Floyd County Historical Society


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

Helping preserve and share a unique history in Southwest Virginia

Cemeteries of Floyd County, VA


 
 
 
LEMON – BRAMMER
Cemetery is on top of hill in pasture about 50 feet
Down Paradise Road off Franklin Pike
We thank Mr. Bobby Huff for telling us how to get to this.
 
 
 
Nannie Brammer    8 Dec 1886 – 10 May 1900
 
Isaac Lemon (Jr.)    8 Sep 1806 (Franklin Co., VA) – 6 Sep 1896
 
Sarah (Young) Lemon   13 Apr 1811 – 13 Oct 1862
 
(Isaac Lemon, Jr. and Sarah Young married 12 Feb 1827 in Montgomery County, VA.  Isaac Lemon, Jr. m 2} Susan C. Shortt Turner, who had 1 m Jefferson Turner and they are buried in the Samuel P. Rakes Cemetery.)
 
 
 
There are other stones in this cemetery, but are illegible or are rocks.  It was in deplorable condition.



 
 

 

           

 

 

 



 
 
 
 
 

 

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