Carroll-Writtenberry Family Cemetery
This very well-maintained cemetery is just a few feet east of Elam Road, White Plains, VA, approx 1.3 mi south of the intersection of Elam Road and Gasburg Road. It is approx. 20 ft from the pavement of Elam Road and is approx. 30 ft x 30 ft in size and enclosed by an ornate and decorative stone wall with decorative metal gate on the south side of the cemetery.
Latitude:36º 34' 10.6" N   (36.569617)
Longitude:77º 56' 35.1" W   (-77.943083)

Sarah Writtenberry —6 Sep 1935
Forty-year-old Sara Writtenberry was residing next to Harvey Carroll in 1920 in Meherrin District, Family 173. Stone appears to be homemade.
Sarah W. Writtenberry is indicated to have been born in Sep 1877, CWS f BCV, p. 644.

Millie Ann Carroll20 May 1868 —26 Nov 1954Mother
Resting in Peace
According to the 1900 census for Brunswick County, Millie, the wife of T.M. Carroll, was born May 1872, Family 119.
Dr. Pritchett placed Sarah's sister Nellie A. Writtenberry as the wife of Thomas M. Carroll, but it appears he married Millie A. Writtenberry, CWS f BCV, p. 644.

Sam Buck Carroll16 Aug 1914 —17 Feb 1984
Mary Clark Carroll13 Nov 1913 —4 Sep 2000In My Father's House Are Many Mansions
Sam Buck Carroll was living in the Meherrin District household of Harvey Carroll in 1920, Family 174.

Syretha Odell Blanton Carroll23 Mar 1938 —14 Dec 2018


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