Oxley Cemetery

Lucketts, Loudoun County, Virginia, USA Add to Map
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Loudoun Times, October 14, 1920:

"In a clump of brush and surrounded by a few trees there is an old graveyard near Lucketts on the western part of the far now owned by Mr. Dyer Gum. The graveyard is perhaps one of the oldest in this county judging by the inscriptions on the few remaining tombstones, which were made out of branch rock slabs and rudely carved. This burying spot was the graveyard of the Oxley family a family now extinct in this County so far as we can far as we can learn, for on the remaining stones we find these inscriptions: Henry Oxley. Born 1699, Died 1777 ; Catherine Oxley, Born Sept. 14, 1743, Died July-1780;-. Violet Oxley,". Born, March 24, 1730, Died May 1774; )R. Oxley, Aged 52, Died 1771. These graves now lie close beside a new-cut road leading to Stumptown by a parallel route to the Point of Rocks road, and it be interesting to know something of the history of these early settlers."


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  • Added: 14 Jan 2009
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