about 12 yards square.    The graves that are marked with rocks and inscriptions are inside this fence.    There are a number of graves outside the fence marked with rough rocks with no inscriptions.    There is a large nice white pine and a small Cedar in the cemetery, and the cemetery is in good shape.

  • D37---NEWLAND, Elizabeth, Sep. 13, 1829, Mar. 20, 1899 wife of Preston M. Newland
  • D37---NEWLAND, Ester, Dec. 7, 1806, Jan. 15, 1863 wife of James Newland
  • D37---NEWLAND, James, Mar. 11, 1800, Nov. 26, 1856
  • D37---NEWLAND, John, d. Apr. 16, 1833, age 90y Sacred to the memory of
  • D37---NEWLAND, Mary, d. Apr. 21, 1833, age 29y-5m-11d Sacred to the memory of
  • D37---NEWLAND, P. M., Jul. 10, 1822, Nov. 29, 1901
  • D37---SCOTT, Andrew P., Feb. 1, 1829, Nov. 19, 1916
  • D37---SCOTT, Anna Jane, Mar. 22, 1827, Jul. 11, 1878 wife of Andrew P. Scott

    The stones for John and Mary are of sandstone and the old type, and the inscriptions are in script and very hard to read.


    D38   HILLENBURG: Located on the Hillenburg farm about 1/2 mile south of Crockett and north east of where Cleave Wampler lives, the cemetery is off the road and on a hill sloping to the east.    The old fence that was around the cemetery is gone and it is thrown out in a pasture boundary.    About 15 yards square, there is no way to tell how many graves or who is in the cemetery as there are no rocks of any kind there.    Some 10 to 12 Locust trees and a clump of Wild Plumbs and a good deal of Myrtle is on the location.    There is a pile of loose rock and a number of loose field rock lying around there.

    B39   UMBERGER: The Henry Umberger Cemetery is on the Rose Hill Farm northwest of Wytheville.    The first Umbergers to come to Wythe County are said to be buried here.    The graves ae not marked, the number is not known, there is no fence around the cemetery, but the location is known.   There are supposed to be about 30 graves in the cemetery.

    A40   KEGLEY: Located on the Will Southerland farm on the south side of the road a mile or more northwest of Wytheville.    The grave markers with inscriptions have been removed and destroyed, and the number of graves is unknown.    It is said the graves are that of a Kegley family.

    D41   WOHLFORD/GRUBB: Located a short distance west of Grubb's Siding, up over the bank and adjoining the railroad, it is enclosed with a good metal fence and is in good condition.    The cemetery is about 20 or 25 yards wide north/south, and 50 or 55 yards east/west.

  • D41---ARNBURN, Presley H. 47th VA Reg., CSA
  • D41---CATRON, S. E., Aug.5, 1871, Dec.1, 1907
  • D41---CREGGAR, Henry E., Oct. 19, 1841, Mar. 29, 1921
  • D41---CREGGAR, Lucinda Hilton, Jul., 1834, 1909
  • D41---GILMAN, George Roy, Jan. 31, 1893, Dec. 26, 1911 Son of M. C. Gilman
  • D41---GILMAN, Richard, CSA Laying on railroad right of way just outside cemetery
  • D41---GRUBB, Curtis A., Co. D, 45th VA Inf. C.S.A.
  • D41---GRUBB, James T., Co. A, 4th VA Inf. C.S.A.
  • D41---GRUBB, Jack, Jul. 2, 1803, Jan. 18, 1874
  • D41---HILTON, Joseph, Sep. 7, 1803, Mar. 23, 1873 consort of Mahala Hilton
  • D41---HILTON, M. Comas, Nov. 2, 1830, Aug. 7, 1847 son of J. & M. Hilton
  • D41---HILTON, Mahala, Mar. 11, 1808, May 2, 1876
  • D41---KEGLEY, Infant, Oct. 3, 1861 dau. of Dr. C. & F. Kegley
  • D41---LESLIE, E.W., Feb. 17, 1843, Jan. 12, 1875 Wife of H.W. Leslie
  • D41---PICKETT, James, CSA Laying on railroad right of way just outside cemetey
  • D41---SULT, Edith E., d. Aug. 29, 1912, age 1m, dau. of W.R. & L.M. Sult
  • D41---WALTERS, James, CSA Laying on railroad right of way just outside cemetery
  • D41---WOHLFORD, Geroge W., Sep. 22, 1845, Jun. 14, 1915 m. M.J. Hedrick Nov. 19, 1890

    D42   CORVIN: Located about 1/2 mile west of the U.S. Fish Hatchery, west of Wytheville, it is north of the road and adjoins the road.    It is a small cemetery and not well kept, and contains several graves with no inscriptions.

  • D42---CORVIN, Joseph, Dec. 25, 1795, Oct. 27, 1868
  • D42---CORVIN, Robert T., Co. D, 2nd VA Inf., Sp. Am. War
  • D42---CORVIN, Sarah E., d. Mar. 8, 1884, age about 42 years
  • D42---CORVIN, Sophia, d. Dec. 3, 1890, age about 52 years
  • D42---CORVIN, Stephen, Co. A, 63rd VA Inf., C.S.A.
  • D42---CORVIN, Stephen, May 8, 1843, Dec. 27, 1928
  • D42---CORVIN, Susan F., Sep. 3, 1844, Nov. 7, 1930
  • D42---ROSE, W. H., Jul. 4, 1824, May 1, 1891
  • D42---ROSE, William R., CPL, Co. C, 51st VA Inf. C.S.A.

    A43   HARKRADER: Located about 2 miles northwest of Wytheville on the old Harkrader farm, it is enclosed with a good metal fence and is in good condition.    There are 8 to 10 graves with no markers.

  • A43---HARKRADER, Elizabeth, Dec. 2, 1802, Jul. 24, 1881
  • A43---HARKRADER, Franklin P., Apr. 15, 1855, Feb. 18, 1878
  • A43---HARKRADER, William, Feb. 11, 1806, Apr. 15, 1877

    B44   BROWN: Located in the yard just east of the house at the Asa Brown place, the exact place and number of graves is unknown but it is only a few and perhaps children.    It is supposed to be the graves of children of Asa Brown, or one of Christopher's.    This is the only one of my people who buried in the family cemetery with possibly one exception.

    A45   CASSELL: Located on the old Jacob Cassell, Sr. place about 3/4 mile north east of Kimberling Church, there are only a few graves here, none with rocks with inscriptions.   Who is buried here is not known.    Formerly, a large oak tree stood at the place, but it was cut down and I think the cemetery is being farmed over.

    [Cameron note: Mr. Brown was in error on naming this cemetery.    At one time, the land belonged to the Cassell family, but it was because OLD Black Lick Michael Cassell had married Catherine, a daughter of Jacob, Sr. & Anna (Hough) Tobler.    This is really a Tobler Cemetery, although it is possible some Cassell children are buried here, but I think not.]

    [Later in his notes, Mr. Brown mentions that he was told this was a Tobler Cemetery, going back to the Toblers, the first family to live in this area and owned a lot of land.]

    [The exact number of graves is unknown, and at one time, there were rough creek rocks outside the old rail fence - these graves said to have been slaves.    The cemetery was destroyed in 1913 by the then present land owner.    The huge old Oak tree was cut down by Alf Mozer, and his nephew, Jim.    Jim stood INSIDE the old hollow tree pulling the old cross cut saw, while his uncle stood on the outside.    The huge base log was halled away in a wagon with hay racks and Jim said the log hung over the racks and that 4 horses were needed to move the wagon.    Ray Buck was the owner and operator of the horses and wagon.]

    [The stones from the cemetery, what few there were, were taken by the land owner to the intersection of the old Tobler Road, and the road to the Kimberlin Church, and destroyed with sledge hammers to put in chug holes in the road.]

    [According to some of the old Musser, who were related to the Toblers, it is known the following people are buried in this cemetery.]

  • A45---TOBLER, Anna Maria, wife of Jacob, Sr.
  • A45---TOBLER, Jacob, Sr., bc1735, d. between Sep. & Dec., 1817
  • A45---TOBLER, John Jacob, Nov. 2, 1799, d. after 1870
  • A45---TOBLER, Mary Magdalene, b. Oct. 3, 1803, d. Jul.7, 1868

    D46   YOUCK: Located on the Fontaine farm several miles west of Wytheville, there are suposed to be 5 or 6 graves here, all of them Youcks.    None of the graves are marked and the location is perhaps lost.

    D47   UMBERGER: Located on the Dewey Corvin farm, there are several graves here, but none are marked.    They are said to be Umbergers.

    D48   WALTERS: Located on the Jim Dix farm south of New Bethel Church, there are several graves here, said to be walters, but none are marked and the location is perhaps lost.    There is another cemetery on this same farm, but the number of graves and the identities are unknown.    This location also may be lost.

    D50   GRUBB: Located some distance south of the railroad at Grubb's Siding, on a Catron's farm southwest of the house.    It contains a number of graves, only one has a rock with an inscription.    The cemetery is supposed to be mostly Grubbs.    The fence is gone, but two small Apple trees remain.    Tradition states Tom Grubb is buried here.    It has been farmed over.

  • D50---JACKSON, Mary Ellen, Jan. 3, 1857, Apr. 29, 1860 dau. of James & Sarah

    C51    HENLEY: Located about 1/4 mile southeast of Bethany Lutheran Church, or the Henley School House, it is across the hill to the south of and not in sight of the road.    It is about 17 yards square and has been fenced but the fence is now gone.    It is all grown up with Sassafras, Wild Crab and Apple trees and live stock use it for their shade and to tromp in.    It does not have any rocks with inscriptions but has a number of rough field rocks marking graves.    You cannot tell the number of graves but it must be 25 or 30.    It has not been used as a burial place for years, but is undoubtly one of the oldest in the section.

    C52   GOSE: Located on the Julian White farm near the old Sheriff Crockett place south of Wytheville, the graves are not marked, and the location perhaps lost.    The graves are children of Robert Gose.

    C53   PERCIVAL: Located on the old Slangler farm on the road west of St. Peter's Church, the rocks have been removed and the location is being farmed over.

    C54   FRY: Located about a mile east of Cripple Creek Station [Cameron note: On Wanda Sue Fry place - 1997] the cemetery is north of and in sight of the road, up on a hill behind where the old Valentine Fry house stood.    It is enclosed with a wire and plank fence and is in good condition and well cared for.

  • C54---ASHWORTH, Gilbert Lee, Jul. 3, 1925, Dec. 17, 1979, WWII, SI, USN [Cameron]
  • C54---CROCKETT, George S., Sep. 11, 1883, Oct. 10, 1902
  • C54---CROCKETT, Lucinda Ester, May 14, 1886, Apr. 18, 1887 dau. of John & N.L. Crockett
  • C54---CROCKETT, Nancy L. May 7, 1865, Aug. 8, 1892 wife of J. H. Crockett
  • C54---FRY, Conley Authur, Apr. 19, 1894, Ja. 15, 1978, WWI, PFC, USA [Cameron record]
  • C54---FRY, Lucinda Eastwood, Mar. 24, 1823, Jan. 9, 1908 m. Dec. 18, 1838
  • C54---FRY, Nehemiah, Dec. 7, 1816, Mar. 3, 1888
  • C54---FRY, Nehemiah, d. Nov. 17, 1861, age 8y-10m-8d son of N. & L.
  • C54---FRY, Ruth S., Mar. 17, 1903, Aug. 25, 1983 wife of Conley, [Cameron record]
  • C54---FRY, Sena A., d. Nov. 3, 1861, age 14y-7m-29d dau. of N. & L. Fry
  • C54---FRY, Valentine, date gone
  • C54---McRae, Daniel, 1750, 1869 [Cameron record]

    The family said Valentine died a young man, and guessed his birth date.    There are some 25 to 30 unmarked graves in the cemetery, most of the names are not Fry.

    [Cameron note]  *Daniel McRae married Valentine Fry's widow, Mary (Yonce) Fry after Valentine died. The birth year above is clearly in error. According to the 1860 census, he was born about 1775 :on the sea." Daniel was my gg grand father through his daughter, Esther, who married James W. Cameron.

    Wanda Sue stated that after Daniel died, Mary (Yonce) Fry McRae went to live with a Murry (perhaps related) family in Tazewell County, Virginia, and died there. Wanda Sue states Mary is not buried in the Fry Cemetery.

    Wanda Sue also stated that a Lloyd Fry, from somewhere in Kansas, came to Cripple Creek in the 1960's and had the stones for Valentine and Daniel's graves made and placed in the cemetery. I have Lloyd to thank because before that, I did not know where my gg grandfather, McRae was buried.]


    C55   GANNAWAY: Located some distance to the south of the road that goes down Cripple Creek, about a mile or more from Speedwell.   It is small with a fence around it, but it was so grown up with all kinds of briars and brush, I did not get in it.    So far as I could tell, there were no rocks with inscriptions, but contained 6 to 10 graves.    As far as I could find out, they were all Gannaway graves.

    C56   MATHEWS: Located off to the east and out of site of the Lakes To Florida Highway, a mile or more north of Speedwell.    It has had a wire fence around it, but it is gone now and is thrown out in a big grazing boundray.    It has a small number of trees in it but no other planting of any kind.    The ground is bare - the live stock use it as their shade and stomping place.    It contained 5 rocks with inscriptions that I could read and one that I could not.    There are two rows of graves, the other had 4 or 5 graves marked with field rock without any inscriptions.

  • C56---MATHEWS, ??????, d. 1836 could not make out inscription
  • C56---MATHEWS, John P., Nov. 12, 1837, age 22y-10m
  • C56---MATHEWS, Maria, Jan. 30, 1808, Jul. 30, 1849 wife of Alexander Mathews
  • C56---SMYTH, Alexander, d. Aug. 14, 1817, age 5y-9m-4d son of Alex. & Nancy
  • C56---SMYTH, Nancy, d. Aug. 12, 1831, age 17y-9m-5d
  • C56---SMYTH, Nancy, d. Apr. 20, 1832, age 61y-6m-22d consort of Gen Alexander Smyth

    D57   PAINTER: Located a short distance west of the P. P. Keesling place east of Cedar Springs, it is about 35 by 40 yards and contains 7 or 8 rows of graves.    It is all grown up with trees and brush and is a regular wilderness with a considerable number of graves.

  • D57---ORR, James H., Mar. 1, 1824, Jan. 21, 1883
  • D57---ORR, Nancy C., Jan. 7, 1859, Jan. 22, 1881, dau. of J.H. & M. H.
  • D57---ORR, Sarah V., May 18, 1875, May 1, 1881, dau. of J.H. & M.H.
  • D57---PAINTER, John, Dec. 19, 1796, May 12, 1875
  • D57---PAINTER, Rosanna Gose, Dec. 7, 1801, May 20, 1877
  • D57---PHILLIPPI, Mary E., Sep. 19, 1875, Nov. 8, 1880, dau. of D.E. & N. U.
  • D57---PHILLIPPI, Samuel C., Sep. 17, 1877, Sep. 3, 1880, son of D.E. & N. U.
  • D57---VAUGHT, Alela A., Jan. 8, 1856, Oct. 2, 1861, dau. of G.W. & J.W.
  • D57---VAUGHT, James W., Apr. 19, 1863, Dec. 2, 1863, son of G.W. & J. W
  • D57---VAUGHT, Mary J., Dec. 6, 1857, Mar. 4, 1875, dau. of G.W. & J. W.
  • D57---VAUGHT, Thomas J., d. Feb. 7, 1881, age 74y-4m-19d

    D58   ARNEY: Located on a hill about 1/2 mile east of Asbury Church on the Cripple Creek Road, it is about 10 by 30 yards, containing a Cherry tree and a Cedar, and is badly grown up with briars.    I found only one rock with an inscription on it and it was so worn out I could not make out what was on it.    Could not tell the number of graves but there were not many.

    C59   SANDERS/WHITMAN: Located one mile south of James Patton on the road that runs east and west that comes out at Richard Roe's.    The cemetery is about 18 by 43 yards - the long way is east and west.    The cemetery is in a lovely place but it has been abandoned.    It is a wilderness of all kinds of brush and briars with a wire fence around it.    There were a number of graves without any markers to them.

  • C59---SANDERS, ???????, d. Feb. 19, 1820
  • C59---SANDERS, Mahada ?, d. Sep. 14, 1818, age 18y-11m-6d
  • C59---SANDERS, Stpehen ?, Feb. 24, 1843, Sep. 16, 1862
  • C59---SANDERS, Thomas, Dec. 8, 1795, Apr. 20, 1881

    Eight graves in the above row inscriptions gone from most of the rocks.

  • C59---OURY, Nancy, Jun. 30, 1779, Mar. 5, 1849
  • C59---WHITMAN, Elizabeth, d. Oct. 12, 1851, age 45y-8m-29d consort of David Whitman

    2 other graves in this row with rocks with inscriptions gone - probably Whitman kids.


    C60   DAVIS: Located on the Slate Spring Branch Road near the old Johnson home, it is some distance to the north and out of sight of the road.  .  It is some size - contains an acre or more and is in the best shape of any family cemetery I have seen in the county.    There are no trees, shrubs, or flowers on it, but has a lovely Pine on one side of it.    I did not see the oldest grave with a marker to it but this is not an old cemetery, possibly not 75 years.    A high percent of the graves are marked with rocks with inscriptions: the family names are; Umberger, Davis, Groseclose, Swecker, Sexton, Williams, White, Smith, Rice, Caudle, Sheffey, Worrell, Eversole, Johnson, Fisher, Lawson, Walcott, Collins, Harmon, Grubb, Spencer, and Aker.

    [Cameron note: I think the location number, C60, is in the wrong place on the map sketch.    I think this is the Davis Cemetery, on Cripple Creek, and the location is actually closer to C61 on the map sketch.    See my website at: http://home.naxs.com/cameronnet/    under family and other cemeteries for a listing of burials in this cemetery.]


    C61   CROCKETT: Located a short distance northwest of the school house near Cripple Creek Station, it is well fenced and cared for nicely.

    C62   McGAVOCK: Located about 9 miles east of Wytheville on the south side of the Lee Highway, it is about 24 by 30 yards, and is enclosed with a heavy metal picket fence built on a heavey limestone fountation.    The location and view is perfect, but the cemetery has been badly neglected the past few years.

    [Cameron note: The cemetery is now actually within the boundary of the Fort Chiswell Mall.]

  • C62---?????????, our little Frances
  • C62---?????????, our little Mary
  • C62---BURROUGH, Elizabeth, Apr. 6, 1843, Aug. 20, 1871 wife of J.J. of Norfolk, VA
  • C62---CHAFFIN, Elizabeth McGavock, May 6, 1811, Oct. 21, 1859
  • C62---CHAPMAN, James, d. Jun. 26, 1862, age 1y-22m-20d
  • C62---KENT, Annie C., Mar. 8, 1801, Aug. 5, 1877 wife of Hugh M.
  • C62---KENT, Clarence Polk, Jan. 9, 1846, Dec. 27, 1871
  • C62---KENT, Elizabeth Montgomery, Apr. 17, 1799, Apr. 21, 1869 wife of Robert
  • C62---KENT, Gordon C., Jun. 29, 1806, Sep. 18, 1869 son of Joseph & Margaret
  • C62---KENT, Hugh McGavock, Dr., Mar. 8, 1801, Aug. 5, 1877
  • C62---KENT, James Gordon, Feb. 27, 1835, May 22, 1839
  • C62---KENT, James S., d. Mar. 23, 1823, age 1y-1m-20d
  • C62---KENT, Joseph, Col., d. Oct. 20, 1843, age 78y-11m-18d
  • C62---KENT, Lucinda, d. Oct. 13, 1829, age 18y-7m-13d
  • C62---KENT, Margaret, Oct. 6, 1809, Aug. 4, 1862 dau. of Joseph & Margaret
  • C62---KENT, Margaret, D. Feb. 17, 1857, age 68y-2m-7d
  • C62---KENT, Robert, Jan. 1, 1796, Sep. 14, 1852
  • C62---M, M. no other inscription
  • C62---MARTIN, Jack, Apr. 25, 1878, Dec. 8, 1901 son of Jack & Kate
  • C62---McGAVOCK, A. J., no other inscription
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Abbie J. Williamson, Mar. 2, 1812, Aug. 5, 1877 wife of Ephriam
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Bettie Painter, Jun. 14, 1843, May 16, 1893 wife of J.H. McGavock
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Cloyd, Dec. 17, 1812, Oct. 10, 1886
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Cynthia, Apr. 9, 1800, Jun. 1, 1874 dau. of James & Mary McGavock
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Elizabeth, d. Aug. 22, 1817, age 2y-6m-2d
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Ephriam, Dec. 12, 1805, Jan. 11, 1876
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Frances Hargrove, Aug. 14, 1850, Jan. 16, 1889
  • C62---McGAVOCK, James, d. May 12, 1838, age 73y-11m-2d
  • C62---McGAVOCK, James, Sr., d. Mar. 22, 1812, age 84y
  • C62---McGAVOCK, James, d. Oct. 23, 1839, age 35y-3m-28d
  • C62---McGAVOCK, James H., Feb. 16, 1842, Jan. 11, 1916
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Joseph, d. Dec. 26, 1855, age 55y-2m-26d
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Margaret, Dec. 30, 1784, Mar. 21, 1868 wife of Joseph
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Mary, d. Mar. 5, 1827, age 85y
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Mary, d. Nov. 27, 1826, age 48y-6m-4d wife of James
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Mary, Oct. 18, 1809, Nov. 11, 1859 dau of James & Mary McGavock
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Nancy, d. Oct. 7, 1861, age 44y-6m-16d
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Randall, d. Oct. 25, 1826, age 24y-5m-7d son of James, Jr.
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Sallie
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Sarah, d. Sep. 13, 1839, age 21y-11m-13d dau. of James & Mary
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Sarah Jackson, Feb. 13, 1845, Feb. 2, 1901
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Stephen, Nov. 8, 1807, Jul. 20, 1880
  • C62---McGAVOCK, Stephen, May 25, 1873, Jul. 22, 1873 son of J.H. & Bettie McGavock
  • C62---McGAVOCK, William, Dec. 27, 1819, Sep. 10, 1849
  • C62---McGAVOCK, William, Nov. 28, 1876, Apr. 19, 1918 son of J. H. & Bettie McGavock
  • C62---MOORE, Addie, Nov. 7, 1848, Sep. 11, 1870, wife of W.J.
  • C62---MOORE, Alfred C., Gen., Dec. 12, 1805, Mar. 16, 1890
  • C62---MOORE, George, Sep. 3, 1870, Jan. 6, 1871
  • C62---MOORE, Joseph Kent, d. Sep. 11, 1841, age 6y-9m-9d
  • C62---MOORE, Margaret Lee, d. Jan. 17, 1845, age 14y-1m-17d
  • C62---MOORE, Nancy, d. Apr. 3, 1852, age 43y-7m-1d
  • C62---MOORE, Sidney, Apr. 14, 1836, Apr. 23, 1862
  • C62---TATE, James G., Dec. 14, 1840, Aug. 25, 1864 Killed a Sheperdtown
  • C62---TATE, Jennie Cook, Oct. 20, 1875, Dec. 8, 1901
  • C62---TATE, John M., Jul. 15, 1833, Nov. 7, 1881
  • C62---TATE, Joseph Raper, May 26, 1853, Aug. 15, 1878
  • C62---TATE, Matidla Martin, Feb. 16, 1847, Sep. 2, 1910
  • C62---TATE, Rebecca, Sep. 30, 1839 ?, Feb. 18, 1917 wife of John M.
  • C62---TATE, Robert C., May 9, 1845, Apr. 3, 1899
  • C62---TATE, William H., Sep. 19, 1837, May 16, 1864 Killed at New Market
  • C62---TATE, William H., Dec. 12, 1876, Jan. 19, 1899
  • C62---TAYLOR, Jane, d. Jul. 14, 1830, age 38y-11m-5d
  • C62---UMBERGER, infant, d. 1832, age 21d son of A. & M. Umberger
  • C62---UMBERGER, infant, d. 1836, age 9d son of A. & M.
  • C62---UMBERGER, Joseph, d. Nov. 9, 1835, age 1y-7m-10d son of A. & M.
  • C62---UMBERGER, Margaret, Sep. 24, 1812, Mar. 22, 1857 wife of Andrew

    Elizabeth Burrough was a daughter of Gen. A. C. & Annie F. (Kent) Moore


    B63   KEESLING: Located about 10 miles east of Wytheville on the north side of Lee Highway, it is about 30 yards square with a sorry wire fence around it and has been very badly neglected.    There are a considerable number of graves without markers with inscriptions on them.

  • B63---ALLEN, Ben O., Dec. 27, 1896, Dec. 18, 1926
  • B63---CASH, William R., Jr., Jan. 16, 1916, Aug. 16, 1928
  • B63---FINK, John F., Mar. 21, 1829, Apr. 23, 1921
  • B63---FINK, Mary, Oct. 22, 1826, Feb. 5, 1857 wife of John F.
  • B63---FINK, Melvinie E., Nov. 16, 1836, Nov. 15, 1905 wife of David V.
  • B63---HANKLEY, E.? E., Jun. 25, 1854, Jan. 21, 1895
  • B63---HANKLEY, J. T., Feb. 20, 1844, Sep. 15, 1899
  • B63---KEESLING, George, Mar. 31, 1801, Jul. 7, 1876
  • B63---KEESLING, Julia A., Apr. 16, 1857, Aug. 10, 1909 wife of R. T.
  • B63---KEESLING, Maria A., Mar. 10, 1838, Sep. 19, 1900
  • B63---KEESLING, Matilda, Jul. 8, 1814, May, 1887 wife of George
  • B63---KEESLING, Robert T., May 10, 1845, May 13, 1921
  • B63---KISLING, Conrad, Pvt., Baldy's Co., 6th PA Militia, Rev. War, May, 1818
  • B63---LOCKES, Robert E., May 22, 1896, Mar. 10, 1929
  • B63---PAGE, R. M. a C.S.A. marker
  • B63---THACKERm Susan Florence, 1869, 1940
  • B63---WILLIAMS, Luther, Feb. 14, 1901, Mar. 29, 1901 son of N.A. & O.M.

    C64   TONCRAY: Located about 3 miles east of Wytheville on the south side of Lee Highway, it is in the field with no fence around it.    A large Cedar is at the graves - there are 4 - 3 are the old type that covers the whole grave.    They are in a fair state of preservation but the inscriptions are about gone and I could not make out any of the three.   One grave has a regular marker:

  • C64---TONCRAY, James, Aug. 30, 1836, age 60y-6d

    C65   HUDDLE: Located a short distance northwest of the old R.E.L. home on Cripple Creek, it is about 30 by 30 in size, with a good wire fence and in good condition.    It contains about 25 graves, all but 2 were marked with rocks with inscriptions.    These two with creek rock and appeared to be the oldest graves in the cemetery.    This was undoubtly the Earheart Cemetery to start with as the old home near was the Earheart home.   The cemetery was used by the Earhearts and Huddles and their near kin and was not a neighborhood affair.    The family names found here are; Earheart, Huddle, Groseclose, and Swecker.    The oldest inscriptions are:

  • C65---EARHEART, Garland, Aug. 18, 1829, Apr. 8, 1846
  • C65---EARHEART, John, Sep. 25, 1791, Jun. 25, 1859
  • C65---EARHEART, Polly Stanger, Dec. 25, 1797, Jan. 3, 1885

    C66   SIMMERMAN: Located on the old Simmerman farm about a mile northwesr of Austinsville, to the north of the road that goes west, but is in sight of it.    It is about 18 yards square; is enclosed with a good metal picket fence; with several unmarked graves, and has been badly neglected for years.

  • C66---SIMMERMAN, J. P. M. Jr., Mar. 11, 1857, Feb. 25, 1914
  • C66---SIMMERMAN, John P. M., d. Nov. 18, 1821, age 59y-16d
  • C66---SIMMERMAN, Vic I. Waroner, a848, Jan. 9, 1927 wife of J.P.M., Jr.
  • C66---SIMMERMAN, Thomas H., Jr., d. Apr. 29, 1873, age 19y-1m
  • C66---SIMMERMAN, William A., d. Mar. 11, 1878, age 30y
  • C66---WATTS, Hattie, May 20, 1883, Oct. 22, 1884 dau. of S. F. & Virginia
  • C66---WATTS, Virginia, Dec. 22, 1860, Jan. 15, 1889 wife of S. F., Jr.

    C67   GREGORY: Located a short distance west of the lime dump at Austinsville, south of but near the road.    It is about 8 to 10 yards; enclosed with very remarkable limestone fence, about 2 feet thick and 3 1/2 feet high.    The cemetery itself has not had any care for years.

  • C67---BELL, Emily, Jan. 4, 1821, Mar. 11, 1824 dau. of James & Mary
  • C67---BELL, Mary, Oct. 16, 1782, Dec. 27, 1834 wife of James Bell
  • C67---GREGORY, Jane C., Dec. 28, 1823, Sep. 5, 1847 consort of A. E. Gregory
  • C67---PORTER, Malinda, Mar. 8, 1805, Apr. 17, 1831 wife of Robert
  • C67---SHEPHERD, Margaret Ann, Apr. 11, 1832, Dec. 17, 1853 dau. of D.G. & M. S.

    The following graves are outside the limestone fence.

  • C67---GREGORY, James B., Dec. 21, 1846, Feb. 16, 1874
  • C67---GREGORY, Sue, Nov. 17, 1848, Feb. 23, 1920 wife of J. B.
  • C67---JACKSON, Amanda A., Sep. 2, 1823, Apr. 17, 1864
  • C67---JACKSON, Thomas, Sep. 26, 1805, Feb. 21, 1878

    C68   PIERCE: Located south of the road up in the woods out of sight of the road that goes from Poplar Camp to Austinsville, a short distance west of Poplar Camp.    The main part is enclosed with a good metal fence and in good condition.    But a number of graves are outside the fence; some of them not marked, that are in bad condition.    The graves inside the enclosure with inscriptions are:

  • C68---BOYER, Mary E. F., Jun. 26, 1820, Jul. 21, 1871
  • C68---CHAFFIN, Elizabeth, Jul. 22, 1799, Jul. 28, 1892 wife of William
  • C68---CHAFFIN, George Pierce, 1874, 1935
  • C68---FOX, Robert C., d. Sep. 13, 1850, age 45y
  • C68---PIERCE, David, d. Oct. 28, 1833, age 77y-6m-20d consort of Mary
  • C68---PIERCE, Emeline D., Sep. 6, 1834, Apr. 15, 1902 widow of William
  • C68---PIERCE, Harriet R., age 1-7-4
  • C68---PIERCE, Mary, d. Jul. 26, 1858, age 81y wife of David
  • C68---PIERCE, Mary S., age 2m-27d
  • C68---PIERCE, William, Apr. 11, 1811, Jun. 6, 1875
  • C68---PIERCE, William, Dec. 5, 1866, Jun. 2, 1899 son of W. & E.

    Emeline D. Pierce was a daughter of Isaac & Evelina Bell Painter.    The following graves were without the fence.

  • C68---BARNETT, Settie, d. Oct. 25, 1946, age 66y-8m-6d
  • C68---FULFARD, James W., Apr. 26, 1853, Apr. 26, 1908
  • C68---PRIMM, J. Henderson, d. Aug. 5, 1853, age 14y-10m-3d son of James & Benetor
  • C68---PRIMM, Joshua, Mar., 1790, Jul., 1857
  • C68---PRIMM, Mary, Mar., 1800, Oct., 1863 wife of Joshua

    C69   HUDSON: Located on the west side of the road that goes from Fort Chiswell to Jackson's Ferry, it is about 10 yards square, with a sorry wire fence around it that is covered with Honeysuckle.    The cemetery is all gown up with Honeysuckle and other junk.

