Pickle Cemetery

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Pickle Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Between Grant and Barton's Crossroads

Directions: From the junction of Flatridge Rd (Rt. 658) and Chestnut Grove Rd (Rt. 734) go south across Fox Creek, then go southwest about 350 ft. Chestnut Grove Rd. to farm road going up the hill on the right side of the road. The cemetery is about 50 ft up the hill.

GPS Coordinates: N36.6541 W81.3690

Surveyed by: Reid Coleman and Rich Ballard 25 April 2008

Comments: In 2008 one field stone was visible standing under a tree. No other markers were apparent.