Prospect United Methodist Church Cemetery
Address:1974 Ebony Rd.
Ebony 23845
Land for church was given by William J. Carroll Jr. in 1887. A number of stones have been damaged, destroyed, or removed.
Latitude:36º 34' 20.5" N   (36.572369)
Longitude:77º 59' 42.0" W   (-77.994993)
Website:Click Here
GNIS ID:1472807

The following transcriptions are from stones on the left side of the church.
Row 1

Johnnie W. King30 Mar 1901 —2 Oct 1989
Carrie J. King26 Nov 1907 —5 Sep 1975

Jasper L. King19 Oct 1929 —2 Oct 1980

Row 2

Ronald Lee Evans3 Jan 1948 —8 Sep 1997SP4 US ARMY

Robert W. Carroll16 May 1907 —14 Oct 1983
Nancy E. Carroll3 Jul 1914 —11 May 2000Together Forever

Row 2

Maynard S. Spence Sr.11 Jun 1926 —3 Oct 1986US MARINES CORPS
Flat government-issued military stone.

Row 3

Maynard S. Spence Jr.26 Dec 1958 —11 Sep 2001In Memory of
World Trade Center, NY

Lucille R. Spence25 Jun 1928 —14 May 1982Wife and Mother

Lessie C. Whittington15 Aug 1906 —12 Feb 1976Wife and mother

Row 4

Clarence E. Spence30 Nov 1929 —18 Dec 1971VIRGINIA

Dora C. Spence5 Oct 1900 —4 Dec 1992

Clarence Smithey Spence1 Dec 1900 —22 Mar 1982

Row 5

Gladys S. Spence19 Dec 1909 —2 Feb 1967
Lucy W. Spence8 Aug 1912 —9 Aug 2002
Footstones identify them as Gladys Stephen Spence and Lucy William Spence and give his date of death as 1 Feb 1967.
Gladys S. Spence married Lucy W. Spence, CWS f BCV, p. 640.

Charlie B. King17 Mar 1912 —2 Jun 2000Father
Julia C. King3 May 1916 —13 Apr 1980Mother

Row 6

James T. Odom 
This small stone 3 in. x 7 in. with only name engraved.

Row 7

Olivia E. King21 May 1893 —2 Apr 1970
Olivia Whitby married John W. King, who is buried here, and were the parents of Dorothy King who married Davie Writtenberry, CWS f BCV, pp. 307, 603.

Dorothy Writtenberry1919 —2007
Metal funeral home plate.

Gretchen W. Kidd10 Apr 1943 —3 Feb 2002

Row 8

Dennis R. King7 Dec 1957 —2 Jun 2000

Lula King Lee10 Mar 1924 —19 Jan 1996A Very Special Mom

Herbert Wilson King1919 —1981PVY US ARMY
Flat government-issued military stone.

Michael D. King24 Mar 1953 —4 May 1974

Leonard C. King3 Mar 1904 —8 Sep 1989
Blanche E. King17 Jul 1912 —28 Aug 1987

Adolphus B. King29 Jul 1910 —20 Aug 2000

Hal Keeney29 Oct 1926 —
Betty Keeney20 Jan 1929 —

Row 9

Emmett G. Jones6 Jan 1903 —17 Sep 1985
Gladys P. Jones8 Mar 1908 —22 Apr 1998There is Rest in Heaven

Nannie E. Jones30 Aug 1931 —7 Nov 2006Sister
In God's Care

James V. Evans14 Jul 1941 —6 May 2002
Nadine M. Evans15 Mar 1943 —

Lee J. Cunningham1 Jan 1946 —
Arlene J. Cunningham1 Jan 1943 —9 Dec 2005Walking with Jesus

Row 10

Bryant W. Baird5 Jul 1908 —6 Nov 1979
Olive W. Baird25 Jan 1916 —22 Jun 1981
Bryant Washington Baird married Olive Wynn, CWS f BCV, p. 49.

Milton G. Morris8 Aug 1922 —8 Mar 1998
Mary K. Morris1 Apr 1922 —

Row 11

Richard S. Moseley6 Oct 1945 —24 Apr 1996

Row 12

George W. Jones2 Feb 1912 —20 Jun 1963

Blanche Baird Jones15 Jul 1920 —21 Nov 1992
See CWS f BCV, p. 49.

