Woodyard Family Cemetery - a little cemetery located on the N side of Hunting Horse Dr, about 100 yards east of Wof Run shoals Road (Route 510) , and about 20 feet W of the driveway of 11313 Hunting Horse Drive, in the Case, Fairfax Station..
October 20, 1930, issue of the Fairfax Herald mentions this cemetery and the efforts of the United Daughters of Confedcy to honor those buried ther:
Article: Marking Graves UDC to place Tablet at Two near Woodyard's
Fairfax Chapter E D C is marking the graves of may of the former soldiers of the Confederate army, who are lying in unmarked ones in various sections of the county. Recentlyit was brought to the attention of the chaper that two old soldiers, named Truatt and Fairfax were buried near Woodyard's, in Lee district and their graves are to have suitable markers placed at them in the near future. Mrs. Allison, president of the chapter, has the names of two other men, and as soon as it is definitely ascertained they were Conf soldiers, their graves will be marked. The work will go on until all the graves of Confererate soldiers in Fairfax County have markers at them so that future generation will know that a man who fought for what he knew to be right, lies there for all time.
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GPS Coordinates: 38.75358, -77.33484
- Added: 26 Apr 2002
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #1231588
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