Lewis Family Cemetery - Charlie Hope
Located in the backyard of a farmhouse on the east side of Union Woods Dr. (Route 656), approx. 0.5 mi. north of Gov. Harrison Pkwy (US Route 58).
Latitude:36º 44' 38.2" N   (36.743944)
Longitude:77º 54' 36.2" W   (-77.910056)

Phillip J. Lewis CO E
This is a government-issued military stone.
This is Pvt. Phillip James Lewis. According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, his wife, Eudella Jane Rawlings, is buried here, too, CWS f BCV, p. 331.

This is a flat white marble stone approx 10 in. x 20 in. with only the word “Mother” inscribed upon it. According to Patsy Bagley, this grave belongs to Sarah Virginia Hagood Lewis.
As Sarah Virginia Hagood, she married Civil War veteran Benjamin Wilkes Lewis, CWS f BCV, pp. 226, 326.

Thomas Cralle Lewis son of
T.C. & Mason M.
This stone is very difficult to read. The dates of birth and death are on the stone, but cannot be read.
This is a son of Thomas Cralle Lewis Sr. and Mason Browder who are in Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 331.

Benj. W. Lewis24 May 1845 —17 Dec 1901Asleep in Jesus
Blessed Sleep
From which none
ever wakes to weep
This stone sits approx. 40 ft from the others and is partially enclosed by an iron fence.
This is Pvt. Benjamin Wilkes Lewis of Coleman's Heavy Artillery, CWS f BCV, p. 326.


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