Washington County, Virginia

Washington County Virginia Photos

Confederate_Memorial.jpg (73269 bytes) August 29, 2000 Confederate Soldier's Monument erected in 1907 at the Washington County Courthouse
Courthouse_marker.jpg (98246 bytes) August 29, 2000 Marker describing the Washington County Courthouse
Courthouse.jpg (56516 bytes) August 29, 2000 Washington County Courthouse at Abingdon, Virginia
Holston_river.jpg (54126 bytes) August 29, 2000 A view of the North Fork of the Holston River
Moccasin_Gap_view.jpg (42072 bytes) August 29, 2000 View North toward Moccasin Gap from the Mendota Road entrance.  
Pet_Nunley_home.jpg (57448 bytes) August 29, 2000 The exterior of the Charles Nunley home.  The house burned down in 1910 and this one was rebuilt
Pet_Nunley_home_interior.jpg (56598 bytes) August 29, 2000 Interior of the Charles Nunley home
March 2001 Charles Nunley home
March 2001 Charles Nunley home


Washington County Courthouse Records:

Document Date Topic
February 14, 1795 John Fleming Land Grant
February 19, 1809 John Phelps buys 50 acres from Isaac Linder
August 16, 1830 John Phelps buys from Henry & Boggs (John Fleming land)
September 21, 1835 John Phelps buys land from David Campbell
August 11, 1839 Charles Mann buys land from George & Peggy Gobble
September 3, 1841 John Phelps buys land from William Gilmore
September 3, 1841 Martin Phelps buys land from William Gilmore
May 27, 1858 Peter Branch bond
December 30, 1865 John M Kestner will
October 14, 1866 Charles Mann will
November 8, 1866 Charles Mann sale
October 10, 1870 John J Scott will
January 8, 1872 John Phelps buys land from William and Margaret White
December 12, 1877 Martin Phelps will
November 29, 1884 John Phelps to daughter Martha Martin
August 22, 1885 John Phelps gives land to daughter Evangeline Bell Davis
August 22, 1885 John Phelps' Will
October 9, 1886 John Phelps sale bill
August 20, 1887 Ida Phelps Branch and sister Pallie Phelps Scott split the land they inherited
October 12, 1888 John Phelps final estate
April 2, 1889 Ida Phelps Branch sells her land to sister Pallie Phelps Scott
June 29, 1893 Susan Hayter Mann will
September 22, 1900 Nelson T Branch deed for the Knob in Poor Valley
April 25, 1902 L.P. Summers vs Nelson T Branch suit
January 14, 1903 L.P. Summers vs Nelson T Branch suit
February 27, 1907 J T Martin will
September 25, 1907 Patsy Scott sale bill

Washington County Cemeteries:

Click on the thumbnail photo to see more photos of each cemetery.
Branch Cemetery, Mendota Road, Washington County, Virginia
Nunley Cemetery, Mendota Road, Washington County, Virginia
Phelps Cemetery, Hidden Valley Road, Washington County, Virginia

This cemetery is easily visible and accessible from Hidden Valley Road (Road 690) at the intersection with Highway 19.  This cemetery contains many of the descendants of Martin Phelps, a brother of John Phelps

Phelps Cemetery in woods off of Mercury Drive, Washington County, Virginia

This obscure cemetery, tucked away in some woods well back from any road is the final resting place of John Phelps, father of Ida Frances Phelps Branch.  To get to this cemetery, go past the Phelps cemetery listed above and turn right into a stone gated Mercury Drive.  Follow this gravel road until it turns into hardtop and on to the top of the hill where there is a double wide trailer and another house beyond at the dead end.  The cemetery is downhill and to the right of the double wide trailer, well hidden in some woods.

Mann Cemetery, Brumley Gap Road, Washington County, Virginia
Knollkreg Cemetery Knollkreg Memorial Cemetery, Abingdon, Virginia


This page was last updated on 03/20/18 10:28 AM