Combs Cemetery

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Combs Cemetery

Carroll County, Virginia

Sulphur Springs District

Location: Shorts Creek Community

Directions: At the end of a private road on the east side of Rt. 747 (Pine Grove Road), 1.3 miles from Rt. 620 (Coulson Church Road).

GPS Coordinates: N 36.83120 W 080.82020

Surveyed by: Buford C. Wilson; 05 Nov 2012; buford-wilson@outlook.com

Comments: The cemetery is well fenced, overgrown, and appears to be abandoned. The cemetery is also called the Primm Cemetery. There are several fieldstone markers here. Information in [brackets] is not on the stone.

Combs Cemetery, Carroll County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
COMBS, Alexander [Mar 1831] [17 Jun 1913] Co. D 53 NC Inf. CSA; s/o William Combs & Jane Carter
PRIMM, William K. Co. C 29 VA Inf. CSA; s/o James Primm & Martha Bernita Allen
SHUPE, Elbert 13 Jan 1907 22 Jul 1917 Elbert Tickle; s/o Ballard Preston. Shupe & Celia Ann Marshall
ALEXANDER, Blanche 01 Jul 1901 06 Nov 1955 Lucy Blanche; d/o Charles Marion Marshall & Rebecca A. R. Bell Primm; w/o Iverson Alexander
MARSHALL, Charles 01 Apr 1868 [12 Apr 1964] Shared stone with next Charles Marion; s/o Henry Bouldin Marshall & Celia Willis
MARSHALL, Bell 26 Jul 1870 20 Sep 1947 Rebecca A. R. Bell; d/o William K. Primm & Amanda Jane Myers; w/o Charles Marion Marshall
Listed in an earlier survey. I did not find the marker.
REYNOLDS, Willie Geraldine 19 Oct 1967 d/o David Williams & Amanda Marshall; w/o Martin Searl Reynolds