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Virginia and North Carolina Trip



Gen Julius Franklin Howell  36.5612297,-82.2014618


TN/VA/NC Tri-Point Marker – 36.588107, -81.677464

It is now possible to drive virtually all the way to the tripoint although the last half mile or so is quite rough. Also note that the road can be very hazardous in icy or snowy weather. If you are still driving as you get close, park at a Y intersection and walk up the right (rough) fork.  37.5840912,-77.4625015



Richmond Hollywood Cemetery  The Grounds: The Grounds remain open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

General J.E.B. Stuart 37.5375786,-77.4547119                Section: Mount (President’s Circle), Plot 26 37.5397184,-77.4541067


Shockoe Hill Cemetery             




Bruton Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery


Saint John’s Episcopal Churchyard’s-episcopal-churchyard


Chapel of the College of William and Mary 37.2707000, -76.7091000



Forest Lawn Cemetery

George Dewey “Judge” Hay 36.9266336,-76.2615587


Douglas MacArthur 36.8474000,-76.2888000





36.045304, -75.675045  Atlantic ocean side near Avalon Pier 2111 N Virginia Dare Trail, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948   618.48 miles E (86°


Wright Brothers National Memorial Visitor Center  9-5

1000 North Croatan Highway  Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948


Cape Hatteras Lighthouse 46379 Lighthouse Rd, Buxton, NC 27920


3.5 hours to Cedar Grove Cemetery

Caleb Davis Bradham Sr. 35.1140479,-77.0439756

Robert Ransom

William Joseph Williams


3 hours to Shan’ann Cathryn Rzucek 35.1283940,-79.4103120

Walter Hines Page


1 hour to Aunt Bee – Frances Elizabeth Bavier  – 35.733143, -79.471535