Hobbs Chapel Cemetery
Latitude:36º 38' 15.7" N   (36.637694)
Longitude:77º 43' 15.3" W   (-77.720917)
GNIS ID:1468082
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The fenced area of this cemetery contains the remains of Robert and Annie Pair and their children, Dora, Silas, and Enoch Pair and his wife, Annie Doyle. Buried outside the fence is Enoch's and Annie's son Robert.
Inside fence

Annie D. Pair7 Jun 1899 —9 Jan 1983
Annie Doyle, wife of Enoch Pair, CWS f BCV, p. 642.

Enoch P. Pair9 Sep 1899 —1 Mar 1970
See CWS f BCV, pp. 414, 642.

Annie G. Pair1869 —1948
Robert D. Pair1866 —1956
Martha Annie G. Phillips married Robert Drury Pair, CWS f BCV, p. 414. Notes: They were residing in Greensville County in 1930, Family 307.



Silas Drew Pair26 Nov 1896 —4 Jul 1968John 3:16
Dora Pair Taylor25 Oct 1891 —10 Aug 1975Prov. 31:25
Dora Pair, sister of Silas Drew Pair, with whom she shares a stone, married Jesse Taylor, CWS f BCV, p. 414.



Outside Chain Link Fence

Robert Treadway Pair15 Jul 1924 —4 Jan 2000US Merchant Marine
SGT US ARMY WW II
Notes: The Census of 1930 in Greensville County identifies six-year-old Robert T. Pair as the son of Enoch Pair, Family 307.

 

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