Isom Cox Cemetery

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Isom Cox Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: North of Maple Rd (Rt 711) on hillside above New River, half mile southwest of the Cox's Chapel Rd (Rt 601) low water bridge on across the New River. Graves of this cemetery were moved to Cox's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery the 1970's after Margaret Cox Ayers and Polly Cox Harrision sold the land.GPS: N36.592765 W81.248787

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Comments: See David and Joan D. Cox in row 10 of the Cox's Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery.