Floyd County Historical Society


P.O. Box 292
Floyd, Virginia  24091-0292

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Cemeteries of Floyd County, VA


 
 
 

DODD & HYLTON CEMETERY 
Very remote in woods between Wildwood And Laurel Branch Roads
N 36 53.246  W 80 23.428
Documented 9 April 2008 by Calvin Weddle & Genevieve C. Starkey
 
 
 
Margaret C. Hylton w/o Dennis Hylton                        27 Jul 1836      3 Feb 1913
    (nee Simmons)
 
Dennis Hylton                                                               8 Sep 1831     28 Dec 1898
 
Amuel W. Quesenberry                                                10 Jul 1894      19 Oct 1918
 
George W. Hylton                                                        25 Dec 1874    24 May 1919
 
Rev. Wilson H. Dodd                                                   5 Jul 1827         9 Feb 1886
 
Mary M. Dodd   w/o Wilson H. Dodd                         15 Jul 1837        8 Apr 1880
 
This is a rather large cemetery with several graves marked with field stones and some unmarked.  It’s possible that Jesse & Elizabeth Weddle are buried here.
 
Dennis and Margaret Catherine (called “Cathy”) Hylton had a son Daniel E.  1859-1865, who was killed by a falling tree.  Likely Daniel is buried here.                                         
 
 



 
 
 
 
 

 

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