|8700 Quioccasin Road|
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Per "History of Henrico County" (2011) by Manarin and Peple, "During reconstruction a former slave, Henry Pryor, bought 5 acres of land on Ridge Road. Eventually a community grew around that land and was called Zion Town. He established a church on Quioccasin Road." This is the likely origin of this cemetery, located behind a commercial building at 8700 Quioccasin Road. The cemetery you'll find is an oblong, about the size of a football field, which is actually three cemeteries without visible separations; the 1/3 of the land located closest to the commercial building is Quioccasin Cemetery, the middle 1/3 is Westwood Cemetery, and the 1/3 farthest from the commercial building is Pryor Cemetery.
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