Floyd County, Virginia  
Belmont Community
Montgomery County, Virginia

From Christiansburg, Virginia, travel on Rt. 460 (towards Blacksburg) and turn left on Rt. 114.  Turn left on Vickers Switch Road and then turn left onto Easy Street.  At nearly the end of Easy Street, turn right on Height Street.  The cemetery is on the left at the end of the paved portion of Height Street.  It is obscured by white pines.  Vickers Switch Road makes a loop off Rt. 114 so there are two street signs 1.3 miles apart.

Underlined letters or numbers = stone worn, our best guess
Blank ______ = stone too worn to read
(  )= information in parentheses has been obtained elsewhere.  Most of this information was found in the book Twelve Stones for Belmont, Revisited in 2000 edited by Clovis E. Linkous.  A few copies are left at the Wilderness Road Museum in Newbern, Virginia.

 D(avidson) L., (Jr.)1848-1921,  (s/o Davidson W. L. Charlton & Catherine
   “Kitty” Howry)
 Nannie, his wife 1859-1915 (Nancy Catherine Yingling d/o William F.
  Yingling & Margaret Hornbarger)
 Pearl, daughter of D. L. & Nannie R. Charlton born Feb. 25, 1884, died May 15,
  1891 Budded on earth to bloom in heaven.
 Father, Daniel born Sept 17, 1803, died July 31, 1862 (h/o Nancy Walters,
  s/o Peter Hornbarger & Elizabeth Smith)
 Mother, Nancy (Walters) born Nov. 22, 1801, died, July 11, 1862 (d/o John
  Walters & Nancy Kirby)
Patsey born April 20, 1834, died, July 5, 1904 (d/o Daniel Hornbarger &
 Nancy Walters)
Hiram born Sept. 27, 1841, died Apr. 20, 1907 (s/o Daniel Hornbarger &
  Nancy Walters)
Sarah (Sallie) Lucas, wife of Hiram Hornbarger Sept. 11, 1844, June 29, 1921
 H(iram) T., May 12, 1861, Jan. 17, 1927 (married Gertie Lawrence – he the
  s/o Hiram & Sarah “Sallie”)
 Our Darling Baby, Mary P. Hornbarger, born April 4, 1889, died Jan. 5, 1898
  (d/o Hiram & Sarah “Sallie” Hornbarger)

 Arthur, born Feb. 3, 1887, died Oct. 25, 1921 Sleep on dear son and brother
  thy work is done Jesus has come and borne thee home.
 Samuel A., born July 1862, died, Apr. 1907 Blessed are the pure in heart; for
  they shall see God.
 (These two Howell stones are down the hill, a good distance from the other  stones; relationship, if any, unknown.)

 Cora B. daughter of Hiram & Sallie Hornbarger, born April 6, 1868, died
  Aug. 25, 1893  (w/o Dexter Keadle)

Wm. H(enry) born Jan. 6, 1823, died Feb. 5, 1884 (h/o Margaret Elizabeth
 Kipps, s/o Henry Linkous & Margaret Elizabeth Shell)
Elizabeth (Kipps) wife of W. H. Linkous, born Oct. 5, 1822, died
  April 29, 1883
Henry Wellington born June 18, 1852, died June 20, 1917 Aged 64 Yrs, Joined
  Division 301 B. of L.E. June 3, 1897 (Brotherhood of Locomotive
  Engineers, s/o Henry Linkous & Margaret Elizabeth Shell)
Ellen Jane born Mar. 2, 1852 (died 1918 - w/o Henry Wellington, d/o Gordon
  Thomas Linkous & Amanda Litton)
 Willie G(arrett) born Dec. 28, 1887, died Jan. 27, 1907 (s/o Henry Wellington
  And Ellen Jane Linkous, unmarried)
Ellise W./born March 4, 1894/died Oct. 1,______ (this stone was unearthed -
  relationship not known)
 James Patton P. born May _____ died May_____ (lamb on stone, probably an
   infant – might be s/o James Patton Linkous b. 1877 who m. Laura
 Belle Kirk)
Boyd L., Infant son of G(eorge) A. & Nora M. Porterfield, born April 29, 1892,
died Feb. 13, 1893, Aged 9 Mos & 14 Ds

Sacred to the memory of William F. born Sept. 19, 1816, died April 20, 1884
  (born in York, PA, m. Margaret Hornbarger)
 Margaret (Hornbarger) 1831 – 1915 (2nd wife of William F. Yingling, d/o Daniel
Hornbarger & Nancy Walters)

There were several bases with stones missing; some digging might uncover the stones.  There were many fieldstones marking other graves.  In 2001, a Hornbarger descendant cleared this cemetery of several trees and undergrowth; otherwise this listing could not have been done.  Much more needs to be done.
Listed by Mary C. Williams & Leigh Williams, 120 Virginia Court, Pulaski, Virginia 24301-2518