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Andrews Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location:  Cold Springs

Directions:  This cemetery is on the north side of Cold Springs Lane (Rt 632) 2.3 miles from its intersection with Old Baywood Road (Rt 626).

GPS Coordinates:  N36.57337 W81.023573

Surveyed by:  Buford C. Wilson, 28 Jul 2003; updated 8 Apr 2008

Comments:  The cemetery is well fenced and maintained.

Andrews Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
Row 1
BOBBITT, ____
BOBBITT, Sallie 22 Dec 1838 1 May 1901 [w/o Samuel Bobbitt]
unknowns 3 unmarked
Row 2
unknown
ANDREWS, Elizabeth 1854 1860 [d/o John Andrews & Catherine Blevins]
ANDREWS, Henry 1856 1860 shared stone with above; [s/o John Andrews & Catherine Blevins]
ANDREWS, J. Quiler 13 Sep 1881 [s/o John Andrews & Catherine Blevins; 10 yrs old]; stone is broken through the birth date
Row 3
unknowns 4 unmarked
ANDREWS, Emerson R. s/o Alfred Andrews & Rebecca King; died at about 3 months
Row 4
ANDREWS, Joe 6 Nov 1873 11 May 1952 [s/o Alfred Andrews & Rebecca King]
ANDREWS, Spotswood 8 Sep 1875 15 Jan 1923 [s/o Alfred Andrews & Rebecca King; h/o Ella Anders]
ANDREWS, Alfred 13 Jul 1830 29 Aug 1910 [CSA; s/o James Andrews & Elizabeth Crouse; m1 Jennie Blevins, m2 Rebecca King]; erected by his son M.D.
ANDREWS, Rebecca 30 Sep 1849 23 Aug 1909 w/o Alfred Andrews; [d/o William & Zilphia King]; erected by her sons Joseph, Spotswood, and M.D.
ANDREWS, Bettie 8 Aug 1877 11 Sep 1906 [d/o Alfred Andrews & Rebecca King]
ANDREWS, Sarah 16 May 1873 24 Feb 1891 [d/o Alfred Andrews & Rebecca King]
ANDREWS, James 18 Jan 1898 23 Jan 1898 [s/o Martin A. Andrews & Celia Jane Richardson]
ANDREWS, John 10 Nov 1829 22 Aug 1899 [s/o James Andrews & Elizabeth Crouse]
ANDREWS, Catherine B. 17 Jan 1831 1903 shared stone with above; [nee Blevins; w/o John Andrews]
Row 5
ANDREWS, Price 7 Jan 1899 25 Jan 1899 [s/o Martin A. Andrews & Celia Jane Richardson]
ANDREWS, Martin A. 13 Apr 1868 26 Mar 1944 [s/o John Andrews & Catherine Blevins]
ANDREWS, Celia Jane 12 Apr 1871 14 Mar 1952 shared stone with above; [d/o Eli Richardson & Mary "Polly" Spurlin; w/o Martin A. Andrews]
Row 6
SHAW, Faye 1910 1929 [d/o John Andy Shaw & Nannie Edwards]
SHAW, Nannie E. 1879 [13 Feb] 1917 shared stone with above; [d/o Isom Edwards & Phebe McKnight; w/o John Andy Shaw; birth date is 7 Aug 1878]
SHAW, Emma 1840 [1 Feb] 1915 [d/o John Collins & Elizabeth Jarvis; w/o William Shaw; birth date is 7 Apr 1843]
SHAW, Infant [13 Feb 1917] [15 Feb 1917] no stone; [c/o John Andy Shaw & Nannie Edwards]