Row 13

James L. Lett3 Oct 1938 —5 Jun 1995
Betty M. Lett18 Apr 1935 —In God's Care

Row 14

Edmund Coleman Shell1892 —1968
Jennie Jones Shell1902 —1965
Edmund C. Shell married Jennie Iva Jones, CWS f BCV, pp. 496, 636.

William H. Shell31 Oct 1929 —15 Dec 1963

Claude Draper Jones17 Nov 1919 —8 Nov 1981Jake
Blonnie Frances Moseley Jones24 Jul 1930 —17 Jun 2003Mama
Married Dec. 14, 1948
Forever in Our Hearts
Blondie Frances Moseley married Claude Draper Jones, CWS f BCV, p. 636.

Johnnie W. Stotesbury Jr.5 Jan 1929 —2 Aug 2000
Entwined hearts with Aug. 20, 1988 appear on the stone and “Husband” on a footstone.

William V. Moseley1920 —1966

Pauline S. Moseley1919 —1996
Pauline Spence married William Valentine Moseley, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Eddie L. Pulley13 Jul 1913 —23 Oct 1982
Laura T. Pulley9 Jan 1917 —3 Nov 1976

Dennis Ray Jones2 Jun 1953 —9 Nov 1992
Linda Gordon Jones23 Jun 1954 —Maried Jan. 18, 1974

Row 15

Samuel Harvey Moseley28 Aug 1916 —14 Feb 1991CAPT US ARMY

Robbie Moseley1917 —1967
Robbie Hart Edwards married Samuel Harvey Moseley, CWS f BCV, pp. 77, 390.

Kenneth Wayne Wesson10 Mar 1943 —“Curley”
Sylvia Kay Jones Wesson14 Sep 1949 —7 Nov 2005Married Apr. 6, 1968
Forever in Our Hearts

Row 16

Leland R. Lynch6 Oct 1902 —26 Oct 1987
Eva Morris Lynch5 Feb 1905 —3 Mar 1989
Stone has a farm and pasture scene.
Eva Belle Morris married Leland R. Lynch, CWS f BCV, p. 340.

Row 17

Robert Lee Jones9 Feb 1914 —7 Apr 1968VIRGINIA
Flat government-issued military stone.

Ethel Moseley Jones24 Jul 1928 —In Loving Memory

Howard S. Jones26 Feb 1958 —5 Feb 1976

Row 18

Herod A. Clary15 Aug 1887 —22 Apr 1972Gone But Not Forgotten
Herod Atwell Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Lottie Odell Clary19 May 1894 —23 Apr 1978
Sister of Herod and Howard, CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Howard W. Clary25 Apr 1898 —4 Aug 1982
See CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Hazel Moody Maitland23 Aug 1947 —10 Sep 1989Beloved Wife and Mother

Walter L. Maitland1939 —2004
Metal funeral home plate.

Bertha Baird Moody1911 —1998
Metal funeral home plate.
Bertha Baird married Anderson Moody, CWS f BCV, p. 49.

Anderson C. Moody4 Feb 1921 —2 Aug 1999US Army
World War II
Upright government-issued military stone.

Row 19

Herod Atwell Clary Jr.1927 —1998
Metal funeral home plate.
See CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Row 20

Annie L. Luff 
3 in x 7 in stone, name only.

William K. Snead7 Jan 1930 —25 Nov 2000US Army
Flat government-issued military stone.

Cook O. King1913 —1983PFC US Army
World War II
Flat government-issued military stone.
See CWS f BCV, p. 310.

Raymond L. Leonard4 Oct 1934 —30 Jun 1994Married Nov. 16, 1968
Love Lives On
Grace L. Leonard29 Nov 1925 —22 Mar 2008
A footstone indicates Raymond Leroy Leonard served in the US Army.

Leonard W. Frank24 Jul 1932 —30 Dec 1995Apr. 14, 1956
Marilyn S. Frank13 Jan 1936 —
Image of two rings indicate they married in 1956.

Row 21

Hubert Lightfoot Edwards28 Feb 1913 —15 Oct 1985
Pauline Moseley Edwards28 May 1914 —9 May 1992
Mary Pauline Moseley married Hubert Lightfoot Edwards, CWS f BCV, pp. 77, 390.

