John Hale Cemetery

Grayson Cemeteries

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John Hale Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Flatrock

Directions: From the junction of Powerhouse Rd (Rt 687) and Flatrock Rd (Rt 689) go 0.3 mile east on Flatrock Rd to the cemetery.

GPS Coordinates: N36.643 W81.14

Surveyed by: James and May Cox 15 Apr 1992

Comments: The cemetery is visible from the road. It is in poor condition and abandoned. There are about 25 graves.

John Hale Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
HALE, John L., Rev. 24 Sep 1795 12 Dec 1843  
HALE, Rosemond 17 Oct 1797 22 Sep 1815 [nee Bourne]