MAJOR CEMETERY Off Herndon Road. Surrounded by a falling rock wall, the oldest stones (readable) in the cemetery are 1850s. Name
Death Date Inscriptions
Most stones are upright with footstones; however a few are broken and parts were underground. It is largely overgrown with trees and brush.
The stones are in three family groups (L & M Major and Lucretia, J & L Majors and M & W George) with the
grave of WB Major apart from the others. There are also fieldstone markers.
Transcribed/Photographed 14 March 2009 by Tom Graham, David Sengel and Kate Jacques
Jun 10 ____
In the 58th year of his age Major, Mary
Oct 9, 1778
Oct 3, 1854
Wife of Littleton, daughter of W & L Pane Major, Lucretia
Daughter of Littleton & _____ George, Mary Elizabeth
June 9 1827 (?)
Apr 16, 1886
George, William Travis
Aug 4 (?), 1829
Major, Lucy M.
Jun 29, 1824
Sep 20, 1871
Wife of John M. Major Major, John M.
Jul 15, 1816
Feb 9, 1881
Mar 19, 1844
Sep 21, 1850
Son of J & L Major Major, Wm. B.
Feb 15, 1821
Mar 8, 1850
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Off Herndon Road. Surrounded by a falling rock wall, the oldest stones (readable) in the cemetery are 1850s.