Virgilina Cemetery
Virgilina, Virginia



This website shows pictures of tombstones, with GPS coordinates, in the Virgilina Cemetery in Halifax County, Virginia. This is an ongoing project and we hope that you will be able to visit this cemetery soon. This site is best viewed with Windows Internet Explorer.


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INDEX

Adcock
Alkins
Allred
Alread
Amis
Apple
Apt
Atkins
Averett
Averette
Bagbey
Bagby
Bailey
Barnette
Bates
Battershill
Bellairs
Birchfield
Blanks
Bohannan
Bowen
Bowyer
Boyd
Branscome
Bray
Brittle
Brogden
Brooks
Brown
Buchanan
Bumpass
Butler
Callaway
Campbell
Cannon
Carey
Carlson
Carmichael
Carter
Caudle
Chandler
Childers
Childress
Chronister
Cifers
Claiborne
Cliborne
Coen
Cole
Connell
Cook
Craven
Crowder
Cunningham
Dalton
Daniel
Davis
Dickerson
Dickinson
Dodge
Drewry
Duffer
Dunkley
Elliott
Ellixson
Faulkner
Fletcher
Ford
Forlines
Francisco
Frazier
Fulghum
Furches
Fulp
Garber
Gayle
Gentry
Gillis
Givens
Glascock
Glass
Glasscock
Goode
Gordon
Graham
Gravitt
Gravitte
Gregory
Griffin
Gwaltney
Hackney
Hall
Harlow
Harris
Hart
Haskins
Hayes
Hill
Hite
Holland
Holt
Honeycutt
Huneycutt
Hood
Hooper
Hopkins
Horn
Howard
Hudson
Humphries
Johnson


















































INDEX

Jolly
Jones
Jordan
Kearney
Kidd
King
Klapp
Knott
Koch
Lacy
Lamb
Landon
Levister
Lloyd
Loftis
Long
Lowery
Madden
Malo
Mangrum
Martin
Mealer
Meeler
Miller
Morgan
Morningstar
Morong
Morris
Morrisette
Murray
Myers
Neal
Nelson
Newman
Newton
Nordenson
Norwood
Nunn
O'Geary
Oliver
Overbey
Overby
Parker
Peet
Perez
Pleasants
Pollard
Pool
Poole
Pulliam
Puryear
Reese
Rice
Royster
Sanford
Satterfield
Seat
Seate
Self
Short
Shotwell
Slagle
Smart
Smith
Snead
Snoddy
Stevens
Steverson
Stone
Stovall
Swain
Talley
Tanner
Terrill
Thames
Thomas
Tillman
Tilson
Tomlinson
Torian
Trent
Tuck
Tysinger
Upton
Vaughan
Veterans
Wageley
Wagner
Walker
Wall
Waller
Waltman
Walton
Watkins
Watts
Whitehurst
Whitlow
Whitmore
Whitt
Wilborn
Wilkerson
Wilkins
Wilkinson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Winfree
Yancey
York
Young


















































A Joint Wreath Laying Ceremony for
Virgilina Cemetery and Aarons Creek Cemetery
in the Virgilina Amphitheater.


December 17, 2016, at 12 Noon,
(at the same time the ceremony starts at Arlington National Cemetery)

Ceremony presented at Virgilina Cemetery for
each of the fallen military and deceased veteran's graves.


Affiliated with Wreaths Across America.

Pictures from past ceremonies:













Because it is our family.
This website is about remembering our deceased family
members and preserving our history.


The brick entrance walls were donated by Lottie Tuck Nunn.
Virgilina Cemetery is located a mile west of the town of Virgilina on Highway 96.


The above sign was placed at the entrance by the
Virgilina Woman's Club and the Virgilina Ruritan Club.
The Virgilina Cemetery was started about 1840 when Rev. Craven died.


Open Air Amphitheater where Memorial Day Services are held.
Memorial Day Services will be at 11:00 AM the Sunday before the
Nationally Observed Memorial Day Holiday.

The Virgilina Women's Club is the Administrator of the Virgilina Cemetery.


Four counties are close to this cemetery:
  • Halifax County, VA
  • Mecklenburg Co., VA
  • Granville County, NC
  • Person County, NC
  • Memorial Day Services will be at 11:00 A.M. the Sunday before the Nationally Observed Memorial Day Holiday. In the event of rain the Service will be held at Union Christian Church in the Town of Virgilina.

  • Florence Avenue Baptist Church and Union Christian Church appoint a committee each year to get a speaker for the annual Memorial Day Service. This committee also sees that ushers representing each church are present at the service and the churches alternate in arranging special music. Those in the community who enjoy singing are encouraged to join the choir for the service.

  • The Virgilina American Legion Auxiliary puts American flags on the graves of all fallen military and deceased veterans each year and furnishes flowers for the service.

  • Mr. Larry Wilson for operating the public address system.

  • Mrs. Beatrice T. Glascock furnishes the lectern built by her late husband, William Glascock.

  • Click Here to view the names of Fallen Military and Deceased Veterans



  • Cemetery Clean-Up Days are the first Saturday in May and first Saturday in December. Bring your work gloves and a rake - start time 8 AM.



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