Raney-Mallory Family Cemetery
CWS f BCV:At Smoky Ordinary. CWS f BCV, pp. 348-49, 504, 586.
Latitude:36º 50' 5.5" N   (36.834871)
Longitude:77º 43' 50.0" W   (-77.730547)
GNIS ID:1472969
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Alexander Mallory Jr.16 Aug 1836 —25 Jul 1872In memory of
“The path of the just is as the
shining light that shineth
more and more unto the
perfect day”
See CWS f BCV, p. 349. Notes: Alexander Mallory Jr. married Mary Atkinson (1839-1928), sister of John P. Atkinson. She is buried in a Mallory plot in Magnolia Cemetery, Zebulon, Pike County, Georgia.

Mary Gates Mallory18 Oct 1870 —Jul 1872infant daughter of
illegible
Daughter of Alexander and Mary Mallory, CWS f BCV, p. 349.

John P. Atkinson —9 Aug 1861died at Richmond, Va.
19 yrs. and 9 days
Notes: John P. Atkinson III was mortally wounded at the Battle of First Manassas 21 July 21 1861.

Mary L. Atkinson Sacred to the memory of
Mary L.
consort of
John P. Atkinson
who died December 15, 1844(?)
in the 38th year of her age
(illegible verse)
Notes: Mary L. Harwell married John P. Atkinson in Brunswick County 18 August (bond) 1834, BCVM, p. 12. He remarried after her death and moved to Georgia. He and his wife buried at Coke’s Chapel Methodist Church, Coweta County, Georgia.

Dr. George Monroe Raney1 Oct 1829 —24 Jan 1899“An eminent physician
a useful citizen
a tender and
affectionate husband
a kind and
loving father
a true
friend”
Elizabeth Baugh Mallory Raney21 Jul 1832 —9 Aug 1912“as a wife devoted
as a mother affectionate
as a friend ever Kind and true”
Elizabeth Baugh Mallory married Dr. George Raney, CWS f BCV, p. 348.

Robert Alexander Raney24 Jun 1854 —15 May 1928
See CWS f BCV, p. 348.

Agnes Hamlin Trotter Raney12 Jun 1865 —15 Sep 1922his wife
A H T R
Agnes Hamlin Trotter, CWS f BCV, p. 562.

Mary Short —17 Jan 1938

Wilma Agnes Raney6 Oct 1913 —11 Nov 1913

Marguerite Raney Manning1903 —1949
Marguerite Raney, wife of Basil Manning, CWS f BCV, p. 586.

George M. Raney9 Jun 1894 —10 Jul 1931
 
Next 5 on same stone.

Annie R. Short31 Oct 1895 —25 Mar 1899
Daughter of William M. and Florence Short, CWS f BCV, pp. 503-4.

William M. Short6 Sep 1846 —8 Jan 1902
Pvt. William Mallory Short, CWS f BCV, pp. 503-4.

Florence J. Short14 Jan 1859 —2 Sep 1918
Florence J. Raney, wife of William M. Short, CWS f BCV, pp. 503-4.

Landon G. Short25 May 1880 —27 May 1904
Son of William M. and Florence Short, CWS f BCV, pp. 503-4.

Florence M. Short10 Jan 1888 —28 Oct 1908
Daughter of William M. and Florence Short, CWS f BCV, pp. 503-4.

Edward G. Raney1898 —1949
Edward Garland Raney, CWS f BCV, p. 583.

Jessie Short Seymore3 Jan 1893 —2 Oct 1971

Edward Garland Raney Jr.5 Oct 1928 —1980
See CWS f BCV, p. 583.

Peggy Jones Raney1930 —17 Jul 1986
Notes: Peggy Jones married E.G. Raney Jr.

Florence Dillard Raney Pridgen29 Apr 1890 —17 Oct 1986wife of
Dr. James H. Pridgen

 

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