Woodlawn Church of Christ Cemetery

Carroll County Cemeteries

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Woodlawn Church of Christ Cemetery

Carroll County, Virginia

Pipers Gap District

Location: Woodlawn Community

Directions: On the south side of Highway 58 (Carrollton Pike).A private driveway to the church and cemetery is located .25 mile east of Rt. 709 (Breezy Ridge Road)

GPS Coordinates: N 36.726357 W 080.810546

Surveyed by: Buford C. Wilson; 09 Aug 2010; buford-wilson@outlook.com

Comments: Nelson Gallimore founded this church and the cemetery was started when he died. The cemetery is in excellent condition.

Woodlawn Church of Christ Cemetery, Carroll County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
GALLIMORE, Nelson W. 21 May 1930 21 Apr 2008 Shared stone with next; Sgt. U. S. Army; Bronze Star Medal W/V; Korea; Nelson Wendell; s/o Thurston B. Gallimore & Martha Ann Marshall
GALLIMORE, Frieda V. 25 Oct 1935 Frieda Virginia; d/o Burton Marcus Alderman & Hulda McGrady; w/o Nelson Wendell Gallimore