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Nixon Cemetery
Woodburn, Loudoun County, Virginia

19010 Woodburn Road (Route 769), Leesburg VA

Lat: 39° 05' 30"N, Lon: 77° 37' 06"W

Contributed by Anne Braun, Aug 26, 2006 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 11.

From the intersection of Highway 15 (James Madison Highway) and Route 704 (Harmony Church Road), go 1.4 miles northwest on Route 704 until you reach Route 769 (Woodburn Road). Turn rignt onto Woodburn Road and go northeast for .2 miles until you reach 19010 Woodburn Road. Turn into the driveway and go up to the house. The cemetery is surrounded by an old stone fence and it is about 40 yards east/southeast of the house.

This is an old family cemetery, which is in fair shape but there a few broken and missing pieces of headstones. The cemetery once was owned by the Nixon family who lived in the area in the late 1700s and early 1800s.

I walked this cemetery on Aug 16, 2006. This transcription contains only the existing and legible headstone readings.

- Anne Braun

Hawkins, Joseph, b. Aug 9, 1787, d. Aug 28, 1846, age 59yr and 19da
Nixon, George, d. Nov 17, 1818
Nixon, George, d. Nov 2, 1800, age 69yr and 1mn
Nixon, John, d. Aug 27, 1815, age 62yr and 10mn
Nixon, Jonah, d. 1796, age 29 years
Nixon, Lucinda, d. Nov 4, 1811, age 2yr and 6mn, d/o John and Nancy
Nixon, Mary, d. Oct 29, 1804, age 64 years, w/o George
Nixon, Nancy, d. 1811 (the headstone was faded and hard to read.)
White, Ann, d. 1848, age 47 years
White, William, d. Dec 5, 1825, age 53yr and 19da
hawkins, Sarah, d. Mar 5, 1845, age 48 years


??, ??, b. 1790, d. Feb 9, 1885, the headstone's top 1/3 was broken off and could not be found
5 fieldstones, no inscriptions

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