The 1985 Fauquier map by Eugene Scheel identifies the Colvin Graveyard. The map was found among the Virginia-related maps at the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical research (CLCGR.) It is a large, colorful map with numerous historic markers including the names of numerous mills and roads; Tenerife, is also identified along with Tenerife Mill.
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