Thomas Elmore Family Cemetery
Located on the south side of Kress Rd. (Route 636) between the intersections of Clifton Rd. and Red Oak Rd. (Routes 628) near Ordsburg. Cemetery sits in small batch of trees about 100 yd behind the old homestead at 1442 Kress Rd. This cemetery is only about 20 ft x 20 ft and surrounded by 4 long granite stones. Five graves are marked and there is also one field stone present and one sunken, unmarked grave.
Latitude:36º 56' 20.7" N   (36.939070)
Longitude:77º 51' 12.2" W   (-77.853390)

This cemetery contains the remains of Rosa Geneva Harrison and husband, Sgt. Thomas Turner Elmore of the Brunswick Blues, their daughter Alice Estelle, and two daughters of their son George Leonard Elmore and his first wife, Hattie Hardy, CWS f BCV, pp. 182-83.

Alice Estelle Elmore10 Nov 1882 —23 Jul 1902Beloved daughter of
T.T & R.G. Elmore
asleep in Jesus
Footstone is marked A.E.E.

Estelle Hardy Elmore7 Jul 1904 —5 Jan 1910Our Darling
Daughter of
G.L & H.H. Elmore
Has footstone marked E.H.E.

 —14 Jul 1906Our Darling
Infant Daughter of
G.L. & H.H. Elmore
A small unmarked footstone.

T.T. Elmore7 Apr 1843 —13 May 1909To the memory of
Asleep in Jesus
Rosa G. Elmore13 Sep 1853 —29 Apr 1921To the memory of
Wife of T.T.Elmore
Their stone is a 5 ft obelisk with a name on each side. Footstones are marked T.T.E and R.G.E.


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