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Thompson Family Cemetery
Fairfax County, Virginia

Lee Hwy (Rte 29) east of Nutley Rd
Fairfax, Virginia

Contributed by Rich Agule, May 24, 2001 [richagule@yahoo.com].
Total records = 17.

The cemetery is located on a small hill at the east side of Lee Highway entrance to the PanAm Shopping Center. This is abt 100 ft north of Nutley St.

There are only these two gravestones in this small half acre cemetery. when I was there Armistead Thompson's grave has been recently visited. Someone has placed a small Confederate flag in front of his gravestone. The flag appears to be new. It is not at all weathered.

Besides the two visible headstones, I have added additional names thought to be buried here according to the book "Cemeteries of Fairfax County, Virginia Cemetery #FX014, pub. 1994" An asterisk * is placed after their names.

- Rich Agule
Allen, Henry, no dates *
Covington, Rita A. T., no dates *
Thompson, Armistead, T., d. Nov 23, 1864, 27 years, In Memory of, Son of Lawson T. & Fannie A. Thompson, A member of Co. G.S. Regt. VA Vols, Who died at Pt. Lookout MD, a prisoner of war Nov 23, 1864, After an imprisonment of 17 months, Aged 27 years
Thompson, Daniel, b. 1755, d. c.1835 *
Thompson, Ellen, no dates *
Thompson, Fannie A., d. 1884 *
Thompson, Katie, no dates *
Thompson, Lola, no dates *
Thompson, Marshall, no dates *
Thompson, Nat, no dates *
Thompson, Rev. Lawson T., d. 1886 *
Thompson, Samuel P., b. 1705, d. no date *
Tobin, Amanda Abigail, b. Apr 4, 1876, d. Feb 1, 1904, The lost in sight to memory dear, back of stone with John & Laura
Tobin, Carmey, no dates *
Tobin, John Compton, b. Oct. 1825, d. Jul 1918, front of stone with Laura and Abigail
Tobin, Laura Virginia, b. Jun 22, 1845, d. Sep 5, 1915, front of stone with John & Abigail

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