Johnny F. House3 Jul 1932 —7 Oct 1990
Shelby C. House16 Oct 1940 —

Row 22

Benjamin F. Deanes Jr.29 Feb 1948 —6 Dec 1988Husband of
Carol Edwards Deanes
God Sees Us As We Can Be
But Loves Us As We Are
Footstone reads “Freddie/Do not stand at/my grave and cry/I am not here/I did not die”.
The following transcriptions are from stones on the right side of the church.

Hobson J. Clary1 Sep 1899 —9 Jul 1979
Bessie T. Clary2 Jan 1904 —26 Mar 1990
Bessie Taylor married Hobson Taylor, CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Russell D. Clary16 Jan 1889 —29 Oct 1961North Carolina
PVT CO C 322 Infantry
World War I PH
Flat government-issued military stone.
See CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Edward B. Clary15 Apr 1908 —1 Aug 1978
See CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Berta Irene Clary7 Jan 1892 —13 Dec 1979Gone But Not Forgotten
Berta Clary married Eugene Rawlings Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Eugene Rawlings Clary8 Mar 1887 —19 Mar 1980Gone But Not Forgotten

Samuel E. Parrish1882 —1960Married Mar. 24, 1904
Rebecca L. Parrish1889 —1976

Larry N. Edenbeck1960 —1962
Kimberly F. Edenbeck1963 —1970

Berly Edenbeck1963 —1970
Metal funeral home plate.

Elizabeth Edenbeck1937 —2008
Metal funeral home plate.

Harry Byrd Edenbeck1931 —2007
Metal funeral home plate.

Mary Florence Edenbeck15 Aug 1888 —17 Feb 1956Mother
Richard Edenbeck15 Feb 1884 —13 Feb 1977Father
May God Bless You
Until We Meet
Mary Whitby married Richard D. Edenbeck and nearby is their son Harry, CWS f BCV, p. 603.

John Wright King5 Apr 1893 —10 Jun 1977Father
Birth also interpreted as 6 Apr 1895. He married Olivia Whitby, who is buried in this cemetery, and they were the parents of Alfrus M. King, CWS f BCV, pp. 307, 603.

Alfrus Martin King11 Apr 1916 —28 Jan 1980Brother

Emmett H. King30 Oct 1907 —30 Oct 1986
Bessie E. King30 Apr 1911 —12 Sep 2003

Carrie Belle King11 Apr 1898 —6 May 1955

Walter P. King26 Dec 1896 —21 Jan 1962US Army
Flat government-issued military stone.

Luther Frederick King2 Apr 1921 —6 Mar 1986US Army
World War II
Flat government-issued military stone.

Elaine Noel King22 Feb 1921 —16 Apr 2008US Army

Wanda Leigh King19 Mar 1982 —19 Mar 1982

Jimmie S. King Sr.26 May 1930 —11 Feb 1998
Joan B. King25 Oct 1955 —Married March 20, 1976

“Peking” Walter Pearson King15 Aug 1978 —8 Dec 1982Gone, To Be An Angel

Genee Carroll20 May 1901 —17 Aug 1957At Rest
Marbles are imbedded in top and base of stone.

Nan Carroll 
Name only in 3 in x 7 in stone.
Likely Nan King who married “General” Carroll, depicted above as Genee Carroll, CWS f BCV, p. 644.

Lillie King Carroll15 Sep 1905 —29 Jan 1989In Loving

Henry Clay Smith12 Jul 1949 —18 Apr 1952Son of
Roy C. & Hattie B.
Gone But Not Forgotten

Jasper H. Edenbeck10 Jan 1926 —31 Mar 1997
Hattie K. Edenbeck13 May 1927 —
Jasper H. Edenbeck married Hattie K. Edenbeck, CWS f BCV, p. 603.

William Conner25 Apr 1865 —9 Aug 1956
Ella Conner1 Apr 1872 —20 Aug 1954
Elmyra Lynch married William Conner, CWS f BCV, p. 130.

Sarah H. Thomas Conner5 Oct 1881 —7 Apr 1940Wife of
H.W. Conner
Gone But Not Forgotten

Henry W. Conner29 Apr 1873 —6 Aug 1968
Henry Conner, brother of William Conner, married Sallie F. Thomas, CWS f BCV, p. 130.