  • C69---HUDSON, John, May, 25, 1824 age 77y
  • C69---HUDSON, Malinda A., Aug. 13, 1823, Nov. 14, 1892 wife of John
  • C69---WARDEN, Emily Paul, Oct. 6, 1845, died age 83
  • C69---WARDEN, Malinda M., Dec. 29, 1891, Oct. 1, 1900

    C70   ALLISON:Located on the Boiling Spring farm south of Graham's Forge, it is a short distance east of the spring; about 10 or 12 yards square with a sorry wire fence, and is in a general neglected condition.

  • C70---ALLSION, Elmira C., Jul. 29, 1848, Sep. 26, 1853 dau of J. & J.C.
  • C70---ALLISON, Isabelle C., Oct. 10, 1853, Mar. 23, 1858 dau of J. & J.C.
  • C70---ALLISON, Leander S., Mar. 7, 1835, Dec. 26, 1889
  • C70---ALLISON, Joanna ?, Feb. 24, 1818, Dec. 29, 1879
  • C70---ALLISON, John, Jul. 18, 1802, Jun. 1, 1862
  • C70---BREWER, J. B., Apr. 2, 1852, Apr. 25, 1917

    D71   WALTERS: Located on a hill northwest of the Browning Mill, west of Wytheville on the Old Stage Road, it is enclosed with a wire fence and contains a considerable number of graves, only a few of which have markers with inscriptions.    The cemetery has a number of Locust and Cedar trees and is a wilderness of Honeysuckle and Myrtle.    It is one of the oldest cemeteries in the west end of the county and one of the largest.    Few of the graves have rocks of any kind to them excepting those which have inscriptions.

  • D71---CLINE, Granville, 45th VA Inf., C.S.A.
  • D71---CORVIN, A. J., VA Militia, C.S.A.
  • D71---CREGER, George, PVT, VA Militia, Rev. War, 1763, 1838
  • D71---ETTER, Leonard, VA Militia, C.S.A.
  • D71---WALTERS, John P., 1st. Sgt, 29th VA Inf., C.S.A.
  • D71---WALTERS, Michael, Dec. 1, 1778, Feb. 16, 1859 A loving wife & 8 Children mourn
  • D71---WALTERS, Michael, PVT, Doak's VA Militia, Rev. War, 1798
  • D71---WALTERS, WIlliam, Jun. 7, 1828, Mar. 7, 1885

    C72   OGLESBY: Located in the extreme east end of the county, and 1 1/2 miles south of Lee Highway, it is in a lovely location on a hill sloping to the southeast overlooking a stream.    It contains an acre or more of ground land; is enclosed with a good wire fence, and contains some of the largest and loveliest Book Woods I have ever seen.    Judging from their size and the age of the cemetery, some of them must be over 150 years old.    There are also a number of nice Cedars here to.    The cemetery is not all grown up with briars and brush like so many of them are, but it contains an unusualy number of sunken graves and grave markers that are down.    A number of these markers are broken, and others the inscriptions has just about faded out so you cannot make it out.    The family names found buried here are: Oglesby, Crockett, Ewing, McGavock, Bratton, Lawson, Harvey, Dalton, Snavely, Griend, Gilmer, Chinalt, Painter, Gregory, Reynolds, Hodge, Farrell, Quesenberry, and Smith.    Several of the older rocks found here are;

  • C72---???????, d. 1816
  • C72---D., S. C., d. Aug., 1825
  • C72---PAINTER, Rev. George, Feb. 11, 1795, Feb. 20, 1863
  • C72---SAYERS, Ester Thompson Crockett, stone not found
  • C72---SAYERS, Jane C., Feb. 8, 1798, Aug. 31, 1805
  • C72---SAYERS, Susanna,Sep. 26, _____, Oct. 15, 182_
  • C72---SAYERS, William, Dec. 20, 1791, Feb. 13, 1815

    The cemetery contains a number of the old rock that coves the graves, but on these older ones, the dates coould not be made out.    Mrs. Ester Thompson Crockett who later married a Sayers is supposed to be buried here but if her grave is marked, I could not find it.


    C73   NO NAME: Located on the north side of the road that goes east, east of Patterson, it is about 30 by 45 yards in size, and most of it is enclosed with a wire fence.    It is very badly grown up with briars and bramble; a comparatively few of the graves were marked with rock with inscriptions, and it is not an old cemetery.    The family names found here are: Hubbard, Solomon, Johnson, DeHart, DeGard, Puckett, Grimes, Graham, Payne, Crowder, Boyd, and Hurst.

    C74   COOLEY: Located on the south side of Sand Mountain, east of the pumping station that furnishes water to Wytheville, the graves are on the north side of the valley and just out of it.    They have rock picked up in that locality as the grave markers, and there are a number of graves here - 15 or more.    The place has not been enclosed; it has been abandoned and has grown over like the rest of the mountain, and could be easily walked over without noticeing it, even if you were looking for it.    Family name found here are: Cooleys, Stroups, Shells, etc.

    C75   WARDEN: [Cameron note] The number C75 was not on the map sketch, [I put it there] and I do not know where this cemetery is located.    It appears, from Mr. Brown's records, to be on Sand Mountain, near the pumping station.]    This is west of the above filling station on the hard surface road jst back of a house on the south.    The marker with inscription is: WARDEN

    C76   MONTGOMERY: Located east of the road from Fort Chiswell to Jackson's Ferry, and south of the McGavock Family Cemetery, this old family cemetery has been cleaned up and the rocks removed and the spot all but lost.   The D.A.R. remarked it with a large field rock and put on it a bronze tablet with the following inscription on it.    After all the names and dates, the inscription reads, "erected under the auspices of the Sturt Chapter D.A.R. 1938."

  • C76---MONTGOMERY, John, Revolutionary Soldier
  • C76---CROCKETT, Agnes "descendants buried in this plot"
  • C76---MONTGOMERY, Elizabeth, 1766, 1812
  • C76---FRIEL, Manasses, 1740, 1830
  • C76---Esther, 1795, 1831
  • C76---Sophia, 1796, 1835
  • C76---Rachael, 1797, 1824
  • C76---Silas Montgomery, 1800, 1829
  • C76---Catherine,
  • C76---Nancy Montgomery, 1782, 1816
  • C76---James Graham, 1776, 1846
  • C76---Elizabeth Freil Graham Tate, 1813, 1849
  • C76---Mary Tate, 1836, 1836
  • C76---Elizabeth Tate Crockett, 1857, 1857

    B77   CROCKETT: This is the old Crockett Family Cemetery in Crockett's Cove, about 6 1/2 miles east of Wytheville.    The cemetery contains 75 or more graves; most of them marked, and is in fair shape.    It contains a large Box wood, and a nice Cedar.   The oldest rock I saw was 1790.    This and the Oglesby are among the very oldest in the county

    C78   NO NAME: Located on the south side of Lakes To Flordia Highway about 2 miles southwest of Wytheville, it is about 27 by 47 yards in size, and contains about 110 graves, 35 are marked with inscriptions.    The cemetery has no trees or shrubs and is in fair condition.    This is not an old cemetery; the oldest rock I saw was Oct. 3, 1875.    The family names found here are: Robinson, Sharp, Hagee, Ingoe, Frye, Stroupe, Eversole, McAllister, Bayse, Dunford, Hosman, Collins, Hoback, Irvan, Waltes, and Umberger.

    B79   PATTERSON: This is 4 or 5 miles of the old Brick Church in Crockett's Cove.    It is south of the road 75 or 100 rods and northeast of the old Patterson home.    It is enclosed with a good wire fence; in good condition; has one shrub - a Snowball, and is free from all other kind of planting.   The cemetery contains 5 rows of graves; the two west are Pattersons and nicely marked; the 3rd row of graves are marked with regular field rock and seems to be the old part of the cemetery; the 4th row are Davis' who are from Bland, and they are nicely marked, and the 5th row are Alberts, which are nicely marked.    The oldest rock with an inscription was;

  • B79---PATTERSON, James, d. Jul. 25, 1850

    B80   HALSEY: Located 3 or 4 miles east of the old Brick Church in Crockett's Cove, and a mile west of the Patterson Cemetery, it is south of the road and across the hill and out of sight of it.    Turn off the road in front of Press Thomas residence.    It has a good wire fence around it; about 20 by 25 yards in size; has 5 large trees in it - 3 are Maple, and 2 are Wild Cherry, and is badly neglected but not grown up in all kinds of trash.    It contains 4 rows of graves,the rocks with inscriptions are in the west row but one.    This is in the southeast corner and is:

  • B80---KITTS, J., Co. F, 45th VA Inf., C.S.A

    The west row beginning on the south:

  • B80---HALSEY, James, Co. C, 51st VA Inf. C.S.A
  • B80---HALSEY, John, Jr.
  • B80---HALSEY, John T.
  • B80---HALSEY, John Trigg, Sr., C.S.A.
  • B80---HALSEY,??????????? rock down and broken, could not read
  • B80---HALSEY, ??????????? rock down and broken, could not read
  • B80---HALSEY, Stephen

    There were a number of graves not marked or marked with rocks without inscriptions on them, and the general appearance of the place is that it was an old one.


    B81   McGAVOCK: Located a short distance northwest of Max Meadows and north of Pepper's Ferry Road, it is about 35 by 50 yards in size; contains 150 or more graves; and most of them are nicely marked.    This is one of the nicest and nicest kept in the county.    The oldest grave I saw was:
  • B81---McGAVOCK, ????????, d. ???, 2, 1844 wife of Hugh McGavock

    The family names buried here are : McGavock, Kent, Hanson, Matheson, Puckett, Browne, Robertson, Clairborne, Billups, Hager, Clark, Bridges, Blair, Moore, Mabe, Tickle, Alford, Vaughn, Ametrout, Martin, Doss, Hurd, Collins, McGee, Shinalt, Manuel, Harvey, cale, Brinkley, Adams, Howard, and Dickens


    B82   SEYHERT: Located north of Pepper's Ferry Road, a mile or so east of Gunton Park, these graves are out in a field a short distance from and in sight of the road.    They have had no protection or no care in a long time.   Only one grave has a marker with an inscription on it, and there are some 5 or 6 other graves with field rock as grave markers.

  • B82---SEYHERT, Christian, VA PVT., Taylor's Co., Montgomery VA Regiment, Rev. War.

    B83   JONES: Located just north of the Gunton Park School House, and on the west side of the road, It is very badly neglected; contains 75 or more graves; only 8 or 10 are marked with inscriptions.    The family names I saw were: Jones, McMillan, Eader, Dean, Semones, and Sisk

    B84   NO NAME: Located a short distance northwest of the Baptist Church in the Gunton Park area, It is 30 by 40 yards in size; enclosed with a wire fence but has been badly neglected, and contains 75 or more graves.    Only two are marked with inscriptions on them.    The family names I saw were: McMillan, Hopkins, Jones, and Bates

    B85   SHAFFER: Just east of Wytheville on the north side of Lee Highway, the cemetery is about 110 steps north and south and 40 yards east and west; and about a third of it next ot the highway is in fair condition while the rest is all grown up with all kinds of junk.    There area number of nice Cedar trees in it.    Only a small percentage of the graves have rocks to them with inscriptions, and the cemetery looks like it might be over 100 years old.    The family names I found here are: Fisher, Brackens, Foster, Chapman, Hill, Shrader, Hamilton, Neighbors, Ambrister, Hines, Short, Suthers, Hearn, Hoback, Meadows, Richardson, Akers, Braley, Thompson, Scott, Hendrix, Taylor, Cole, Corvin, and Shelton.

  • B85---Armbrister, Elizabeth, d. Feb., 1879, age 84y oldest stone I found
  • B85---HINES, George, C.S.A.
  • B85---SMELTZER, Fernell, C.S.A.

    C86   THORN: Located just across the road from the Fincastle Market, at Austinsville, VA, this is a large, enclosed cemetery and very old.    It is also very badly grown up with all kind of brush with comparatively few of the graves marked with rock with inscriptions.   The family names I found here are: Sanders, Trigg, Green, Allison, Thorn, Fulton, Ball, Pierce, Kincannon, and Newell.

    B87   CROCKETT: This cemetey is on Pepper's Ferry Road east of Wytheville, northwest of Bethany Church.    Down off the road some distance, it is about 70 by 40 yards in size, but much larger some time ago when it was refenced.    You cannot tell about the graves on the outside of the fence, and only a small number of these graves have markers with inscriptions.    Inside the fence was cleaned up and leveled up a few years ago, but does not have a good sod on it.    It is an old cemetery; the oldest rock I found was a Crockett and was ove 100 years old.    The family names found hee are: Williams, Cassell, Callahan, Gray, Kidd, Crigger, Kincer, Kendrick, Adams, Graham, Halsey, Crockett, Saul, Quinck, Smelser, Guinne, Gibson, Stevenson, Reed, & Burris.

    C88   DANNER: Located about 2 miles south of Route 11, or ___miles southeast of Wytheville, it is south of the road and about 25 by 50 yards in size.    It is enclosed with a good metal fence; in good condition, and contains about 75 graves, most of which are not marked with rock with inscriptions on them.    The family names found here are: Danner, Edwards, Hubble, Johnson, Sayers, Painter, Eversole, Hudson, Rogers, Archer, Myers, and Nelson.

    C89   PEARMAN: Located on the Jackson Ferry Road, near Galena Church, it contains a considerable number of graves, but all but 4 are unmarked, and the cemetery is badly neglected.    The marked graves are; Warden, Amburn, and Pearman.

    C90   PINE GROVE: Located on the east side of the road some distance south of Foster Falls, 1 1/2 miles east of Jackson's Ferry.    It is about 25 by 75 yards in size; very badly neglected, and most of the graves are not marked with rock with inscriptions.    A new part has been added to the old the past few years.    The old part has had no care taken of it - it is all grown up with Honeysuckle, Locust, and all kinds of undesirable growth.    Half of the grave markers are the kind the Undertakers use which last only a few years.    This is not an old cemetery - apparently not over 60 or 75 years.    The family names found here are: Hendrick, Dickenson, Reese, Vaughn, Hurley, Ogle, Davis, Tate, Meridith, Bryant, Gilmer, Shockley, Gill, Melton, Young, Layne, Bayse, Slate, Johnson, Cox, Coole, Moony, Martin, Dale, Riggins, Smithers, Gambrell, and Sutherland.

    C91   NO NAME: This is on Route 100, 2 miles north of Barren Springs, on the east side of the road.    It is enclosed with a nice metal fence; in good condition, and is not an old cemetery.    It contains 18 to 20 graves, all but 4 or 5 are nicely marked.    The families represented are: Robinson, Dyre, Crockett, Alford, Calfee, and Porter.

    C92   VAUGHN: Located a mile east of Poplar Camp, some distance north of the road on the Ralph Rudy farm, it is 25 to 30 steps square; is not enclosed with a fence, and is very badly grown up with trees and brush.    It has 10 or 12 graves with rocks with inscriptions on them and a large number of unmarked graves.    This is an old cemetery; the family names found here are: Vaughn, Tipton, and Stoots.

    C93   OGLE: Located on the road that goes east from Patterson about a mile, it is a new cemetery with only two graves.    It is 30 or 40 yards in size, and is in good condition.

  • C93---FROST, Lee, 1865, 1948
  • C93---OGLE, Frank, 1880, 1948

    C94   STEVANS: Located a short distance southeast of Patterson back from the road but in sight of it, it is about 45 to 50 yards square; has been enlarged on 3 sides lately; it also has several graves with fences around them.    The cemetery contains a number of old Box Woods and Cedars and is very badly grown up with brush and briars.    One of the oldest cemeteries in this end of the county, some stones are over 100 years old.    Family names found here are: Hurst, Marshall, Quesenberry, Graham, Stephens, Allison, Sexton, Fugate, Landreth, and Sizer.

  • C94---STEVANS. Joseph I., d. Dec. 15, 1834

    C95   NO NAME: Located on the north side of the road that goes from Poplar Camp to Patterson, it is about 60 yards square; enclosed with a good metal fence; in good condition, and is an old cemetery with only a few rocks with inscriptions on them.    The family names found here are: Lee, Crawford, Lindsey, Crockett, Lawson, White, Mabry, Lockett, Brown, Swecker, Duncan, Christley, Marshall, Stewardson, and Finney.

    C96   GANNAWAY: About two miles east of Speedwell, it is south of and is sight of the road; about 37 yards north and south, and 40 yards east and west; has a wire fence around it but it is down; and has one Wild Cherry tree in it, and 3 large Oaks just outside on the south.    It does not have any shrubbery or big briars in it; some time lately they have cleaned it up, but it has very litle grass on it.    It is an old cemetery but there are no old rocks to give some ideal how old.    It contains a large number of graves but only 6 have rocks with inscriptions.

  • C96---BAYSAW, John B., d. Jan. 5, 1951, age 56y
  • C96---JENKINS, Euna L., Feb. 16, 1892, Oct. 31, 1944
  • C96---JENKINS, L. B., Apr. 3, 1907, May 17, 1911
  • C96---JENKINS, Maggie, Mar. 12, 1877, Jun. 15, 1846 [Cameron - must be 1946
  • C96---JENKINS, Walter, 1885, age 48y, 1933
  • C96---KING, Mary Virginia, Aug. 4, 1913, Jul. 1, 1937

    D97   KIRK: Located about 1 1/2 miles north of Speedwell, it is well off of and in sight of either of the roads, and about 1/2 mile east of the old Ager place.    It is out in a large smooth reasonably level field; there are no trees or sunken graves or anything to show the exact location; it has been farmed over for a number of years, and was supposed to have been 7 or 8 adult graves, all of the Kirk family.    This and the Morgan/Trigg Cemetery was shown to me by a Mr. Smith, who was over 86 years old, and had lived in this community all of his life.

    D98   SHUPE: Located about 3 1/2 miles south of Speedwell on the Lakes To Florida Highway, it is up over the road on the west side and in a stone's throw of it, or just opposite where the road turns off to go to the old C.C. Camp.    The cemetery contains 10 or more graves, none of which are marked with rocks with inscriptions.    It looks like a very old cemetery and has not been used in a long time.    It is one you could easily go over and not know you were going over one, and is out in the brush like the rest of the mountain.

    D99   MORGAN/TRIGG: Located about 1 1/2 miles northwest of Speedwell on top of a high hill in sight of and almost north of the Speedwell Church, one of the best views to be had here from any family cemetery in the county.    All traces of the cemetery was removed 35 or more years ago; the place has been farmed over ever since, but 15 or 20 persons were supposed to have been buried here.    It is one of the oldest and best known family cemeteries in this section in it's time and it is here the cast iron markers in the Court House in Wytheville came from.    The inscription of it is:

  • D98---MORGAN, Mary King Trigg, Oct. 13, 1807, Sep. 17, 1808

    C100   HUDDLE: Located about 1/2 mile east of the R.E.L. Huddle home just across the road from the John Huddle home,a mile or two west of Porter's Crossroads, it is a new cemetery with just one grave in it.    It is about 20 yards square; has a good fence around it, and is in perfect condition.

  • C100--HUDDLE, William Sullins David, Sep. 5, 1874, Jul. 10, 1948

    C101   RED BLUFF: Located about a 1/2 mile north of Porter's Crossroads on the west side of the road and near a Colored Church, it is irregular shape containing 1/2 acre of ground or more, and must be used by the whole neighborhood.   I could not find out its age; it must be an old one still being used very much, but is very badly neglected and all grown up with Honeysuckle, Locust, and all kinds of brush.    Only a small percent of the graves are marked with rock with inscriptions on them.    The family names found here are: Warden, Wright, Sexton, Mabe, Aker, Puckett, Bralley, Dunford, Jones, Dalton, Hodge, Woods, Ratt?, Atkins, Porter, Williams, Arnold, Fisher, Parkin, Walk, Farmer, Welsorn?, Welborne, Barnette, and Wall.

    B102   SPENCE: Located 1/2 mile or more southwest of the old Joe Brown home in the Cove north of Wytheville, it is on the south side of the valley that comes down by the old Jesse Repass place, and on the east side and near one of the hollows that comes in the main valley from the south.    There is no way of telling how many graves there are as there are no markers of any kind there, and the place is all grown up with brush.    Mostly Spences are buried here but no one in a long time.

  • B102--SPENCE, Wiley J., Co. B, 45th VA Inf., C.S.A.

    B103   BYRD/NEESE: Located on top of a ridge on the west side of the hollow a short distance from and in sight of the Spence Cemetery listed just above at B102.    It contains no marked graves in any way; only one badly sunken one; is all grown up in brush, and would be hard to find if you did not know where to look for it.    It is small - could not be but a few graves and none of them for a long time.    Byrds and Neeses are buried here.

    D104   WISLEY: Located on the W. Brown Cassell farm west of Wytheville or a short distance south of the new West End Cemetery, it is northwest of the old Cassell home on a knoll in the edge of the woods.    It contains only a few graves - possibly 10 or 15; none are marked with rocks with inscriptions; but several graves are marked with rough limestone rocks.    It has a clump of Haws and several medium sized Oaks; no shrubbery, vines, or flowers of any kind; is not fenced, and is out in a large grazing boundary.    It would not be noticed as a cemetery in passing it if you did not have your attention called to it.    It has been a long long time since any one was buried there

    B105   BAKER: Located about 2 1/2 miles east of the Brick Church in Crockett's Cove, it is on the north side of the road in the woods and back from the main road 40 or 50 rods.    Around this place it is comparative smooth and level; the trees on this tract of land have been cut lately; two Oak trees 18 to 24 inches in diameter have been cut in the cemetery that look like they had grown since the graves were put there, and a large Locust and several small trees remain.    There were no cultivated shrubs or flowers of any kind except Myrtle - one of the thickest mats I ever saw, and was over the entire cemetery.   It is 30 or 35 yards square; contains a number of gaves; in one row there were 8 graves adjoining each other and all sunk about the same amount; had been no leveling up here in a long time, and only a few of the graves were marked with rough rocks, none with inscriptions on them.   What families besides Bakers buried here I could not find out, but it must have been used by several according to the number of graves.    I would say it is a very old cemetery; not been used for 60 or 75 years; looks as if nothing has been done on it all this time, but had been enclosed with a plank fence -remains of two panels are yet to be seen.    Negros are buried on one side of the cemetery and it appears that area was the latest used.    This was one of the hardest cemeteries to find that had not been cultivated over that I have looked for - Mr. Albert, who was over 80 years old and who lives east of there took me to it.

    B106   SAYERS: Located in Crockett's Cove just across the road from the old Crockett Cemetery and Rock House, the grave marker is the old horizontal type, limestone sides and end with a sandstone top.    It is one of the nicest of this type; in a good state of preservation, but the inscription is about gone and you cannot make it out.    From anothr source:

  • B106--SAYERS, Robert, Oct. 29, 1754, Apr. 17, 1826 a Rev. War. Soldier

    C107   WILLIAMS: Located about 3/4 mile northwest of Walton Furnace, it is off the road and out of sight of the road and is hard to find.    It is enclosed with a tumbledown wire fence but has been taken care of; has a White Pine, Cedar, Boxwood, Snowball, and Rose bush; contains 8 graves, and all of them are nicely marked.

  • C107--BLAIR, Sue Elizabeth, May 17, 1852, Jan. 14, 1944
  • C107--HUDSON, Alida Clarice, Oct. 11, 1902, Nov. 28, 1905
  • C107--HUDSON, Florida Mae, Apr. 19, 1880, Feb. 6, 1906
  • C107--HUDSON, Ronald Edgar, Oct. 24, 1905, May 20, 1906
  • C107--WILLIAMS, Edgar Thomas, Jan. 20, 1884, Feb. 11, 1943
  • C107--WILLIAMS, Eliza Blair, Sep. 11, 1849, Sep. 7, 1898 wife of William A.
  • C107--WILLIAMS, Florence Cassell, Sep. 8, 1859, Feb. 26, 1905 wife of William A.
  • C107--WILLIAMS, William A., May 18, 1847, May 8, 1935

    C108   BUNTZ: Located about 1 1/2 miles north of Walton's Furnace on a hill west of and in sight of the road, it it about 50 yards square; enclosed with a wire fence; it contains Cedars, Walnuts, and Locust, and is very badly neglected.    The four Bunts graves are inside this cemetery but enclosed with a heavy metal picket fence set in heavy concrete curbing and are in perfect condition.    This is not an old burial site but it contains a number of unmarked graves.

  • C108--ATKINS, James H., Jan. 18, 1853, Jan. 11, 1905
  • C108--ATKINS, John Charles, d. Oct. 5, 1936, age 0y-11m-24d
  • C108--ATKINS, Minia Lee, Jul. 1, 1879, May 22, 1901
  • C108--ATKINS, Rosana, Feb. 25, 1881, Mar. 4, 1929
  • C108--BUNTS, Clarence S., Mar. 8, 1893, Apr. 25, 1924? son of J.M. & L.E.
  • C108--BUNTS, John M., Jul. 7, 1873, Nov. 29, 1898
  • C108--BUNTS, Lucinda Elizabeth Carnel, Sep. 7, 1854, May 9, 1915 wife of J.M. Bunts
  • C108--BUNTS, Margaret J., Jul. 20, 1890, Jul. 27, 1918
  • C108--BUNTS, Mary Rosanne, Apr. 23, 1853, May 4, 1886 wife of J. Watkins
  • C108--BUSIC, J. T., May 3, 1872, Dec. 20, 1918
  • C108--WIDNER, Elizabeth Dale, d. Aug. 16, 1949, age 0y-2m-2d
  • C108--WIDNER, infant, d. Mar. 21, 1948
  • C108--GODSEY, infant, d. Jun. 1, 1950 Infant of Mr. & Mrs. A.L. Godsey

    C109   WATTS: Located on the west side of and in sight of the road a short distance south of Walton's Furnace, it is about 18 yards square; enclosed with a good wire fence; in fair condition, and a comparatively new cemetery with only 3 graves as for as I could tell.

  • C109--WATTS, Lola May Reed, Dec. 27, 1873, Jan. 30, 1906 wife of Sterling F. Watts
  • C109--WATTS, Sterling F., Sep. 30, 1860, Mar. 13, 1932
  • C109--WATTS, Willie A., Mr. 20, 1880, Jan. 30, 1911 wife of Sterling F. Watts

    C110   BLAIR: Located 1/4 mile north of Walton's Furnace; it is up on the hill in sight of the road; the enclosure is about 27 yards square; enclosed with a good wire fence; contains a large Cedar Tree and a Hydrangea, and has been badly neglected.

  • C110--BLAIR, Elizabeth H. Caldwell, Sep. 11, 1828, Aug. 9, 1897 m. Dec. 19, 1848
  • C110--BLAIR, Jerome, Apr. 22, 1819, Mar. 2, 1900

    C111   WARD: Located 1/2 mile northwest of Walton's Furnace, up on a hill in sight of but back from the road some distance; a large enclosure but does not contains many graves and is in very poor condition.    There were a few graves with no inscriptions.

  • C111--BLAIR, William, Mar. 10, 1801, Mar. 27, 1882
  • C111--DUNFORD, Catherine V. Ward, Mar. 10, 1892, Jun. 8, 1929 wife of Charles W.
  • C111--HOLLINSWORTH, T. G., Jul. 4, 1857, Oct. 6, 1921, m. Dec. 16, 1875
  • C111--MANLEY, Robert G., d. Aug. 23, 1945, age 76y-7m-13d
  • C111--MILLER, Nancy, Apr. 13, 1818, Oct. 8, 1903
  • C111--STOVER, Matilda, d. Nov. 7, 1884, age 55y-4m-24d wife of Henry

    C112   HUDSON: Located south of Lott's Gap and south of Fort Chiswell about 2 1/2 miles, it is on the east side of and only a short distance from the road; contains an Oak and several other trees; has not been taken care of, and is about 50 yards square.    It contains a considerable number of graves; many of them marked with inscriptions, and the Husdon family apears to have used the cemetery the most.    The family names I saw were: Hudson, Dent, Martin, Winskell, Crockett, Hurt, Brown, and Repass.

  • C112--BROWN, Eli C., Jul. 26, 1831, Mar. 2, 1863
  • C112--REPASS, Margaret A., Dec. 21, 1852, Nov. 11, 1899 wife of J. M. Repass

    C113   RAPER: Located northeast of Austinsville, up a hollow a 1/4 mile or more to the west and back of the farm buildings of the old Raper place, later the Walter Cornett place, it is not in sight of or near the road; is a little hard to find; enclosed with a wire fence and inside this fence are 6 handsomely marked graves that are enclosed with a stone and concrete wall with limestone steps to get to it at two places, and several graves outside the stone wall only one which had a marker with an inscription that could not be made out.    It looks like there are some graves outside the wire fence.    The markers were unusually nice ones but all were down excepting one, and the whole cemetery was in very bad condition.

  • C113--BORCHERDT, Virginia Rose, Feb. 26, 1909, Aug. 16, 1909 dau of Walter O. & Clarra
  • C113--CROCKETT, James Taylor, age 6m, son of John S. & Margaret B
  • C113--CROCKETT, John Sturt, May 25, 1806, Jul. 3, 1864
  • C113--CROCKETT, Margaret B, Taylor, Apr. 19, 1812, Jul. 9, 1896 wife of John S.
  • C113--RAPER, John Crockett, 1834, 1908
  • C113--RAPER, Sallie Crockett, 1854, 1935
  • C113--RAPER, Virginia Lewis, Oct. 3, 1880, Jul. 1, 1901 wife of J. Thomas Smith
  • C113--ROBINSON, Maggie S. Raper, Oct. 7, 1874, Aug. 3, 1896 wife of Malcom G.

    C114   JACKSON: Located a few hundred yards west of the Austinsville Post Office, it is right in the middle of that hollow; has a heavy limestone base about two feet across all around it, and built on top and in this is a heavy metal picket fence with two gates.    The base, fence, and gates are in perfect condition.    It is 24 by 27 yards; has one Locust tree in the enclosure; no other shrubbery or flowers, and the cemetery has been taken care of.

  • C114--JACKSON, Isabella, d. Mar. 28, 1838
  • C114--JACKSON, John, Aug., 1776, Dec.4, 1826
  • C114--JACKSON, Thomas, Nov. 8, 1762, Sep. 16, 1821
  • C114--LYDDLE, William, Sr., Mar. 10, 1821, Aug. 27, 1865
  • C114--WALTON, Ann, Sep. 14, 1764, Aug. 12, 1844
  • C114--WALTON, Richard, Aug. 4, 1800, Aug. 16, 1828

    Isabella was born near Appleby, Westmoreland Couty, England, and emigrated to this country in 1802 with her husband.    John was born near Appleby, as was Thomas.    William Lyddle was born Dfefton, Westmoreland County, and Richard Walton was also born in Westmoreland County.    From Mr. Brown's records, it apears this information was inscribed on the rocks.    Isabelle's, John's, and Thomas Jackson, and Ann Walton's grave markers are of the old horizontal type heavy limestone rock about two feet high with a sandstone top and were extra nice and well preserved.    The Richard Walton rock was of marble and obelisk type, and the Lyddle rock was marble and the regular tombstone type.


    C115   JACKSON ?: Located south of the old John Jackson home on a hill across the road and in sight of it, it is on the road that goes from Austinsville, to Poplar Camp.    It is about 25 by 45 yards in size; enclosed with a new wire fence which is well put up - the post painted and a good fence; contains one Cedar tree; no other shrubbery; but does contain some Iris.    There is none of the usual Honeysuckle or Myrtle, and no sunk or neglected graves.    In fact it has been taken care of perfectly and all the graves were marked with rocks with inscriptions with possibly two or three exceptions.    It has been enlarged recently and possibly one third had not yet been used.

