Thomas H. Clary Family Cemetery
Notes:This cemetery, which is approx. 30 ft x 60 ft and contains many unmarked graves, is located about 0.5 mi. west of Durham Rd. (Route 672), approx. 1 mi. south of Dry Bread Rd. (Route 611).
Latitude:36º 38' 45.2" N   (36.645889)
Longitude:77º 47' 51.3" W   (-77.797583)
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Pvt. Thomas Clary CO. G
21 VA INF
CSA
Pvt. Thomas H. Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 116. Notes: This is Pvt. Thomas Henry Clary, son of Pvt. Thomas C. Clary and Lucy Kelly. His death certificate states his date of death as March 17, 1916, and states he was 77 years old. His stone is a Govt. issued military stone.

Tabitha R. Clary6 Jun 1840 —18 Nov 1900wife of
T.H. Clary
As a wife, Devoted,
As a mother.
Affectionate,
As a friend, ever
kind and true.
Tabitha R. Clarke, wife of Pvt. Thomas H. Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 116.

Pvt. Thomas C. Clary1817 —1884CO. G
21 VA INF
CSA
Point Lookout
POW
See CWS f BCV, pp. 115-16. Notes: The following quote, taken from Pritchett's Civil War Soldiers From Brunswick County, Virginia, is engraved on the back of his stone. “One cannot but be impressed by men like Thomas C. Clary who were prepared to give not only their own lives but the lives of their sons, fighting beside them, in defense of that in which they believed.” by Dr. William McCaddin Pritchett. Pvt. Thomas C. Clary fought through the entire War Between the States with five of his own sons.

Lucy C. Clary —15 Nov 1881Wife of
Tom Clary
Died Nov 15, 1881
Age 63 years
Honored, Beloved.
and Wept
Here Mother Lies
States, apparently in error, that the wife of Pvt. Thomas H. Clary was Lucy Wesson, CWS f BCV, p. 115. Notes: This is the wife of Pvt. Thomas C. Clary and the mother of Thomas H. Clary. The death certificate of Thomas H. Clary clearly states his mother's maiden name as “Lucy Kelly”.
 
On Saturday, April 27th, 2002, The Old Brunswick Camp # 512 - Sons of Confederate Veterans, conducted a headstone dedication at this cemetery for Pvt. Thomas C. Clary.
During the months leading up to the event, Tracy Clary, along with the assistance of fellow SCV members, restored the terribly overgrown cemetery.
 

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