Sarah Ruby Kidd10 Feb 1917 —2 Aug 2003
Richard Wilson Kidd14 Dec 1917 —11 Jul 1994

Robert S. Spence10 Jun 1868 —18 Jan 1940Let our Fathers
will be done
This is a Woodmen of the World memorial.

Ida Spence18 May 1870 —20 Jun 1919Wife of
Robert S.
A good woman and
a loving mother
May we meet again.
Ida Jones married Robert Stephan Spence and were the parents of Cullen and Howard Spence, CWS f BCV, p. 518.

Cullen Spence22 Mar 1891 —19 Oct 1918Gave His Life in U.S. Army service, Gone to his Reward

Howard B. Spence21 Apr 1908 —8 Feb 1910Son of R.S. & Ida Spence

30 Apr 1917 —4 May 1917Infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Spence

Maude Birdsong Harris19 Sep 1910 —5 May 1998

Helen Huff Harris23 May 1906 —3 Dec 1996

Courtney M. Harris24 Jul 1877 —8 Dec 1959
Lavinia Courtney Moseley married Huff Harris and were parents of Maude and Helen Harris buried nearby, CWS f BCV, pp. 64, 239.

Huff Harris14 Jun 1877 —16 Aug 1945

Virginia T. Harris7 Nov 1860 —26 Aug 1940

John S. Harris27 Feb 1845 —9 Dec 1915
Nearby are two white rocks indicating an adult grave.
Pvt. John Sterling Harris married Virginia T. Bradley, CWS f BCV, p. 241.

Samuel A. Taylor28 Aug 1900 —4 Jan 1966Our Father
See CWS f BCV, p. 115.

Claude Mason Wright4 Sep 1912 —8 Oct 1964North Carolina
M SGT US Marine Corps
World War II
Flat government-issued military stone.

James I. Taylor30 Jan 1894 —25 Jun 1910Twas hard to give thee up
But Thy Will O God be done.

Charlie B. Taylor8 May 1857 —16 Jan 1925

Mary E. Pearson Taylor28 Sep 1861 —2 Jun 1935Wife of
Charlie B. Taylor

Edward Mason Wright16 Feb 1886 —3 Jan 1942
Bernice Taylor Wright17 Sep 1891 —11 Apr 1982
A Branch Funeral Home marker indicates her name was Bernice Mae T. Wright.
Bernice Taylor married Edward M. Wright, CWS f BCV, p. 637.

Mattie Taylor1874 —1953
John Taylor1875 —1949
Mattie Taylor married John Taylor, CWS f BCV, pp. 538-39.

Wilma P. Taylor22 Nov 1913 —6 Mar 1996Beloved Aunt

John Garland Taylor10 Jan 1910 —26 Apr 1991
See CWS f BCV, pp. 114-15.

John Garland Taylor Jr.28 Apr 1934 —9 Sep 1985US NAVY
Flat government-issued military stone.

Robert E. Coleman18 Nov 1920 —19 Jun 1969WEST VIRGINIA
Shirley S. Coleman5 May 1925 —2 Jan 2001Wife, Mother, Teacher and Friend

Infant Son Taylor9 Jun 1971 —
Elizabeth Meade Taylor26 Nov 1976 —26 Oct 1991
Presumably the infant son died the day of birth.

Grant Roberts Jerding21 Apr 1972 —8 Jul 2002
This is a rock with plaque on top of a flat stone.

Robert D. Powell7 Feb 1875 —20 Jan 65
Sarah Purdy Powell30 Apr 1882 —29 Apr 1973
Robert Daniel Powell married Sarah Stuart Purdy, CWS f BCV, pp. 444, 456.

Howard H. Barnes22 Mar 1922 —4 Mar 1999
Juanita A. Barnes4 Aug 1925 —3 Aug 1994In God's Care
A flat government stone indicates Howard served in the US Navy during World War II.

Christopher M. Martin6 Jan 1944 —27 Jul 1999Revelation 21:4
A footstone indicates Christopher M. Martin Sr. was a First LT in the US ARMY.

Cora B. Harris2 Sep 1866 —31 Feb 21Rock of Ages
Wife of
G.B. Harris
Faithful to
her trust
Even unto death

Gilbert Briggs Harris9 Oct 1866 —27 Jan 1929Rock of Ages
Our Father
Cora Belle Ford married Gilbert Briggs Harris and nearby is their daughter Eula Briggs Harris, CWS f BCV, pp. 207, 239.

