Macedonia United Methodist Church Cemetery
Address:683 Macedonia Rd.
Blackstone 23824
Notes:This cemetery measure about 60 ft x 120 ft.
Latitude:36º 56' 7.5" N   (36.935427)
Longitude:78º 0' 24.0" W   (-78.006669)
GNIS ID:1469969
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The following stones are in a 50 ft x 50 ft fenced-in plot containing at least 6 unidentified graves with broken or stone markers only.

Herbert S. Hawthorne15 Aug 1865 —13 May 1884Son of Dr. S.W. & M.L. Hawthorne
Asleep in Jesus - peaceful rest.
Son of Samuel Wilkins Hawthorne and Marinda Lee Peace, he was the first person buried in this cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 256.

BARROW
Edward Barrow1828 —1895
Louisa J. Barrow1839 —1922
Cpl. Edward L. Barrow married Louise Jane Peace. Children buried nearby include Mary Ella Wise, Cora Lou, Walter Lewis, Frances Mary (Fannie May), Edward Lewis, and Wilbur Fiske Barrow (Willie F.) in addition to married daughter Lucy A. Harman, CWS f BCV, p. 55.

Willie F. Barrow4 May 1871 —3 Aug 1894In the cold moist earth we laid him,
Nre the forest cast it's leaf,
And we wept that one so lovely,
Should have a life so brief.

Mary Ella Barrow1859 —1907

Cora Lou Barrow16 Jul 1868 —9 Jan 1941EARTH HAS NO SORROW THAT
HEAVEN CANNOT HEAL.

Walter Lewis Barrow7 May 1876 —26 Jan 1953GOD IS OUR REFUGE AND STRENGTH

Fannie May Barrow22 Jan 1874 —12 May 1961I have fought a good fight,
I have finished my course,
I have kept the faith.

Lucy Archer Barrow Harman12 Mar 1881 —25 Jun 1963GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
YOUR MEMORY IS VERY DEAR TO ME
DAUGHTER
Lucy Archer Barrow married John Anderson Harman and their only child, Jayne Louise, is buried here, CWS f BCV, p. 55.

Edward L. Barrow29 Jun 1861 —3 Apr 1918He was loved by God and man.

Jayne Louise Harman18 Jan 1911 —19 May 1978GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
YOUR MEMORY IS VERY DEAR TO ME
DAUGHTER

Marinda L. Hawthorne4 Nov 1836 —28 Apr 1922Earth has no sorrow that
Heaven cannot heal.
Marinda Lee Peace married Herbert S. Hawthorne, CWS f BCV, pp. 255-56, 421.

Fannie M. Peace9 Nov 1819 —27 Sep 1889
Notes: This headstone is broken into 3 pieces and the inscription illegible.

Rev. Willis H. Peace28 Oct 1811 —15 Jul 1891
M. Francis Peace29 May 1819 —5 Mar 1889
Rev. Willis Harris Peace married Mary Frances Barrow. They gave land for Macedonia Church and continued to live on the farm behind it. Children buried here include Frances Missouri Peace and Marinda L. Hawthorne, CWS f BCV, p. 421.

 Died May 4
Aged 72 years
Notes: This small metal funeral home marker omits the individual's name.

Edward M. Webb1890 —1972
See CWS f BCV, p. 590. Notes: This is a small metal funeral home marker.

Herbert H. Webb12 Oct 1891 —29 Mar 1952VIRGINIA
PVT 11 INFANTRY 5 DIV
WORLD WAR I
See CWS f BCV, p. 590. Notes: This is a government-issued military marker.

??? Barrow3 Jul 1894 —3 Jul 1894daughter of ??? Barrow
Born and Died
July 3, 1894
Notes: This headstone is barely legible.
 
Brandon family plot 16 ft x 20 ft with 6 graves.

BRANDON
James F. Brandon23 Dec 1882 —15 Jan 1951
Barbara J. Brandon22 Feb 1893 —25 May 1967

Alice M. Brandon1 Apr 1917 —28 Nov 1918Daughter of J.F. & B.J. Brandon

BRANDON
Sidney J. Brandon12 Dec 1919 —22 May 2004son of James F. & Barbara J. Brandon
Lorena L. Brandon30 Nov 1923 —daughter of Albert W. & Era L. Lucy
Sidney's wife was a daughter of Albert Watson Lucy, CWS f BCV, pp. 46, 334.

Wm. Thomas Daniel1851 —1931Beloved son of
Sidney Jordan Brandon, Jr. and
Elizabeth Hart Moseley
At Rest.
Pattie Jane Daniel1856 —1943At Rest.
William Thomas W. Daniel married Martha “Patty” J. Daniel, CWS f BCV, pp. 141, 146, 617.



