Johnson Family Graves

Grayson Cemeteries

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Johnson Family Graves

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Between Little River and North Carolina border

Directions: These members of the Johnson family are buried beside a line fence, on the south side of Cold Springs Road (Rt 632) close to where the large power lines cross the road.

GPS Coordinates: N36.57089 W81.03482

Surveyed by: Buford C. Wilson 22 May 2005; updated 17 Jan 2007.

Comments: The remains are still here inside a small fenced-in area, but the stones have been moved to the Crab Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Alleghany County, NC.

Johnson Family Graves, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
JOHNSON, E.M. 28 Oct 1895 14 May 1916
JOHNSON, Lote 16 Jan 1900 26 Dec 1918
JOHNSON, Mattie Ellie 8 Nov 1891 11 Sep 1895 [d/o Major F. Johnson & Sarah J. (Choate) Johnson]
JOHNSON, Sarah 29 Sep 1835 27 Mar 1895 [w/o Aaron Ashley Johnson]
JOHNSON, Cynthia J. 28 Jan 1852 16 Mar 1890 shared stone with above; [d/o Aaron Ashley Johnson & Sarah Johnson]
JOHNSON, Aaron Ashley 6 Jan 1921 He was buried "on the farm" and his grave may have never been marked. He is likely buried in this cemetery.