  • C115--DENT?, W. J., Jan. 15, 1902, Aug. 6, 1902
  • C115--GRAY, Emeline Floyd, Oct. 13, 1861, Oct. 5, 1865
  • C115--HINES, Dell S., 1842, 1925 wife of George
  • C115--HINES, George, 1836, 1910
  • C115--JACKSON, Charles A., Mar. 22, 1861, Feb. 19, 1932
  • C115--JACKSON, Infant, b.&d. Jul. 13,1921 dau. of T.W. & R. M.
  • C115--JACKSON, Infant, b. & d. Feb. 8, 1892 son of C.A. & M.W.
  • C115--JACKSON, James T., Oct, 23, 1873, Jun. 7, 1876
  • C115--JACKSON, John, Dec. 18, 1800, Oct. 14, 1890
  • C115--JACKSON, John B., d. Jan.5, 1951, age 81y
  • C115--JACKSON, Margaret Werrick, Nov. 6, 1854, Dec. 2, 1928
  • C115--JACKSON, Martha? P., d. Sep. 11, 1819? consort of John
  • C115--JACKSON, Mary, Apr. 21 1844, May 22, 1901 wife of William J.
  • C115--JACKSON, Mollie D., Jan. 29, 1869, Jun. 20, 1934
  • C115--JACKSON, Nannie W. Werrick, Jun. 26, 1862, Mar. 9, 1931 wife of Charles A.
  • C115--JACKSON, Robert, Jul. 8, 1806, Feb. 22, 1891
  • C115--JACKSON, Robert, 1850, 1890
  • C115--JACKSON, Ruth Mae, May 21, 1888, Nov. 1, 1948
  • C115--JACKSON, Sarah Jane, Nov. 20, 1820, Nov. 4, 1902
  • C115--JACKSON, Sarah Tucker, Jun. 18, 1843, Mar. 5, 1913
  • C115--JACKSON, Thomas Micajah, Nov. 11, 1835, Apr. 17, 1899
  • C115--JACKSON, Michael, Sep. 19, 1853, Jan. 3, 1929
  • C115--JACKSON, W. J., May 26, 1839, Apr. 26, 1904
  • C115--JACKSON, Walter Raper, d. Sep. 19, 1902, age 18y son of M.J. & M. E.
  • C115--OGLESBY, Albert Micajah ?, Jun. 2, 1835, Jun. 19, 1892
  • C115--OGLESBY, Elizabeth Ann Jackson, Feb. 28, 1837, Jun. 7, 1898

    C116   HINZ: Located on the west of the road going south from Cripple Creek Post Office, just opposite the concrete bridge that crosses the stream as you go south, it is on a hill near a very large Cherry tree; in sight of the road; contains only 5 or 6 graves, none marked with rocks with inscriptions, although 2 or 3 are marked with rough field rocks.    The cemetery is near a fence but not inclosed with one; does not have any of the usual shrubs or vines that goes with these old places - only 2 small Apple trees and Black Berries, and is being farmed around, but not over it.

    C117   BAKER: Located about 1 1/2 miles northeast of Foster Falls and a 1/4 mile or more from the road that goes east from Foster Falls, it is a hard place to find and get to in a car.    It is about 25 by 45 yards in size; enclosed with a wire fence with 2 gates - one on either side; there are 6 nice large Cedar trees, 2 unusually nice large Holly, 3 Maples, a Dogwood, Lilac, and a Poplar; part of it badly grown up, and part being taken care of.    It is being visited frequently.

  • C117--ALFORD, E. J., Dec. 4, 1863, Jan. 23, 1865
  • C117--BAKER, Fred W., Jun. 6, 1885, Apr. 22, 1938
  • C117--BAKER, Susie M., Jan. 27, 1873, Apr. 29, 1896 dau of J.J. & S. J.
  • C117--BAKER, Joseph J., Jan. 4, 1841, Mar. 10, 1931
  • C117--BAKER, Josie D., Aug. 30, 1882, Dec. 30, 1884 dau of J.J. & S.J.
  • C117--BAKER, Martha M., Sep. 18, 1853 ?, Sep. 23, 1888 wife of William McD'Bryan
  • C117--BAKER, Robert V., 1889, 1923
  • C117--BAKER, Sarah J., Mar, 12, 1848, Dec. 3, 1944
  • C117--BAKER, Vicorine, Feb. 27, 1880, Dec. 22, 1880 dau of J.J. & S.J.
  • C117--CARTER, Charles W., Sep. 22, 1877, Mar. 5, 1894
  • C117--CARTER, Nancy J., Mar. 28, 1886, Mar. 20, 1887 dau of W.H. & Charlotte L.
  • C117--COOLSON, David B., Dec. 2, 1871, Jul. 5, 1894
  • C117--COOLSON, James L., Apr. 22, 1877, Oct. 30, 1900
  • C117--COX, Joseph W., Jan. 1, 1882, Jun. 17, 1882 son of J.A. & K.A.
  • C117--COX, Nancy J., Oct. 21, 1885, Sep. 25, 1893 dau of J.A. & K.A.
  • C117--DENT, Susan M. Baker, Jun. 13, 1847, Jun. 24, 1870 wife of John Dent
  • C117--HENDRIX, Belle, Jan. 29, 1868, Feb. 1, 1906
  • C117--HENDRIX, Lee, Feb. 11, 1904, Feb. 6, 1905
  • C117--HENDRIX, Mary, Apr. 15, 1879, Jun. 28, 1901
  • C117--McBAKER, Jane Jackson, Jul. 7, 1817, Aug. 8, 1901 wife of Joseph McBaker
  • C117--McBAKER, Joseph, Jan. 17, 1815, Feb. 2, 1876
  • C117--SHOCKLEY, Grover C., Sep. 2, 1893, Jul. 26, 1905 son of E.A. & L.K.
  • C117--SHOCKLEY, Robert C., Mar. 27, 1902, Jan. 24, 1909 son of Roscoe
  • C117--STONE, Frances C., Dec. 3, 1832, Jan. 15, 1885
  • C117--SWECKER, Jacob, Rev., Dec. 20, 1818, Jan. 8, 1896
  • C117--SWECKER, Margaret R., Jul. 8, 1842, Jul. 13, 1908 wife of R.E
  • C117--SWECKER, Nancy, Oct. 13, 1820, Oct. 3, 1903
  • C117--SWECKER, Nancy A., May 4, 1855, Oct. 9, 1901 wife of William
  • C117--TRAIL, Mandie Mae, Jun. 2, 1891, Jan. 11, 1893 dau. of A.J. & S. J.

    C118   BOOTH: Located about 3 miles northwest of Jackson's Ferry, on Route 52, it is north of the road, and a short distance from and in sight of the road.    It is nicely fenced with a wire fence and white posts; contains 10 Irish Junipers - no other planting of any kind; and is in perfect condition.    One of the nicest kept in the county, it contains only 2 graves, both with markers with inscriptions on them.

  • C118--BOOTH, Bernice, d. Oct. 18, 1939, age 43y-0m-22d
  • C118--SWANSON, Claude, Sep. 21, 1905, Dec. 31, 1927 son of W.J. &M.M. Booth

    C119   SIMMERMAN: Located about 1/2 mile south of the old Lone Star Filling Station about 4 miles east of Wytheville, on Route # 11, it is off of and out of sight of the highway; on a southern slope, not on top of a hill.    It is in a boundary that has a great many small Locust trees, and if not for the one grave marker, you would not suspect graves being here - a close examination shows it though.    Years ago, it must have been fenced judging from the way the ground is worn away but there is no sign of a fence there today.    It is 10 or 12 yards square; no cultivated trees, shrubs, vines, or flowers of any kind; you could not tell weather there was one grave or a dozen as there was no sign of graves or no kind of markers of any kind, excepting the one.    I found one piece of an old tombstone of marble or limestone but it was too small to have any inscription on it.    The one grave marker there - a granite and comparatively new one;

  • C119--SIMMERMAN, Earheart, 1762, 1827 a soldier of the Rev. & pioneer of Wythe County

    From another source, his wife,

  • C119--SIMMERMAN, Mary D., d. Nov. 28, 1838, age 70y

    C120   DAVIS: Located in the Musk Rat neighborhood about 4 miles southeast of Wytheville, it is about 1 or 1 1/2 miles southwest of where the road leaves Route 11, and 350 yards south of the road and out of sight of it.    It is behind a boundary of timber near the top of a hill and cars can get to it.    It is well fenced; about 40 or 4 yards in size; contains 2 large Cedars, 1 White Pine, 1 Locust, Boxwoods, Yuccas and various other flowers.    It must have had a good deal of work done on it but was in bad shape when I visited it.    It was not an old cemetery; not over 60 or 75 years old, and possibly two thirds of the graves were not marked with markers with inscriptions on them.

  • C120--ARMBRISTER, Andrew J., Jul. 4, 1863, Sep. 16, 1940
  • C120--ARMBRISTER, Mamie Belle, Sep. 17, 1876, Jan. 19, 1939
  • C120--ARMBRISTER, Sarah C., d. Jun. 3, 1912 age about 88y
  • C120--DAVIS, Carrie L., May 2, 1884, Nov. 3, 1919
  • C120--DAVIS, Charles C., Mar. 15, 1932, age 60y-2m-15d
  • C120--DAVIS, Elizabeth G., Jan. 19, 1881, Oct. 10, 1882
  • C120--DAVIS, Emory J., Feb. 20, 1887, Apr. 15, 1905
  • C120--DAVIS, Fernando H., Jan. 7, 1855, May 28, 1923
  • C120--DAVIS, Florence Emmit, Nov. 15, 1889, Jun. 9, 1890 son of J.P. & M.E.
  • C120--DAVIS, Frances E. Armbrister, Sep. 23, 1853, Feb. 1, 1948 wife of L. Randolph
  • C120--DAVIS, Henry Walter, Jan. 13, 1881, Oct. 3, 1906
  • C120--DAVIS, John H., Co. D, 2nd VA Inf., Sp. Am. War
  • C120--DAVIS, L. Randolph, May 11, 1857, Oct. 6, 1906
  • C120--DAVIS, Mary A., Sep. 17, 1845, Mar. 9, 1922
  • C120--DAVIS, Mary E., Feb. 21, 1847, Jun. 13, 1925
  • C120--GULLION, infant, b. & d. Feb. 22, 1913 son of G. H. & M. L.
  • C120--JONES, Kate, Sep. 22, 1840, Dec. 25, 1905
  • C120--JONES, R. C., C.S.A.
  • C120--LINES ?, John William, Oct. 11, 1876, Sep. 5, 1946
  • C120--PUCKETT, Lizzie, Aug. 25, 1862, Feb. 22, 1913
  • C120--TAYLOR, Mary Madaline, Mar. 8, 1901 [Cameron--not sure which date]
  • C120--TAYLOR, Robert Edward, Sep. 18, 1883, Feb. 24, 1951

    B121   GRAHAM: Located on the old Wythe Bane Graham farm about 2 or 2 1/2 miles east of Max Meadows, on the road from Max Meadows, to Gunton Park, it is about 1/4 mile south of the old home across the railroad and down over the side of a hill.    It is not in sight of the house or road; about 24 feet square; enclosed with a good metal picket fence; has been kept in good condition but when I saw it, it was covered with a mat of Honeysuckle.   It contains 5 graves; 2 very tall and large obelisk type monuments.

  • B121--GRAHAM, Jane Bane, Apr. 1, 1812, Apr. 6, 1892
  • B121--GRAHAM, John Crockett, Jul. 2, 1806, Jan. 16, 1885
  • B121--GRAHAM, Virginia Guwn, Jul. 17, 1845, Mar. 10, 1922
  • B121--GRAHAM, Wythe Bane, Feb. 21, 1840, Mar. 12, 1912
  • B121--GRAHAM, Zebulon Vance, Aug. 10, 1874, Dec. 28, 1919

    B122   MONK'S CORNER: Located about 2 miles east of Max Meadows on the road that goes from Max Meadows to Gunton Park, it is on the Wythe Graham farm, about 1/2 mile south of the road and not in sight of it, and across an old abandoned road from the site of the old Monk's Corner Presbyterian Church.    This church ceased to exist about a century ago and the site is almost lost.   It contains only two graves, at least that was all that were marked with rocks with inscriptions on them; the remains of an old plank fence was still there; about 9 by 27 feet, it was covered with a mat of Myrtle, but no other shrubs or vines, with a large Oak in one corner and a Haw in the other corner.    This is one of the cemeteies that will soon be lost - both rocks were down.

  • B122--GRAHAM, D. Webster, Jul. 30, 1855, Mar. 23, 1856
  • B122--WILSON, George W., d. Dec. 13, 1864, age 35y Co. I, 8th KY Cav

    B123    DERIAN: Located about 1/2 mile north of the road that goes from Max Meadows to Gunton Park, on the old Samuel Crockett farm less than a mile east of Max Meadows.    Not in sight of the road, it is near the top of a hill on the east side of it; must be 1/2 acre or more in size; at one time enclosed with a fence but now it is thrown out in a large grazing boundary; and in this area, 8 or more plots of from 1 to 4 graves are enclosed with a fence.    One was new - others were rotted down; the whole thing is grown up with briars, Locust, Haw, Wild Cherry, Honeysuckle, etc; and many of the graves were badly sunken and had been that way for a long time.    This cemetery is undoubtly a very old one and has never had but little care; there must be 50 to 75 graves but only two were marked with rocks with inscriptions on them.    Two other base rock like the Derian one were there but the top part was gone.

  • B123--BLAIR, Robert Sidney, Nov. 10 ?, 1919, Mar. 22, 1948 SSgt, 364th AAF Fighter Gp.
  • B123--DERIAN, Susannah, Jul. 5, 1771, Nov. 22, 1851

    B124    MABE: Located on the north side of Pepper's Ferry Road less than a mile west of Max Meadows, it is on a hill near and in sight of the road; enclosed with a wire fence; about 30 yards square; it is not an old cemetey; does not have the usual trees, shrubbery, etc., but is badly grown up with briars, weeds, etc., and a large Oak stands at one corner.    It does not have the usual number of sunken graves, and most of the graves are marked with markers with inscriptions on them.

    Updated Jan. 19, 2001 from data supplied by Mary Jo Loyd

  • B124--ADAMS, Mary C., d. Nov. 11, 1945, age 93y
  • B124--ALLISON, Charles M., Apr. 29, 1924, Nov. 11, 1957 VA, S2, USNR, WWII
  • B124--ALLISON, Lester,, d. Sep. 22, 1946, age 24y-10m-15d
  • B124--BRALLEY, Derek Timothy, Jan. 21, 1974, Nov. 19, 1990 "Henn"
  • B124--CHRISTLEY, Ollie Mabe, 1898, 1965 Metal Marker (Barnett)
  • B124--CLARK, Joel Melvin Mabe, b. & d. May 17, 1940 son of Ruby Mabe & Marvin C. Clark
  • B124--CLARK, Michael Lee, d. Jan. 26, 1948 age 1d
  • B124--COLLINS, Adam M., Co. B, 51st VA, C.S.A.
  • B124--COLLINS, Adar Irene, Feb. 8, 1906, Apr. 16, 1907 dau of Lelia & D. P.
  • B124--COLLINS, Bettie, Jun. 14, 1861, Apr. 25, 1934 dau. of Adam & Sarah Collins
  • B124--COLLINS, Annie M. Hale, Apr. 23, 1896, May 23, 1935 wife of David Dewey Collins
  • B124--COLLINS, David Dewey, Jul. 21, 1898, Sep. 22, 1981
  • B124--COLLINS, David Preston, Mar. 31, 1868, Nov. 18, 1846, age 78?y-7m-17
  • B124--COLLINS, Leila H. Cregger, Nov. 4, 1878, Sep. 26, 1913 wife of D. P.
  • B124--COLLINS, Nannie Irvin, Sep. 23, 1884, Oct. 5, 1949, wife of David Preston Collins
  • B124--CREGGER, Pearl Akers, Sep. 2, 1888, May 14, 1944 wife of Samuel A.
  • B124--CREGGER, Samuel A., 1887, 1955
  • B124--DUNFORD, John E., Infant May, 1963 only date on Metal Marker (Barnett)
  • B124--GRAVLEY, Mittie E., Mar. 7, 1919, Jan. 9, 1992
  • B124--HALE, Lessie, May 11. 1915, Jan. 10, 1925
  • B124--HORTON, Gladys M., Oct. 21, 1918, Dec. 31, 1918 dau. of W. Arnold & Bessie P.
  • B124--INMAN, John Crockett, Jun. 5, 1838, Feb. 4, 1920 Co. B, 51st VA Inf.
  • B124--JACKSON, Evelyn V., Jun. 11, 1927, Nov. 25, 1930 dau. of M. & Mrs. C.W.
  • B124--JACKSON, Gladys P., Nov. 22, 1927, Jan. 7, 1928
  • B124--JACKSON, infant, Apr. 7, 1920, Apr. 7, 1920 dau. of L.C. & W.H.
  • B124--JACKSON, infant, dau. of Mr. & Mrs. C.W. Jackson
  • B124--JACKSON, infant, dau. of L.C. & W. H. Jackson
  • B124--JACKSON, Mary Rosena, Mar. 4, 1903, Sep. 14, 1935 wife of Charles W.
  • B124--JACKSON, Thomas G., b. & d. Sep. 4, 1935 son of C.W. & M.R.
  • B124--MABE, Alice Warden, 1865, 1946 wife of William Samuel Mabe
  • B124--MABE, Harold W., Jun. 2, 1938, Jan. 21, 1995 Hus. of Leetha M. Mabe
  • B124--MABE, Harry A., Sep. 18, 1899, May 3, 1985 Hus. of Hazel A.
  • B124--MABE, Hazel A., Aug. 8, 1902, Jun. 20, 1986 wife of Harry A.
  • B124--MABE, infant, b. & d. Aug. 13, 1901 Infant dau. of Mittie Ann Thomas J. Mabe
  • B124--MABE, Leetha M., Nov 22, 1944, ------------, wife of Harold W.
  • B124--MABE, Mary Bolt, 1865, 1902
  • B124--MABE, Mittie A., 1870, 1953 wife of Thomas J.
  • B124--MABE, Sallie Lou, Apr. 13, 1906, Dec. 24, 1906 dau of Mittie Ann & Thomas J.
  • B124--MABE, Thomas J., 1859, 1937 Hus. of Mittie A.
  • B124--MABE, William Samuel, 1857, 1931 Hus. of Alice Warden
  • B124--THOMPSON, Alvis M., Feb. 1, 1851, Feb. 17, 1934 Hus. of Emma R
  • B124--THOMPSON, Emma R., Oct. 15, 1853, Feb. 17, 1934

    B125    KENT: Located on Pepper's Ferry Road about 4 miles east of Wytheville, in or very near the yard of John Raper, and on the south side of it, it is an old cemetery; the oldest inscription was nearly 100 years old, and there were some ten of more graves with rock with inscriptions on them.    The small stones that were in the cemetery the inscriptions could not be made out and they were left with the graves.    These rocks are no doubt now gone and the exact location lost.    Miss Nellie Kent, of Max Meadows, gave me the information about this cemetery and the removing the bodies and the monument which was done in the summer of 1950.    One monument was taken to a marble yard and cleaned up and the inscriptions can now be read.    The remains of the five bodies given on this monument were moved with the monument to the Kent Square, in St. John's Cemetery.    This square is jut east of the Father Flohr and Rev. Raedel square.

  • B125-BROWN, Anne Dabney Sturt, 1798, 1842 2nd wife of James E. Brown
  • B125--BROWN, James E., May 6, 1789, Nov. 2, 1852
  • B125--BROWN, James Ewell,
  • B125--BROWN, Maria Crockett, 1801, 1827 1st wife of James E. Brown
  • B125--CROCKETT, Jane Lewis Sturt, 1789, 1855 wife of Robert Crockett
  • B125--CROCKETT, Robert, Maj., 1767, 1819

    After James Ewell Brown, the inscription was, "Erected to the memory of the best fathers by his children, Jane, Fanie, and Alexander.


    B126    JACKSON: Located on the north side of the Pepper's Ferry road on a hill 1/4 mile from and in sight of the road, it is a new cemetery about 16 yards square; enclosed with a wire fence; in perfect condition; and contains 7 graves.

  • B126--CREGGAR, infant, d. Jun. 27, 1950, age 6d son of Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Creggar
  • B126--JACKSON, Daisie A., May 26, 1885
  • B126--JACKSON, James R., b. Apr. 16, 1884
  • B126--JACKSON, Newton Crockett, Feb. 4, 1906, Apr. 14, 1942 son of J.R. & D.A.
  • B126--KIRBY, James Lon, d. Jan. 30, 1951
  • B126--MORGAN, George Samuel, d. Apr. 24, 1947, age 66y-10m-20d

    D127    WALTERS: Located on the north side of the Old Stage Road about 2 1/2 miles east of St. Paul's Chruch, it is within a short distance and in sight of the road just behind the Cooper Dix garden.    It is in a pasture field without any fence around it; there are no shrubbery, vines, or planting of any kind; no grave markers with inscriptions on them, but a number of graves are marked with rough field rocks.    There are 5 or 6 graves, or possibly 6 to 8 graves in a row, but in passing the place, you would not know graves were there if your attention was not called to it as there are rocks all around there in that part of the field.    It has been sixty or more years since the last person was buried here, and the Walters family are the only ones that we know are buried here.    This was originally a Walters family homeplace, and the only ones we know for sure to be buried here are;

  • D127--WALTERS, ??????? dau. of Mrs. Jim Walters
  • D127--WALTERS, Buck
  • D127--WALTERS, Mrs. Jim
  • D127--WALTERS, Wayman & wife

    C128    PAINTER: Located about 1/2 mile south of the R.E.L. Huddle home in the Ivanhoe section of the county, it is off of a road 1/2 or more of a mile and close and in sight of the old railroad that use to go through the neighborhood.    Up on the side of a hill back of the old Painter place; a large family cemetery and must be one of the oldest in the area, and no one has been buried here for over 60 or more years.    Only 3 graves are marked with rocks with inscriptions on them, and all 3 were nearly over 100 years old.    A large number of graves were in regular rows - 6 or 7 in a row marked with rough rocks, while a number of graves were not marked at all.    A number of bodies have been taken up the past few years by some of the descendants - some taken to Wytheville - some to the Umberger family Cemetery in that neighborhood and reburied, and the rocks with the inscriptions were taken with the bodies.

    As the old cemetery remains today, it has been abandoned and will soon be farmed over.    At present it has a small Cherry tree, Mock, Orange, Honeysuckle, a large number of Sumas, and a wilderness of Blackberry briars.    One of the hardest cemeteries to find, Ewings, one of the old families of this part of the country are supposed to be buried here.    Fifty or more bodies are supposed to have been removed from this cemetery.

  • C128--COBLE, Actoline, May 1. 1829, Jun. 21, 1855
  • C128--NUCKELLS, Lydia, Mrs., d. Feb. 11, 1857, age 58y
  • C128--PAINTER, Emily Jane, d. May 17, 1847, age 3y-8m-22d

    [Cameron note] Looks like Emily was a wife of Lee Nuckells according to Mr. Brown's notes, so must be an error in her stated age at death.]


    C129   HUDDLE: The Henry Huddle Family Cemetery is about 2 1/2 miles southeast of Huddle Memorial Church, and on a hill west of the Henry Huddle home.    It is 200 or 300 yards from the road but not in sight of the road; enclosed with a fieldwire fence; has no planting of any kind; the graves are in good condition, and there are only 5 graves - two with rocks with inscriptions on them.    There are two more graves of adults, one said to be a Davis, and 1 infant grave.

  • C129--HUDDLE, Henry, Aug. 22, 1788, Feb. 20, 1851
  • C129--HUDDLE, Nancy, Oct. 8, 1799, Feb. 4, 1881 wife of Henry

    C130   CLARK: Located 1 1/2 mile south of the Farmer's Store on the road from the Farmer's Store, to Ivanhoe, it is about 1/4 mile northwest of the Holiness Church; in sight of the road; 18 to 20 yards in size; enclosed with a good field wire fence; with a nice Crabtree, and no shrubbery of any kind.    It has been well taken care of and is a comparatively new cemetery.    Four graves are marked with rough rocks, 4 with metal markers, and 3 or 4 are not marked at all.

  • C130--CLARK, Alvin G., Aug. 4, 1879, Aug. 12, 1934 2nd VA Inf., Sp. Am. War
  • C130--CLARK, Oscar B., 1911, 1941
  • C130--FELTZ, J. A., Dec. 25, 1878, Ma. 21, 1904
  • C130--JOHNSON, Roy A., d. Mar. 19, 1937, age 24y-0m-26d
  • C130--JOHNSTON, N. E., Oct. 16, 1857, Sep. 17, 1917
  • C130--SUMMERS, James Frerney ?, d. Mar. 20, 1947, age 76y-7m-18d
  • C130--SUMMERS, Laura Gleaves, d. Apr. 26, 1943, age 62y

    C131   MUNDY: Located on a hill northwest of Coleman's Store, it is 300 to 400 yards from the road but in sight of it.    It contained only one grave, I believe.

    B132   TRIGG: [Cameron note-- there is no number on the map for this cemetery because it is within the town of Wytheville.]    The following inscription was taken from a flat stone which is over the grave in the yard of Mr. Worley Umberger in north Wytheville.    It was in Mr. Feaganes marble yard when the inscription was copied by Mrs. Phillip Spence.    The inscription is; "Sacred to whose memory and in tenderness of their affection a wife and two children have erected this monument tablet." The inscription was for:

  • B132--TRIGG, John J., Capt., Mar. 22, 1779, Sep. 5, 1817

    C133   PIERCE/UMBERGER: Located about 1/2 mile south of Huddle Memorial Church, south of the road that goes along Cripple Creek, about 1/4 mile south of this road but not in sight of it.    Southwest of the Walter Umberger home, it is 25 by 20 yards in size; enclosed with a good wire fence; it is a lovely site for a cemetery, and has been well taken care of.    It has a large Irish Juniper at each of the corners and one near the center; also a large Hydranga, but no other planting that goes with so man of the cemeteries.    This is not an old cemetery.

    B134   FEDERAL TROOPS: The Battle of Crockett's Cove was fought May 2, 1864.    In it, about 117 Fedeal Soldiers were killed and these men were buried in this approximate location, the exact place perhaps lost.

    D135   NO NAME: Located in front of and across the creek from the old Joseph Hounshell place, 2 1/2 miles east of St. Paul's Church, on the Old Stage Road but not in sight of it.    It has no planting or shrubbery of any kind; has 4 medium size stumps that have been cut for a number of years; there are 3 graves marked with field rocks, and it look like there might be a grave or two in the adjoining row.    It is out in a pasture field without a fence and appears that none was ever around it.    It is a very old cemetery and has not been used for a long time.

    C136   JACKSON: Located a mile or more east of Ivanhoe, off the main road near the Speedway, it is east of the old Jackson home and joins the yard.    It is about 20 yards square; fenced with an old wire fence but will be enclosed with a good metal picket fence in the near future; it has 3 handsome draft Arbavitaes, and several other shrubs.    The cemetery has been taken care of untl the last year or two and most of the graves are marked nicely and only a few are not marked at all.

  • C136--JACKSON, Alfred, Jun. 25, 1866, Oct. 15, 1892
  • C136--JACKSON, George, Mar. 1, 1819, Jul. 28, 1890
  • C136--JACKSON, James Madison, Sep., 1860, Oct. 11, 1917 son of George & Nancy
  • C136--JACKSON, John, b. 1768 in Applesby, Westmoreland County, England
  • C136--JACKSON, John W. P., Jul. 27, 1887, Oct. 31, 1898 son of A. & M.J.
  • C136--JACKSON, Minnis S. Shipwash, Dec. 17, 1894, Oct. 2, 1946 wife of J.R.
  • C136--JACKSON, Nancy Farmer, b. 1773, in Wales wife of John
  • C136--JACKSON, Richard Henry, Sep. 18, 1918, Aug. 4, 1919 son of J.R. & M.S.
  • C136--JACKSON, Sarah A., Dec. 4, 1822, Nov. 24, 1899
  • C136--JACKSON, Terianna ? J. Sutphin, Jan. 5, 1868, Mar. 13, 1927 wife of James M.
  • C136--JACKSON, William B., May 28, 1863, Auf. 4, 1890

    On the stone of James Madison Jackson, the complete inscription is: "son of George and Sarah Ann Williams Jackson, gson of John & Nancy Farmer Jackson. Education was of the Bible. Lived a temperate life."

    The inscriptions for John and Nancy is on a monument in the cemetery, but a member of the Jackson family told me they are not buried here, but somewhere in Piney, the exact location is lost.    The inscription is: "In memory of John and Nancy Farmer Jackson who was born in Applesby, Westmoreland County, England, in the year 1768. Nancy Farmer Jackson was born in Wales in the year 1773. In the year, 1795, they sailed from England to Baltimore, Maryland and was married there. To this union was born 7 sons and 5 daughters and there was not a death in the family until the youngest one was past 50 years old. John Jackson died in his 91st year and Nancy Farmer Jackson died in her 90th year in 1941.


    C137   JACKSON: This cemetery is about 300 yards north of the Jackson Family Cemetery at C136, on a hill overlooking the old Jackson farm, and has one grave which is marked with the inscription:

  • C137--JACKSON, John

    C138   CATRON: Located south of and near the old John Simmerman home near the road about a mile west of Ivanhoe, it is about 12 by 25 yards in size; not fenced; has not been used for a long time; and has no planting of any kind except 6 large old Wild Cherries.    In the base of one of these trees is imbedded a red slate rock that must have been there for 75 years or more.    There are a number of graves which you cannot tell marked with rough rocks and one grave that is marked, but the rock is down.

  • C138--CATRON, Susanna, Jun. 7, 1773, Oct. 17, 1854

    C139   CATRON: Located about 3 miles southeast of Cripple Creek Station north of the road a short distance but not in sight of it, it is up on the bank on the west side of the creek.    It is 12 or 15 yards wide and 35 or more yards long; it has one large Cucumber tree; is covered with Myrtle; was badly grown up but had been cut off lately, but it is in very bad condition.   It is undoubtly one of the oldest cemeteries in that neighborhood and there must be 40 to 50 graves that are unmarked or marked with rocks that have no inscriptions.

  • C139--PHIPPS, Washington D., Co. E, 29th VA Inf.
  • C139--POPE, W. A., Dec. 12, 1810, Mar. 26, 1882
  • C129--THOMPSON, Senah E., d. Jun. 29, 1848, age 12  6 IO 6 6 [Cameron-do not understand]

    C140   POPE: Located across the creek on the hill near and in sight of the Catron Cemetery at C139, it is enclosed with a good wife fence; was once about 12 steps square and now about 8 steps square; has two nice Maple trees in it; is in good shape, and the 4 graves are nicely marked.

  • C140--POPE, Elizabeth, Mar. 28, 1811, Nov. 7, 1897 wife of W.A.
  • C140--POPE, Ezra I., May 23, 1854, Jan. 10, 1925
  • C140--POPE, Ezra T., d. at sea Oct. 6, 1918, going to France with the AEF
  • C140--POPE, Mollie C., Oct. 21, 1865, May 26, 1924

    Ezra T. is list after Mollie C., and Mr. Brown's records state - "PVT, Co F., 605th Engineers, son of the above."


    C141   CHADWELL: Located 1 1/2 miles southeast of William R. Fishersor 2 or more miles southeast of Huddle Memorial Church, it is south of the road and out of sight of it on the southeast side of a hill; not fenced; looks like it has not been used for a long time, and is an old cemetery.    It has a Sassafras and 3 Locust trees and you cannot tell how many graves are there since only a few are marked with rough field rocks.

    C142   EARLY: Located 1/2 mile or more southeast of the John Simmerman place or the Catron Cemetery at C138, it is a good distance from the road and out of sight of it; enclosed with a field wire fence; about 20 to 25 yards square; and has 3 nice Cedars and 6 Locusts, and is a wilderness of Honeysuckle, etc.    It has not been taken care of; does not have many graves, and none with markers with inscriptions.

