Wysong Family Cemetery

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Wysong Family Cemetery

aka Wampler-Shupe Family Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Fallville

Directions: From the junction of Spring Valley Rd (Rt 805) and Mountain Music Lane (Rt. 818) go 0.2 mile north on Mountain Music Lane to the junction with Shale Hollow Rd (Rt 857). Go left (west) approximately 1 mile on Shale Hollow Rd to home of Boge Callahan (ca 1995).

GPS Coordinates: N36.755116 W81.127541

Surveyed by: Info from Paul Herndon’s files

Comments: The cemetery is over 100 years old. There were 7 or 8 field stones, and also may contain graves of 1 or 2 blacks. Cemetery was unfenced and untended in 1995.

Wysong Family Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
WYSONG, Maude     [nee Sexton; w/o Billy Wysong]