Clarke Family Cemetery - South Brunswick
This well-kept cemetery is located on the back side of a farm, approx. 0.3 mi. west of Clarke Rd. (Route 602), down a farm path known as Clarke Farm Rd. The entrance off Clarke Rd. is approx. 0.2 mi. South of Dry Bread Rd. (Route 611)
Latitude:36º 38' 33.0" N   (36.642500)
Longitude:77º 49' 59.3" W   (-77.833139)
GNIS ID:1464937

Clara May Clarke21 Sep 1905 —1908

Therma Wood Clarke15 Nov 1922 —1922

Rosa Pearl Clarke16 Oct 1884 —15 Feb 1962
Horace Atwell Clarke22 Mar 1877 —9 Mar 1966Married 1901
At Rest
Horace Atwell Clarke married Rosa Pearl Moore, CWS f BCV, pp. 105, 378.

Henry T. Moore1878 —1944
Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia says death in 1914, CWS f BCV, p. 378.

Alfred W. Moore17 Dec 1871 —16 Apr 1930
Inez G. Moore20 Jun 1873 —19 Sep 1946His wife
Inez G. Finch married Alfred Moore, CWS f BCV, p. 378.

William N. Moore Coleman's Co.
This is a government-issued military marker acquired through the efforts of Annie (Mae) Moore Clary.
Pvt. William N. Moore, CWS f BCV, pp. 378-79.

Eliza J. Moore Wife of
Died Aug 6, 1918
Age 68 yrs & 3 mons.
Though thou art gone
Fond memry clings to thee
Some inscriptions too deteriorated to read.
This is likely Elizabeth Jane Moore, wife of Franklin G. Moore. Nearby are children Alfred, Laura, Henry, Rosa, and Jesse, CWS f BCV, pp. 378-79.

Florence Moore11 May 1897 —Dec 1901Daughter of
A.W. & I.G. Moore
Though thou art gone
Fond memry clings to thee
Can not make out day of month of Florence's death.
Florence B. Moore, CWS f BCV, p. 378.

Jesse R. Moore2 Sep 1880 —24 Jan 1929At Rest
This marker is a “Woodman of the World” stone, approx 5 ft. high, but it has fallen over.
See CWS f BCV, p. 378.

Willie Thomas30 Jan 1894 —1 Sep 1948
Dates were inscribed as 1-30-94 - 9-1-48.
Willie L. Thomas, first husband of Laura G. Moore, CWS f BCV, p. 378.

Laura G. Moore22 Jan 1874 —27 Sep 1914Wife of
Leslie A. Bowen
Gone But Not Forgotten
Larua G. Moore married second Leslie Allen Bowen who is in James Square Baptist Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 378.

???? Allen Bowen20 Nov 1901 —22 May 1903Son of
L.A. & L.G. Bowen
Some inscriptions too deteriorated to read.
Undoubtedly Hunter Allen Bowen who died young, CWS f BCV, p. 71.

????????Feb 8, 19?? —??r 18, 1912Son of
W.W. & A.M. Clary
Some inscriptions too deteriorated to read.
Son of Annie Mae Moore and William W. Clary, both of whom are in Matthews Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 117, 378.

Ethel Webster Daughter of
W.D. & L.M. Webster
Died July 5, 1901
Age 5 yrs.
At Rest

Clara M. Clarke Daughter of
H.A. & R.P. Clarke
This stone was broken and pieces are missing.
This cemetery is also said to include the grave of Pvt. Augustus M. Moore, son of William Moore, and his wife, Sarah J. Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 373.
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, a Clarke Family Cemetery contains the remains of Pvt. James H. Clarke, his parents Joshua Clarke and Susan (-) Clarke, and his son Joseph Massenberg Clarke. Although Dr. Pritchett does not say so, possibly James' brother, Pvt. George Washington Clarke, is here, too. Because James' son Horace Atwell Clarke IS here, the above individuals are presumably buried in this Clarke Family Cemetery, in the several unmarked graves, CWS f BCV, pp. 104-5.

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