    C143   EARHART: Located 1/4 mile northeast of the old R.E.L. Huddle home in the Huddle Memorial Church Community, it is 40 to 50 yards east of the road that goes from the Huddle place to the underpass, and not far from the underpass.    It is in a large grazing boundary; not fenced in and never has been; has 1 Apple tree that the stock use for shade and have all the grass stomped out, and there is only one grave that is marked with a rough rock with no inscription.    There might be 2 or 3 other graves but you cannot tell for sure.   It is near the old Earhart home; is an old cemetery; and is in a place you would not have expected a grave if you had not been told to look here.   The person buried here was an Earhart.

    C144   BELL: Located 1/4 mile south of the road that goes along Cripple Creek 3/4 mile southeast of Huddle Memorial Church, it is not fenced in and never has been; about 20 yards square; contains an Apple, Sassafras, Cherry, and a good many wild roses, but no markers with inscriptions.    Cannot tell the number of graves but it is not large and is an old cemetery that has not been used in a long time.

    C145   SAYERS/BELL: Located 2 miles southeast of Huddle Memorial Church near the cemetery at C144, it is 3/4 mile south of the main road that goes along Cripple Creek; it is about 20 yards square; 3 rows of graves in the old part and 1 row in the new; enclosed with a good new wire fence; and has Lemon Lillies, Iris, and a Boxwood in it, and has been taken care of fairly well.

  • C145--SAYERS, Sarah J., Jul. 6, 1873, Dec. 5, 1908 wife of Willaim David
  • C145--SAYERS, William David, Dec. 31, 1869, Sep. 11, 1937

    C146   AYERS:Located 3 or 4 miles southeast of Huddle Memorial Church on Cole Branch, it is southeast of the old Cole Branch School House & Church; in a neighborhood where a number of families lived years ago, and now only one family, R.E. Williams & wife lives here now.    They are over 80 years old.    The cemetery is some distance west of the William's home; up over a bank of the branch and n the east side of a hill; about 50 yards square; enclosed with a new wire fence; has been reasonably well taken care of; contains Lemon Lillies, Iris, old time Roses, Locust, Walnut, and Poplar, and there is a big sink hole on the south side of the cemetery.    Years ago, it was a cave you could go in and come out at the branch some distance away.    Abram Wampler and John A. Moore, early settlers in this area are supposed to be buried here.    There are 30 or 40 graves marked with rough rocks with no inscriptions.

  • C146--AYERS, George Meliven, Apr. 24, 1855, Dec. 23, 1931
  • C146--AYERS, John M., Sep. 22, 1857, Dec. 10, 1919
  • C146--AYERS, Savina, Jul. 14, 1849, Jan. 4, 1923
  • C146--AYERS, Susan E., Mar. 3, 1886, Mar. 3, 1930
  • C146--COLLINS, Amanda M., Apr. 16, 1851, Apr. 9, 1912 wife of J. Melvin Collins
  • C146--COLLINS, Catherine L., Jul. 30, 1824,Jul. 2, 1903
  • C146--COLLINS, David, Apr. 3, 1816, Oct., 1905
  • C146--COLLINS, J. Melvin, Nov. 2, 1851, Apr., 1904
  • C146--COLLINS, James C., d. 1903, age 78y, PVT, Co. B., 51st VA Inf. C.S.A.
  • C146--LITTERAL, Evaline V., 1860, 1899
  • C146--LITTERAL, J. Sturt, 1852, 1931
  • C146--LITTERAL, Novella R., 1906, 1926
  • C146--LITTERAL, Rosanna F., 1883, 1887
  • C146--LITTERAL, Royal L., 1886, 1894
  • C146--MOORE, John A. early settler said to be buried here
  • C146--WAMPLER, Abram, early settler said to be buried here

    C147   WRIGHT: Located about 1/2 mile east of the cemetery at C146, 1/2 mile or more south of the main road, it is abou 25 yards square; has a new wire fence; no shrubs or planting of any kind; is not very old and is still in use.    It has 10 to 15 graves marked with rough rocks with no inscriptions, and most of the poeple buried here were wrights.

  • C147--WRIGHT, Herbert Eugene, Mar. 9, 1934, Dec. 27, 1950

    C148   ROBINSON: Located north of and along side of the road that runs east and west along Cripple Creek 1/2 mile southwest of Huddle Memorial Church, it is at a very steep place and a very unusual one for a cemetery; a new cemetery enclosed with a good metal fence; about 10 yards square; has several Cedars and other trees; is a regular wilderness of Blackberry briars and Honeysuckle, and has had no care taken of it for years.    Several of the bodies here were removed here from other locations.    So far as I could tell all the graves were marked with rocks with inscriptions on them but one.

  • C148--AYERS, Elizabeth F., Oct. 28, 1824, Jun. 9, 1899
  • C148--ROBINSON, Betty Morgan, Nov. 14, 1839 Franklin Co., VA, Sep. 28, 1923, wife of J. M.
  • C148--ROBINSON, James M., Mar. 20, 1835, Bedford Co., VA, Jan. 28, 1892
  • C148--ROBINSON, Mamie E., Jul. 18, 1876, Jun. 18, 1916 wife of E. M.
  • C148--ROBINSON, Samuel A., Jun. 14, 1884, Feb. 21, 1909

    C149   PORTER ?: Located north of Ivanhoe a few hundred yards north of the main road that goes through the town, it is up on a hill in a big field and unfenced; an old cemetery very badly grown up with the usual Honeysuckle, etc.; contains Cedar, wild Cherry, and cucumber trees; about 20 by 30 yards in size, and has a number of graves.

  • C149--HILL, Caude B., Apr. 4, 1895, Apr. 15, 1914 son of Susan Williams
  • C149--KING, Ervin P., Apr. 17, 1909, Dec. 27, 1910
  • C149--KING, Hallie R., Jun. 8, 1905, Mar. 14, 1906
  • C149--WETHERMAN, Edgar Belle, Apr. 27, 1880, Jul. 9, 1906
  • C149--WILLIAMS, Susan E., Mar. 1, ????, Feb. 15, 1913 wife of Robert Williams

    C150   JACKSON: Located on the Marion Jackson farm 2 miles north of Ivanhoe, it is off of and out of sight of the main public road in a large grazing boundary; enclosed with a good metal fence; about 15 yards square; is a comparativly new cemetery and well taken care of, and has no trees or shurbs of any kind.

  • C150--JACKSON, Ester E. Hudson, Jun. 11, 1856, Mar. 4, 1930 wife of Marion
  • C150--JACKSON, Marion E., Aug. 25, 1855, Ju. 17, 1935
  • C150--LAWSON, Franklin Douglas, May 15, 1938, Aug. 29, 1838
  • C150--LAWSON, Lizzie Jackson, Apr. 15, 1877, Oct. 31, 1950

    C151   AKER: [Cameron note----number not on map - cemetery is near the one at C143]     Located 1/2 mile west of the old Piney School House or about the same distance north of the old R.E.L. Huddle home, it is on the east side of a hill west of the road near the old Noah Aker home about 200 yards from and in sight of the road and house.   It is an old cemetery; thrown out in a large pasture field with no fence; no planting of any kind like most of these cemeteries have; nothing but a thin sod like that in the field.    Some graves are marked with rocks with no inscriptions; some are not marked at all, and almost all the graves are badly sunken.    One of the worse I have ever seen, it is 30 or 35 yards square.

  • C151--AKER, infant, b. & d. Sep. 7, 1916 dau of Sadie & L.B.
  • C151--AKER, Noah, APR. 8, 1836, Feb. 16, 1916
  • C151--AKER, J. H. Winton, 1870
  • C151--AKER, Lillie Forest, Apr. 22, 1912, Oct. 29, 1919
  • C151--AKER, Mary, Noc. 23, 1844, Jan. 5, 1901
  • C151--AKER, Page F., 1877, 1935
  • C151--ARNOLD, Dolly, Feb. 22, 1893, Jul. 18, 1904 wife of S.A. [Cameron- dates bad ?]
  • C151--ARNOLD, Elbert McTeer, Feb. 6, 1868, Oct. 21, 1888
  • C151--ARNOLD, Martha A., Jan. 16, 1842, Jun. 11, 1911
  • C151--PORTER, infant, b. & d. Mar. 13, 1910 child of George & Nora

    C152   NO NAME: [Cameron note-- number not on map but cemetery is in the same area as C143 ]    Located just in back of and adjoins the Old Piney School, in a field not fenced in, it is comparativly new with no planting of any kind excepting the wild grasses that grow there.    Only 2 graves are not marked with rocks with inscriptions.

  • C152--AKERS, Stella Gray, May 7, 1884, Jul 21, 1918 wife of Crockett Akers
  • C152--AKERS, Sallie Elizabeth Boyd, Aug. 7, 1886, Nov. 30, 1917 wife of Elbert S. Akers
  • C152--HARRISON, Otis P., 1899, 1950
  • C152--KEES, Virginia A., 1912

    C153   NO NAME: [ Cameron note -- number not on map but cemetery is near the one atC143.]    Located 3/4 mile west of the Mt. Zion M. E. Church in Piney on south side of the hill some distance from but not in sight of the road to the north, it is an old cemetery out in a field; not fenced; it has Pine, Cedar, Sassafras, and Locust trees and also a wilderness of Honeysuckle and Blackberry Briars; it is about 35 to 45 yards in size, and contains a considerable number of graves that are not marked.    It does not look like it has been used in a long time and contains only 2 graves with markers with inscriptions.

  • C153--ARNOLD, Ethel Mae, Nov. 15, 1904, Jan. 4, 1909
  • C153--FRYE, William Franklin, Co. D, 51st VA Inf.

    C154    ARNOLD: Located in the Piney Section of the county about 1/4 mile west of Colman's Store, it is on the north side of the road at a nice level and right at the road and near several residences.    Part of it is enclosed with a wood fence, part with a metal fence; there are 3 little areas fenced in, all are in one row, and is a comparatively new cemetery and not grown up with all kinds of shrubbery, etc.    There are 3 small graves and one large one with markers with no inscriptions .

  • C154--ARNOLD, Edward, Feb. 8, 1885, Jan. 19, 1947
  • C154--ARNOLD--Hattie, Jan. 1, 1890
  • C154--ARNOLD, Jane E., Feb. 1, 1863, May 26, 1922
  • C154--ARNOLD, Roxie B., Mar. 5, 1865, Mar. 5, 1949
  • C154--ARNOLD, Spergeon, Feb. 15, 1901, Jun. 15, 1919
  • C154--PEARMAN, Helen, Dec. 16, 1920, Aug. 23, 1928
  • C154--TAYLOR, Casey, May 20, 1911, Aug. 10, 1921
  • C154--TAYLOR, Lucy E. Jennings, Dec. 8, 1873, Apr. 23, 1929 wife of W. A. Taylor

    A155   CATRON: Located 1/2 mile west of the Baptist Church on the west fork of Stoney Fork, or about 9 miles northwest of Wytheville on Route 21 and 2 miles west of the road that goes west up bewteen the mountains, it is a short distance north of and in sight of the road.    Apparently this section was cleared up a few years ago but now it is all grow up with small Pines like the country around it.    About 12 yards square, had been enclosed with a plank fence that is now gone; no planting of any kind which is very unusual for an old cemetery; one or two graves were marked with rough field rocks; some 3 or 4 were badly sunken; if other graves you could not tell how many, and the location will soon be lost.    Only one grave was marked with a rock with inscription.

  • A155--CRESS, G. C., Apr. 10, 1885, Jun. 13, 1903, age 18y-2m-3d

    B156   TOMPSON, B: About 9 miles northwest of Wytheville on Route 21 on the north side of the raod and just above it, it is outside of a yard and just in front of it.    It is out in a field; not fenced; has Rock Lillies, Myrtle, Spyreas, Rose, etc., and the rock of Jezreel's wife was broken into pieces, some gone.   I understand the cemetery was reserved when the land around it was sold, but it has not been taken care of at all.

  • B156--TOMPSON, ??????, _____27, 1833 wife of Jezreel
  • B156--TOMPSON, Jezreel, Jul. 13, 1834, Jul. 26, 1899

    B157   SUITER: Located 9 miles northwest of Wytheville on Route 21, just east of and in sight of the cemetery at B156, it is in Pine woods; fenced with a 5 cornered plank fence that when I seen it in 1952 was very old but in a perfect state of preservation; and there was a Rock Lillie, Rose, and Myrtle on the only grave there which had a wooden headstone.

  • B157--SUITER, Allen, d. about 1912

    B158   CROCKETT: [Cameron note--I will use the description of the cemetery from the words of Mr. Brown, but it appears that a Mrs. Phillip Spence perhaps copied the cemetery before Mr. Brown, or perhaps had access to better records as she has more complete tombstone data which I will list instead of Mr. Brown's.

    Located on the A. B. Newberry farm about 4 miles east of Wytheville and a short distance north west of the old David Cassell home, it is on a high hill about 1/2 mile northeast of the Newberry home; it is in a large grazing boundary; not fenced; 20 to 30 yards square; has 8 medium size Oak trees, and no other planting of any kind excepting the grass like the rest of the field.    Slaves are supposed to be buried on one side of the cemetery.    You cannot tell how many graves are here but there are a considerable number of them.    Only 4 graves are marked with rocks with inscriptions , and on 2 of these, only a few words remain.    It is undoubtly one of the older cemeteries in this part of the county, and has not been used for 75 years or more.    Tradition has it that a number of the stones were taken to a nearby home and used to make a pass in the yard.

  • B158--CROCKETT, ?????? Bert, d._______b. 1835, age ___y-6m
  • B158--CROCKETT, Catherine Montgomery, d. Jul. 18, 1833, age 60y-11m-20d wife of Joseph
  • B158--CROCKETT, Evelina, Nov. 3, 1801, Dec. 6, 1827 consort of John M.
  • B158--CROCKETT, Joseph, Capt., Jan. 9, 1767, Dec. 18, 1853
  • B158--CROCKETT, Maria J., d. Feb. 17, 1837, age 21y-2m-8d [Brown has 1y-9m-8d]

    B159   POOR FARM: Located 1/4 mile northwest of Reed Creek Bridge where Route 11 crosses Reed Creek about 4 miles east of Wytheville, it is northeast of the Poor Farm spring which is just across the fence to the north from the railroad.    It is on the northeast side of a hill about half way to the top; near of and in sight of the railroad and route 11; but the place cannot be told from a distance and will soon be hard to find.    It is in a large pasture boundary; not fenced; no planting of any kind except for grass; has considelable number of graves, none with rocks with inscriptions and only a few with rough field rock; is about 17 by 25 yards in size, and is an old cemetery that has not been used for a long time.    The location is not to be confused with the present Poor Farm on Pepper's Ferry Road - all the folks in the neighborhood I talked with agree on the name but could not tell me when the Poor Farm was at this place.

    B160   SIMMERMAN: Located on the old Simmerman farm about 5 miles east of Wytheville between Route 11 and the railroad, but not in sight of either, it is southeast of the A.B. Newberry farm and south of the Crockett Cemetery on that farm; on the east side and near the top of a hill and south of and in sight of the Simmerman home.    It is unfenced, but has been; out in a large grazing boundary; has 3 Walnut, 3 Locust, and 1 Apple tree with no other planting except for grass; and contains a number of graves, only 2 which are marked.

  • B160--SIMMERMAN, John A., Aug. 18, 1789, Jun. 17, 1853
  • B160--SIMERMAN, William D., Aug. 17, 1822, Aug. 18, 1846, age 24y-0m-1d

    B161    NYE OR ARMBRISTER: Located north of and in sight of Route 11 just east of Wytheville, about 2/3 way up the hill from the Nye Lythia Spring to the old Nye home on the hill, it is in a large boundary; unfenced; not been farmed over; and is a wilderness of Myrtle, Sumac, Wild Roses, Locust, and Blackberries.    No graves are marked with rocks of any kind; not many graves; does not look like an old cemetery, and is about 8 by 20 yards in size.

    C162   ROBINSON: Located near the old Herb Robinson, now the Ben Dunford home some 2 or 3 miles southeast of Porter's Crossroads, or 1/2 mile northeast of Olive Branch Church.    It is on a hill but not in sight of the road; about 15 yards square; has in it a Locust and a Mock Orange; and contains only a few graves.

  • C162--HALL ?, Samuel P., Nov. 28, 1820, Ja. 26, 1885
  • C162--HALL ?, Mary G., Apr. 14, 1830, Dec. 14, 1871 wife of S. P.
  • C162--ROBINSON, Eldred Herbert, Sep. 23, 1845, Dec. 18, 1899
  • C162--ROBINSON, Maggie S., Sep. 5, 1852, Feb. 7, 1891 wife of E. H.
  • C612--ROBINSON, Samuel C., d. Apr. 26, 1882, age 6y-5m-19d son of E. H.

    C163   RICKY/PORTER: [Cameron note---number not on map, but this cemetery is close the one at number C162]    It is about 20 rods square; enclosed with a wire and plank fence; contains Hickory, Cedar, and Wild Cherry trees, and most of the graves are marked with rocks with inscriptions.

  • C163--PORTER, Bettie K., Mar. 19, 1921, Apr. 27, 1921
  • C163--PORTER, H. A. Wise, Aug. 8, 1856,
  • C163--PORTER, Julia Ann, Mar. 14, 1835, Apr. 14, 1905
  • C163--PORTER, Robert Lee, May 4, 1875, Dec. 16, 1920
  • C163--PORTER, Sallie C. Ricky, Jul. 25, 1870, Sep. 18, 1294 wife of H.A. Wise Porter
  • C163--PORTER, Susanna Shellie, Dec. 29, 1876, Oct. 17, 1903
  • C163--PORTER, Thomas Jackson, Feb. 12, 1850, Jan. 24, 1914
  • C163--PORTER, Vivian, May 28, 1892, Dec. 10, 1904 son of W.O. & M.A. Tomlinson
  • C163--RICKY, infant C. Jean, 1943 son of R.A.
  • C163--RICKY, Alvertie S., 1892, __________
  • C163--RICKY, B. F., Sep. 6, 1865, Aug. 3, 1914
  • C163--RICKY, Charles S., 1886, 1943
  • C163--RICKY, James S., Apr. 2, 1859, Apr. 21, 1915
  • C163--RICKY, M. H., b. Sep. 12, 1863
  • C163--RICKY, Nannie Precilia, Dec. 23, 1863, Oct. 13, 1918 wife of M.H.
  • C163--RICKY, Russell A., Jr., 1941 son of R. A.

    C164   BLAIR: Located about 1/2 mile northwest of Austinsville on and by the Ricky Road, it is enclosed with a nice stone fence about 4 feet high; about 15 yards square; has 4 nice Cedar trees, one in each corner; in perfect shape, and about the nicest fixed and kept I have visited in the county.    There are only 3 graves in the cemetery.

  • C164--BLAIR, James L., Dec. 11, 1857, Jul. 5, 1932
  • C164--BLAIR, Thomas, Jan. 18, 1859, Feb. 17, 1931
  • C164--PEARMAN, Thomas, 1882, 1946

    C165   HOLLANDSWORTH: [Cameron note--There was no number on the map for this cemetery.   The cemetery is located just off the Sheffey School Road in the Piney section of Wythe County.       Turn onto Colts Drive and the cemetery is about midway up the hill on the right.    I wish to thank Mr. Howard Porter, the land owner for informing me of the cemetery location.    The cemetery is 65 by 45 yards in size; enclosed with a good fence; has several Pine trees and various other kinds; all kinds of shrubbery and vines common to these cemeteries, and is an old cemetery containing a considerable number of graves.

  • C165--ARNOLD, infant, b. & d. Jun. 19, 1943
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, Emily Susan, Feb. 23, 1850, Aug. 18, 1858
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, George O., Nov. 19, 1815, Feb. 18, 1893
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, George Robert ?, Nov. 7, 1858, May 15, 1862
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, John L., d. Aug. 25, 1864 Killed Battle of Leesburg, VA
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, John W., Jul. 7, 1845, May 3, 1920
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, Lucy Catherine, Jul. 4, 1857, Oct. 14, 1860
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, M. E., Oct. 19, 1862, sep. 14, 1936
  • C165--HOLLANDSWORTH, Susanna. Apr. 7, 1822, May 11, 1895
  • C165--JACKSON, Donald T., Oct. 4, 1927, May 28, 1946 PFC, USMC
  • C165--JACKSON, Ellis F., Jul. 5, 1886, Jul. 20, 1887
  • C165--JACKSON, John L., 1860, 1942
  • C165--JACKSON, Julia A., 1855, 1933
  • C165--JACKSON, Luther P., Oct. 1, 1889, Oct. 31, 1896

    A166   DAVIS: Located on Black Lick on the Rev. C. W. Cassell farm, it is on the hill some 300 to 400 yards northwest of the old Cassell home in sight of the home and the road.    It contains only 2 graves that you can be sure of and there is space between these 2 for another grave.    There is a Locust tree in the middle of each of these graves; no other planting of any other kind; the Locust are not more than 30 or 40 years old; it was formerly fenced but now thrown out to pasture; the ground is leveled up; and the stock use the place for shade.    The rocks to the graves are standing perfectly, and are made of native limestone of the style and size used around here 125 to 150 years ago.    They are the first ones of limestone of this style that I have seen and undoubtly worked out somewhere near here.    The inscriptions are gone - I could not make out a single letter, but otherwise they are in good shape for another 100 years or more.    Tradition says these graves are Davis', but there is a question in my mind about it but they are so old, it will be hard to settle whose graves they are.    The old Ward graveyard at A8 is near this place and in sight of it.

    N.B. The above in regard to the Ward is undoubtly wrong.    These graves are to the Davis Family and not to the Ward Family.    The early owners of the C.W. Casell farm were Davis'.

    [Cameron note---I have to disagree with Mr. Brown because I think the people in this cemetery were members of the Ward family.    The Wards owned this land before the Davis Family, and I believe the cemetery dates back before the Davis' purchased this land.]


    D167   GROSECLOSE: Located on Cripple Creek some 300 to 400 yards southeast of Mrs. Alice Buchanan's home, it is on a hill, the ground sloping every direction fron it; I could not find any grave markers with inscriptions; but was told there was one with the inscription covered up.    There was a creek rock in a walk nearby with the inscription of a Douglas, the date said to be the death date; crudly cut but very distinct; showed little wear with the rough usage, and it is said the rock came from this cemetery.    The best I could see, there were 2 adult graves; several children, of what family I could not find out; and several slaves buried here.    It is not fenced in; about 20 by 50 feet; several Locust and Wild Cherry trees in it with a great deal of Myrtle, and no other planting of any kind.

  • D167--DOUGLASS, S., d. Aug. 4, 1820
  • D167--GROSECLOSE, Mrs.

    A168   SIX: Located in Six Valley between Brushy and Walker's Mountain, west of Route 21 at the old Six homestead site about 3 miles east of the old Umberger homeplace or nearly halfway from the Umberger place to Route 21, the house site has all grown up and no one has lived here for years.    A few years ago, the Government cleaned and graded, and built 2 small house and a large pond here.    There is little left to show the old homesite; 4 Apple trees not too large and a Lilac; none of the plantingyou usually find around these old homes; and there is a walled up spring.    There was at least one grave marked with 2 rough rocks and probably others but I could not find the grave - most likely lost when the grading was done.

    D169   WETZELL: Located near the old Slater Mill later owned and operated by Eugene Musser, about 3 miles northeast of Rural Retreat, the exact location is unknown.    According to Mr. Brown, this man committed suicide with a gun at the old mill in the early part of the 1840's.   [Cameron note-- Other written histories and hearsay state the man hanged himself in the old mill.]

  • D169--WETZELL, Peter

    B170   FEDERAL TROOPS: A number of Federal Troops were wounded in the Battle of Crockett's Cove and taken to the old Brick Church in the Cove to be taken care of, but several died and were buried back of the church.    Just how close the church we do not know - the exact location has been lost.    This is not to be confused with the present cemetery just north of the church.

    A171   STEPTOE: Located on the northwest side of the P. W. Hounshell farm on Black Lick, just a few graves - none marked with rocks with inscriptions.    Said to be some of the Steptoe family.    [Cameron note -- I believe this cemetery is on the later day Bill Smith farm as you go into Crawfish Valley.]

    C172   WHITE TOP: Located about 1 1/2 miles southwest of the Austinsville Post Office on the north side and near the road that goes by the lime dumps, where a Methodist Church stood from 1874 until 1907 when it was moved to a different site.    It contains over an acre of ground; a new addition was made lately; said to contain over 500 graves; and is still being used today.    Near the center are 10 or 10 medium size Oak trees, possibly the old site of the church; one unusually nice large Cedar tree; the whole thing is a wilderness of Locust, haws, etc.; and it is a wilderness of Honeysuckle, Briars, and Myrtle.    A comparatively few of the graves have markers with inscriptions; only 1 real nice marker; perhaps 6 medium ones, and the rest or the metal ones used by the undertakers.    This cemetery is in the worse condition of any I have seen in the county unless it was a very small one.

  • C172--?????????, Malkerum R., Jul. 15, 1899, Mar. 26, 1909
  • C172--ABSHER, Roger Dale, Dec. 21, 1950, age 3y-5m-0d
  • C172--ALLEY, Albert N., Jul. 9, 1950, age 43y-5m-7d
  • C172--AUSTIN, James B., Jan. 1, 1840, Sep. 2, 1904
  • C172--AUSTIN, Joseph, Mar. 4, 1866, Apr. 29, 1901
  • C172--AUSTIN, Martha J., May 1, 1839, Jul. 1, 1884 wife of James B.
  • C172--AUSTIN, Tabitha, Aug. 11, 1901, age 35y
  • C172--COOK, Magalina, Aug. 20, 1947, age 15y-11m-19d
  • C172--CROWDER, Elizabeth S., 1874, 1940 wife of W. T. Crowder
  • C172--DAVIDSON, Happy P., May __, 1801, Sep. __, 1900 wife of John
  • C172--DOSS, Polly Jane, Dec. 28, 1874, Oct. 28, 1941
  • C172--DOSS, William T., 1872, 1950
  • C172--GRAY, Ira V., Apr. 27, 1890, Sep. 23, 1918
  • C172--GRAY, Minnie D., Jan. 30, 1890, Jul. 27, 1923 wife of Ira
  • C172--GRAY, Sanders, Dec. 18, 1898, Jul. 1, 1934
  • C172--HARKINS, Alfred M., d. Mar. 9, 1932, age 49y-10m-9d
  • C172--HAWKINS, Walter R., Oct. 22, 1920, Jun 12. 1944
  • C172--HILL, Tiny Lore, Aug. 30, 1950, age 0y-4m-24d
  • C172--HUNLEY, Charles B., Feb. 13, 1899, May 25, 1920
  • C172--HUNLEY, Mary Ann King, Feb. 22, 1880, Aug. 15, 1941 wife of William H.
  • C172--HUNLEY, William H., Sep. 14, 1875, Aug. 9, 1945
  • C172--JONES, Albert P., Jun. 18, 1894, Nov. 18, 1930 Husband of Allie Carrie
  • C172--JONES, Shirlie Marie, Jul. 29, 1941, Nov. 13, 1941 dau of O.M. & P.R.
  • C172--KING, Alice, Apr. 15, 1873, Aug. 31, 1935
  • C172--MABE, John W., Sep. 28, 1880, Jul. 21, 1938
  • C172--MABE, Sallie J., Jul. 4, 1850, mar. 30, 1939
  • C172--MABE, William, 1844, 1926
  • C172--NEWTON, John C., Co. D, 2nd VA Regt., Sp. Am. War
  • C172--PARKER, Amanda J., Apr. 14, 1849 in Barbuque Co., Iowa, Nov. 19, 1893
  • C172--POOLE, Price, Dec. 26, 1847, age 53y-0m-8d
  • C172--PORTER, Alexander Stephen, Oct. 13, 1862, Jun. 3 1941
  • C172--PORTER, Lidece Ann, Aug. 18, 1850, age 76y-7m-16d
  • C172--SHUPE, John 1st or 2nd grave according to Mr. Brown
  • C172--STOOTS, Henry 1st or 2nd grave according to Mr. Brown son of John Shupe.
  • C172--STOOTS, Julia Ann, Mar. 30, 1951, age 50y-9m-23
  • C172--STOOTS, Mildred F., Jun. 15, 1918, Dec. 30, 1922 dau of C.C. & W.M.
  • C172--WINESETT, Elizabeth M., Feb. 15, 1856, Jan. 25, 1894
  • C172--WINESETT, John F., d. Feb. 1, 1916, age 27y
  • C172--WINESETT, William P., Aug. 29, 1877, Jul. 28, 1934

    Amanda J. Parker was the wife of W. B. H. Davidson


    A173   OLD WEST END CEMETERY, WYTHEVILLE:[Cameron note-- Mr. Brown had no description of this cemetery but it's location was on the right side of and just off Route 11 as you leave Wytheville, where today, there is a ball park.    These graves were moved to the new West End Cemetery about 1 1/2 southwest on Route 11.    The following information was obtained by Mr. Brown from a paper of a Mrs. Audrey K. Spence, which she made in 1935.]

  • A173--???????, Walter, Dec. 29, 1853, Jul 20, 1855 son of William & Myra
  • A173--BEVILLE, Jacob, d. Dec. 20, 1832, age 2y-1d
  • A173--BIEKLE, Caroline L., 1851
  • A173--CLARK, Betsy, d. Apr. 19, 1862, age 57y erected by sons, George, John, & Robert
  • A173--COLEMAN, Joseph Michael, May 9, 1831, Jul. 22, 1831
  • A173--COLEMAN, Mary Ann, May 28, 1830, Jun. 11, 1830
  • A173--DAVIS, Frances M., Mar. 21, 1814, Sep. 11, 1878
  • A173--DAVIS, Robert W., Jan. 14, 1848, Nov. 28, 1866
  • A173--FENLEY, W. N., Jun. 30, 1853, Feb. 20, 1857 son of A.J. & T.A.
  • A173--GILLASPIE, Sarah G., d. Mar 14, 183? consort of John
  • A173--GOOSLIN, Minerve, Aug. 17, 1848, Oct. 8, 1865
  • A173--JOHNSON, Mary Ann, Aug. 11, 1821, Jun. 22, 1870
  • A173--KYLE, Robert, d. Mar. 29, 1852, age 57y a Mason, native of Tyrone Co., Ireland
  • A173--LITTON, Milton, d. Mar. 21, 1851, age 36y
  • A173--MADOX, Jane, Sep. 4, 1822, Sep. 4, 1854 wife of John, native of Breecooshat, Wales
  • A173--RICHARD, Nimrod & family
  • A173--RICHMOND, Jonathan, Jan 15, 1834, Aug. 9, 1861
  • A173--RIDER, infant, 1825 child of Nathaniel Bib or Rib (prob)
  • A173--SEACATT, Charles C., d. Mar. 15, 1854, age 1y-1m-20d
  • A173--SEACATT, Eliza T., d. Aug. 25, 1859, age 5y-8m-7d
  • A173--SEACATT, Elizabeth, d. Oct. 15, 1845, age 65y-5m-5d
  • A173--SEACATT, Elmira J., d. Nov. 20, 1857, age 14d
  • A173--SEACATT, William E., d. Jul. 15, 1858, age 2y-11m-15d
  • A173--SEXTON, Barbara, d. Apr. 4, 1838, age 67y-4m-23d 2nd wife of Joseph
  • A173--SEXTON, John, 1811, 1868
  • A173--SEXTON, John M., 1841, 1864
  • A173--SEXTON, John M., 1861, 1865 C.S.A. marker
  • A173--SEXTON, Joseph, d. Sep. 21, 1829, age 56y-7m-7d
  • A173--SEXTON, Joseph C. C.S.A. marker
  • A173--SEXTON, Julia A., 1812, 1889 2nd wife of John Sexton
  • A173--SEXTON, L. J., 1832, 1832
  • A173--SEXTON, N. B., 1835, 1867
  • A173--SEXTON, N. B., 1861, 1865 C.S.A. marker
  • A173--SEXTON, Phebe, d. Feb. 14, 1850, age 90y-9m-9d
  • A173--SEXTON, Priscilla, d. Nov. 8, 1843, age 38y-9m-28d 1st wife of Jon Sexton
  • A173--SEXTON, William R., 1841, 1841 ?
  • A173--SHORES, Christian, Jan. 27, 1794, Jan. 5, 1835 a Mason
  • A173--SHORTT, Calvin R., Sep. 7, 1800, Jul. 18, 1877 Vet. of Mex. War & C.S.A. marker
  • A173--SHORTT, M. P. A., 1861, 1865 C.S.A. marker
  • A173--SHORTT, Sallie, d. Sep. 24, 1865, age 52y
  • A173--SMITH, Nancy, d. Jan. 12, 1890, age 67y
  • A173--TRIGG, Mary Jane, Jan. 20, 1841, Aug. 2, 1853 dau of Ann Trigg
  • A173--YOST, Rev. Casper, d. Jan. 4, 1850, age 48y member of the Methodist Church

    Jonathan Richmond was a son of General Richmond, of Lee County, and Capt. in the C.S.A.


