Charles Hale Cemetery

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Charles Hale Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Spring Valley

Directions: From the northwest junction of Spring Valley Rd (Rt 805) and Leafwood Rd (Rt 651) go 0.5 mile southeast on Leafwood Rd. The cemetery is on west side of road, approximately 150 yards on knoll.

GPS Coordinates: N36.7246 W81.0704

Surveyed by: Info is from Paul Herndon’s files

Comments: It is visible from the road. In 1995, it was recently fenced and tended with broken stones being repaired.

Charles Hale Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
Row 1
unknowns     four unmarked stones
Row 2
HALE, Rosamond M. 10 May 1830 25 Sep 1864 [d/o Harvey and Elizabeth Bourne Comer; 2nd w/o Charles Hale; m 13 Mar 1856. Other sources show her dates as 5 Oct 1830 - 8/18 Aug 1864.]
HALE, Charles 9 Oct 1811 29 Jan 1892 Stone broken through name and at base; both pieces propped together. [m1 Jane Sutherland, m2 Rosamond M. Comer, m3 Tillitha Bourne. Other source states he died 29 Nov 1892.]
HALE, Tillitha 17 Feb 1830 24 Jan 1915 Stone broken off below inscriptions. [nee Bourne; m1 Lewis Tivis Hale, m2 Charles Hale]