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Willson Family Cemetery (Mint Spring Cemetery)
Mint Spring, Augusta County, Virginia

Lat: 38°04'17"N, Lon: 79°06'42"W

Contributed by Glenda Lambert-Gibson, Mar 16, 2002 [lilmel459@aol.com]. Total records = 13.

Located less than a mile from Mint Spring, seven tenths of a mile from U.S. highway 11 on White Oak Gap Road (Rte 697), and about 400 yards off of White Gap Rd.

This is a very old graveyard with many stones unmarked and remaining stones scattered. I believe the marked graves are all posted here.

This transcription was done by Mr. and Mrs. H.C. McKenney of the Bethel Church, Mint Spring, Virginia.

This Cemetery was owned by my 5th great grandfather. It is located where his farm was. They referred to it as "The Family Cemetery"

- Glenda Lambert-Gibson

Green, Sallie, d. Sep. 13, 1862, aged 11 yrs. 10 mo. 28 ds, Daughter of of J____H. W. Beard
Hyden, Joshua, d. __ 27, 1?59, aged _6 yrs. & 6 mos
Hyden, Martha, d. Jan 14, 1?56, aged 1 Yrs
Hyden, Martha, d. Mar. 5, 1???, aged __ yrs
Larew, Robert S., d. 2 Feb 1845, Aged 29yr 3mo 12dys, In Memory of
Swink, Hannah, d. Jun 24, 1828, Aged 64yr, In Memory of
Swink, Peggy, d. Sep 3, 1824, Aged 34 years, In Memory of, wife of Adam Swink
Willson, Marg-re, d. Oct 27, 1827, Departed this life, Aged 72 years 7 months 11 days
Willson, Margarett, d. Oct. 30, 1860, Aged 65 yrs. 7 mos. & 8 days, wife of William Willson
Willson, Samuel, b. Apr 20, 1824, d. Apr 27, 1852, Aged 28 years and 7 days, In Memory of
Willson, William, d. Jun 28, 1862, Aged 34 years 11 mo. ? days
Willson, William, no dates, Who departed this life....., In Memory of
Willson, Wm., b. Apr 16, 1793, d. Nov. 15, 1864, aged 71yr 6mo 29 ds

**The Hyden name could be Myden record hard to read
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