    ST. JOHN'S CHURCH CEMETERY

    [ Cameron's note -- The St. John's Church is located on US Route 21/52 north just on the outskirts of Wytheville, and dates to about 1800, or a few years before.    I am not sure when Mr. Brown copied this cemetery, but the list appears to be incomplete although I cannot be certain of that fact.    Following are the records found in Mr. Brown's notes.    NOTE !!! At the end of each individual line, you will see something like "StJ" -----This is not a part of the inscription --- it is used in the Alpha List to identify the cemetery.]

  • BROWN, Alexander P., Aug. 18, 1892, Mar. 3, 1919--StJ
  • BROWN, Anna Maria, Jul. 14, 1778, Dec. 19, 1849 wife of Christopher--StJ
  • BROWN, Barbara, d. Jun. 28, 1841, age 62y-6m-29d--StJ
  • BROWN, Christopher, Sr., Jul. 16, 1816, age 65y--StJ
  • BROWN, Christopher, Nov. 7, 1774, Sep. 20, 1850--StJ
  • BROWN, Daniel, Apr. 4, 1803, Sep. 6, 1856--StJ
  • BROWN, David Sexton, Jul. 9, 1848, Feb. 25, 1900--StJ
  • BROWN, Elenora C., Aug. 1, 1819, Jul. 20, 1879 wife of Rev. James A.--StJ
  • BROWN, Enid Spence, Mar. 1, 1902, Nov. 8, 1936 wife of James A.--StJ
  • BROWN, George, d. Feb. 12, 1870, age 20y--StJ
  • BROWN, Helen Virginia, Oct. 19, 1854, Jul. 28, 1861 dau of John C. & Margaret--StJ
  • BROWN, Henry, Feb. 19, 1818, feb. 24, 1888--StJ
  • BROWN, Isabelle C., Apr. 14, 1812, Feb. 18, 1883--StJ
  • BROWN, James A., Feb. 12, 1870, age 19y--StJ
  • BROWN, James Andrew, Dec. 22, 1815, Mar. 4, 1900--StJ
  • BROWN, James Wesley, May 5, 1846, age 14y-5m son of Dan & Theresa--StJ
  • BROWN, Jesse, b. Dec. 1819, age 7y son of John & Mary--StJ
  • BROWN, Jesse, Dec., 1819, 1826, age 7y son of John & Mary--StJ
  • BROWN, John, d. Jul. 6, 1853, age 64y--StJ
  • BROWN, John H., d. Mar. 13, 1851, age 61y-2m--StJ
  • BROWN, John H., d. Mar. 17, 1851, age 64y-2m--StJ
  • BROWN, Joseph, Feb. 23, 1816, Mar. 3, 1884--StJ
  • BROWN, Joseph G. M., Apr. 5, 1862, May 27, 1866 son of John C. & Margaret--StJ
  • BROWN, Joseph R., Lt., Sep. 13, 18__, Mar. 9, 1864 Killed Cloyd's Mt. C.S.A.--StJ
  • BROWN, Joseph W., d. 1821, age ___-11m?-26d son of Christopher & Maria--StJ
  • BROWN, Lydia, Nov. 1, 1819, Jan. 9, 1896 wife of Henry--StJ
  • BROWN, Margaret Catherine, Jun. 15, 1849, Sep. 28, 1852 dau of Henry & Lydia--StJ
  • BROWN, Margaret Eahart, Apr. 23, 1822, Oct. 30, 188? wife of Rufus--StJ
  • BROWN, Maria, d. May 10, 1822, age 63y-7m wife of Christopher--StJ
  • BROWN, Mary, Mar. 13, 1793, Apr. 9, 1867 wife of John--StJ
  • BROWN, Matilda Jane, d. Jan. 14, 1844, age 67y-2m dau of J. & S. Brown--StJ
  • BROWN, Matilda Jane, b. Jan. 1844, age 6y-2m dau of J. & M. Brown--StJ
  • BROWN, Matilda M., Feb. 11, 1859, sep. 2, 1860 dau of Henry & Lydia--StJ
  • BROWN, M. C., Feb. 1?, 1846, Jun. 25, 1862--StJ
  • BROWN, Michael, May 17, 1776, Aug. 3, 1849, age 73y-2m-13d--StJ
  • BROWN, Nancy E. Buchanan, Oct. 25, 1843, Dec. ??, 1888? wife of Rufus--StJ
  • BROWN, Rufus, Nov. 1, 1819, Nov. 27, 1897--StJ
  • BROWN, Sarah Hudson, Mar. 10, 1818, Apr. 10, 1880 wife of Joseph--StJ
  • BROWN, Sarah T., Nov. 27, 1820, feb. 28, 1900 wife of John A.--StJ
  • BROWN, Susan Virginia, Jun. 28, 1852, Sep. 30, 1852 dau of Henry & Lydia--StJ
  • BROWN, Theresa, d. Nov. 7, 1879, age 82y-8m-11d wife of Daniel Brown & Mike Miller--StJ
  • BROWN, W. H., Sep. 14, 1811, Dec. 27, 1893--StJ
  • BROWN, William K., Apr. 6, 1852, Aug. 17, 1866 son of John A. & Sarah--StJ
  • CASSELL, Catherine, Dec. 15, 1795, age 65y-7m-14d wife of David--StJ
  • CASSELL, Charles W., 1842, 1880--StJ
  • CASSELL, David, Jan. 7, 1784, Apr. 11, 1869--StJ
  • CASSELL, Joseph, Col., May 17, 1802, Aug.. 21, 1881--StJ
  • CASSELL, Margaret, d. Dec. 27, 1847, age 67y-6m-9d--StJ
  • CASSELL, Nancy C., 1841, 1911--StJ
  • CASSELL, Susan Wisley, Feb. 27, 1810, Nov. 14, 1874 wife of Joseph--StJ
  • CREGER, Mary Ann, d. Apr. 12, 1873, age 47y-0m-18d wife of James B.--StJ
  • DAVIS, Jacob, b. Aug. 13, 1820, age 30y-4m-?d inscription in German--StJ
  • ETTER, Daniel, d. Sep. 5, 1805, age 53y-4m-7d [Cameron- gave land for cemetery--StJ
  • FISHER, Edward, d. Jul. 29, 1878, age 5y-4m-15d son of W.G. & S.J. Repass--StJ
  • FISHER, Joseph, d. May 7, 1866, age 61y-9m--StJ
  • FISHER, Margaret Caroline, Oct. 11, 1841, Jan. 11, 1873 wife of Joseph--StJ
  • FISHER, Sarah, d. Oct. 2, 1883, age about 87y wife of Joesph--StJ
  • FLOHR, Elizabeth, Jul. 19, 1777, Jul. 25, 1858 relict of Rev. George--StJ
  • FLOHR, George D., Rev., Aug. 30, 1762, Apr. 30, 1826 inscription in German--StJ
  • GIBBONY, David, d. Jul. 10, 1823, age 10y-6m--StJ
  • HARKRADER, Barbara Soph?, Feb. 7, 1753 probably wife of John--StJ
  • HARKRADER, Isaac, d. Sep. 13, 1834, age 32y-0m-12d--StJ
  • HOUNSHELL, Nancy, d. Apr. 4, 1893, age 93y-6m-8d wife of William--StJ
  • HOUNSHELL, William, Feb. 14, 1793, Apr. 28, 1893--StJ
  • HUFFARD, Alice Hudson, d. Jan. 22, 1891, age 65y-9m-6d--StJ
  • HUFFARD, Andrew, d. Jan. 25, 1891, age 72y-9m-25d--StJ
  • HUFFARD, David Clay, Oct. 27, 1857, Oct. 19, 1897--StJ
  • IMKB, Dec. 10, 1790, Oct. ??. 1818--StJ
  • NEFF, Anna Mary, d. Aug. 11, 1831, age 34y wife of John, dau of John Baumgardner--StJ
  • KEGLEY, Catherine, Jan. 20, 1805, Jan. 2, 1864 wife of John--StJ
  • KEGLEY, Hans Martin, Sep. 9, 1782, Mar. 10, 1844 son of Geroge--StJ
  • KEGLEY, John, Mar. 6, 1797, May 6, 1866--StJ
  • KINDER, Polly, d. Aug. 3, 1814, age 4y-1m-9d--StJ
  • KNIPP, Mary, Mar. 16, 1714, Nov. 3, 1804--StJ
  • LEEDY, Josiah, Sep. 5, 1813, Dec. 24, 1903--StJ
  • LEEDY, Sallie Kegley, Apr. 14, 1814, Nov. 27, 1894 wife of Josiah m. Oct. 3, 1837--StJ
  • MKEI?, Adam, --StJ
  • MKEI?, George, d. Aug. 15, 1825--StJ
  • MYLEY, M., Dec. 28, 1802, Jan. 27, 1822--StJ
  • PALMER, Catherine, May 26, 1837, Apr. 9, 1890--StJ
  • PALMER, Christian, d. Jul. 15, 1846, age 37y-5m-25d--StJ
  • PATTERSON, Annie, d. Aug. 23, 1870 dau of J.H. & M.--StJ
  • PHELPS, Emily, d. Mar. 29, 1832, age 32y of Stockbridge, VA wife of George ?--StJ
  • PHELPS, George H., d. Jun. 2, 1865, in Farmville, VA, age 38y-1m-14d--StJ
  • RADER, Casper, d. Jun. 6, 1811, age 80y--StJ
  • RADER, Rachael, d. Oct. 31, 1816, age 70y wife of Casper--StJ
  • RAEDEL, William D., Rev., Jan. 1, 1829, Dec. 12, 1865--StJ
  • RAEDER, James Jackson, Aug. 27, 18__, Jul. 10, 18__--StJ
  • REPASS, infant, b. Jul. 10, 1859 infant of Jesse & Lydia--StJ
  • REPASS, Augusta Umberger, 1855, 1921--StJ
  • REPASS, Barbara, Feb. 12, 1790, Jan. 1, 1827 wife of William--StJ
  • REPASS, Christina, d. Dec. 19, 1867, age 72y-9m-4d wife of William--StJ
  • REPASS, Clarence A., d. Feb. 10, 1925, age 46y-3m-36d--StJ
  • REPASS, Daniel--StJ
  • REPASS, Daniel, Jun. 24, 1766, sep. 28, 1833--StJ
  • REPASS, Elizabeth, May 18, 1820, Aug. 20, 1855 wife of Jacob--StJ
  • REPASS, Emily McKay, 1850, 1931--StJ
  • REPASS, George F., Jun. 26, 1832, Jun. 8, 1882--StJ
  • REPASS, J. Robinson, 1849, 1891--StJ
  • REPASS, Jacob, Aug. 19, 1737, Jun. 21, 1814, age 76y-9m-2d--StJ
  • REPASS, Jacob, Dec. 6, 1816, Dec. 25, 1880--StJ
  • REPASS, Jacob, Jr., Sep. 19. 1811, Aug. 12, 1835--StJ
  • REPASS, John, 1836--StJ
  • REPASS, Joseph Milton, d. Aug. 31, 1872, age 7y-5m-19d son of W.G. & J. Repass--StJ
  • REPASS, Lydia, Jan. 11, 1809, Jul. 14, 1897 wife of Jesse--StJ
  • REPASS, Mary E., d. sep. 10, 1853, age 24y-9m-20d wife of John [Cameron looks duped--StJ
  • REPASS, Mary E., d. Sep. 10, 1833, 24y-9m-20d wife of John--StJ
  • REPASS, Mary Ellen, Aug. 25, 1873, age 3y-9m-22d dau of W.G. & J. Repass--StJ
  • REPASS, Nathaniel, Nov. 13, 1833, May 18, 1836--StJ
  • REPASS, Sarah J., d. Ju. 14, 1914, age 75y-4m-14d--StJ
  • REPASS, Stephen Willis, d. Apr. 2, 1873, age 6y-2m-10d son of W.G. & J. Repass--StJ
  • REPASS, Sophia, Oct. 20, 1816, Sep. 16, 1829--StJ
  • REPASS, Thomas W., M.D., Jul. 10, 1867, Nov. 8, 1925--StJ
  • REPASS, William, d. Feb. 3, 1821, age 23y-1m--StJ
  • REPASS, William, Jul. 16, 1794, Oct. 6, 1868--StJ
  • REPASS, William Gordon, d. Nov. 30, 1895, in Hoc Signo Vinces, age 58y-5m-28d--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Alice Virginia, May 4, 1856, Nov. 23, 1931 wife of James A. Brown, D.D.--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Amos K., Jan. 30, 1825, Nov. 31, 1861--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Daniel, Feb. 24, 1776, Oct. 12, 1840, age 64y-7m-19d--StJ
  • SHARITZ, David McAnnally, Feb. 25, 1834, Jan. 17, 1862 51st VA Reg.--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Elizabeth, Nov. 29, 1823, Aug. 21, 1886 wife of Amos K.--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Guy, Apr. 28, 1805, Jul. 16, 1888--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Hiram Andrew, Oct. 12, 1840, Oct. 12, 1861 51st VA Reg.--StJ
  • SHARITZ, infant, b. & d. Jun. 24, 1885 son of A.E. & C.S.--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Jannie H., Aug. 5, 1859, Oct. 27, 1925--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Joseph, Feb. 5, 1803, Oct. 31, 1879--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Patsy Baker, Jun 26, 1819, Dec. 15, 1891 wife of Joseph--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Polly Ann, d. Sep. 18, 1859, age about 84y wife of Daniel--StJ
  • SHARITZ, Sarah, Sep. 20, 1803, Jan. 19, 1887--StJ
  • SPENCE, Frances Maria, d. Oct. 23, 1860, age 23y-2m-4d dau of Hugh Spence--StJ
  • STRAW, Mildred, Sep., 1797, Aug. 30, 1827 wife of Col. Leonard Straw. 2 kids here also--StJ
  • TARTER, Nicholas, d. Apr. 8, 1821, age 75y-27d--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Alpha, 1876, 1892--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Alpha, Mar. 27, 1820, Dec.6, 1873 wife of Solomon--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Ballard T., Mar. 22, 1848, Mar. 6, 1855--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Christina E., Dec. 21, 1777, Jul. 17, 1844 wife of Leonard--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Christina, d. Apr. 17, 1863, age 47y-11m-7d--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Daniel, Jun. 28, 1815, Nov. 15, 1858--StJ
  • UMBERGER, David, Jun. 28, 1815, Nov. 16, 1858--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Edley, 1843, 1906--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Eliza Catherine, Nov. 9, 1836, May 16, 1902 wife of Rufus--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Henry, d. Jun. 8, 1866, age 83y-0m-20d--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Isaac, d. Jan. 8, 1849, age 18y-8m-8d--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Leonard, Aug. 14, 1782, Apr. 21, 1866--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Mary M., Oct. 14, 1824, May 29, 1858 wife of Rufus--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Rufus, d. Oct. 19, 1870, age 48y-6m-20d--StJ
  • UMBERGER, Solomon, Nov. 23, 1813, Mar. 21, 1881--StJ
  • WOHLFORD, Christina, Feb. 14, 1769, Oct. 7, 1806 wife of Lewis inscrpt. in German--StJ
  • WOHLFORD, Lewis, May 22, 1762, May 21, 1841--StJ
  • YONCE, Ally Brown, Feb. 19, 1805, May 15, 1878 wife of Peter--StJ
  • YONCE, Benjamin, Apr. 1?, 1838, Mar. 18, 1860 at Roanoke College, son of Peter & Ally--StJ
  • YONCE, Catherine, Aug. 6, 1780, Sep. 23, 1859 wife of John--StJ
  • YONCE, Elenora Brown, Feb. 25, 1844, Oct. 3, 1894--StJ
  • YONCE, Eliza Jane, Nov. 1?, 1836, Jan. 21, 1873 dau of Peter & Ally--StJ
  • YONCE, Peter, Oct. 17, 1800, May 28, 1854--StJ
  • YONCE, Susan Virginia, Apr. 13, 1846, Oct. 23, 1866 dau of Peter & Ally--StJ

    The monument for Hans Martin Kegley listed his children.    His sons were: Joseph, John Henry, Elias, Martin, David, Daniel, William, and John George.    His daughters were: Phebe, Catherine, Rosana, Sally, and Rebecca.


    The following cemetery records were obtained by Mr. Brown from the note book of Mrs Phillip Spence.    Mrs. Spence's records have no corresponding numbers on the map sketch, and I am not sure of the location of these cemeteries therefore I will identify her cemeteries as "SP1, SP2" etc.

    SP1

    COUNSELMAN CEMETERY: This cemetery is located near Keesling Bridge, which is about 9 miles east of Wytheville in the Locust Hill area of the county.

  • SP1--COUNSELMAN, Bettie S. Brown, Jun. 11, 1851, Apr. 14, 1895 wife of B.F.
  • SP1--GRAHAM, children infant children of D.M. Graham
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Guy, d. Jul. 1, 1813, age 11y-2-m-4d [Cameron-may be duplicated]
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Guy, d. Jul. 21, 1811, age 0y-2m-1d
  • SP1--GRAHAM, John, d. Jun. 21, 1816, age 68y-5m-23d
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Joseph J. Jul. 16, 1811, Apr. 9, 1877
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Mary, d. Oct. 26, 1786, age about 36y wife of Robert
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Mary, May 11, 1781, Jan. 3, 1861 wife of John
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Mary, d. Dec. 28, 1819, age 51y-6m-14 [Cameron- may be duplicated]
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Mary, d. Dec. 28, 1819, age 54y-6m-14d
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Robert, d. Mar. 13, 1811, age 61y [Cameron-may be duplicated]
  • SP1--GRAHAM, Robert, d. mar. 18, 181?, age 67y
  • SP1--GRAHAM, William, d. Jul. 26, 1819, age 25y-8m-8d
  • SP1--HANCHER, Mary E., d. Jul. 5, 1843, age 25y-8m-15d dau of John & Mary Graham
  • SP1--MAYS, William P., Oct. 13, 1838, Mar. 28, 1839 son of F.D. & Mary M.

    Mary, wife of Robert Graham, was a native of County Down, Ireland


    SP2

    MILLER CEMETERY: Located on the late M. Louis Heuser place near Max Meadows, on Miller Creek, now owned by Mr. Ricky.

  • SP2--MILLER, Elizabeth, d. Aug. 29, 1830, age 77y-2m-11d
  • SP2--MILLER, Mary, Jul. 6, 1766, Feb. 22, 1813
  • SP2--STEWART, David, d. Jul. 31, 1839, age 0y-9m-27d [Cameron-age may be bad]
  • SP2--STEWART. Mary, d. Apr. 24, 1825, age 53y
  • SP2--YERION, George, d. Aug. 7, 1834, age 71y
  • SP2--YERION, Jacob, Jan. 9, 1810, Nov.5, 1854
  • SP2--YERION, Letitia, Jun. 1, 1828, Aug. 17, 1853 wife of Jacob
  • SP2--YERION, Susanah, Jul. 5, 1771, May 22, 1851

    Lititia Yerion was a dau. of Jessie and Dianna Honaker


    SP3

    RAPER CEMETERY: [Cameron - No location is given and I do not know where this cemetery is located.

  • SP3--HUMPRIES, George P., Aug. 7, 1846, Apr. 24, 1916
  • SP3--HUMPRIES, Mother Mary Frances, Feb. 5, 1846, Feb. 13, 1913
  • SP3--KIRBY, John, Aug. 12, 1825, Dec. 22, 1920
  • SP3--KIRBY, Olive, Dec. 25, 1848, May 8, 1928
  • SP3--RAPER, Mary C., Feb. 20, 1808, Feb. 14, 1880 wife of Robert
  • SP3--RAPER, Robert, Apr. 30, 1796, Liverpool, England, Jul. 23, 1878
  • SP3--VEIRS, Polly M., ___18, 1924

    SP4

    GRAHAM CEMETERY: [Cameron note- The only location given is that this cemetery is near Saunders Mines.

  • SP4--DeRUSSEY, G. A., Nov. 15, 1835, Jun. 3, 1898 51st VA, Whortons Brig. C.S.A.
  • SP4--GRAHAM, David, Sep. 3, 1800, Oct. 16, 1870
  • SP4--GRAHAM, David Pierce, Oct. 24, 1838, Nov. 5, 1878
  • SP4--GRAHAM, Martha Pierce, Feb. 2, 1806, Oct. 22, 1865 wife of David
  • SP4--GRAHAM, Mary B., Jun. 26, 1843, Dec. 15, 1900 wife of Harold J.
  • SP4--GRAHAM, Mary Sturt, Nov. 1, 1896, Apr. 23, 1914
  • SP4--GRAHAM, Nannie M. Tate, Feb. 8, 1843, Jan. 30, 1923 wife of David P.
  • SP4--GRAHAM, Robert Calvin, Feb. 5, 1841, Jul. 30, 1851 son of David & Martha
  • SP4--MATHEWS, Harold J., Feb. 7, 1841, Jan. 20, 1908
  • SP4--ROBINSON, Bettie Graham, Sep. 1, 1845, Jun. 15, 1921 wife of John W.
  • SP4--ROBINSON, Harry Graham, Jul. 19, 1872, Sep. 15, 1918
  • SP4--ROBINSON, John William, Aug. 6, 1837, Jul. 16, 1906
  • SP4--ROBINSON, Malcolm Graham, MD, Sep. 7, 1870, Jun. 25, 1925

    [Cameron note- I think Mary B. Graham was probably the wife of Harold J. Mathews.]


    SP5

    SHAFFER CEMETERY: [Cameron note-- No location is given and I do not know this location]

  • SP5--ARCHER, L. A., Mar. 24, 1871, Nov. 30, 1880 son of R.C. & T.A.
  • SP5--DANNER, Laura D., Jun. 18, 1861, Oct. 2, 1886 wife of Andrew
  • SP5--EVERSOLE, James M., Nov. 30, 1851, Apr. 17, 1926
  • SP5--EVERSOLE, O. A., May 12, 1856, Mar. 12, 1914
  • SP5--JOHNSTON, Melvina Jane, Mar. 11, 1849, Mar. 15, 1917
  • SP5--JOHNSTON, Missouri E., May 30, 1869, Oct. 23, 1892 dau of W.W. & M.J.
  • SP5--JOHNSTON, William Winston, May 7, 1840, Feb. 6, 1885
  • SP5--KENT, Gordon, Jan. 16, 1851, Jan. 27, 1853 son of J. & E.D. Shaffer
  • SP5--MEYERS, Jacob, Jun. 14, 1803, Aug. 25, 1870
  • SP5--MEYERS, Jacob Alvin Daily, Jan. 11, 1835, Sep. 9, 1909
  • SP5--MEYERS, Louisa T., Aug. 8,1803, Aug. 25, 1870
  • SP5--MEYERS, Mary Ellen, Mar. 17, 1862, May 2, 1862 dau of J.D. & M.E.
  • SP5--NELSON, Elizabeth, Feb. 9, 1881, age 6y-1m-7d
  • SP5--NELSON, G. M., d. Jul. 5, 1881, age 70y-10m-23d
  • SP5--NELSON, Isom, Oct. 7, 1832, Mar. 9, 1907
  • SP5--NELSON, Margaret Shaffer, Sep. 1, 1841, Jul. 22, 1899 wife of Isom
  • SP5--SAYERS, Elizabeth, Oct. 13, 1824, sep. 20, 1884
  • SP5--SAYERS, James A., Feb. 8, 1822, sep. 24, 1900

    SP6

    SPRINKLE CEMETERY: Location is stated as being on the Elbert Simmerman farm, called "MAY FAIR" Home of the Sprinkles.

  • SP6--CASSELL, Elizabeth M., Jan. 30, 1825, Jan. 14, 1857 wife of Samuel
  • SP6--CASSELL, Ester Freal, Nov. 23, 1854. Aug.24, 1855
  • SP6--CASSELL, Samuel, Jun. 15, 1804, Mar. 17, 1888
  • SP6--CASSELL, Susan, Nov. 8, 1852, Apr. 19, 1896 wife of W.W. Graham
  • SP6--CRIGGER, Sophia, 1839, Oct, 17, 1912
  • SP6--CROCKETT, Anne, Apr. 4, 1885, Jan. 8, 1912 wife of S.D. Saml????
  • SP6--CROCKETT, Catherine A., May 6, 1840, age 21y-11m-21d
  • SP6--CROCKETT, Nancy, d. Sep. 12, 1840, age 26y-0m-2d
  • SP6--CROCKETT, Nathaniel, Jan. 5, 1821, Dec. 11, 1869 C.S.A.
  • SP6--KINCER, James, 1861, 1865 C.S.A.
  • SP6--RYAN, Patrick, 1861, 1865, C.S.A.
  • SP6--SMELSER, Darthulia, ____18, _____, Nov. 18, __
  • SP6--SMELSER, J. A., 1840, Jul. 5, 1902
  • SP6--SPRINKLE, Elizabeth, Mar. 7, 1781, Nov. 1, 1836
  • SP6--SPRINKLE, Henry, Sep. 2, 1771, Sep. 11, 1851
  • SP6--SPRINKLE, Susan, Feb. 15, 1770, Aug. 10, 1805

    FIRST BURIALS IN CEMETERIES

    [Cameron note --Following is a listing of 14 of the Public Cemeteries in the west end of Wythe County, VA with the names and dates of the people who were the first to be buried in those cemeteries.    This listing is according to Mr. Frank Brown, and I do not know and cannot verify his source except for Peter Buck, who was my great grandfather.]

  • Asbury, at Cedar Springs, was Elbert Vaught, in 1866
  • Fair View, at Cedar Springs, was Early B. Clark, in 1892
  • Kimberling, at Rural Retreat, was
  • King's Grove, at Crockett, was John King, in 1852
  • Marvin, at Rural Retreat, was Neta Miller, in 1882
  • Mount Ephriam, at Crockett, was _____ King
  • Mount Zion, at Rural Retreat, was A C.S.A. Soldier, in 1865 ?
  • Mountain View, at Rural Retreat, was Peter Buck, in 1880
  • New Bethel, at Wytheville, was Raymond E. Warden, in 1922
  • Pine Grove, at Cripple Creek, was Lewis Franklin Heldreth, in 1896
  • Pleasant Hill, at Groseclose, was Alexander Lookup, in 1870
  • Speedwell, at Speedwell, was William Young, in 1847
  • St. Paul, at Rural Retreat, was John McFarland, in 1770- 1780
  • Zion, at Cripple Creek, was


    ALPHA LISTING OF ALL THE NAMES

    Nothing is clickable in the following listing.    It is only a alpha listing of all the names in all the cemeteies in Mr. Brown's records.    At the end of each individual line, you will find the cemetery location number for that person, ie. --C100.

