William Grayson’s Tomb


Grayson's Tomb was restored by Prince William County staff with funding for supplies provided by Historic Prince William's very own Bill Olson. Read all about the project in this Washington Post Article published Aug. 29, 2014.

The 1976 Virginia Historic Landmarks Survey Form (pdf) is also available for review. The survey is on the house, Belle Air (c.1890) and the Tomb (c.1790).

Survey Details

Classification: Family
Status: Maintained
Condition: Very Good
Approx. Size: Not listed
Approximate Number of Burials: Not known
Markers: Tomb
Surnames Listed on Markers: William Grayson
Possible other family members
Comments: None
Surveyed By: Ron Turner - 2001
Latitude / Longitude: 38.647212,-77.275231

Site Visits

Visited by: Date: Comments:
Ron Turner 2001 The condition noted in 2001 was "poor"
David Cuff Nov. 2014 Rededication of the Tomb following restoration.
Nick Williams Nov. 2015 Eagle Scout Project of Nick Williams. Installation of Flag Pole, and placement of benches followed the expansion of the cleared area, leveling of the grade with added top soil, and mulching for landscaping.


Images taken Nov. 2014