Eula B. Harris1901 —1991“Bucky”

Robert T. Purdy18 Aug 1864 —25 Jun 1935
Lona F. Purdy13 Sep 1872 —10 Aug 1948
Lona B. Ford married as his second wife Robert T. Purdy, CWS f BCV, pp. 153, 207, 240, 456.

Robert Edwin Purdy21 Sep 1900 —18 Dec 1903?????
R.T. & L.F. Purdy

Edward Benjamin Purdy18 Oct 1872 —3 Jan 1946

Sallie Ford Purdy18 Oct 1876 —19 Oct 1940Wife of E.B. Purdy
Sarah J. Ford married Edward Benjamin Purdy, CWS f BCV, p. 207456.

Rosalind Smith Ford1878 —1934Wife of Robert E. Ford

Robert Edward Ford30 Jul 1874 —24 Sep 1950
Robert married first Rosalind Smith and second, Maggie Barker. By his first wife he was the father of Katie Ford who married Ed Whitcomb, R.E. Ford Jr., and Henry Ford who married Mary Louise Moseley, buried nearby, CWS f BCV, p. 207.

Maggie Barker Ford1898 —1949Wife of Robert E. Ford

Robert Edward Ford Jr.14 Aug 1909 —18 Dec 1980LTJG US NAVY
Flat government-issued military stone.

Aline Cannon Ford2 Oct 1907 —16 Nov 2004

Katie Ford Whitcomb7 Oct 1911 —7 Nov 1996

Louise Moseley Ford5 Dec 1906 —22 Jan 2000
William Henry Ford15 Jun 1908 —17 Apr 1997Married Oct. 24, 1942

Mollie Manning FordJan 1849 —Dec 1921Mother
He did ???? me ????.

Wm. J. Ford22 Dec 1833 —16 Mar 1905
A marker at his feet identifies him as having served in Co. G., 21st Virginia Regiment.
Pvt. William Jackson Ford married Mary M. Manning and nearby are children William Manning, Robert Edward, Stephen T., and Mollie Green Ford. Other children elsewhere in this cemetery include Sallie (Ford) Purdy, Lona (Ford) Purdy, and Cora Belle (Ford) Harris, CWS f BCV, p. 207.

Stephen Turner Ford31 Jan 1879 —6 Mar 1922

Mollie Green Ford8 Feb 1883 —2 Jul 1924Twas Hard to Give thee up. But Thy Will O God be done.

William M. Ford1871 —1929

Lewis Byron Ford1914 —1914
The following stones are behind of the church.

Alice R. Jones5 Jun 1860 —15 Jul 1936Wife of W.M. Jones

Weldon M. Jones16 Apr 1860 —10 Apr 1904My loved one will wait at the harbor for me,
When the beautiful gates unfold
To welcome me home when
from Sin I'll be freee,
When the beautiful gates unfold.
Weldon M. Jones married Rebecca Alice Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 114.

Richard Clary CO. 1, 20 VA. INF.
Upright government-issued military stone.
Pvt. Richard J. Clary married Caroline J. Lynch, CWS f BCV, p. 113.

Caroline Clary1832 —1920Wife of Richard Clary

Virginia L. Clary1865 —29 Jan 1938
Possibly identical to Jennie Clary, daughter of Richard Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 113.

Robert Thomas King Sr.20 Jan 1884 —20 Jul 1942

Sallie Wright King16 Oct 1887 —19 Feb 1969
Sallie M. Wright married Robert T. King and nearby is their son Wilbur, CWS f BCV, p. 305.

Wilbur L. King27 Sep 1911 —17 May 1953

Ruby Tatum Brasswell1913 —1988
Robert Thomas Brasswell1913 —1982
A nearby stone for Robert Thomas Braswell indicates he was a sergeant in the U.S. Army.
Robert Thomas Baswell, born 4 Dec 1913, married Ruby Harrison Tatum, CWS f BCV, pp. 75, 249.

J. Bernard Braswell1909 —1970Our Brother
Joseph Bernard Braswell, brother of R.T. Braswell, CWS f BCV, p. 75.

Ruffin R. Braswell1881 —1945At Rest
Robert Ruffin Braswell (6 Nov 1880 - Oct 1945), CWS f BCV, p. 76.