    ???????, d. 1816 --2
    ???????, Walter, Dec. 29, 1853, Jul 20, 1855 son of William & Myra -A173
    ?????????, Malkerum R., Jul. 15, 1899, Mar. 26, 1909 -C172
    ?????????, our little Frances -C62
    ?????????, our little Mary -C62
    _______,Catherine, --C76
    _______,Esther, 1795, 1831 -C76
    _______,Rachael, 1797, 1824 -C76
    _______,Sophia, 1796, 1835 -C76
    ABSHER, Roger Dale, Dec. 21, 1950, age 3y-5m-0d -C172
    ADAMS, Mary C., d. Nov. 11, 1945, age 93y -B124
    AKER, Elizabeth M., Jan. 25, 1812, Jun. 19, 1836 pro. wife of Ben Aker -A34
    AKER, infant, b. & d. Sep. 7, 1916 dau of Sadie & L.B. -C151
    AKER, J. H. Winton, 1870 -C151
    AKER, Lillie Forest, Apr. 22, 1912, Oct. 29, 1919 -C151
    AKER, Mary (Nancy) J., Aug. 5, 1838, Jun. 10, 1839 -A34
    AKER, Mary W.?, 1831, Jan., 1835 -A34
    AKER, Mary, Noc. 23, 1844, Jan. 5, 1901 -C151
    AKER, Noah, APR. 8, 1836, Feb. 16, 1916 -C151
    AKER, Page F., 1877, 1935 -C151
    AKER, Sarah E., May 11, 1811, Apr. 1, 1812 -A34
    AKER, Sarah, May 11, 1819, Apr. 1, 1842 from Mr. Brown's records -A34
    AKERS, Sallie Elizabeth Boyd, Aug. 7, 1886, Nov. 30, 1917 wife of Elbert S. Akers -C152
    AKERS, Stella Gray, May 7, 1884, Jul 21, 1918 wife of Crockett Akers -C152
    ALFORD, E. J., Dec. 4, 1863, Jan. 23, 1865 -C117
    ALLEN, Ben O., Dec. 27, 1896, Dec. 18, 1926 -B63
    ALLEY, Albert N., Jul. 9, 1950, age 43y-5m-7d -C172
    ALLISON, Isabelle C., Oct. 10, 1853, Mar. 23, 1858 dau of J. & J.C. -C70
    ALLISON, Joanna ?, Feb. 24, 1818, Dec. 29, 1879 -C70
    ALLISON, John, Jul. 18, 1802, Jun. 1, 1862-C70
    ALLISON, Leander S., Mar. 7, 1835, Dec. 26, 1889 -C70
    ALLISON, Lester,, d. Sep. 22, 1946, age 24y-10m-15d -B124
    ALLSION, Elmira C., Jul. 29, 1848, Sep. 26, 1853 dau of J. & J.C. -C70
    ARCHER, L. A., Mar. 24, 1871, Nov. 30, 1880 son of R.C. & T.A. -SP5
    ARMBRISTER, Andrew J., Jul. 4, 1863, Sep. 16, 1940 -C120
    ARMBRISTER, Elizabeth, d. Feb., 1879, age 84y oldest stone I found -B85
    ARMBRISTER, Mamie Belle, Sep. 17, 1876, Jan. 19, 1939 -C120
    ARMBRISTER, Sarah C., d. Jun. 3, 1912 age about 88y -C120
    ARNBURN, Presley H. 47th VA Reg., CSA -D41
    ARNOLD, Dolly, Feb. 22, 1893, Jul. 18, 1904 wife of S.A. [Cameron- dates bad ?] -C151
    ARNOLD, Edward, Feb. 8, 1885, Jan. 19, 1947 -C154
    ARNOLD, Elbert McTeer, Feb. 6, 1868, Oct. 21, 1888 -C151	
    ARNOLD, Ethel Mae, Nov. 15, 1904, Jan. 4, 1909 -C153
    ARNOLD, infant, b. & d. Jun. 19, 1943 -C165
    ARNOLD, Jane E., Feb. 1, 1863, May 26, 1922 -C154
    ARNOLD, Martha A., Jan. 16, 1842, Jun. 11, 1911 -C151
    ARNOLD, Roxie B., Mar. 5, 1865, Mar. 5, 1949 -C154
    ARNOLD, Spergeon, Feb. 15, 1901, Jun. 15, 1919 -C154
    ARNOLD--Hattie, Jan. 1, 1890 -C154
    ASHWORTH, Gilbert Lee, Jul. 3, 1925, Dec. 17, 1979, WWII, SI, USN [Cameron] -C54
    ATKINS, James H., Jan. 18, 1853, Jan. 11, 1905 -C108
    ATKINS, John Charles, d. Oct. 5, 1936, age 0y-11m-24d -C108
    ATKINS, Minia Lee, Jul. 1, 1879, May 22, 1901 -C108
    ATKINS, Rosana, Feb. 25, 1881, Mar. 4, 1929 -C108
    AUSTIN, James B., Jan. 1, 1840, Sep. 2, 1904 -C172
    AUSTIN, Joseph, Mar. 4, 1866, Apr. 29, 1901 -C172
    AUSTIN, Martha J., May 1, 1839, Jul. 1, 1884 wife of James B. -C172
    AUSTIN, Tabitha, Aug. 11, 1901, age 35y -C172
    AYERS, Elizabeth F., Oct. 28, 1824, Jun. 9, 1899 -C148
    AYERS, George Meliven, Apr. 24, 1855, Dec. 23, 1931 -C146
    AYERS, John M., Sep. 22, 1857, Dec. 10, 1919 -C146
    AYERS, Savina, Jul. 14, 1849, Jan. 4, 1923 -C146
    AYERS, Susan E., Mar. 3, 1886, Mar. 3, 1930 -C146
    BACK, Hettie R., Aug. 3, 1870, Mar. 22, 1939 wife of Stephen V. Frye -A5
    BAKER, Fred W., Jun. 6, 1885, Apr. 22, 1938 -C117
    BAKER, Joseph J., Jan. 4, 1841, Mar. 10, 1931 -C117
    BAKER, Josie D., Aug. 30, 1882, Dec. 30, 1884 dau of J.J. & S.J. -C117
    BAKER, Martha M., Sep. 18, 1853 ?, Sep. 23, 1888 wife of William McD'Bryan -C117
    BAKER, Robert V., 1889, 1923 -C117
    BAKER, Sarah J., Mar, 12, 1848, Dec. 3, 1944 -C117
    BAKER, Susie M., Jan. 27, 1873, Apr. 29, 1896 dau of J.J. & S. J. -C117
    BAKER, Vicorine, Feb. 27, 1880, Dec. 22, 1880 dau of J.J. & S.J. -C117
    BARNETT, Settie, d. Oct. 25, 1946, age 66y-8m-6d -C68
    BAYSAW, John B., d. Jan. 5, 1951, age 56y -C96
    BELL, Emily, Jan. 4, 1821, Mar. 11, 1824 dau. of James & Mary -C67
    BELL, Mary, Oct. 16, 1782, Dec. 27, 1834 wife of James Bell -C67
    BEVILLE, Jacob, d. Dec. 20, 1832, age 2y-1d -A173
    BIEKLE, Caroline L., 1851 -A173
    BLAIR, Elizabeth H. Caldwell, Sep. 11, 1828, Aug. 9, 1897 m. Dec. 19, 1848 -C110
    BLAIR, James L., Dec. 11, 1857, Jul. 5, 1932 -C164
    BLAIR, Jerome, Apr. 22, 1819, Mar. 2, 1900-C110
    BLAIR, Robert Sidney, Nov. 10 ?, 1919, Mar. 22, 1948 SSgt, 364th AAF Fighter Gp. -B123
    BLAIR, Sue Elizabeth, May 17, 1852, Jan. 14, 1944 -C107
    BLAIR, Thomas, Jan. 18, 1859, Feb. 17, 1931 -C164
    BLAIR, William, Mar. 10, 1801, Mar. 27, 1882 -C111
    BOOTH, Bernice, d. Oct. 18, 1939, age 43y-0m-22d -C118
    BORCHERDT, Virginia Rose, Feb. 26, 1909, Aug. 16, 1909 dau of Walter O. & Clarra -C113
    BOYER, Mary E. F., Jun. 26, 1820, Jul. 21, 1871 -C68
    BROWN, Alexander P., Aug. 18, 1892, Mar. 3, 1919--StJ 
    BROWN, Anna Maria, Jul. 14, 1778, Dec. 19, 1849 wife of Christopher--StJ 
    BROWN, Anne Dabney Sturt, 1798, 1842 2nd wife of James E. Brown -B125
    BROWN, Barbara, d. Jun. 28, 1841, age 62y-6m-29d--StJ 
    BROWN, Christopher, Nov. 7, 1774, Sep. 20, 1850--StJ 
    BROWN, Christopher, Sr., Jul. 16, 1816, age 65y--StJ 
    BROWN, Daniel, Apr. 4, 1803, Sep. 6, 1856--StJ 
    BROWN, David Sexton, Jul. 9, 1848, Feb. 25, 1900--StJ 
    BROWN, Elenora C., Aug. 1, 1819, Jul. 20, 1879 wife of Rev. James A.--StJ 
    BROWN, Eli C., Jul. 26, 1831, Mar. 2, 1863 -C112
    BROWN, Emily J., Jun. 23, 1853. Aug. 24, 1854 in memory of -A7
    BROWN, Enid Spence, Mar. 1, 1902, Nov. 8, 1936 wife of James A.--StJ 
    BROWN, George, d. Feb. 12, 1870, age 20y--StJ 
    BROWN, Helen Virginia, Oct. 19, 1854, Jul. 28, 1861 dau of John C. & Margaret--StJ 
    BROWN, Henry, Feb. 19, 1818, feb. 24, 1888--StJ 
    BROWN, Isabelle C., Apr. 14, 1812, Feb. 18, 1883--StJ 
    BROWN, James A., Feb. 12, 1870, age 19y--StJ 
    BROWN, James Andrew, Dec. 22, 1815, Mar. 4, 1900--StJ 
    BROWN, James E., May 6, 1789, Nov. 2, 1852 -B125
    BROWN, James Ewell, --B125
    BROWN, James Wesley, May 5, 1846, age 14y-5m son of Dan & Theresa--StJ 
    BROWN, Jesse, b. Dec. 1819, age 7y son of John & Mary--StJ 
    BROWN, Jesse, Dec., 1819, 1826, age 7y son of John & Mary--StJ 
    BROWN, John H., d. Mar. 13, 1851, age 61y-2m--StJ 
    BROWN, John H., d. Mar. 17, 1851, age 64y-2m--StJ 
    BROWN, John, d. Jul. 6, 1853, age 64y--StJ 
    BROWN, Joseph G. M., Apr. 5, 1862, May 27, 1866 son of John C. & Margaret--StJ 
    BROWN, Joseph R., Lt., Sep. 13, 18__, Mar. 9, 1864 Killed Cloyd's Mt. C.S.A.--StJ 
    BROWN, Joseph W., d. 1821, age ___-11m?-26d son of Christopher & Maria--StJ 
    BROWN, Joseph, Feb. 23, 1816, Mar. 3, 1884--StJ 
    BROWN, Lydia, Nov. 1, 1819, Jan. 9, 1896 wife of Henry--StJ 
    BROWN, M. C., Feb. 1?, 1846, Jun. 25, 1862--StJ 
    BROWN, Margaret Catherine, Jun. 15, 1849, Sep. 28, 1852 dau of Henry & Lydia--StJ 
    BROWN, Margaret Eahart, Apr. 23, 1822, Oct. 30, 188? wife of Rufus--StJ 
    BROWN, Maria Crockett, 1801, 1827 1st wife of James E. Brown -B125
    BROWN, Maria, d. May 10, 1822, age 63y-7m wife of Christopher--StJ 
    BROWN, Mary, Mar. 13, 1793, Apr. 9, 1867 wife of John--StJ 
    BROWN, Matilda Jane, b. Jan. 1844, age 6y-2m dau of J. & M. Brown--StJ 
    BROWN, Matilda Jane, d. Jan. 14, 1844, age 67y-2m dau of J. & S. Brown--StJ 
    BROWN, Matilda M., Feb. 11, 1859, sep. 2, 1860 dau of Henry & Lydia--StJ 
    BROWN, Michael, May 17, 1776, Aug. 3, 1849, age 73y-2m-13d--StJ 
    BROWN, Nancy E. Buchanan, Oct. 25, 1843, Dec. ??, 1888? wife of Rufus--StJ 
    BROWN, Rufus, Nov. 1, 1819, Nov. 27, 1897--StJ 
    BROWN, Sarah Hudson, Mar. 10, 1818, Apr. 10, 1880 wife of Joseph--StJ 
    BROWN, Sarah T., Nov. 27, 1820, feb. 28, 1900 wife of John A.--StJ 
    BROWN, Susan Virginia, Jun. 28, 1852, Sep. 30, 1852 dau of Henry & Lydia--StJ 
    BROWN, Theresa, d. Nov. 7, 1879, age 82y-8m-11d wife of Daniel Brown & Mike Miller--StJ 
    BROWN, W. H., Sep. 14, 1811, Dec--StJ. 27, 1893 
    BROWN, William K., Apr. 6, 1852, Aug. 17, 1866 son of John A. & Sarah--StJ 
    BUCHANA, William R., Feb. 28, 1805, Oct. 20, 1866 -D15
    BUCHANAN, ??????, 1822, 1841 -D11
    BUCHANAN, Alex, Nov. 18, 1778, Jul. 26, 1856 -D12
    BUCHANAN, Elizabeth, d. Nov. 26, 183?, age 22y-4d -D11
    BUCHANAN, Gracy C., d. May 7, 1832, age 20y-1m-22d -D12
    BUCHANAN, James ---rer, d. Sep. 27, 1830, age 13y-10d son of John & Elizabeth -D12
    BUCHANAN, John M., Apr. 29, 1847, May 24, 1867 -D12
    BUCHANAN, Katherine, D. Jun. 12, 1840, age 42y-4m-22d dau. of Peter & Mary Kinder -D11
    BUCHANAN, Louisa T., d. Jun. 23, 1839?, age 21y-7m, consort of G.W. Buchanan -D12
    BUCHANAN, Louise Elizabeth, d. Jul. 29, 1852, age 15m-1d dau. of James A. & G -D12
    BUCHANAN, Margaret Ann, d. Aug. 1, 1852, age 15m-7d dau. og James A. & Mary G. -D12
    BUCHANAN, Martha, d. Sep. 8, 1845, age 63y-11m-24d consort of Alex -D12
    BUCHANAN, Mary C., Sep. 9, 1809, Oct. 27, 1878 -D15
    BUCHANAN, Mary, d. Dec. 15, 1835, age 20y-8m-4d -D12
    BUCHANAN, Mary, Nov. 18, 1821, Jul. 13, 1890 wife of Robert -D11
    BUCHANAN, Robert, May 24, 1824, May 9, 1864 killed Cloyd's Mnt. -D11
    BUCHANAN, Sarah C., Apr. 18, 1845, Jun. 30, 1866 -D11
    BUCHANAN, William A., Feb. 13, 1853, Jul. 4, 1871 -D11
    BUCHANAN, William, Dec. 12, 1782, Mar. 4, 1852--D11
    BUNTS, Clarence S., Mar. 8, 1893, Apr. 25, 1924? son of J.M. & L.E. -C108
    BUNTS, John M., Jul. 7, 1873, Nov. 29, 1898 -C108
    BUNTS, Lucinda Elizabeth Carnel, Sep. 7, 1854, May 9, 1915 wife of J.M. Bunts -C108
    BUNTS, Margaret J., Jul. 20, 1890, Jul. 27, 1918 -C108
    BUNTS, Mary Rosanne, Apr. 23, 1853, May 4, 1886 wife of J. Watkins -C108
    BURROUGH, Elizabeth, Apr. 6, 1843, Aug. 20, 1871 wife of J.J. of Norfolk, VA -C62
    BUSIC, J. T., May 3, 1872, Dec. 20, 1918 -C108
    CARTER, Charles W., Sep. 22, 1877, Mar. 5, 1894 -C117
    CARTER, Nancy J., Mar. 28, 1886, Mar. 20, 1887 dau of W.H. & Charlotte L. -C117
    CASH, William R., Jr., Jan. 16, 1916, Aug. 16, 1928 -B63
    CASSELL, Catherine, Dec. 15, 1795, age 65y-7m-14d wife of David--StJ 
    CASSELL, Charles W., 1842, 1880--StJ 
    CASSELL, David, Jan. 7, 1784, Apr. 11, 1869--StJ 
    CASSELL, Elizabeth M., Jan. 30, 1825, Jan. 14, 1857 wife of Samuel -SP6
    CASSELL, Ester Freal, Nov. 23, 1854. Aug.24, 1855 -SP6
    CASSELL, Joseph, Col., May 17, 1802, Aug.. 21, 1881--StJ 
    CASSELL, Margaret, d. Dec. 27, 1847, age 67y-6m-9d--StJ 
    CASSELL, Mathias son of Michael & Catherine (Tobler) Cassel-A29
    CASSELL, Nancy C., 1841, 1911--StJ 
    CASSELL, Samuel, Jun. 15, 1804, Mar. 17, 1888 -SP6
    CASSELL, Susan Wisley, Feb. 27, 1810, Nov. 14, 1874 wife of Joseph--StJ 
    CASSELL, Susan, Nov. 8, 1852, Apr. 19, 1896 wife of W.W. Graham -SP6
    CATRON, S. E., Aug.5, 1871, Dec.1, 1907 -D41
    CATRON, Susanna, Jun. 7, 1773, Oct. 17, 1854-C138
    CHAFFIN, Elizabeth McGavock, May 6, 1811, Oct. 21, 1859 -C62
    CHAFFIN, Elizabeth, Jul. 22, 1799, Jul. 28, 1892 wife of William -C68
    CHAFFIN, George Pierce, 1874, 1935 -C68
    CHAPMAN, James, d. Jun. 26, 1862, age 1y-22m-20d -C62
    CLARK, Alvin G., Aug. 4, 1879, Aug. 12, 1934 2nd VA Inf., Sp. Am. War -C130
    CLARK, Betsy, d. Apr. 19, 1862, age 57y erected by sons, George, John, & Robert -A173
    CLARK, Joel Melvin, b. & d. May 17, 1940 son of Ruby Mabe & Marvin C. Clark -B124
    CLARK, Michael Lee, d. Jan. 26, 194_ age 1d -B124
    CLARK, Oscar B., 1911, 1941 -C130
    CLINE, Granville, 45th VA Inf., C.S.A. -D71
    COBLE, Actoline, May 1. 1829, Jun. 21, 1855 -C128
    COLEMAN, Joseph Michael, May 9, 1831, Jul. 22, 1831 -A173
    COLEMAN, Mary Ann, May 28, 1830, Jun. 11, 1830 -A173
    COLLINS, Adam M., Co. B, 51st VA, C.S.A. -B124
    COLLINS, Adarirene, Feb. 8, 1896, Apr. 16, 1909 dau of Eula & D. P. -B124
    COLLINS, Amanda M., Apr. 16, 1851, Apr. 9, 1912 wife of J. Melvin Collins -C146
    COLLINS, Annie M. Hale, Apr. 23, 1896, May 23, 1935 wife of D.D. Collins -B124
    COLLINS, Bettie, Jun. 14, 1861, Apr. 25, 1934 dau. of Sarah Collins -B124
    COLLINS, Catherine L., Jul. 30, 1824,Jul. 2, 1903 -C146
    COLLINS, David Preston, d. Nov. 18, 1846, age 78?y-7m-17 -B124
    COLLINS, David, Apr. 3, 1816, Oct., 1905 -C146
    COLLINS, J. Melvin, Nov. 2, 1851, Apr., 1904 -C146
    COLLINS, James C., d. 1903, age 78y, PVT, Co. B., 51st VA Inf. C.S.A. -C146
    COLLINS, Lela H. Cregger, Nov. 4, 1878, Sep. 26, 1913 wife of P.P. -B124
    COLLINS, Nannie G., d. Oct. 5, 1949, age 65y-0m-12d -B124
    COOK, Magalina, Aug. 20, 1947, age 15y-11m-19d -C172
    COOLSON, David B., Dec. 2, 1871, Jul. 5, 1894 -C117
    COOLSON, James L., Apr. 22, 1877, Oct. 30, 1900 -C117
    CORVIN, A. J., VA Militia, C.S.A. -D71
    CORVIN, Joseph, Dec. 25, 1795, Oct. 27, 1868 -D42
    CORVIN, Robert T., Co. D, 2nd VA Inf., Sp. Am. War -D42
    CORVIN, Sarah E., d. Mar. 8, 1884, age about 42 years -D42
    CORVIN, Sophia, d. Dec. 3, 1890, age about 52 years -D42
    CORVIN, Stephen, Co. A, 63rd VA Inf., C.S.A. -D42
    CORVIN, Stephen, May 8, 1843, Dec. 27, 1928 -D42
    CORVIN, Susan F., Sep. 3, 1844, Nov. 7, 1930 -D42
    COUNSELMAN, Bettie S. Brown, Jun. 11, 1851, Apr. 14, 1895 wife of B.F. -SP1
    COX, Joseph W., Jan. 1, 1882, Jun. 17, 1882 son of J.A. & K.A. -C117
    COX, Nancy J., Oct. 21, 1885, Sep. 25, 1893 dau of J.A. & K.A. -C117
    CREGER, George, PVT, VA Militia, Rev. War, 1763, 1838 -D71
    CREGER, Mary Ann, d. Apr. 12, 1873, age 47y-0m-18d wife of James B.--StJ 
    CREGGAR, Henry E., Oct. 19, 1841, Mar. 29, 1921 -D41
    CREGGAR, infant, d. Jun. 27, 1950, age 6d son of Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Creggar -B126
    CREGGAR, Lucinda Hilton, Jul., 1834, 1909 -D41
    CREGGER, Perl A.K., Sep. 2, 1888, May 14, 1944 wife of Samuel -B124
    CRESS, G. C., Apr. 10, 1885, Jun. 13, 1903, age 18y-2m-3d-A155
    CRIGGER, Sophia, 1839, Oct, 17, 1912 -SP6
    CROCKETT, ?????? Bert, d._______b. 1835, age ___y-6m -B158
    CROCKETT, Agnes "descendants buried in this plot" -C76
    CROCKETT, Anne, Apr. 4, 1885, Jan. 8, 1912 wife of S.D. Saml???? -SP6
    CROCKETT, Catherine A., May 6, 1840, age 21y-11m-21d -SP6
    CROCKETT, Catherine Montgomery, d. Jul. 18, 1833, age 60y-11m-20d wife of Joseph -B158
    CROCKETT, Elizabeth Tate, 1857, 1857-C76
    CROCKETT, Evelina, Nov. 3, 1801, Dec. 6, 1827 consort of John M. -B158
    CROCKETT, George S., Sep. 11, 1883, Oct. 10, 1902 -C54
    CROCKETT, James Taylor, age 6m, son of John S. & Margaret B -C113
    CROCKETT, Jane Lewis Sturt, 1789, 1855 wife of Robert Crockett -B125
    CROCKETT, John Sturt, May 25, 1806, Jul. 3, 1864 -C113
    CROCKETT, Joseph, Capt., Jan. 9, 1767, Dec. 18, 1853 -B158
    CROCKETT, Lucinda Ester, May 14, 1886, Apr. 18, 1887 dau. of John & N.L. Crockett -C54
    CROCKETT, Margaret B, Taylor, Apr. 19, 1812, Jul. 9, 1896 wife of John S. -C113
    CROCKETT, Maria J., d. Feb. 17, 1837, age 21y-2m-8d [Brown has 1y-9m-8d]-B158
    CROCKETT, Nancy L. May 7, 1865, Aug. 8, 1892 wife of J. H. Crockett -C54
    CROCKETT, Nancy, d. Sep. 12, 1840, age 26y-0m-2d -SP6
    CROCKETT, Nathaniel, Jan. 5, 1821, Dec. 11, 1869 C.S.A. -SP6
    CROCKETT, Robert, Maj., 1767, 1819 -B125
    CROWDER, Elizabeth S., 1874, 1940 wife of W. T. Crowder -C172
    CULLEP, Nannie Elizabeth, Jun. 3, 1846, Jun. 29, 1906 wife of Jacob King -D23
    D., S. C., d. Aug., 1825 -C72
    DANNER, Laura D., Jun. 18, 1861, Oct. 2, 1886 wife of Andrew -SP5
    DAVIDSON, Happy P., May __, 1801, Sep. __, 1900 wife of John -C172
    DAVIS, Carrie L., May 2, 1884, Nov. 3, 1919 -C120
    DAVIS, Charles C., Mar. 15, 1932, age 60y-2m-15d -C120
    DAVIS, Elizabeth G., Jan. 19, 1881, Oct. 10, 1882 -C120
    DAVIS, Emory J., Feb. 20, 1887, Apr. 15, 1905 -C120
    DAVIS, Fernando H., Jan. 7, 1855, May 28, 1923 -C120
    DAVIS, Florence Emmit, Nov. 15, 1889, Jun. 9, 1890 son of J.P. & M.E. -C120
    DAVIS, Frances E. Armbrister, Sep. 23, 1853, Feb. 1, 1948 wife of L. Randolph -C120
    DAVIS, Frances M., Mar. 21, 1814, Sep. 11, 1878 -A173
    DAVIS, Henry Walter, Jan. 13, 1881, Oct. 3, 1906 -C120
    DAVIS, Jacob, b. Aug. 13, 1820, age 30y-4m-?d inscription in German--StJ 
    DAVIS, John H., Co. D, 2nd VA Inf., Sp. Am. War -C120
    DAVIS, L. Randolph, May 11, 1857, Oct. 6, 1906 -C120
    DAVIS, Mary A., Sep. 17, 1845, Mar. 9, 1922 -C120
    DAVIS, Mary E., Feb. 21, 1847, Jun. 13, 1925 -C120
    DAVIS, Robert W., Jan. 14, 1848, Nov. 28, 1866 -A173
    DENT, Susan M. Baker, Jun. 13, 1847, Jun. 24, 1870 wife of John Dent -C117
    DENT?, W. J., Jan. 15, 1902, Aug. 6, 1902 -C115
    DERIAN, Susannah, Jul. 5, 1771, Nov. 22, 1851-B123
    DeRUSSEY, G. A., Nov. 15, 1835, Jun. 3, 1898 51st VA, Whortons Brig. C.S.A. -SP4
    DOAK, David D., d. Jan. ???, age 77y -A3
    DOAK, Geroge W.-A3
    DOAK, Polly, d. Aug. 19, 1826, age 76y his wife -A3
    DOAK, William-A3
    DOSS, Polly Jane, Dec. 28, 1874, Oct. 28, 1941 -C172
    DOSS, William T., 1872, 1950 -C172
    DOUGLASS, S., d. Aug. 4, 1820 -D167
    DUNFORD, Catherine V. Ward, Mar. 10, 1892, Jun. 8, 1929 wife of Charles W. -C111
    EARHART, Eizabeth J., Nov. 12, 1826, Sep. 25, 18?? -A7
    EARHART, George, Jan. 10, 1838, Jan. 15, 1863 -A7
    EARHART, Harriet, Oct. 19, 1831, Jan. 28, 1883 wife of John -A7
    EARHART, Henry, May 13, 1797, Sep. 5, 1876 -A7
    EARHART, Irene Gay, May 7, 1872, Oct. 30, 1881 dau. of H.C. & Marion Earhart -A7
    EARHART, James Franklin, Jun. 23, 1829, Jun. 2, 1902 -A7
    EARHART, John M., Jun. 9, 1824, Oct. 29, 1864 -A7
    EARHART, Mary J., Oct. 10, 1843, Sep. 11, 1854 -A7
    EARHART, Susan S., Aug. 16, 1846, Aug. 17, 1847 -A7
    EARHEART, Garland, Aug. 18, 1829, Apr. 8, 1846 -C65
    EARHEART, John, Sep. 25, 1791, Jun. 25, 1859 -C65
    EARHEART, Polly Stanger, Dec. 25, 1797, Jan. 3, 1885-C65
    ETTER, ???????? dau. of Anderson Etter -D19
    ETTER, Anderson -D19
    ETTER, Daniel, d. Sep. 5, 1805, age 53y-4m-7d [Cameron- gave land for cemetery--StJ 
    ETTER, Leonard, VA Militia, C.S.A. -D71
    EVERSOLE, James M., Nov. 30, 1851, Apr. 17, 1926 -SP5
    EVERSOLE, O. A., May 12, 1856, Mar. 12, 1914 -SP5
    FELTZ, J. A., Dec. 25, 1878, Ma. 21, 1904 -C130
    FENLEY, W. N., Jun. 30, 1853, Feb. 20, 1857 son of A.J. & T.A. -A173
    FINK, John F., Mar. 21, 1829, Apr. 23, 1921 -B63
    FINK, Mary, Oct. 22, 1826, Feb. 5, 1857 wife of John F. -B63
    FINK, Melvinie E., Nov. 16, 1836, Nov. 15, 1905 wife of David V. -B63
    FISHER, Edward, d. Jul. 29, 1878, age 5y-4m-15d son of W.G. & S.J. Repass--StJ 
    FISHER, Joseph, d. May 7, 1866, age 61y-9m--StJ 
    FISHER, Margaret Caroline, Oct. 11, 1841, Jan. 11, 1873 wife of Joseph--StJ 
    FISHER, Sarah, d. Oct. 2, 1883, age about 87y wife of Joesph--StJ 
    FLOHR, Elizabeth, Jul. 19, 1777, Jul. 25, 1858 relict of Rev. George--StJ 
    FLOHR, George D., Rev., Aug. 30, 1762, Apr. 30, 1826 inscription in German--StJ 
    FOGLESONG, Charles, d. Nov. 23, 1855, age 82y-8m-?d-A1
    FOGLESONG, Margaret, d. Sep. 5, 1847,    age 75y-5m-7d-A1
    FOGLESONG,Susan, age 81 years-A1
    FOX, Robert C., d. Sep. 13, 1850, age 45y -C68
    FRIEL, Manasses, 1740, 1830 -C76
    FROST, Lee, 1865, 1948 -C93
    FRY, Conley Authur, Apr. 19, 1894, Ja. 15, 1978, WWI, PFC, USA [Cameron record] -C54
    FRY, Lucinda Eastwood, Mar. 24, 1823, Jan. 9, 1908 m. Dec. 18, 1838 -C54
    FRY, Nehemiah, d. Nov. 17, 1861, age 8y-10m-8d son of N. & L. -C54
    FRY, Nehemiah, Dec. 7, 1816, Mar. 3, 1888 -C54
    FRY, Ruth S., Mar. 17, 1903, Aug. 25, 1983 wife of Conley, [Cameron record] -C54
    FRY, Sena A., d. Nov. 3, 1861, age 14y-7m-29d dau. of N. & L. Fry -C54
    FRY, Valentine, date gone -C54
    FRYE, Margaret Davis, Jul. 17, 1853, Apr. 19, 1935 wife of Stephen, m. Fe. 28, 1878-A5
    FRYE, Stephen V., Apr. 27, 1854, Jun. 12, 1940 -A5
    FRYE, William Franklin, Co. D, 51st VA Inf.-C153
    FULFARD, James W., Apr. 26, 1853, Apr. 26, 1908 -C68
    GIBBONY, David, d. Jul. 10, 1823, age 10y-6m--StJ 
    GILLASPIE, Sarah G., d. Mar 14, 183? consort of John -A173
    GILMAN, George Roy, Jan. 31, 1893, Dec. 26, 1911 Son of M. C. Gilman -D41
    GILMAN, Richard, CSA Laying on railroad right of way just outside cemetery -D41
    GODSEY, infant, d. Jun. 1, 1950 Infant of Mr. & Mrs. A.L. Godsey -C108
    GOOSLIN, Minerve, Aug. 17, 1848, Oct. 8, 1865 -A173
    GRAHAM, children infant children of D.M. Graham -SP1
    GRAHAM, D. Webster, Jul. 30, 1855, Mar. 23, 1856 -B122
    GRAHAM, David Pierce, Oct. 24, 1838, Nov. 5, 1878 -SP4
    GRAHAM, David, Sep. 3, 1800, Oct. 16, 1870 -SP4
    GRAHAM, Guy, d. Jul. 1, 1813, age 11y-2-m-4d [Cameron-may be duplicated] -SP1
    GRAHAM, Guy, d. Jul. 21, 1811, age 0y-2m-1d -SP1
    GRAHAM, Jane Bane, Apr. 1, 1812, Apr. 6, 1892 -B121
    GRAHAM, John Crockett, Jul. 2, 1806, Jan. 16, 1885 -B121
    GRAHAM, John, d. Jun. 21, 1816, age 68y-5m-23d -SP1
    GRAHAM, Joseph J. Jul. 16, 1811, Apr. 9, 1877 -SP1
    GRAHAM, Martha Pierce, Feb. 2, 1806, Oct. 22, 1865 wife of David -SP4
    GRAHAM, Mary B., Jun. 26, 1843, Dec. 15, 1900 wife of Harold J. -SP4
    GRAHAM, Mary Sturt, Nov. 1, 1896, Apr. 23, 1914 -SP4
    GRAHAM, Mary, d. Dec. 28, 1819, age 51y-6m-14 [Cameron- may be duplicated] -SP1
    GRAHAM, Mary, d. Dec. 28, 1819, age 54y-6m-14d -SP1
    GRAHAM, Mary, d. Oct. 26, 1786, age about 36y wife of Robert -SP1
    GRAHAM, Mary, May 11, 1781, Jan. 3, 1861 wife of John -SP1
    GRAHAM, Nannie M. Tate, Feb. 8, 1843, Jan. 30, 1923 wife of David P. -SP4
    GRAHAM, Robert Calvin, Feb. 5, 1841, Jul. 30, 1851 son of David & Martha -SP4
    GRAHAM, Robert, d. Mar. 13, 1811, age 61y [Cameron-may be duplicated] -SP1