James Eddie Daniel1880 —1954
See CWS f BCV, p. 141.

DANIEL
Sydnor Pryor Daniel21 Feb 1905 —17 Nov 1969
Annie Parrish Daniel31 Dec 1905 —12 May 1987
Sydnor Daniel, brother of Lloyd B. Daniel, married Annie Bet Parrish, CWS f BCV, pp. 141, 149.

DANIEL
Lloyd B. Daniel20 Mar 1909 —16 Dec 1961
Elizabeth R. Daniel24 Feb 1915 —5 Mar 1979

Everett Jacob Daniel6 Mar 1945 —10 Sep 2005IN MEMORY OF

Robert “Bob” Irving12 Sep 1947 —16 Aug 2008US NAVY
Carol Lewis Irving20 May 1955 —Wife of BOB

Lee Roy Hamlett9 May 1893 —10 Nov 1947GREAT LOVES LIVE ON.
Annie Sue Hamlett8 Sep 1896 —19 May 1985HER MEMORY IS BLESSED

Alonza W. Laffoon9 Jul 1886 —27 Sep 1931HE LIVED WELL
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Carrie R. Laffoon6 Jul 1892 —4 Dec 1985IN OUR BLESSED SAVIOR'S ARMS
Carrie M. Rawlings married as his second wife, Alonza “Lonnie” Wilkins Laffoon, CWS f BCV, pp. 318-19, 451, 465.

Alonza Wilkins Laffoon Jr. —8 Jul 1928Our Darling

MAITLAND
Elson Bell Maitland2 Sep 1924 —2 Dec 1999PVT US ARMY - WORLD WAR II
Ida Laffoon Maitland13 Aug 1925 —Married 22 Feb 1947
Ida Elizabeth Laffoon married Elson B. Maitland, CWS f BCV, p. 465. Notes: Elson has a second government-issued military marker.

Bertie Estelle Lambert Bolling1880 —1965Wife of Norman Linwood Bolling
Mother of Robert A., Margaret,
and Norman Barrow Bolling
See CWS f BCV, pp. 319-20.

Norman B. Bolling1916 —1992
Notes: This is a small metal funeral home marker.

William Robert Hanks16 Sep 1882 —18 May 1924Christ loved him and
took him home.
William Robert Hanks married Blanche Moore, CWS f BCV, pp. 237-38.

DANIEL
Susan Pritchett Daniel3 Nov 1870 —8 Dec 1958MOTHER
God's greatest gift returned to God
OUR PARENTS
Lee Andrew Daniel23 Nov 1865 —26 Jul 1950FATHER
Susan Virginia Pritchett married Lee Andrew Daniel and nearby is their son, Thaddeus Franklin Daniel, who was assasinated, CWS f BCV, pp. 35, 353, 448-49, 453.

T. Franklin Daniel25 Feb 1900 —30 Jun 1942He has achieved success who has
lived well and loved much, who has
gained the respect of intelligent
men and the love of little children,
who has left the world better than
he found it, who has always looked
for the best in others and given
the best he had, whose life was
an inspriation, whose memory a
benediction.
His life was gentle and the
elements so mix'd in him, that
nature might stand up and say
to all the world “this was a man!”
“One that feared God and eschewed
Evil” JOB 1:1

Thaddeus Daniel29 Jan 1860 —22 Dec 1940HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED
SLEEP. PS. CXXVII:2

Thomas J. Wallace17 Mar 1863 —18 Oct 1945

Lucy Wallace Powell1 Jul 1867 —21 Feb 1945
Thomas Jackson Wallace and Lucy Gray Wallace were children of Sterling Leach Wallace, CWS f BCV, pp. 581-82.

Sterling Nathaniel Wallace1906 —1917BELOVED SON AND BROTHER
See CWS f BCV, p. 582.

MALONE
George Alva Malone5 Aug 1873 —5 Feb 1945
Nellie Ditto Malone16 May 1882 —28 Dec 1925
George Malone married Nellie Ditto, CWS f BCV, p. 351.

Maurice Denton Malone10 Jul 1915 —22 Apr 1916Son of Geo. A. & Nellie N. Malone
Our loved one.

Reba Malone26 Apr 1908 —26 Apr 1908Son of Geo. A. & Nellie N. Malone
Our loved one.

Leslie H. Daniel12 Dec 1910 —25 Jun 1943

G. Maynard Daniel17 May 1888 —23 Feb 1940A GOOD MAN
GONE TO HIS REWARD.
George Maynard Daniel, CWS f BCV, p. 141.

Susan V. Daniel13 Nov 1878 —29 Dec 1947HEAVEN'S ETERNAL YEAR IS THINE
Luther P. Daniel20 May 1874 —26 Sep 1928Having finished life's duties
He now sweetly rests.
Luther Pryor Daniel married Susan Virginia Daniel and their sons, Sydnor Pryor and Lloyd B. Daniel are here, CWS f BCV, pp. 141, 148-49.

