Hugh Peak Family Cemetery

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Hugh Peak Family Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Grassy Creek

Directions: From Jefferson Hwy (SR 16) and Grassy Creek Rd (Rt 725) go northwest on Grassy Creek Rd about 0.7 mile to Solomon Rd (Rt 745) and then north on Solomon Rd about 0.8 mile to Sweetbrier Ln (Rt 789). From the junction of Solomon Rd and Sweetbrier Ln go north on Sweetbrier Ln about 1/8 mile to house on the right side of the road. The cemetery is east of this home, on hilltop, approximately 800 ft.

GPS Coordinates: N36.594676 W81.401815

Surveyed by: Tena Rhinehart-Allen in June 1996

Comments: Cemetery is not visible from the road, and is fenced.

Hugh Peak Family Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
Row 1
ROBBINS, Katella Jewell 1 Mar 1915 11 Mar 1915  
ROBBINS, H.W. 24 Aug 1854 18 Apr 1914  
ROBBINS, Alice V. 3 May 1860 27 Nov 1916 wife of H.W. Robbins
Row 2
ROBBINS, Joseph E. 18 Feb 1905 31 Oct 1910 son of H.W. & A.V. Robbins
ROBBINS, John E.W. 28 Dec 1895 4 Nov 1906 son of H.W. & Alice V. Robbins
ROBBINS, [Edna] 29 Mar 1886 13 Feb 1893 [d/o H.W. & A.V. Robbins]
ROBBINS, Lucinda 14 Mar 1881 8 Jan 1883  
ROBBINS, William Troy 20 Jan 1880    
DAVIS, John 8 Sep 1793 23 Nov 1883  
DAVIS, Sallie 30 May 1803 2 Feb 1892  
unknowns     two unmarked graves
Row 3
HAUS, Eva 1936   handcarved stone
PEAK, Mary Deverdia 19 Jan 1877 18 Feb 1877 daughter of D.C. & S.A. Peak
Row 4
PEAK, Joe S. 11 Apr 1876 16 Feb 1943 double stone with next
PEAK, Edna S. 23 Oct 1876    
PEAK, David C. 26 Jul 1850 23 Sep 1916  
PEAK, Nonie May 5 Jun 1881 18 Oct 1894  
PEAK, Clarence Glen 3 May 1889 13 Aug 1889 son of D.C. & S.A. Peak
PEAK, Stephen M. 18 Jul 1873 17 Oct 1885  
PEAK, Edgar Winton 10 Feb 1883 8 Mar 1883 son of D.C. & S.A. Peak
PEAK, Hugh 11 Feb 1821 19 May 1896  
PLUMMER, Annie Leona 11 Nov 1902 21 Jul 1903  
PLUMMER, Joseph Hicks 13 May 1904 23 Nov 1906  
PLUMMER, Malinda 6 Dec 1827 10 Feb 1911  
Row 5
unknown     unmarked grave
PEAK, Marie 10 Oct 1914 10 Oct 1914  
unknown     footstone only marked "E.G.C."
COOPER, Sarah 14 Apr 1840 19 Sep 1905 [w/o Brutus F. Cooper]
PEAK, Martha E. 5 May 1884 24 Dec 1887 daughter of J.A. & S.A. Peak
PEAK, Sarelda S. 9 Jun 1847 1903? wife of John A. Peak
Row 6
PLUMMER, Kermit   1929 age 8 days
unknown     unmarked grave
unknown     footstone only
RICHARDSON, Flora W. 20 Aug 1881 5 Jan 1918 wife of A.C. Richardson