Nash Family Cemetery
Notes:Located just inside Mecklenburg County on the west side of Cleaton Rd. (Route 625), approx. 0.5 mi. south of Canaan Church Rd. (Route 625), no more than 150 yd. off the road, in the rear/side yard of a small white house. These 3 stones, the only ones found, are enclosed by an ornate iron fence in an area approx. 12 ft x 10 ft. There is evidence of graves outside the small fenced area, but the number cannot be determined because it is too overgrown.
Latitude:36º 39' 36.1" N   (36.660028)
Longitude:78º 2' 41.5" W   (-78.044861)
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John George Nash14 May 1836 —12 Jan 1879At rest
Pvt. Jonathan George Nash, CSA, CWS f BCV, p. 395.



Roberta M. Tanner Nash28 May 1847 —20 Jan 1899Wife of
J.G. Nash
At rest
Roberta Tanner, wife of J.G. Nash, CWS f BCV, p. 395.



John E. Nash28 May 1874 —8 Oct 1912At rest
Jonathan “John Eddie” Nash, their son, CWS f BCV, p. 395.


 
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Jonathon Nash's brother Pvt. Robert Wilson Nash is buried here, although he has no stone, CWS f BCV, pp. 395-96.
 

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