Nancy J. Braswell1883 —1968Our Mother
Nancy Jones Braswell, sister of Robert R. Braswell, married her cousin James Thomas Braswell, CWS f BCV, p. 76.

William M. Bottoms3 Oct 1921 —9 Oct 1922Son of N.J. Bottoms
This handmade stone was difficult to read.

W.H. Bottoms3 Oct 1921 —9 Oct 1922
Presumably identical to the above?

Robert Lee Whitby Son of E.L. and Ida Whitby
Nearby is a stone that reads “Husband.”

Mary C. Whitby Daughter of E.L. and Ida Whitby

Robert T. King Jr.1924 —1973PFC ARMY AIR FORCES
Flat government-issued military stone.

Buck C. Clary11 Jan 1894 —7 Sep 1904Son of H.L. and A.J. Clary
A little time on
Earth he spent
Till God for his
angel sent.
Buchanan Clary (1 Jun 1894), son of Hezekiah L. Clary and Ana J. Richardson, CWS f BCV, p. 109.

E.F. Clary —5 Feb 1906In Loving Rememberance of
My Mother
“At Rest”

Mattie J. Clary9 Mar 1869 —13 Mar 1920Mother
Wife of T.M. Clary
Trusting in the Savior
Adjacent to Mattie's is a broken stone most of which is obliterated. What remains indicates it belongs to a Clary who died in 1915.

Thomas M. Clary15 Jul 1872 —21 Nov 1927At Rest
Thomas Merritt Clary married first Mattie J. Clary, CWS f BCV, pp. 109-10, 114.

Darcy Paul MoseleyNov 1877 —16 Jun 1937
Mamie Clary Moseley7 Mar 1881 —21 Jul 1955
D'Arcy Paul Moseley married Mamie B. Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Herbert Baxter Harris Jr.9 Jan 1942 —4 Aug 2004
Mary Ann Ford Harris3 Dec 1945 —Married Aug. 19, 1967

Frank Walter Robinson7 May 1940 —9 Sep 1998US MARINES
Flat government-issued military stone.

Hattie Bottoms 
This name is depicted on a 5” x 7” stone and on a metal funeral home plate from Williams Funeral Home.
Three mostly destroyed stones depict the names of Ollie Bottoms, Willie Nannie, and Annie P. Nannie.

Ollie Bottoms 

Willie Nannie 

Annie P. Nannie 
Anna Pearl Kirkland married William J. Nannie in 1923, CWS f BCV, p. 311.

Dylan P. Colbert2001 —2001
Metal funeral home plate.

Annie L. Pulley22 May 1904 —2 May 1910

Margaret K. Pulley11 Jan 1870 —7 Sep 1942

Willie T. Pulley15 May 1867 —11 Jan 1951
Willie Pulley married Margaret King, CWS f BCV, p. 307.

Harry L. Pulley29 Jan 1924 —9 Jan 1944VIRGINIA
Upright government-issued military stone. His death in early January 1944 suggests Pulley died during the Battle of Monte Cassino, Italy.

Martha A. Pulley1848 —1920Grandmother

Nannie P. Kirkland Pulley1888 —1960Mother
Emmett Lee Pulley1874 —1930Father

Alva Pulley1912 —1937Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Crowder
Wife of Charlie Pulley
Gone But Not Forgotten
Charlie may be identical to Charles E. Pulley, CWS f BCV, p. 454.

Richard T. Crowder21 Jan 1921 —4 Feb 1945VIRGINIA
Flat government-issued military stone. PFC Crowder likely lost his life during the Battle of the Bulge in which the 104th Infantry Division was activley engaged.

Thomas Wiley Crowder28 Aug 1870 —17 Apr 1958His Memory is Blessed

Nettie G. Crowder4 Oct 1882 —11 May 1971Always Remembered

John B. Harris24 Oct 1919 —4 Sep 1992“Diamond”
Virginia C. Harris28 Sep 1919 —20 May 2008“Boots”
The stone was installed in February 2009.

Charlie Pulley Jr.14 Nov 1937 —28 Nov 1937Son of Mr & Mrs Charlie Pulley
At Rest
The following 7 stones are within a flat cement barrier with a monument stone ingraved Moseley.