    GRAHAM, Robert, d. mar. 18, 181?, age 67y -SP1
    GRAHAM, Virginia Guwn, Jul. 17, 1845, Mar. 10, 1922 -B121
    GRAHAM, William, d. Jul. 26, 1819, age 25y-8m-8d -SP1
    GRAHAM, Wythe Bane, Feb. 21, 1840, Mar. 12, 1912 -B121
    GRAHAM, Zebulon Vance, Aug. 10, 1874, Dec. 28, 1919-B121
    GRAHAN, James, 1776, 1846 -C76
    GRAY, Emeline Floyd, Oct. 13, 1861, Oct. 5, 1865 -C115
    GRAY, Ira V., Apr. 27, 1890, Sep. 23, 1918 -C172
    GRAY, Minnie D., Jan. 30, 1890, Jul. 27, 1923 wife of Ira -C172
    GRAY, Sanders, Dec. 18, 1898, Jul. 1, 1934 -C172
    GRAYSON, Franklin Pierce, son of C. & L.J. Grayson stone broken -A8
    GREGORY, James B., Dec. 21, 1846, Feb. 16, 1874 -C67
    GREGORY, Jane C., Dec. 28, 1823, Sep. 5, 1847 consort of A. E. Gregory -C67
    GREGORY, Sue, Nov. 17, 1848, Feb. 23, 1920 wife of J. B. -C67
    GROSECLOSE, Mrs.-D167
    GRUBB, Curtis A., Co. D, 45th VA Inf. C.S.A. -D41
    GRUBB, Jack, Jul. 2, 1803, Jan. 18, 1874 -D41
    GRUBB, James T., Co. A, 4th VA Inf. C.S.A. -D41
    GULLION, infant, b. & d. Feb. 22, 1913 son of G. H. & M. L. -C120
    HALE, Lesace ?, May 11. 1915, Jan. 10, 1925 -B124
    HALL ?, Mary G., Apr. 14, 1830, Dec. 14, 1871 wife of S. P. -C162
    HALL ?, Samuel P., Nov. 28, 1820, Ja. 26, 1885 -C162
    HALSEY, ??????????? rock down and broken, could not read -B80
    HALSEY, James, Co. C, 51st VA Inf. C.S.A -B80
    HALSEY, John T. -B80
    HALSEY, John Trigg, Sr., C.S.A. -B80
    HALSEY, John, Jr. -B80
    HALSEY, Stephen-B80
    HALSEY,??????????? rock down and broken, could not read -B80
    HANCHER, Mary E., d. Jul. 5, 1843, age 25y-8m-15d dau of John & Mary Graham -SP1
    HANKLEY, E.? E., Jun. 25, 1854, Jan. 21, 1895 -B63
    HANKLEY, J. T., Feb. 20, 1844, Sep. 15, 1899 -B63
    HARKINS, Alfred M., d. Mar. 9, 1932, age 49y-10m-9d -C172
    HARKRADER, Barbara Soph?, Feb. 7, 1753 probably wife of John--StJ 
    HARKRADER, Elizabeth, Dec. 2, 1802, Jul. 24, 1881 -A43
    HARKRADER, Franklin P., Apr. 15, 1855, Feb. 18, 1878 -A43
    HARKRADER, Isaac, d. Sep. 13, 1834, age 32y-0m-12d--StJ 
    HARKRADER, William, Feb. 11, 1806, Apr. 15, 1877-A43
    HARRISON, Otis P., 1899, 1950 -C152
    HAWKINS, Walter R., Oct. 22, 1920, Jun 12. 1944 -C172
    HENDRIX, Belle, Jan. 29, 1868, Feb. 1, 1906 -C117
    HENDRIX, Lee, Feb. 11, 1904, Feb. 6, 1905 -C117
    HENDRIX, Mary, Apr. 15, 1879, Jun. 28, 1901 -C117
    HILL, Caude B., Apr. 4, 1895, Apr. 15, 1914 son of Susan Williams -C149
    HILL, Tiny Lore, Aug. 30, 1950, age 0y-4m-24d -C172
    HILTON, Joseph, Sep. 7, 1803, Mar. 23, 1873 consort of Mahala Hilton -D41
    HILTON, M. Comas, Nov. 2, 1830, Aug. 7, 1847 son of J. & M. Hilton -D41
    HILTON, Mahala, Mar. 11, 1808, May 2, 1876 -D41
    HINES, Dell S., 1842, 1925 wife of George -C115
    HINES, George, 1836, 1910 -C115
    HINES, George, C.S.A. -B85
    HOLLANDSWORTH, Emily Susan, Feb. 23, 1850, Aug. 18, 1858 -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, George O., Nov. 19, 1815, Feb. 18, 1893 -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, George Robert ?, Nov. 7, 1858, May 15, 1862 -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, John L., d. Aug. 25, 1864 Killed Battle of Leesburg, VA -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, John W., Jul. 7, 1845, May 3, 1920 -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, Lucy Catherine, Jul. 4, 1857, Oct. 14, 1860 -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, M. E., Oct. 19, 1862, sep. 14, 1936 -C165
    HOLLANDSWORTH, Susanna. Apr. 7, 1822, May 11, 1895 -C165
    HOLLINSWORTH, T. G., Jul. 4, 1857, Oct. 6, 1921, m. Dec. 16, 1875 -C111
    HORNE, A. E. F., Jul. 20, 1854, May 1, 1864 -D18
    HORNE, Amanda, Mar. 5, 1827, Dec. 6, 1850 -D18
    HORNE, Ann C., Jul. 24, 1799, Jul. 6, 1862 wife of Jacob Horne -D18
    HORNE, Catherine J., Aug. 13, 1839, Nov. 9, 1844 -D18
    HORNE, Elizabeth, Jan. 19, 1824, Aug. 5, age 7m-17d -D18
    HORNE, J. D., Dec. 14, 1837, Jun. 4, 1863 -D18
    HORNE, Jacob, Oct. 25, 1790, Dec. 20, 1859 consort of Catherine -D18
    HORNE, Lela, Sep. 12, 1880, Oct. 12, 1880 dau. of R.B. & E.V. Horne -D18
    HORNE, Martha, Jun. 5, 1825, Jan. 26, 1851 -D18
    HORNE, Rosanna, Aug. 9, 1863, Feb. 11, 1865 dau. of H. & E.C. -D18
    HORNE, Rufas, May 29, 1837, Mar. 15, 1851 -D18
    HORNE, S. A., Aug. 28, 1874, Sep. 15, 1874 dau. of J.D. & E.E. -D18
    HORNE, Sarah H., Jul. 1, 1841, Dec. 10, 1844 -D18
    HORNE, William G., Jul. 1, 1856, Jan. 20, 1861 -D18
    HOUNSHELL, Nancy, d. Apr. 4, 1893, age 93y-6m-8d wife of William--StJ 
    HOUNSHELL, William, Feb. 14, 1793, Apr. 28, 1893--StJ 
    HUDDLE, Henry, Aug. 22, 1788, Feb. 20, 1851 -C129
    HUDDLE, Nancy, Oct. 8, 1799, Feb. 4, 1881 wife of Henry -C129
    HUDDLE, William Sullins David, Sep. 5, 1874, Jul. 10, 1948-C100
    HUDSON, Alida Clarice, Oct. 11, 1902, Nov. 28, 1905 -C107
    HUDSON, Florida Mae, Apr. 19, 1880, Feb. 6, 1906 -C107
    HUDSON, John, May, 25, 1824 age 77y -C69
    HUDSON, Malinda A., Aug. 13, 1823, Nov. 14, 1892 wife of John -C69
    HUDSON, Ronald Edgar, Oct. 24, 1905, May 20, 1906 -C107
    HUFFARD, Alice Hudson, d. Jan. 22, 1891, age 65y-9m-6d--StJ 
    HUFFARD, Andrew, d. Jan. 25, 1891, age 72y-9m-25d--StJ 
    HUFFARD, David Clay, Oct. 27, 1857, Oct. 19, 1897--StJ 
    HUMPRIES, George P., Aug. 7, 1846, Apr. 24, 1916 -SP3
    HUMPRIES, Mother Mary Frances, Feb. 5, 1846, Feb. 13, 1913 -SP3
    HUNLEY, Charles B., Feb. 13, 1899, May 25, 1920 -C172
    HUNLEY, Mary Ann King, Feb. 22, 1880, Aug. 15, 1941 wife of William H. -C172
    HUNLEY, William H., Sep. 14, 1875, Aug. 9, 1945 -C172
    IMKB, Dec. 10, 1790, Oct. ??. 1818--StJ 
    INMAN, John, d. 1920 -B124
    JACKSON, A. V., Jun. 11, 1927, Nov. 25, 1930 dau. of M. & Mrs. C.W. -B124
    JACKSON, Alfred, Jun. 25, 1866, Oct. 15, 1892 -C136
    JACKSON, Amanda A., Sep. 2, 1823, Apr. 17, 1864 -C67
    JACKSON, Charles A., Mar. 22, 1861, Feb. 19, 1932 -C115
    JACKSON, Daisie A., May 26, 1885 -B126
    JACKSON, Donald T., Oct. 4, 1927, May 28, 1946 PFC, USMC -C165
    JACKSON, Ellis F., Jul. 5, 1886, Jul. 20, 1887 -C165
    JACKSON, Ester E. Hudson, Jun. 11, 1856, Mar. 4, 1930 wife of Marion --C150
    JACKSON, George, Mar. 1, 1819, Jul. 28, 1890 -C	136
    JACKSON, Gladys P., Nov. 22, 1927, Jan. 7, 1928 -B124
    JACKSON, infant, Apr. 7, 1920, Jul. 29, 193?1 dau. of L.C. & W.H. -B124
    JACKSON, Infant, b. & d. Feb. 8, 1892 son of C.A. & M.W. -C115
    JACKSON, Infant, b.&d. Jul. 13,1921 dau. of T.W. & R. M. -C115
    JACKSON, Isabella, d. Mar. 28, 1838 -C114
    JACKSON, James Madison, Sep., 1860, Oct. 11, 1917 son of George & Nancy -C136
    JACKSON, James R., b. Apr. 16, 1884 -B126
    JACKSON, James T., Oct, 23, 1873, Jun. 7, 1876 -C115
    JACKSON, John B., d. Jan.5, 1951, age 81y -C115
    JACKSON, John L., 1860, 1942 -C165
    JACKSON, John W. P., Jul. 27, 1887, Oct. 31, 1898 son of A. & M.J. -C136
    JACKSON, John, Aug., 1776, Dec.4, 1826 -C114
    JACKSON, John, b. 1768 in Applesby, Westmoreland County, England -C136
    JACKSON, John, Dec. 18, 1800, Oct. 14, 1890 -C115
    JACKSON, John-C137
    JACKSON, Julia A., 1855, 1933 -C165
    JACKSON, Luther P., Oct. 1, 1889, Oct. 31, 1896 -C165
    JACKSON, Margaret Werrick, Nov. 6, 1854, Dec. 2, 1928 -C115
    JACKSON, Marion E., Aug. 25, 1855, Ju. 17, 1935 -C150
    JACKSON, Martha? P., d. Sep. 11, 1819? consort of John -C115
    JACKSON, Mary D., Mar. 4, 1903, Sep. 14, 1935 wife of Charles W. -B124
    JACKSON, Mary Ellen, Jan. 3, 1857, Apr. 29, 1860 dau. of James & Sarah--D50
    JACKSON, Mary, Apr. 21 1844, May 22, 1901 wife of William J. -C115
    JACKSON, Michael, Sep. 19, 1853, Jan. 3, 1929 -C115
    JACKSON, Minnis S. Shipwash, Dec. 17, 1894, Oct. 2, 1946 wife of J.R. -C136
    JACKSON, Mollie D., Jan. 29, 1869, Jun. 20, 1934 -C115
    JACKSON, Nancy Farmer, b. 1773, in Wales wife of John -C136
    JACKSON, Nannie W. Werrick, Jun. 26, 1862, Mar. 9, 1931 wife of Charles A. -C115
    JACKSON, Newton Crockett, Feb. 4, 1906, Apr. 14, 1942 son of J.R. & D.A. -B126
    JACKSON, Richard Henry, Sep. 18, 1918, Aug. 4, 1919 son of J.R. & M.S. -C136
    JACKSON, Robert, 1850, 1890 -C115
    JACKSON, Robert, Jul. 8, 1806, Feb. 22, 1891-C115
    JACKSON, Ruth Mae, May 21, 1888, Nov. 1, 1948 -C115
    JACKSON, Sarah A., Dec. 4, 1822, Nov. 24, 1899 -C136
    JACKSON, Sarah Jane, Nov. 20, 1820, Nov. 4, 1902 -C115
    JACKSON, Sarah Tucker, Jun. 18, 1843, Mar. 5, 1913 -C115
    JACKSON, Terianna ? J. Sutphin, Jan. 5, 1868, Mar. 13, 1927 wife of James M. -C136
    JACKSON, Thomas G., b. & d. Sep. 4, 1935 son of C.W. & M.R. -B124
    JACKSON, Thomas Micajah, Nov. 11, 1835, Apr. 17, 1899 -C115
    JACKSON, Thomas, Nov. 8, 1762, Sep. 16, 1821 -C114
    JACKSON, Thomas, Sep. 26, 1805, Feb. 21, 1878 -C68
    JACKSON, W. J., May 26, 1839, Apr. 26, 1904 -C115
    JACKSON, Walter Raper, d. Sep. 19, 1902, age 18y son of M.J. & M. E. -C115
    JACKSON, William B., May 28, 1863, Auf. 4, 1890-C136
    JENKINS, Euna L., Feb. 16, 1892, Oct. 31, 1944 -C96
    JENKINS, L. B., Apr. 3, 1907, May 17, 1911 -C96
    JENKINS, Maggie, Mar. 12, 1877, Jun. 15, 1846 [Cameron - must be 1946 -C96
    JENKINS, Walter, 1885, age 48y, 1933 -C96
    JOHNSON, Mary Ann, Aug. 11, 1821, Jun. 22, 1870 -A173
    JOHNSON, Roy A., d. Mar. 19, 1937, age 24y-0m-26d -C130
    JOHNSTON, Melvina Jane, Mar. 11, 1849, Mar. 15, 1917 -SP5
    JOHNSTON, Missouri E., May 30, 1869, Oct. 23, 1892 dau of W.W. & M.J. -SP5
    JOHNSTON, N. E., Oct. 16, 1857, Sep. 17, 1917 -C130
    JOHNSTON, William Winston, May 7, 1840, Feb. 6, 1885 -SP5
    JONES, Albert P., Jun. 18, 1894, Nov. 18, 1930 Husband of Allie Carrie -C172
    JONES, Kate, Sep. 22, 1840, Dec. 25, 1905 -C120
    JONES, R. C., C.S.A. -C120
    JONES, Shirlie Marie, Jul. 29, 1941, Nov. 13, 1941 dau of O.M. & P.R. -C172
    KEES, Virginia A., 1912-C152
    KEESLING, Catherine, Aug. 19, 1794, Mar. 4, 1867 -D15
    KEESLING, George, Mar. 31, 1801, Jul. 7, 1876 -B63
    KEESLING, Julia A., Apr. 16, 1857, Aug. 10, 1909 wife of R. T. -B63
    KEESLING, Maria A., Mar. 10, 1838, Sep. 19, 1900 -B63
    KEESLING, Matilda, Jul. 8, 1814, May, 1887 wife of George -B63
    KEESLING, Peter, Aug. 19, 1792, Jul. 26, 1857 -D15
    KEESLING, Robert T., May 10, 1845, May 13, 1921 -B63
    KEGLEY, Catherine, Jan. 20, 1805, Jan. 2, 1864 wife of John--StJ 
    KEGLEY, Hans Martin, Sep. 9, 1782, Mar. 10, 1844 son of Geroge--StJ 
    KEGLEY, Infant, Oct. 3, 1861 dau. of Dr. C. & F. Kegley -D41
    KEGLEY, John, Mar. 6, 1797, May 6, 1866--StJ 
    KENT, Annie C., Mar. 8, 1801, Aug. 5, 1877 wife of Hugh M. -C62
    KENT, Clarence Polk, Jan. 9, 1846, Dec. 27, 1871 -C62
    KENT, Elizabeth Montgomery, Apr. 17, 1799, Apr. 21, 1869 wife of Robert -C62
    KENT, Gordon C., Jun. 29, 1806, Sep. 18, 1869 son of Joseph & Margaret -C62
    KENT, Gordon, Jan. 16, 1851, Jan. 27, 1853 son of J. & E.D. Shaffer -SP5
    KENT, Hugh McGavock, Dr., Mar. 8, 1801, Aug. 5, 1877 -C62
    KENT, James Gordon, Feb. 27, 1835, May 22, 1839 -C62
    KENT, James S., d. Mar. 23, 1823, age 1y-1m-20d -C62
    KENT, Joseph, Col., d. Oct. 20, 1843, age 78y-11m-18d -C62
    KENT, Lucinda, d. Oct. 13, 1829, age 18y-7m-13d -C62
    KENT, Margaret, D. Feb. 17, 1857, age 68y-2m-7d -C62
    KENT, Margaret, Oct. 6, 1809, Aug. 4, 1862 dau. of Joseph & Margaret -C62
    KENT, Robert, Jan. 1, 1796, Sep. 14, 1852 -C62
    KINCER, James, 1861, 1865 C.S.A. -SP6
    KINDER, Polly, d. Aug. 3, 1814, age 4y-1m-9d--StJ 
    KING, Alice, Apr. 15, 1873, Aug. 31, 1935 -C172
    KING, Christian, May 5, 1786, Jul. 23, 1818 -D23
    KING, Elizabeth, d. May 30, 1851 (maybe 1831), age 61y-1m-29d wife of Jacob -D23
    KING, Ervin P., Apr. 17, 1909, Dec. 27, 1910 -C149
    KING, Hallie R., Jun. 8, 1905, Mar. 14, 1906 -C149
    KING, Jacob, d. May 27, 1860, age 71y-7m-9d -D23
    KING, John J., Dec. 16, 1828, Aug. 25, 1908 -D23
    KING, Mary Virginia, Aug. 4, 1913, Jul. 1, 1937-C96
    KING, William, Dec. 8, 1745, Mar. 17, 1817 -D23
    KIRBY, James Lon, d. Jan. 30, 1951 -B126
    KIRBY, John, Aug. 12, 1825, Dec. 22, 1920 -SP3
    KIRBY, Mary, Mar. 25, 1805, May 5, 1877 wife of Henry -A7
    KIRBY, Olive, Dec. 25, 1848, May 8, 1928 -SP3
    KISLING, Catherine, d. Oct. 11, 1843 wife of George Kisling -D15
    KISLING, Conrad, Pvt., Baldy's Co., 6th PA Militia, Rev. War, May, 1818 -B63
    KISLING, George, d. Mar. 19, 1840, age 81y -D15
    KITTS, J., Co. F, 45th VA Inf., C.S.A-B80
    KNIPP, Mary, Mar. 16, 1714, Nov. 3, 1804--StJ 
    KYLE, Robert, d. Mar. 29, 1852, age 57y a Mason, native of Tyrone Co., Ireland -A173
    LAMBERT, Catherine, Feb. 19, 1824, Feb. 5, 1893 -D15
    LAMBERT, Elizabeth, Sep. 4, 1846, Mar. 13, 1862 dau. fo J. & C. Lambert -D15
    LAMBERT, Frances E., Feb. 28, 1861, Jul. 4, 1861 dau. of J. & C. Lambert -D15
    LAMBERT, Joseph, d. Feb. 6, 1890, age 76y -D15
    LAMBERT, Martha E., Apr. 9, 1862, Dec. 14, 1864 dau. of J. & C. Lambert -D15
    LAMBERT, Peter M., Dec. 16, 1852, Mar. 2, 1862 son of J. & C. Lambert -D15
    LAMBERT, Sarah A., Sep. 26, 1855, Mar. 11, 1862 dau. of J. & C. Lambert -D15
    LAMBERT, W.C., Oct. 5, 1850, Jan. 29, 1854 son of Joseph & Catherine -D15
    LAWSON, Franklin Douglas, May 15, 1938, Aug. 29, 1838 -C150
    LAWSON, Lizzie Jackson, Apr. 15, 1877, Oct. 31, 1950-C150
    LEEDY, Josiah, Sep. 5, 1813, Dec. 24, 1903--StJ 
    LEEDY, Sallie Kegley, Apr. 14, 1814, Nov. 27, 1894 wife of Josiah m. Oct. 3, 1837--StJ 
    LESLIE, E.W., Feb. 17, 1843, Jan. 12, 1875 Wife of H.W. Leslie -D41
    LINES ?, John William, Oct. 11, 1876, Sep. 5, 1946 -C120
    LITTERAL, Evaline V., 1860, 1899 -C146
    LITTERAL, J. Sturt, 1852, 1931 -C146
    LITTERAL, Novella R., 1906, 1926 -C146
    LITTERAL, Rosanna F., 1883, 1887 -C146
    LITTERAL, Royal L., 1886, 1894 -C146
    LITTON, Milton, d. Mar. 21, 1851, age 36y -A173
    LITZ, ???????, two women -D30
    LITZ, John, Nov. 27, 1844, d. CSA near Petersburg, VA -D30
    LITZ, Solomon, May 17, 1819, CSA, killed by lighting during Petersburg, VA Campaign -D30
    LOCKES, Robert E., May 22, 1896, Mar. 10, 1929 -B63
    LYDDLE, William, Sr., Mar. 10, 1821, Aug. 27, 1865 -C114
    M. no other inscription -C62
    MABE, Alice Warden, 1865, 1946 -B124
    MABE, infant, b. & d. Aug. 13, 1901 Infant of M.A. & L.J. -B124
    MABE, John W., Sep. 28, 1880, Jul. 21, 1938 -C172
    MABE, Mittie H., 1870, 19__ --B124
    MABE, Sadie Lou, Aug. 13, 1906, Dec. 24, 1906 dau of M.A. & L.J. -B124
    MABE, Sallie J., Jul. 4, 1850, mar. 30, 1939 -C172
    MABE, Thomas J., 1859, 1937 -B124
    MABE, William Samuel, 1857, 1931-B124
    MABE, William, 1844, 1926 -C172
    MADOX, Jane, Sep. 4, 1822, Sep. 4, 1854 wife of John, native of Breecooshat, Wales -A173
    MANLEY, Robert G., d. Aug. 23, 1945, age 76y-7m-13d -C111
    MARTIN, Jack, Apr. 25, 1878, Dec. 8, 1901 son of Jack & Kate -C62
    MATHEWS, ??????, d. 1836 could not make out inscription -C56
    MATHEWS, Harold J., Feb. 7, 1841, Jan. 20, 1908 -SP4
    MATHEWS, John P., Nov. 12, 1837, age 22y-10m -C56
    MATHEWS, Maria, Jan. 30, 1808, Jul. 30, 1849 wife of Alexander Mathews -C56
    MAURAN, infant, child of Walter Mauran -D30
    MAYS, William P., Oct. 13, 1838, Mar. 28, 1839 son of F.D. & Mary M.-SP1
    McBAKER, Jane Jackson, Jul. 7, 1817, Aug. 8, 1901 wife of Joseph McBaker -C117
    McBAKER, Joseph, Jan. 17, 1815, Feb. 2, 1876 -C117
    McGAVOCK, ????????, d. ???, 2, 1844 wife of Hugh McGavock-B81
    McGAVOCK, A. J., no other inscription -C62
    McGAVOCK, Abbie J. Williamson, Mar. 2, 1812, Aug. 5, 1877 wife of Ephriam -C62
    McGAVOCK, Bettie Painter, Jun. 14, 1843, May 16, 1893 wife of J.H. McGavock -C62
    McGAVOCK, Cloyd, Dec. 17, 1812, Oct. 10, 1886 -C62
    McGAVOCK, Cynthia, Apr. 9, 1800, Jun. 1, 1874 dau. of James & Mary McGavock -C62
    McGAVOCK, Elizabeth, d. Aug. 22, 1817, age 2y-6m-2d -C62
    McGAVOCK, Ephriam, Dec. 12, 1805, Jan. 11, 1876 -C62
    McGAVOCK, Frances Hargrove, Aug. 14, 1850, Jan. 16, 1889 -C62
    McGAVOCK, James H., Feb. 16, 1842, Jan. 11, 1916 -C62
    McGAVOCK, James, d. May 12, 1838, age 73y-11m-2d -C62
    McGAVOCK, James, d. Oct. 23, 1839, age 35y-3m-28d -C62
    McGAVOCK, James, Sr., d. Mar. 22, 1812, age 84y -C62
    McGAVOCK, Joseph, d. Dec. 26, 1855, age 55y-2m-26d -C62
    McGAVOCK, Margaret, Dec. 30, 1784, Mar. 21, 1868 wife of Joseph -C62
    McGAVOCK, Mary, d. Mar. 5, 1827, age 85y -C62
    McGAVOCK, Mary, d. Nov. 27, 1826, age 48y-6m-4d wife of James -C62
    McGAVOCK, Mary, Oct. 18, 1809, Nov. 11, 1859 dau of James & Mary McGavock -C62
    McGAVOCK, Nancy, d. Oct. 7, 1861, age 44y-6m-16d -C62
    McGAVOCK, Randall, d. Oct. 25, 1826, age 24y-5m-7d son of James, Jr. -C62
    McGAVOCK, Sallie -C62
    McGAVOCK, Sarah Jackson, Feb. 13, 1845, Feb. 2, 1901 -C62
    McGAVOCK, Sarah, d. Sep. 13, 1839, age 21y-11m-13d dau. of James & Mary -C62
    McGAVOCK, Stephen, May 25, 1873, Jul. 22, 1873 son of J.H. & Bettie McGavock -C62
    McGAVOCK, Stephen, Nov. 8, 1807, Jul. 20, 1880 -C62
    McGAVOCK, William, Dec. 27, 1819, Sep. 10, 1849 -C62
    McGAVOCK, William, Nov. 28, 1876, Apr. 19, 1918 son of J. H. & Bettie McGavock -C62
    McRae, Daniel, 1750, 1869 [Cameron record]-C54
    MEYERS, Jacob Alvin Daily, Jan. 11, 1835, Sep. 9, 1909 -SP5
    MEYERS, Jacob, Jun. 14, 1803, Aug. 25, 1870 -SP5
    MEYERS, Louisa T., Aug. 8,1803, Aug. 25, 1870 -SP5
    MEYERS, Mary Ellen, Mar. 17, 1862, May 2, 1862 dau of J.D. & M.E. -SP5
    MILLER, Elizabeth, d. Aug. 29, 1830, age 77y-2m-11d -SP2
    MILLER, Mary, Jul. 6, 1766, Feb. 22, 1813 -SP2
    MILLER, Nancy, Apr. 13, 1818, Oct. 8, 1903 -C111
    MKEI?, Adam, --StJ 
    MKEI?, George, d. Aug. 15, 1825--StJ 
    MONTGOMERY, Elizabeth, 1766, 1812 -C76
    MONTGOMERY, John, Revolutionary Soldier -C76
    MONTGOMERY, Nancy, 1782, 1816 -C76
    MONTGOMERY, Silas, 1800, 1829 -C76
    MOORE, Addie, Nov. 7, 1848, Sep. 11, 1870, wife of W.J.-C62
    MOORE, Alfred C., Gen., Dec. 12, 1805, Mar. 16, 1890 -C62
    MOORE, George, Sep. 3, 1870, Jan. 6, 1871 -C62
    MOORE, John A. early settler said to be buried here -C146
    MOORE, Joseph Kent, d. Sep. 11, 1841, age 6y-9m-9d -C62
    MOORE, Margaret Lee, d. Jan. 17, 1845, age 14y-1m-17d -C62
    MOORE, Matilda, Aug. 15, 1828, Mar. 7, 1876 -D18
    MOORE, Nancy, d. Apr. 3, 1852, age 43y-7m-1d -C62
    MOORE, Sidney, Apr. 14, 1836, Apr. 23, 1862 -C62
    MORGAN, George Samuel, d. Apr. 24, 1947, age 66y-10m-20d  --B126
    MORGAN, Mary King Trigg, Oct. 13, 1807, Sep. 17, 1808 -D98
    MYLEY, M., Dec. 28, 1802, Jan. 27, 1822--StJ 
    NEFF, Abraham, Aug. 2, 1798, Sep. 30, 1880-D2
    NEFF, Anna Mary, d. Aug. 11, 1831, age 34y wife of John, dau of John Baumgardner--StJ 
    NEFF, Charles M., Mar. 29, 1866, Jul. 15, 1866   son of D & A.J. Neff-D2
    NEFF, Christina, d. Mar. 13, 183?, age 84y-2m-?-D2
    NEFF, Elizabeth, d. Nov. 24, 1851, age 11y-4m-9d-D2
    NEFF, Elizabeth, Sep. 28, 1798, Dec. 28, 1871   wife of Abraham-D2
    NEFF, Michael, d. Jan. 15, 1824, age 69y-8m-7d-D2
    NEFF, Sarah E., May 17, 1857-D2
    NEFF, Stephen, Oct. 28, 1860, Sep. 8, 1861   son of D & A.J. Neff-D2
    NEFF, Wiley Winton, 1858, Sep. 10, 1859-D2
    NELSON, Elizabeth, Feb. 9, 1881, age 6y-1m-7d -SP5
    NELSON, G. M., d. Jul. 5, 1881, age 70y-10m-23d -SP5
    NELSON, Isom, Oct. 7, 1832, Mar. 9, 1907 -SP5
    NELSON, Margaret Shaffer, Sep. 1, 1841, Jul. 22, 1899 wife of Isom -SP5
    NEWLAND, Elizabeth, Sep. 13, 1829, Mar. 20, 1899 wife of Preston M. Newland -D37
    NEWLAND, Ester, Dec. 7, 1806, Jan. 15, 1863 wife of James Newland -D37
    NEWLAND, James, Mar. 11, 1800, Nov. 26, 1856 -D37
    NEWLAND, John, d. Apr. 16, 1833, age 90y Sacred to the memory of -D37
    NEWLAND, Mary, d. Apr. 21, 1833, age 29y-5m-11d Sacred to the memory of -D37
    NEWLAND, P. M., Jul. 10, 1822, Nov. 29, 1901 -D37
    NEWTON, John C., Co. D, 2nd VA Regt., Sp. Am. War -C172
    NUCKELLS, Lydia, Mrs., d. Feb. 11, 1857, age 58y -C128
    OGLE, Frank, 1880, 1948-C93
    OGLESBY, Albert Micajah ?, Jun. 2, 1835, Jun. 19, 1892 -C115
    OGLESBY, Elizabeth Ann Jackson, Feb. 28, 1837, Jun. 7, 1898-C115
    ORR, James H., Mar. 1, 1824, Jan. 21, 1883 -D57
    ORR, Nancy C., Jan. 7, 1859, Jan. 22, 1881, dau. of J.H. & M. H. -D57
    ORR, Sarah V., May 18, 1875, May 1, 1881, dau. of J.H. & M.H. -D57
    OURY, Nancy, Jun. 30, 1779, Mar. 5, 1849 -C59
    PAGE, R. M. a C.S.A. marker -B63
    PAINTER, Emily Jane, d. May 17, 1847, age 3y-8m-22d -C128
    PAINTER, John, Dec. 19, 1796, May 12, 1875 -D57
    PAINTER, Rev. George, Feb. 11, 1795, Feb. 20, 1863 -C72
    PAINTER, Rosanna Gose, Dec. 7, 1801, May 20, 1877 -D57
    PALMER, Catherine, May 26, 1837, Apr. 9, 1890--StJ 
    PALMER, Christian, d. Jul. 15, 1846, age 37y-5m-25d--StJ 
    PARKER, Amanda J., Apr. 14, 1849 in Barbuque Co., Iowa, Nov. 19, 1893 -C172
    PATTERSON, Annie, d. Aug. 23, 1870 dau of J.H. & M.--StJ 
    PATTERSON, James, d. Jul. 25, 1850-B79
    PEARMAN, Helen, Dec. 16, 1920, Aug. 23, 1928 -C154
    PEARMAN, Thomas, 1882, 1946 -C164
    PEERY, Elizabeth Ann, Jan. 13, 1836, Oct. 26 ?, 1922 wife of Harvey -D22
    PEERY, Harvey G., Dec. 16, 1838, Apr. 21, 1917 -D22
    PEERY, William, Mar. 17, 1785, Sep. 14, 1869 -D22
    PHELPS, Emily, d. Mar. 29, 1832, age 32y of Stockbridge, VA wife of George ?--StJ 
    PHELPS, George H., d. Jun. 2, 1865, in Farmville, VA, age 38y-1m-14d--StJ 
    PHILLIPPI, Catherine M., Feb. 14, 1843, Feb. 2, 1862 wife of E.W. Phillippi -D17
    PHILLIPPI, Catherine wife of Christian, dau. of Phillip Dutton -D13
    PHILLIPPI, Christian, d. Nov. 23, 1843 son of John & Maria Barbara -D13
    PHILLIPPI, Isiaiah, b. 1844 died young & unmarried brother to Martin Luther-D13
    PHILLIPPI, John Wiley C., Oct.5, 1867, Feb. 11, 1868 son of A.J. & D. A. -D17
    PHILLIPPI, Joseph, Mar. 25, 1866, Dec. 13, 1866 son of A.J. & D. A. -D17
    PHILLIPPI, Mary E., Sep. 19, 1875, Nov. 8, 1880, dau. of D.E. & N. U. -D57
