Charlie Harrington Homeplace Cemetery

Grayson Cemeteries

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Charlie Harrington Homeplace Cemetery

Grayson County, Virginia

Location: Barton Crossroads

Directions: From the junction of Flatridge Rd (Rt 658) and Fox Creek Rd (Rt 678) go east 300 yards on Fox Creek Rd to a gate on left of road. About 100 yards up the ridge are several unmarked graves. Note, there is some uncertainty in this location description.

GPS Coordinates: N36.66 W81.33

Surveyed by: Info from Paul Herndon’s files from 1994

Comments: The cemetery is on the old Charlie Harrington home place.

Charlie Harrington Homeplace Cemetery, Grayson County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
EDWARDS, M.   1880  
THOMAS, ____     not legible
unknowns     about twelve more unmarked graves