Mary Etta Purdy Moseley1870 —1932Wife of R.S. Moseley

Robert Simpson Moseley1868 —1941
Robert Simpson Moseley married first Mary Etta Purdy, CWS f BCV, pp. 389, 456.

William Stuart Moseley1898 —1983

William Stuart Moseley30 Apr 1898 —18 Jul 1983US ARMY

Annie Duke Moseley1893 —1994Wife of W.S. Moseley
Anne Duke married William Stuart Moseley, son of R.S. Moseley, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Mary Stuart Moseley1925 —2000Daughter of William S. & Annie Moseley

 Infant Son of W.S. & A.D. Moseley
The following 7 stones are within a flat cement barrier with a monument stone ingraved Moseley.

Rosser Cleveland Moseley6 Apr 1884 —10 Aug 1942

Herman Jackson Moseley14 Nov 1886 —1 Apr 1919

James Walter Moseley28 Oct 1861 —9 Jan 1920

Lucy Ford Moseley4 Nov 1862 —5 Dec 1951
Lucy Jane Ford married James Walter Moseley and were the parents of Rosser Cleveland, Herman Jackson, and Walter Bernard Moseley buried in this plot, CWS f BCV, p. 389.

Florrie Pearson Moseley6 Jul 1903 —8 Jun 1977

Walter Bernard Moseley15 Jul 1890 —8 Feb 1967
Walter married first Myrtle Lea Gibbs and second, Florrie Gay Pearson, CWS f BCV, p. 389.

Myrtle Gibbs Moseley7 Mar 1897 —25 Aug 1920

Helen Z. Harris1918 —2008
Metal funeral home plate.

William Grady Harris1921 —2007
Metal funeral home plate.
See CWS f BCV, p. 461.

Selena V. Moseley11 Aug 1885 —27 Mar 1980

Harvey B. Moseley25 Nov 1879 —17 Dec 1949Gone But Not Forgotten
Harvey Bartimeus Moseley married Salena James Valentine, CWS f BCV, pp. 389-90, 461.

Lula Valentine Moseley1 May 1883 —19 Nov 1971

Samuel H. Moseley, M.D.28 Oct 1874 —26 Apr 1925
Samuel Herod Moseley married Lula Virginia Valentine, sister of Salena, CWS f BCV, pp. 390, 461.

Sarah Belle Moseley1875 —1910

Henry Birdsong Moseley1873 —1952
Henry married first cousin Sarah Belle Moseley, and second Ruth Bradley who is buried not far away, CWS f BCV, pp. 64, 390.

Eppa Arthur M. Moseley1899 —1903

Virginia Clay Moseley1897 —1900

Margaret Alice Purdy9 Feb 1895 —22 Mar 1896Daughter of William J. & Doma P. Purdy
Remainder of inscription is indecipherable.

Doma P. Purdy19 Feb 1870 —22 Nov 1896Wife of William J. Purdy
Tis hard to breath, the tender cared
When love has bound the heart
Tis hard, so hard to speak the words,
Must we forever part.
Doma Phipps Moseley married William James Purdy who is in Blandford Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 390, 456.

Grady G. Harris20 Feb 1890 —27 Jun 1927
Grady Garland Harris was the first husband of Rebecca Elizabeth Valentine, CWS f BCV, pp. 240, 461.

Sarah M. Baird1919 —1982
Emory F. Baird1913 —1990Great Love lives On
An image of a man and a woman on a bench at sunset is depicted on the stone. Footstones read “Mama” and “Daddy.”
Sarah Odell Moseley married Emory F. Baird, CWS f BCV, pp. 49, 390.

Emma Moseley Wall1908 —1942
Mary Emma Moseley married J. Holton Wall, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

21 Apr 1931 —21 Apr 1931Infant Son of Holton and Emma Wall

Susan A. Moseley Salmons27 Oct 1871 —15 Feb 1942Wife of J.K. Salmons
No more suffering
No more pain
At rest with Jesus
See CWS f BCV, p. 64.

Corp. William H. Stark CO. C 46 N.C. INF C.S.A.
Upright government-issued military stone.
Cpl. William H. Stark married first Mary Jane Moseley, CWS f BCV, pp. 526-27.

