|Rockbridge Alum Springs Road|
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
"During the Civil War, Rockbridge Alum Springs served as a Confederate Hospital."
Local Civil War historian, Robert J. Driver, Jr. "contributed this list of those known to have been buried here. There are about 72 graves, but none are marked except for field stones."
"One burial of a Confederate veteran, a Colonel Cobbs, manager of the springs, who requested to be buried here occurred later." He is not listed here.
Source of burial data: Book: Rockbridge County, Virginia Cemeteries, South River and Walker Creek Districts, by the Rockbridge Area Genealogical Society, 1999, page 276.
The exact location of this cemetery is not given.