Floyd County Historical Society


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

Helping preserve and share a unique history in Southwest Virginia
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Cemeteries of Floyd County, VA


 
 
 

 
                                                EPPERLY FAMILY CEMETERY
                                                                                                                                                                                                              N3656.105          W8016.207
 
Heading from Floyd to Check, take the little road to the right, just above the right that goes to Cavalry Baptist Church.  Follow the road to the brick house on the right.  The cemetery is high on the hill and is walled in by masonry blocks with no entrance to the cemetery.  Judy Blackwell documented this cemetery in the 1960’s, Genevieve Starkey and Judy returned to get the Coordinates for the GPS on April 23, 2008.
 
Elizabeth Epperly                                              Addison Epperly
13 Feb. 1839                                                   06 October 1832
31 Mar. 1912                                                   06 Dec. 1914
Elizabeth was d/o                                              Addison s/o
Wm. & Belinda Brammer                                 Jacob C. & Eliza Epperly
w/o of Addison Epperly
 
Emmazetta Theodis  Rutrough
21 January 1866
05 August 1890
d/o Addison & Elizabeth Epperly
1st wife of Lee Davis Rutrough
 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 

 

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