Mary J.M. Stark1841 —1899

Sarah Green Moseley18 Nov 1840 —14 Jan 1901Married to S.J. Moseley
Dec. 19, 1860
There is a world where,
Where sorrows are unknown
A long eternaly of love,
Formed for the good alone
Her duty done lifes trails borne
The Master whispered Welcome Home.

Samuel Jackson Moseley6 Jun 1836 —28 Apr 1900A brave soldier, a useful citizen, an
earnest Christian,
Blessed are the dead who die in
the Lord, they rest from their labors
and their works folow them.
Samuel Jackson Moseley married Sarah Green Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 389.

Dorothy Kidd Ellis25 Aug 1912 —2 Jul 2006

Edward Clifton Ellis21 Oct 1906 —2 Sep 1977

Elva Moore Kidd27 Apr 1915 —1 Aug 1975

Ruth Bradley Moseley1 Aug 1889 —11 Apr 1983
Second wife of Henry Birdsong Moseley, CWS f BCV, pp. 240, 390.

Edward Earle Moseley3 Apr 1924 —11 Jul 1992
See CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Hilda Tatum Moseley18 Sep 1926 —8 Dec 1985Wife of Edward Earle Moseley

Albert R. Moseley12 Feb 1902 —22 Jan 1963
Albert Randal Moseley, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Mary Lillie Moseley8 Oct 1875 —4 Apr 1916Wife of W.A. Moseley

William Abner Moseley9 Nov 1872 —14 Apr 1938
William Abner Moseley married first Mary Lillie Valentine, and second, Stella Gregory, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Stella Gregory Moseley15 Oct 1893 —12 Jan 1986Wife of William Abner Moseley

Samuel Aubrey Moseley23 Apr 1907 —9 Apr 1986
See CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Bessie Wall Moseley10 Jan 1910 —2 Apr 1987

Lillie Moseley House30 May 1918 —19 Feb 1921
Lillie Valentine Moseley, sister of Samuel A. and Albert R. Moseley, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Staff Sergeant E. Emory Moseley —20 Nov 1943In Grateful Memory of
Who died in the service of His Country in the Central Pacific Area

Mary Carter Moseley1916 —1932

Eva Emory Moseley1892 —1982

C. Leonard Moseley1894 —1962
Clarence Leonard Moseley, CWS f BCV, p. 390.

Ruth Henne Moseley8 Jul 1921 —9 Feb 1982

Edward Simpson Moseley21 Apr 1923 —15 May 2006

Elizabeth Kidd Moseley22 Apr 1923 —17 Dec 1997

Charles L. Purdy Jr.13 Jan 1909 —10 Jan 1970SGT 1322 SVC COMD UNIT

Charles L. Purdy, M.D.13 Oct 1867 —29 Nov 1937

Lucye Orgain Purdy31 Mar 1881 —16 May 1931Wife of Charles L. Purdy, M.D.
Lucy Goode Orgain married Dr. Charles Leonard Purdy, CWS f BCV, pp. 410, 456.

Annette Thomas Purdy10/?/1839 —8 Oct 1915Twas hard to give thee up,
But Thy Will O God, be done.

William Stuart Purdy15 May 1831 —4 Nov 1909
The remainder of the inscription is unreadable.
Pvt. William Stuart Purdy married Annette Thomas, CWS f BCV, p. 456.

Maggie Atwill Purdy14 Dec 1877 —21 Jun 1892
The remainder of the inscription is unreadable.

Stephen Thomas Purdy19 Mar 1918 —16 Mar 1990S SGT US ARMY WORLD WAR II
Flat government-issued military stone.

Lucy Moseley Nash18 May 1930 —
Lucy Gay Moseley married A.J. Nash, CWS f BCV, p. 389.

Andrew Jackson Nash19 Feb 1926 —24 Jul 1980

Andrew Jackson Nash1926 —1980SK2 US NAVY WORLD WAR II
Flat government-issued military stone.

 —6 Oct 1991Infant Son of Andrew Moseley and Wendy Clary Nash

Dennis E. Adkison1925 —1994Father
Macie A. Adkison1938 —1995Mother
Precious Lord Take My Hand

Dennis Elwood Adkison25 Jan 1925 —20 Oct 1994US ARMY
This stone is at the foot of Dennis' other stone.
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Pvt. Joseph Watkins Spence and his wife, Tabitha A. Wright, are buried here, CWS f BCV, p. 518.

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