Washington County, Virginia, USA
Cemetery transcription and all photos
by Valerie Boman and Debra Branigan, June 2007
Note: We are using the
name "Fickle Cemetery" to be consistent
with the well-known book "High on a Windy Hill" by Catherine
Each person noted in Fickle Cemetery in this book is listed below.
If we were able to find their tombstone, there is an icon
to the right of their name.
Directions: From Abingdon, Virginia go northwest
approximately 5 miles
on Highway 19 to Rich Valley Road/700, then turn left (west) and go
approximately 2.2 miles to 15485 Rich Valley Road.
The cemetery is on the south side of the road, on fenced-in property.
Ask for permission to access the cemetery.
Coordinates: N 36.733003° W 82.085832°
This small, rural hillside cemetery is comprised of
20 tombstones and is in very poor condition.
Click on the icon
to the right of each name to view tombstone photos.
Please note the asterisks*
after various names throughout the index.
The * signifies
that this particular person appears on our personal genealogy website, and is
connected to our family. A great deal of information might be contained on our
website for those particular people. This website can be reached by going
to the following site: andis.azboman.net
Andis, Henry Shannon
Andis, infant twins
Andis, Nancy Catherine (Pippin) *
Andis, Paul L *
Ball, Corrie A
Cole, Mrs. William B - died 23 Feb 194_; age 29
Denton, Ellen K - died 31 Oct 1942; age 80y 10m 19d
(birth date approximately 12 Dec 1861)
Fickle, Amanda (Pippin)
Gobble, Noah - 1868-1943; son of David Gobble
Knott, James H
Lindsey, Mathew J
* Nash, Nina
Odum, Ollie - 07 Mar 1884 - 09 Aug 1888;
daughter of J H and Catherine Odum
Pippin, Mary Catherine
Self, Mrs. Ethel - died 27 Oct 1930
(only date on J M Rose Funeral Co marker)
Williams, Amanda - died 20 Dec 1937; age 63y
Williams, Andrew - 04 Apr 1824 - 29 Dec 1915
Williams, Mary - died Feb ___; age 80y
Williams, William L - died 14 Aug 1938; age 73y
various fieldstones and illegible markers
* not listed in "High on a Windy Hill"