Mount Campbell Cemetery

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Mount Campbell Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Spring Valley

Directions: From Spring Valley Road (Rt 805) turn east on Jerusalem Road (Rt 604) and then right on Elkview Road (Rt 655). The gate leading to the cemetery is on the right side of the road about 500 feet from the Elkview Road intersection. The cemetery is about 500 feet beyond the gate on a private road.

GPS Coordinates: N36.743183 W81.117088

Surveyed by: Rich and Ginger Ballard on 2 Aug 2003. Genealogical data was provided by Alton and Wanda Bourne and info from Paul Herndon’s files

Comments: This cemetery is fenced and beautifully maintained. It is associated with the Mount Campbell Church which was formed by some members of the Jerusalem Methodist Church in 1923.

Mount Campbell Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
Row 1
BURRIS, Columbus Thornton 30 Jun 1878 2 Jul 1963 [s/o William and Phobe Burris Burris]
BURRIS, Flora Ann 6 Sep 1883 10 Oct 1943 [d/o Elisha Granville and Sarah Catherine Wampler Roberts; w/o Columbus Burris]
BURRIS, James Dwight 26 Nov 1916 17 May 1936 [s/o Columbus Thornton and Flora Ann Roberts Burris]
BURRIS, Oscar Lee 25 Aug 1914 21 Jan 1926 [s/o Columbus Thornton and Flora Ann Roberts Burris]
BURRIS, G.M. 24 May 1929 5 Jun 1929 [infant s/o Garlie and Mildred Simms Burris; gs/o Columbus Burris]
BURRIS, Charles M. 26 Mar 1873 25 Aug 1941 [Charles Mitchell, s/o William and Phoebe Burris Burris]
HINES, Sarah Alice 5 Aug 1869 23 Aug 1928 [d/o Peyton Vaught; m1 John Kenley Bedwell (buried at Jerusalem), m2 Freel Hines(buried at Summerfield). Freel and Sarah Hines donated the land for this cemetery.]
Row 2
SAGE, Rickey Lee 1958 1958 infant s/o Otha and Inez Vaughan Sage