THE BAUGHMAN PLANTATION Heinrich Bachmann, from Switzerland, holding a land grant in 1754 that he receives from Thomas, the Sixth Lord Fairfax a survey for 257 acres in what was then Frederick county, Virginia, on Holman's Creek, a tributary of the Shenandoah River's North Fork. His family's property grew to 657 acres during the next 30 years. Bachmann, known to the English as Henry Baughman, died here in the Autumn of 1779. The grey building on the left is the site where the original home and barn stood. Holman's Creek is directly behind the grey building. The photo to the right is a Marker placed in the Holman Creek Orchard Cemetary by J. Ross Baughman
This small cemetary sets in the middle of an apple orchard on Heinrich Bachmann's original land grant. The name of the cemetary today is Holman Creek Orchard Cemetary or it is also known as Silveus-Smootz and Doll's Burying Ground near the town of Quicksburg, Virginia in the Shenandoah Valley.