    PHILLIPPI, Samuel C., Sep. 17, 1877, Sep. 3, 1880, son of D.E. & N. U. -D57
    PHILLIPPI, Sarah M., dau. of E. W. & C. M. -D17
    PHIPPS, Washington D., Co. E, 29th VA Inf. -C139
    PICKETT, James, CSA Laying on railroad right of way just outside cemetey -D41
    PIERCE, David, d. Oct. 28, 1833, age 77y-6m-20d consort of Mary -C68
    PIERCE, Emeline D., Sep. 6, 1834, Apr. 15, 1902 widow of William -C68
    PIERCE, Harriet R., age 1-7-4 -C68
    PIERCE, Mary S., age 2m-27d -C68
    PIERCE, Mary, d. Jul. 26, 1858, age 81y wife of David -C68
    PIERCE, William, Apr. 11, 1811, Jun. 6, 1875 -C68
    PIERCE, William, Dec. 5, 1866, Jun. 2, 1899 son of W. & E.--C68
    POOLE, Price, Dec. 26, 1847, age 53y-0m-8d -C172
    POPE, Elizabeth, Mar. 28, 1811, Nov. 7, 1897 wife of W.A. -C140
    POPE, Ezra I., May 23, 1854, Jan. 10, 1925 -C140
    POPE, Ezra T., d. at sea Oct. 6, 1918, going to France with the AEF -C140
    POPE, Mollie C., Oct. 21, 1865, May 26, 1924-C140
    POPE, W. A., Dec. 12, 1810, Mar. 26, 1882 -C139
    PORTER, Alexander Stephen, Oct. 13, 1862, Jun. 3 1941 -C172
    PORTER, Bettie K., Mar. 19, 1921, Apr. 27, 1921 -C163
    PORTER, H. A. Wise, Aug. 8, 1856, --C163
    PORTER, infant, b. & d. Mar. 13, 1910 child of George & Nora-C151
    PORTER, Julia Ann, Mar. 14, 1835, Apr. 14, 1905 -C163
    PORTER, Lidece Ann, Aug. 18, 1850, age 76y-7m-16d -C172
    PORTER, Malinda, Mar. 8, 1805, Apr. 17, 1831 wife of Robert -C67
    PORTER, Robert Lee, May 4, 1875, Dec. 16, 1920 -C163
    PORTER, Sallie C. Ricky, Jul. 25, 1870, Sep. 18, 1294 wife of H.A. Wise Porter -C163
    PORTER, Susanna Shellie, Dec. 29, 1876, Oct. 17, 1903 -C163
    PORTER, Thomas Jackson, Feb. 12, 1850, Jan. 24, 1914 -C163
    PORTER, Vivian, May 28, 1892, Dec. 10, 1904 son of W.O. & M.A. Tomlinson -C163
    PRIMM, J. Henderson, d. Aug. 5, 1853, age 14y-10m-3d son of James & Benetor -C68
    PRIMM, Joshua, Mar., 1790, Jul., 1857 -C68
    PRIMM, Mary, Mar., 1800, Oct., 1863 wife of Joshua-C68
    PUCKETT, Lizzie, Aug. 25, 1862, Feb. 22, 1913 -C120
    RADER, Casper, d. Jun. 6, 1811, age 80y--StJ 
    RADER, Rachael, d. Oct. 31, 1816, age 70y wife of Casper--StJ 
    RAEDEL, William D., Rev., Jan. 1, 1829, Dec. 12, 1865--StJ 
    RAEDER, James Jackson, Aug. 27, 18__, Jul. 10, 18__--StJ 
    RAPER, John Crockett, 1834, 1908 -C113
    RAPER, Mary C., Feb. 20, 1808, Feb. 14, 1880 wife of Robert -SP3
    RAPER, Robert, Apr. 30, 1796, Liverpool, England, Jul. 23, 1878 -SP3
    RAPER, Sallie Crockett, 1854, 1935 -C113
    RAPER, Virginia Lewis, Oct. 3, 1880, Jul. 1, 1901 wife of J. Thomas Smith -C113
    REPASS, Augusta Umberger, 1855, 1921--StJ 
    REPASS, Barbara, Feb. 12, 1790, Jan. 1, 1827 wife of William--StJ 
    REPASS, Christina, d. Dec. 19, 1867, age 72y-9m-4d wife of William--StJ 
    REPASS, Clarence A., d. Feb. 10, 1925, age 46y-3m-36d--StJ 
    REPASS, Daniel, Jun. 24, 1766, sep. 28, 1833--StJ 
    REPASS, Daniel--StJ 
    REPASS, Elizabeth, May 18, 1820, Aug. 20, 1855 wife of Jacob--StJ 
    REPASS, Emily McKay, 1850, 1931--StJ 
    REPASS, George F., Jun. 26, 1832, Jun. 8, 1882--StJ 
    REPASS, infant, b. Jul. 10, 1859 infant of Jesse & Lydia--StJ 
    REPASS, J. Robinson, 1849, 1891--StJ 
    REPASS, Jacob, Aug. 19, 1737, Jun. 21, 1814, age 76y-9m-2d--StJ 
    REPASS, Jacob, Dec. 6, 1816, Dec. 25, 1880--StJ 
    REPASS, Jacob, Jr., Sep. 19. 1811, Aug. 12, 1835--StJ 
    REPASS, John, 1836--StJ 
    REPASS, Joseph Milton, d. Aug. 31, 1872, age 7y-5m-19d son of W.G. & J. Repass--StJ 
    REPASS, Lydia, Jan. 11, 1809, Jul. 14, 1897 wife of Jesse--StJ 
    REPASS, Margaret A., Dec. 21, 1852, Nov. 11, 1899 wife of J. M. Repass -C112
    REPASS, Mary E., d. Sep. 10, 1833, 24y-9m-20d wife of John--StJ 
    REPASS, Mary E., d. sep. 10, 1853, age 24y-9m-20d wife of John [Cameron looks duped--StJ 
    REPASS, Mary Ellen, Aug. 25, 1873, age 3y-9m-22d dau of W.G. & J. Repass--StJ 
    REPASS, Nathaniel, Nov. 13, 1833, May 18, 1836--StJ 
    REPASS, Sarah J., d. Ju. 14, 1914, age 75y-4m-14d--StJ 
    REPASS, Sophia, Oct. 20, 1816, Sep. 16, 1829--StJ 
    REPASS, Stephen Willis, d. Apr. 2, 1873, age 6y-2m-10d son of W.G. & J. Repass--StJ 
    REPASS, Thomas W., M.D., Jul. 10, 1867, Nov. 8, 1925--StJ 
    REPASS, William Gordon, d. Nov. 30, 1895, in Hoc Signo Vinces, age 58y-5m-28d --StJ
    REPASS, William, d. Feb. 3, 1821, age 23y-1m--StJ 
    REPASS, William, Jul. 16, 1794, Oct. 6, 1868--StJ 
    RICHARD, Nimrod & family -A173
    RICHMOND, Jonathan, Jan 15, 1834, Aug. 9, 1861 -A173
    RICKY, Alvertie S., 1892, __________ --C163
    RICKY, B. F., Sep. 6, 1865, Aug. 3, 1914 -C163
    RICKY, Charles S., 1886, 1943 -C163
    RICKY, infant C. Jean, 1943 son of R.A. -C163
    RICKY, James S., Apr. 2, 1859, Apr. 21, 1915 -C163
    RICKY, M. H., b. Sep. 12, 1863 -C163
    RICKY, Nannie Precilia, Dec. 23, 1863, Oct. 13, 1918 wife of M.H. -C163
    RICKY, Russell A., Jr., 1941 son of R. A.-C163
    RIDER, infant, 1825 child of Nathaniel Bib or Rib (prob) -A173
    ROBINSON, Bettie Graham, Sep. 1, 1845, Jun. 15, 1921 wife of John W. -SP4
    ROBINSON, Betty Morgan, Nov. 14, 1839 Franklin Co., VA, Sep. 28, 1923, wife of J. M.-C148
    ROBINSON, Eldred Herbert, Sep. 23, 1845, Dec. 18, 1899 -C162
    ROBINSON, Harry Graham, Jul. 19, 1872, Sep. 15, 1918 -SP4
    ROBINSON, James M., Mar. 20, 1835, Bedford Co., VA, Jan. 28, 1892 -C148
    ROBINSON, John William, Aug. 6, 1837, Jul. 16, 1906 -SP4
    ROBINSON, Maggie S. Raper, Oct. 7, 1874, Aug. 3, 1896 wife of Malcom G.-C113
    ROBINSON, Maggie S., Sep. 5, 1852, Feb. 7, 1891 wife of E. H. -C162
    ROBINSON, Malcolm Graham, MD, Sep. 7, 1870, Jun. 25, 1925-SP4
    ROBINSON, Mamie E., Jul. 18, 1876, Jun. 18, 1916 wife of E. M. -C148
    ROBINSON, Samuel A., Jun. 14, 1884, Feb. 21, 1909 -C148
    ROBINSON, Samuel C., d. Apr. 26, 1882, age 6y-5m-19d son of E. H. -C162
    ROSE, W. H., Jul. 4, 1824, May 1, 1891 -D42
    ROSE, William R., CPL, Co. C, 51st VA Inf. C.S.A.-D42
    RYAN, Patrick, 1861, 1865, C.S.A. -SP6
    SANDERS, ???????, d. Feb. 19, 1820 -C59
    SANDERS, Mahada ?, d. Sep. 14, 1818, age 18y-11m-6d -C59
    SANDERS, Stpehen ?, Feb. 24, 1843, Sep. 16, 1862 -C59
    SANDERS, Thomas, Dec. 8, 1795, Apr. 20, 1881-C59
    SAYERS, Elizabeth, Oct. 13, 1824, sep. 20, 1884 -SP5
    SAYERS, Ester Thompson Crockett, stone not found -C72
    SAYERS, James A., Feb. 8, 1822, sep. 24, 1900 -SP5
    SAYERS, Jane C., Feb. 8, 1798, Aug. 31, 1805 -C72
    SAYERS, Robert, Oct. 29, 1754, Apr. 17, 1826 a Rev. War. Soldier-B106
    SAYERS, Sarah J., Jul. 6, 1873, Dec. 5, 1908 wife of Willaim David -C140
    SAYERS, Susanna,Sep. 26, _____, Oct. 15, 182_ --C72
    SAYERS, William David, Dec. 31, 1869, Sep. 11, 1937-C145
    SAYERS, William, Dec. 20, 1791, Feb. 13, 1815-C72
    SCOTT, Andrew P., Feb. 1, 1829, Nov. 19, 1916 -D37
    SCOTT, Anna Jane, Mar. 22, 1827, Jul. 11, 1878 wife of Andrew P. Scott -D37
    SEACATT, Charles C., d. Mar. 15, 1854, age 1y-1m-20d -A173
    SEACATT, Eliza T., d. Aug. 25, 1859, age 5y-8m-7d -A173
    SEACATT, Elizabeth, d. Oct. 15, 1845, age 65y-5m-5d -A173
    SEACATT, Elmira J., d. Nov. 20, 1857, age 14d -A173
    SEACATT, William E., d. Jul. 15, 1858, age 2y-11m-15d -A173
    SEXTON, Barbara, d. Apr. 4, 1838, age 67y-4m-23d 2nd wife of Joseph -A173
    SEXTON, John M., 1841, 1864 -A173
    SEXTON, John M., 1861, 1865 C.S.A. marker -A173
    SEXTON, John, 1811, 1868 -A173
    SEXTON, Joseph C. C.S.A. marker -A173
    SEXTON, Joseph, d. Sep. 21, 1829, age 56y-7m-7d -A173
    SEXTON, Julia A., 1812, 1889 2nd wife of John Sexton -A173
    SEXTON, L. J., 1832, 1832 -A173
    SEXTON, N. B., 1835, 1867 -A173
    SEXTON, N. B., 1861, 1865 C.S.A. marker -A173
    SEXTON, Phebe, d. Feb. 14, 1850, age 90y-9m-9d -A173
    SEXTON, Priscilla, d. Nov. 8, 1843, age 38y-9m-28d 1st wife of Jon Sexton -A173
    SEXTON, William R., 1841, 1841 ? -A173
    SEYHERT, Christian, VA PVT., Taylor's Co., Montgomery VA Regiment, Rev. War.-B82
    SHARITZ, Alice Virginia, May 4, 1856, Nov. 23, 1931 wife of James A. Brown, D.D.--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Amos K., Jan. 30, 1825, Nov. 31, 1861--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Daniel, Feb. 24, 1776, Oct. 12, 1840, age 64y-7m-19d--StJ 
    SHARITZ, David McAnnally, Feb. 25, 1834, Jan. 17, 1862 51st VA Reg.--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Elizabeth, Nov. 29, 1823, Aug. 21, 1886 wife of Amos K.--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Guy, Apr. 28, 1805, Jul. 16, 1888--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Hiram Andrew, Oct. 12, 1840, Oct. 12, 1861 51st VA Reg.--StJ 
    SHARITZ, infant, b. & d. Jun. 24, 1885 son of A.E. & C.S.--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Jannie H., Aug. 5, 1859, Oct. 27, 1925--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Joseph, Feb. 5, 1803, Oct. 31, 1879--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Patsy Baker, Jun 26, 1819, Dec. 15, 1891 wife of Joseph--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Polly Ann, d. Sep. 18, 1859, age about 84y wife of Daniel--StJ 
    SHARITZ, Sarah, Sep. 20, 1803, Jan. 19, 1887--StJ 
    SHELTON, E. C., Jan. 13, 1848, Jul. 11, 1915 -A24
    SHELTON, James F., Sep. 10, 1869, Jan. 3, 1919 -A24
    SHELTON, Louise Glenn, Aug. 9, 1883, Apr. 3, 1920 wife of G. H. Shelton -A24
    SHELTON, Lucy, Jun. 30, 1880, May 24, 1905 -A24
    SHELTON, Sallie J., Feb. 14, 1845, Nov. 23, 1923 -A24
    SHEPHERD, Margaret Ann, Apr. 11, 1832, Dec. 17, 1853 dau. of D.G. & M. S.-C67
    SHEPPERSON, Elizabeth R., Jan. 11, 1832, Jun. 7, 1854 dau. of E.& N. Ward -A8
    SHOCKLEY, Grover C., Sep. 2, 1893, Jul. 26, 1905 son of E.A. & L.K. -C117
    SHOCKLEY, Robert C., Mar. 27, 1902, Jan. 24, 1909 son of Roscoe -C117
    SHORES, Christian, Jan. 27, 1794, Jan. 5, 1835 a Mason -A173
    SHORTT, Calvin R., Sep. 7, 1800, Jul. 18, 1877 Vet. of Mex. War & C.S.A. marker -A173
    SHORTT, M. P. A., 1861, 1865 C.S.A. marker -A173
    SHORTT, Sallie, d. Sep. 24, 1865, age 52y -A173
    SHUPE, John 1st or 2nd grave according to Mr. Brown -C172
    SIMERMAN, William D., Aug. 17, 1822, Aug. 18, 1846, age 24y-0m-1d   son of J.A. & Margaret-B160
    SIMMERMAN, Earheart, 1762, 1827 a soldier of the Rev. & pioneer of Wythe County-C119
    SIMMERMAN, J. P. M. Jr., Mar. 11, 1857, Feb. 25, 1914 -C66
    SIMMERMAN, John A., Aug. 18, 1789, Jun. 17, 1853 -B160
    SIMMERMAN, John P. M., d. Nov. 18, 1821, age 59y-16d -C66
    SIMMERMAN, Mary D., d. Nov. 28, 1838, age 70y -C119
    SIMMERMAN, Thomas H., Jr., d. Apr. 29, 1873, age 19y-1m -C66
    SIMMERMAN, Vic I. Waroner, a848, Jan. 9, 1927 wife of J.P.M., Jr. -C66
    SIMMERMAN, William A., d. Mar. 11, 1878, age 30y -C66
    SMELSER, Darthulia, ____18, _____, Nov. 18, __ -SP6
    SMELSER, J. A., 1840, Jul. 5, 1902 -SP6
    SMELTZER, Fernell, C.S.A.-B85
    SMITH, Nancy, d. Jan. 12, 1890, age 67y -A173
    SMYTH, Alexander, d. Aug. 14, 1817, age 5y-9m-4d son of Alex. & Nancy -C56
    SMYTH, Nancy, d. Apr. 20, 1832, age 61y-6m-22d consort of Gen Alexander Smyth-C56
    SMYTH, Nancy, d. Aug. 12, 1831, age 17y-9m-5d -C56
    SNAVELY, Elizabeth, b. bef. 1765, d. 1810-1812 sister of Saddler John Musser -A35
    SNAVELY, Jacob, Sr., bc1763, d. Sep., 1824 -A35
    SNAVELY, Margaret, 2nd wife of Jacob, Sr. dau. of Nicholas Snider -A35
    SPENCE, Adam McKee, d. Aug.5, 1856, age 14y-6m-0d son of Hugh Spence -A8
    SPENCE, Frances Maria, d. Oct. 23, 1860, age 23y-2m-4d dau of Hugh Spence--StJ 
    SPENCE, Jane L., d. Jan. 5, 1855, age 37y-6m-0d wife of Hugh Spence--A8
    SPENCE, Wiley J., Co. B, 45th VA Inf., C.S.A.-B102
    SPRINKLE, Elizabeth, Mar. 7, 1781, Nov. 1, 1836 -SP6
    SPRINKLE, Henry, Sep. 2, 1771, Sep. 11, 1851 -SP6
    SPRINKLE, Susan, Feb. 15, 1770, Aug. 10, 1805-SP6
    STALEY, Margaret, Aug. 4, 1743, d. before 1811 wife of Martin -A34
    STALEY, Martin, bc1750, d. Feb. 25, 1826 1st Staley in Wythe County -A34
    STEFFEY, John, Oct. 19, 1814, Sep 31, 1867 son of John & Rosannah -D14
    STEFFEY, L. CSA marker son of John & Margaret, killed 1864 Cold Harbor -D14
    STEFFEY, Margaret, Feb. 25, 1816, Mar. 21, 1896 wife of John-D14
    STEFFEY, Mary F., Mar. 6, 1850, Jan. 24, 1929 -D15
    STEFFEY, Mary F., May 25, 1881, Mar. 1, 1886 -D15
    STEFFEY, Peter, Feb. 2, 1845, Mar. 23, 1908  --D15
    STEPTOE, Marion, Sep. 26, 1840, May 4, 1873 wife of H.C. Earhart -A7
    STEVANS. Joseph I., d. Dec. 15, 1834-C94
    STEWART, David, d. Jul. 31, 1839, age 0y-9m-27d [Cameron-age may be bad] -SP2
    STEWART. Mary, d. Apr. 24, 1825, age 53y -SP2
    STONE, Frances C., Dec. 3, 1832, Jan. 15, 1885 -C117
    STOOTS, Henry 1st or 2nd grave according to Mr. Brown son of John Shupe. -C172
    STOOTS, Julia Ann, Mar. 30, 1951, age 50y-9m-23 -C172
    STOOTS, Mildred F., Jun. 15, 1918, Dec. 30, 1922 dau of C.C. & W.M. -C172
    STOVER, Matilda, d. Nov. 7, 1884, age 55y-4m-24d wife of Henry-C111
    STRAW, Mildred, Sep., 1797, Aug. 30, 1827 wife of Col. Leonard Straw. 2 kids here also--StJ 
    SUITER, Allen, d. about 1912-B157
    SULT, Edith E., d. Aug. 29, 1912, age 1m, dau. of W.R. & L.M. Sult -D41
    SUMMERS, James Frerney ?, d. Mar. 20, 1947, age 76y-7m-18d -C130
    SUMMERS, Laura Gleaves, d. Apr. 26, 1943, age 62y -C130
    SWANSON, Claude, Sep. 21, 1905, Dec. 31, 1927 son of W.J. &M.M. Booth-C118
    SWECKER, Jacob, Rev., Dec. 20, 1818, Jan. 8, 1896 -C117
    SWECKER, Margaret R., Jul. 8, 1842, Jul. 13, 1908 wife of R.E -C117
    SWECKER, Nancy A., May 4, 1855, Oct. 9, 1901 wife of William -C117
    SWECKER, Nancy, Oct. 13, 1820, Oct. 3, 1903 -C117
    TARTER, Nicholas, d. Apr. 8, 1821, age 75y-27d--StJ 
    TATE, James G., Dec. 14, 1840, Aug. 25, 1864 Killed a Sheperdtown -C62
    TATE, Jennie Cook, Oct. 20, 1875, Dec. 8, 1901 -C62
    TATE, John M., Jul. 15, 1833, Nov. 7, 1881 -C62
    TATE, Joseph Raper, May 26, 1853, Aug. 15, 1878 -C62
    TATE, Mary, 1836, 1836 -C76
    TATE, Matidla Martin, Feb. 16, 1847, Sep. 2, 1910 -C62
    TATE, Rebecca, Sep. 30, 1839 ?, Feb. 18, 1917 wife of John M. -C62
    TATE, Robert C., May 9, 1845, Apr. 3, 1899 -C62
    TATE, William H., Dec. 12, 1876, Jan. 19, 1899 -C62
    TATE, William H., Sep. 19, 1837, May 16, 1864 Killed at New Market -C62
    TATE,Elisabeth Freil Graham1813, 1849 -C76
    TAYLOR, Casey, May 20, 1911, Aug. 10, 1921 -C154
    TAYLOR, Jane, d. Jul. 14, 1830, age 38y-11m-5d -C62
    TAYLOR, Lucy E. Jennings, Dec. 8, 1873, Apr. 23, 1929 wife of W. A. Taylor-C154
    TAYLOR, Mary Madaline, Mar. 8, 1901 [Cameron--not sure which date] -C120
    TAYLOR, Robert Edward, Sep. 18, 1883, Feb. 24, 1951 -C120
    THACKERm Susan Florence, 1869, 1940 -B63
    THOMPSON, Senah E., d. Jun. 29, 1848, age 12  6 IO 6 6 [Cameron-do not understand]-C139
    TOBLER, Anna Maria, wife of Jacob, Sr. -A45
    TOBLER, Jacob, Sr., bc1735, d. between Sep. & Dec., 1817 -A45
    TOBLER, John Jacob, Nov. 2, 1799, d. after 1870 -A45
    TOBLER, Mary Magdalene, b. Oct. 3, 1803, d. Jul.7, 1868-A45
    TOMPSON, ??????, _____27, 1833 wife of Jezreel -B156
    TOMPSON, Jezreel, Jul. 13, 1834, Jul. 26, 1899-B156
    TONCRAY, James, Aug. 30, 1836, age 60y-6d -C64
    TRAIL, Mandie Mae, Jun. 2, 1891, Jan. 11, 1893 dau. of A.J. & S. J.-C117
    TRIGG, John J., Capt., Mar. 22, 1779, Sep. 5, 1817-B132
    TRIGG, Mary Jane, Jan. 20, 1841, Aug. 2, 1853 dau of Ann Trigg -A173
    UMBERGER, Alpha, 1876, 1892--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Alpha, Mar. 27, 1820, Dec.6, 1873 wife of Solomon--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Ballard T., Mar. 22, 1848, Mar. 6, 1855--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Christina E., Dec. 21, 1777, Jul. 17, 1844 wife of Leonard--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Christina, d. Apr. 17, 1863, age 47y-11m-7d--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Daniel, Jun. 28, 1815, Nov. 15, 1858--StJ 
    UMBERGER, David, Jun. 28, 1815, Nov. 16, 1858--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Edley, 1843, 1906--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Eliza Catherine, Nov. 9, 1836, May 16, 1902 wife of Rufus--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Henry, d. Jun. 8, 1866, age 83y-0m-20d--StJ 
    UMBERGER, infant, d. 1832, age 21d son of A. & M. Umberger -C62
    UMBERGER, infant, d. 1836, age 9d son of A. & M. -C62
    UMBERGER, Isaac, d. Jan. 8, 1849, age 18y-8m-8d--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Joseph, d. Nov. 9, 1835, age 1y-7m-10d son of A. & M. -C62
    UMBERGER, Leonard, Aug. 14, 1782, Apr. 21, 1866--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Margaret, Sep. 24, 1812, Mar. 22, 1857 wife of Andrew-C62
    UMBERGER, Mary M., Oct. 14, 1824, May 29, 1858 wife of Rufus--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Rufus, d. Oct. 19, 1870, age 48y-6m-20d--StJ 
    UMBERGER, Solomon, Nov. 23, 1813, Mar. 21, 1881--StJ 
    VAUGHT, ???????, wife of George Vaught -D20
    VAUGHT, Alela A., Jan. 8, 1856, Oct. 2, 1861, dau. of G.W. & J.W. -D57
    VAUGHT, George -D20
    VAUGHT, James W., Apr. 19, 1863, Dec. 2, 1863, son of G.W. & J. W -D57
    VAUGHT, Mary J., Dec. 6, 1857, Mar. 4, 1875, dau. of G.W. & J. W. -D57
    VAUGHT, Thomas J., d. Feb. 7, 1881, age 74y-4m-19d-D57
    VEIRS, Polly M., ___18, 1924-SP3
    WALTERS, ??????? dau. of Mrs. Jim Walters -D127
    WALTERS, Buck -D127
    WALTERS, James, CSA Laying on railroad right of way just outside cemetery -D41
    WALTERS, John P., 1st. Sgt, 29th VA Inf., C.S.A. -D71
    WALTERS, Michael, Dec. 1, 1778, Feb. 16, 1859 A loving wife & 8 Children mourn -D71
    WALTERS, Michael, PVT, Doak's VA Militia, Rev. War, 1798 -D71
    WALTERS, Mrs. Jim -D127
    WALTERS, Wayman & wife -D127
    WALTERS, WIlliam, Jun. 7, 1828, Mar. 7, 1885-D71
    WALTON, Ann, Sep. 14, 1764, Aug. 12, 1844 -C114
    WALTON, Richard, Aug. 4, 1800, Aug. 16, 1828-C114
    WAMPLER, Abram, early settler said to be buried here -C146
    WARD, Amandy D., Dec. 22, 1826, Apr. 25, 1843 dau of E. & N. Ward -A8
    WARD, Elizabeth, d. Sep. 20, 1842 -A8
    WARD, James, Col., Dec. 27, 1781, Jun. 23, 1823 erected by an affectionate wife -A8
    WARD, Jane, d. Apr. 15, 1856, age 68y-9m-10d (?) consort of Col. William Ward -A8
    WARD, Jane, d. Sep.8, 1850, age 72y-1m-12d relict of Capt. John Ward -A8
    WARD, John, Capt., d. Jul. 4, 1836 ?, age maybe 60y-0m-6d -A8
    WARD, Louisa Grayson, Feb. 22, 1828, Oct. 23, 1855 dau. of E. & N. Ward -A8
    WARD, Nancy E., Mar. 21, 1834, Jul. 4, 1854 dau. of E. & N. Ward -A8
    WARD, Thomas Jefferson, Apr. 30, 1831, Oct. 5, 1831 son of E. & N. Ward-A8
    WARDEN, Emily Paul, Oct. 6, 1845, died age 83 -C69
    WARDEN, Malinda M., Dec. 29, 1891, Oct. 1, 1900-C69
    WATTS, Hattie, May 20, 1883, Oct. 22, 1884 dau. of S. F. & Virginia -C66
    WATTS, Lola May Reed, Dec. 27, 1873, Jan. 30, 1906 wife of Sterling F. Watts -C109
    WATTS, Sterling F., Sep. 30, 1860, Mar. 13, 1932 -C109
    WATTS, Virginia, Dec. 22, 1860, Jan. 15, 1889 wife of S. F., Jr.-C66
    WATTS, Willie A., Mr. 20, 1880, Jan. 30, 1911 wife of Sterling F. Watts-C109
    WAUKER, Adam, Oct. 15, 1729, Sep. 30, 1812 -A8
    WAUKER, Nancy, Jul. 17, 1751, Dec. 17, 1808-A8
    WETHERMAN, Edgar Belle, Apr. 27, 1880, Jul. 9, 1906 -C149
    WETZELL, Peter-D169
    WHITMAN, Elizabeth, d. 1825 -D18
    WHITMAN, Elizabeth, d. Oct. 12, 1851, age 45y-8m-29d consort of David Whitman-C59
    WIDNER, Elizabeth Dale, d. Aug. 16, 1949, age 0y-2m-2d -C108
    WIDNER, infant, d. Mar. 21, 1948 -C108
    WILLIAMS, Edgar Thomas, Jan. 20, 1884, Feb. 11, 1943 -C107
    WILLIAMS, Eliza Blair, Sep. 11, 1849, Sep. 7, 1898 wife of William A. -C107
    WILLIAMS, Florence Cassell, Sep. 8, 1859, Feb. 26, 1905 wife of William A. -C107
    WILLIAMS, Luther, Feb. 14, 1901, Mar. 29, 1901 son of N.A. & O.M.-B63
    WILLIAMS, Susan E., Mar. 1, ????, Feb. 15, 1913 wife of Robert Williams-C149
    WILLIAMS, William A., May 18, 1847, May 8, 1935 -C107
    WILSON, George W., d. Dec. 13, 1864, age 35y Co. I, 8th KY Cav-B122
    WINESETT, Elizabeth M., Feb. 15, 1856, Jan. 25, 1894 -C172
    WINESETT, John F., d. Feb. 1, 1916, age 27y -C172
    WINESETT, William P., Aug. 29, 1877, Jul. 28, 1934 -C172
    WOHLFORD, Christina, Feb. 14, 1769, Oct. 7, 1806 wife of Lewis inscrpt. in German--StJ 
    WOHLFORD, Geroge W., Sep. 22, 1845, Jun. 14, 1915 m. M.J. Hedrick Nov. 19, 1890 -D41
    WOHLFORD, Lewis, May 22, 1762, May 21, 1841--StJ 
    WRIGHT, Herbert Eugene, Mar. 9, 1934, Dec. 27, 1950-C147
    YERION, George, d. Aug. 7, 1834, age 71y -SP2
    YERION, Jacob, Jan. 9, 1810, Nov.5, 1854 -SP2
    YERION, Letitia, Jun. 1, 1828, Aug. 17, 1853 wife of Jacob -SP2
    YERION, Susanah, Jul. 5, 1771, May 22, 1851-SP2
    YONCE, Ally Brown, Feb. 19, 1805, May 15, 1878 wife of Peter--StJ 
    YONCE, Benjamin, Apr. 1?, 1838, Mar. 18, 1860 at Roanoke College, son of Peter & Ally--StJ 
    YONCE, Catherine, Aug. 6, 1780, Sep. 23, 1859 wife of John--StJ 
    YONCE, Elenora Brown, Feb. 25, 1844, Oct. 3, 1894--StJ 
    YONCE, Eliza Jane, Nov. 1?, 1836, Jan. 21, 1873 dau of Peter & Ally--StJ 
    YONCE, Peter, Oct. 17, 1800, May 28, 1854--StJ 
    YONCE, Susan Virginia, Apr. 13, 1846, Oct. 23, 1866 dau of Peter & Ally--StJ 
    YOST, Rev. Casper, d. Jan. 4, 1850, age 48y member of the Methodist Church -A173
    
    


    The publication of Mr. Brown's records has been long overdue.    Mr. Brown was a wondeful person, and I know of no one who knew the history of the western end of Wythe County as well as Mr. Brown.    He loved the history of the area, was proud of his heritage, and was always willing to share his knowledge with anyone.    Most of all, he took the time to teach a very young Lad -- ME--how to organize and research his heritage, and for that, I will be forever greatful. I am pleased that I am able to share some of his work with the public.    I hope Mr. Brown's records have in some way assisted you in your research.