King-Williams-Edwards Family Cemetery
Located approx 200 yd west of Ebony Rd. (Route 903), directly across from a home with the address of 1400 Ebony Rd. It has several fenced areas. Inside the larger one is buried George King Sr., Clifton King, Jessie King, P. K. and B. L. K. Maxie Edwards is inside another small fenced area and George Williams is outside any fenced area. At least 8 other graves are here, marked with fieldstones, and probably more.
Latitude:36º 33' 53.7" N   (36.564917)
Longitude:77º 59' 49.8" W   (-77.997167)

George M. King Sr.1 Nov 1886 —9 Apr 1955I'm coming home to rest
Son of Benjamin L. King and Martha G. Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 305.

Clifton Wayne King9 Apr 1942 —2 Oct 1942Gone so soon

Jessie Louis King22 Aug 1909 —26 May 1936Sleep on dear brother and take thy rest
We loved you dearly, but God loved you best
We often set and think of you, and think of how you died
To think you could not say good bye, before you closed your eyes

P.K. ????? 
These 2 letters were all that could be read on this hand-carved stone.

These 3 letters were all that could be read on this hand-carved stone. Likely stands for Benjamin L. King.

George T. Williams28 May 1875 —30 Apr 1944Gone But Not Forgotten
Brother of Martha G. Williams, the mother of George M. King, CWS f BCV, p. 614.

Maxie Edwards5 Aug 1894 —26 Sep 1918At Rest
Oh for the touch of a vanished hand
And the sound of a voice that is still


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