The Billy Trogdon Cemetery (aka Trogdon Burying
The Billy Trogdon Cemetery, ca.
1790, is one of Randolph County’s largest family
cemetery’s. It contains the graves of
Revolutionary War patriots recognized by the Daughters
of the American Revolution and the Sons of the American
Revolution. The cemetery, over time, became an
expansive family cemetery. Some of the surnames
represented in the cemetery are Trogdon, Allred, Ferre,
Hammer, York, Julian, and Diffie.
Cultural Heritage Site
designation was awarded by the Randolph County Historic
Landmark Preservation Commission on October 23, 2012.
The Billy Trogdon Cemetery by Jean Covington LaCoss