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Tombstones of Flavel L. Vivion and his wife Isabella Cooper
Submitted by Naomi Vivian Ridge

Flavel L. Vivion (April 1, 1806-February 5, 1873)
and his wife Isabella Cooper (Oct. 25, 1811-May 18, 1862)


The graves of Flavel L. Vivion (April 1, 1806-February 5, 1873) and his wife Isabella Cooper (Oct. 25, 1811-May 18, 1862).

Flavel was the son of Milton, son of John Vivion IV, who claimed 1500 acres awarded to his father John Vivion III for his services to the Revolutionary armies of Virginia by providing beef.

The graves are located on the Ramsey farm near Ruckerville and Trapp off Hwy 89. Flavel and Isabella were my great grandparents through their son Milton Hervey and his son John Henry Vivion, my father.


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