Carroll Family Cemetery - Ebony
Located approx. 0.5 mi. east of Ebony Rd. (Route 903). The entrance is a driveway approx. 100 yd. south of a home with the address of 1400 Ebony Rd. On this wooded path in 2009 were 2 gates to go through. The cemetery sits on the immediate left just after entering an open pasture. Many other graves are possibly in this cemetery that has been trodden down by livestock.
Latitude:36º 34' 2.1" N   (36.567250)
Longitude:77º 59' 17.9" W   (-77.988306)

William J. Carroll Sr.21 Oct 1813 —17 Feb 1905Co G
The upright stone is a government-issued military marker, installed by the Old Brunswick Camp # 512 - Sons of Confederate Veterans in 2004. He also has an old broken stone lying on the ground that reads: BGNF/O death where is thy sting/O grave where is thy victory.

Rebecca A. Carroll20 Jul 1818 —20 Feb 1902Gone But Not Forgotten
She died as she lived
Rebecca Edwards, wife of William Carroll Sr., CWS f BCV, p. 95.

Robie King5 Apr 1905 —23 Feb 1909Daughter of
Fayet & J.V. King
O death where is thy sting
O grave where is thy victory
In 1900 “Feb” and Jennie King were residing in Meherrrin District with two infant sons in their household, Family 117.
This is possibly a child of Frederick C. King and Virginia C. “Jennie” Carroll, a daughter of Nathaniel and Laura Carroll, CWS f BCV, p. 631.

According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Laura W. Wray and her husband, Nathaniel M. Carroll, a grandson of William Carroll Sr., are buried here, CWS f BCV, p. 631.

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