Manson Family Cemetery
Located on the north side of Lew Jones Rd. (Route 616), approx. 0.3 mi. west of Masons Mill Rd. (Route 606). It sits approx. 300 yd. off the road down a farm path.
Latitude:36º 56' 34.6" N   (36.942944)
Longitude:77º 54' 0.0" W   (-77.900000)

Capt. Joseph Richard Manson3 Apr 1831 —14 Apr 1918
Charlotte Ashby Manson3 Jul 1835 —12 Jun 1913Father - Mother
I have fought a good fight
I have finished my course
The Lord will take care of me
Capt. Manson, who served in 2nd Co. I, 12th Va. Infantry, is buried with his wife, Charlotte Hawes Ashby, CWS f BCV, pp. 355-56.

Charlot Hawes Manson3 Jul 1835 —12 Jun 1913Wife of
J.R. Manson
The Lord will take care of me
This is a very old stone that has been broken. She is the same person as the Charlotte Ashby Manson above. The stone above with both husband and wife's name on it was evidently placed much later than this one.

William E. Smith13 Apr 1908 —13 Feb 1949
William Edward Smith Jr., one of Dr. Pritchett's classmates, CWS f BCV, p. 513.

William E. Smith2 Feb 1871 —5 Aug 1918
Lottie Manson Smith Haskins20 Nov 1872 —20 Jul 1940Thy memory shall ever be
A guiding star to heaven
Charlotte Hawes Manson married William Edward Smith Sr., CWS f BCV, pp. 356, 512-13.

Willie Buckner Manson Died
Nov 1, 1889
18 years & 6 months
A dutiful son and loving brother
His memory is precious to us
Welcomed home to wander heaven
Saved through Jesus, home at last
Capt. Manson's son, CWS f BCV, p. 356.

Susan J. Manson In memory of
my mother
Who departed this life
April 24, 1874
Age 65 years
at rest
Capt. Manson's mother, Susan J. Maclin, CWS f BCV, p. 356.


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