"This family cemetery was located west of Slaw Road and southeast of what is now the Fort Pickett Reservoir (Training Area 50). It is not marked as "relocated" on Tract A-218 owned by John T. Hastings et ux. in 1944 (see Table 1 and Figure 1). Godburn did not include this cemetery on the list of those graves relocated to Butterwood Church (Godburn 1977: Appendix G). The location of this cemetery had not been verified at the time of this survey."
Fort Pickett Historic Cemeteries
Brunswick, Dinwiddie & Nottoway Counties, Virginia
Fort Pickett Cultural Resource Management Project 2005.06
Conservation Management Institute
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Cultural Resources Program
200 W 10th St, Pickett Park, Blackstone, VA 23824
Author: James G. Parker - February 2007
Works referenced by:
Beverly A. Boyko, Wayne C.J. Boyko & Katherine E. Sutton; Terry Clouthier; Doug Colebum; Pamela Hurak; Clifton A. Huston, Charles M. Downing & Anne S. Beckett; Mary Cecilia Godburn; Matthew Laird; Michelle MacCarthy; Carol D. Tyrer, Jen Green & Matthew Laird; Len Winter, Brad Botwick & Debra A. McClane; Wayne Stith; Isham E. Hargrave.
***AVAILABLE at the Brunswick, Dinwiddie & Nottoway County Public Libraries
- Added: 23 Aug 2010
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2367090
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