Alfred Blevins Cemetery

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Alfred Blevins Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location:  West of White Top

Directions:  The Alfred Blevins Cemetery is in the extreme southwestern corner of Grayson County, Virginia and is exceedingly difficult to reach. From the junction of Highlands Parkway (US 58) and Whitetop Gap Rd (Rt 726) go south on Whitetop Gap Rd to the community of White Top. From White Top take Pond Mountain Lane (Rt 755) west to the end of state maintenance. At this point there will be a house and several outbuildings to the left. Inquire at the house about permission and directions to get to this cemetery. Basically, you have to go up the lane past the barns closest to the creek, and then ford the creek, it is fairly wide, and fairly shallow, but there is no bridge, walk up this road about 0.25 mile, and then cross a fence, climb a hill planted in christmas trees, walking toward the ridge. Once on the ridge follow it until you reach the cemetery.

GPS Coordinates:  N36.59445 W81.65945

Surveyed by:  This cemetery was surveyed on June 12, 2003 by Jeff Weaver and David Reedy

Comments:  Additional data provided by Mrs. Danford Phillips, age 96 at the time.

Alfred Blevins Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
Row 1
BLEVINS, Alfred 15 Jul 1861 8 Feb 1922 [s/o Edward and Nancy Blevins; birth dalso recorded as 7 May 1861]
BLEVINS, Martha S. 3 Mar 1863 21 Nov 1928 [Martha Susan, d/o William and Nancy Lewis; w/o Alfred Blevins]
Row 2
BLEVINS, Winfield [6 Aug] 1887 1937 metal marker; [s/o Alfred and Martha Ellen Lewis Blevins]
BLEVINS, Savannah 1883 1935 [d/o Vincent and Molly Howell; w/o Winfield Blevins]
BLEVINS, Martha Ellen 6 May 1916 2 Feb 1917 [d/o Winfield and Savannah Howell Blevins]
Row 3
BLEVINS, Reany May 22 Mar 1917 3 Mar 1920  
BROOKS, child     field stone; [child of Edith Blevins Brooks]
BROOKS, child     field stone; [child of Edith Blevins Brooks]