James P. Hastings1 Sep 1848 —13 Jan 1929God gave - He took
He doeth all things well.
Lucy Isabella Hastings1 Sep 1852 —15 Mar 1938Wife of J.P. Hastings
MOTHER

Mary Jane Barrow1818 —1898Wife of Lewis Barrow
Mary Jane Browder married as his second wife Joseph Lewis Barrow and children buried nearby include Mary Jane Barrow, CWS f BCV, pp. 54, 583.



Mary Jane Barrow1847 —1910

George Tyler Hawthorne29 Dec 1874 —17 Jul 1947
Lillian Justice Hawthorne7 Jul 1877 —20 Sep 1960
Lillian Crawley Justice married George T. Hawthorne and nearby is their son Leland, CWS f BCV, p. 296.

Leland A. Hawthorne1911 —1938

DANIEL
Kate Bell Stone Daniel24 Feb 1882 —15 Nov 1940For thou hast delivered my
soul from death, mine eyes
from tears, and my feet from
failing. PSALM 116:8. - In the
Blessed Saviour's arms.
MOTHER
Eddie H. Daniel7 Mar 1875 —20 Dec 1947FATHER
Edward H. Daniel married Katherine Bell Stone, CWS f BCV, pp. 144, 310, 318.

Otis Ruff Rawlings11 Apr 1889 —23 Sep 1937FATHER
Minnie Justice Rawlings4 Sep 1879 —14 Nov 1948
Minerva “Minnie” Jane Justice married Otis Rawlings, CWS f BCV, pp. 296, 464.

MAITLAND
Florence Bishop Maitland31 Aug 1885 —14 Sep 1944The Gates of Heaven
for them shall open wide.
Wyatt Samuel Maitland3 Jul 1875 —30 May 1949

Herbert Lee Gunn28 Apr 1862 —28 Oct 1944
See CWS f BCV, p. 224.

George W. Lambert1 Mar 1885 —6 Feb 1932
Lucy Etta Gunn Lambert4 May 1890 —12 Dec 1924
Lucy Etta Gunn married George Lambert, CWS f BCV, p. 224.

???? Lambert Died August 1?46
Age 1 month
Notes: This is a small metal funeral home marker.

Lewis L. Lambert9 Aug 1917 —10 Nov 1950VIRGINIA
JEC5 526 ORD HV MAINT CO
WORLD WAR II

C. P. Kirk1878 —1936
Charles P. Kirk, CWS f BCV, p. 311.

Peter H. Daniel1 Dec 1892 —6 Oct 1918KILLED IN FRANCE
He fought a good fight. He
gave his life for his country.

Mary Belle Powell23 Jun 1899 —2 Apr 1988BEYOND THE SUNSET
Likely Mary Belle Daniel who married first Peter H. Daniel, CWS f BCV, p. 141.

John Sylvester Powell31 Dec 1895 —11 Mar 1939VIRGINIA
BUGLER CO F 317 INFANTRY
WORLD WAR I
PH
See CWS f BCV, p. 582.

Harrison Barrow Powell22 Oct 1921 —7 Jan 1963BM2 US NAVY
WORLD WAR II

RAWLINGS
Thomas G. Rawlings31 Mar 1860 —24 Feb 1941GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Etta M. Rawlings7 Feb 1861 —26 Aug 1943
Ladora Etta Matthews married Thomas G. Rawlings, CWS f BCV, pp. 186, 226, 464.
 
A small partially fenced plot 20 ft x 30 ft for Mayton, Daniel & Hudson.

MAYTON
Bloomy M. Mayton15 Jan 1879 —2 Oct 1945United in Life and
in death not parted.
Lula Daniel Mayton17 Jul 1878 —7 Dec 1945
Lula B. Daniel married Bloomy Mayton and nearby is their son Harvey, CWS f BCV, pp. 318, 360.

Harvey N. Mayton1897 —1956

Luther Oliver Hudson18 Mar 1873 —4 Dec 1942REST IN PEACE

David Virgil Nash22 Mar 1877 —22 Aug 1912Son of W.A & Eola Nash
Twas hard to give thee up,
But thy will O God be done
A dutiful son and faithful brother.
The son of William Alford Nash and cousin Eola Nash, who are also said to be buried here, CWS f BCV, p. 394.
 
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Sarah E. Barrow is buried here, although no stone could be located, CWS f BCV, p. 54.

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