Levi Abernathy Family Cemetery
Located in the backyard of a large two-story house on the east side of Christanna Hwy (Route 46), approx. 0.25 mi. south of US Route 1. It is on the opposite side of Route 46, and just a few hundred yards south of St. Marks Episcopal Church.
Latitude:36º 50' 1.0" N   (36.833611)
Longitude:77º 54' 43.0" W   (-77.911944)

Levi W. Abernathy2 Dec 1842 —25 Feb 1908Co I
20 Va Inf
Levi W. Abernathy has two stones. One is a flat marker, probably purchased by the family, and the other is a government-issued military marker.
Pvt. Levi Woodberry Abernathy, CWS f BCV, p. 34.

Virginia D. AbernathyOct 1845 —May 1871wife of
L.W. Abernathy
Virginia Ann “Jennie” Daniel, wife of Levi W. Abernathy, CWS f BCV, p. 34.

Hattie W. Abernathy16 Aug 1888 —30 May 1921
Hattie W. Williams married Harvey B. Abernathy who is in Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 34.

H. Emmett Matthews2 Sep 1906 —6 Dec 1934

R. Emmette Matthews13 Mar 1859 —10 Aug 1909An honest man's the
noblest work of God.
Richard Emmett Matthews, first husband of Maggie Lee Abernathy, CWS f BCV, p. 35.

Maggie Matthews Winn31 Aug 1879 —14 Dec 1965
Maggie L. Matthews, age 50, was residing on Belfield Road in the east part of Totaro District in 1930, Family 212. Nearby 68-year-old James A. Winn was living alone, Family 198.
Maggie Lee Abernathy married first Richard Emmett Matthews and second, James Winn, CWS f BCV, p. 35.


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