Jeffries Cemetery, Luray, Va.on September 9th, 2011 at 8:43 PM
JEFFRIES CEMETERYRoad 680Blainesville, Page County Va.At the junction of Road 611 with Road 680, take 680 .5 mile to a sharp right turn in the road and a private road on the left. Turn into this private road and go to the first dwelling on the right, the residence of Mrs. Babe Jeffries for permission to go to the cemetery. This cemetery lies approximately 100 yards northeast of her home, and it has been cleared and graded, and as far as is known, only fieldstones marked the graves. roofing company . This cemetery lies across a fence line from a BUNDY cemetery, and is published in this volume.This JEFFRIES cemetery was examined on 11 April 1988 by Jeanette Conner Ritenour, HG 60, Box 1081, Seven Fountains, Virginia, 22652, and Mazie Cullers HG 60, Box 1090, Seven Fountains, Virginia, 22652. Mr. Glenwood C. Berry, who resides on Road 680 very near to the JEFFRIES cemetery, with a mailing address RFD 2, Luray, Page Co. oc family . Va. Hardwood Flooring Denver . On 11 April 1988, compiler RITENOUR and Mr. GlenwoodC. Berry visited Mrs. Babe Jeffries, who is now in her 90′s. Although she suffers several ailments, she is pert, and very knowledgeable about family relationships in the Blainesville, Va. area. Two of her children are buried in this cemetery. On 8 March 1915, Miss Babe M. Berry married John Franklin Jeffries, and he died 29 March 1961, and he is buried in the nearby Mt. Carmel Baptist Church cemetery.Also buried in this burial ground are children of Virgie and Thomas Lee. Virgie and Thomas Lee also are buried at Mt. Camel. George and Martha Jeffries have two children, one a boy Cecil Floyd Jeffries, buried in this Jeffries cemetery. Also Susan Berry, a sister to Martha Jeffries, is buried here.