David Sexton Cemetery

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David Sexton Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: On private land above the end of Saddle Creek Rd (Rt 682).

Directions: This cemetery is about 3/4 mile up a dirt road north of the end of Saddle Creek Rd and about 2 miles north of Wilson Pky (US 58). This is a steep climb with at least three fordings of Saddle Creek. Cemetery is above a large rock near an old home site on the left side of the road. The cemetery can not be seen from the road.

GPS Coordinates: N36.65353 W81.23990

Surveyed by: 18 April 2004 by Rich Ballard and Scott Trent

Comments: This cemetery is hidden by the trees and ridges and is not visible from the road. You will probably need to use a GPS unit or a guide (the land owner) to find the cemetery.

David Sexton Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
SEXTON, David C. 5 May 1852 3 Jan 1902 [s/o John C. & Celina Sexton]
SEXTON, Sallie 22 Sep 1844 7 Feb 1902 [w/o David Sexton; d/o Stephen Ward & Jane ___]
COX, Steve B. 6 Jan 1866 16 Nov 1922