Rawlings-Moore-Taylor Family Cemetery
Located on the west side of Christanna Hwy, (Route 46), just a few feet from the pavement, and approx. 250 yds north of a home with the address of 12679 Christanna Hwy, Lawrenceville. It is approx. 50 ft x 50 ft and is surrounded by a nice wire fence. At least 14 other graves are here as evidenced by fieldstones and uniform depressions.
Latitude:36º 41' 51.0" N   (36.697500)
Longitude:77º 51' 19.0" W   (-77.855278)
Transcribed:1999, 2008

Phillip H. Rawlings24 May 1848 —14 Oct 1915Servant of God well done
Philip Henry Rawlings, CWS f BCV, pp. 460, 466, 539.

Virginius W. Rawlings1853 —1918
Virginius Wilkes Rawlings whose wife Stella Rawlings is in Rock United Methodist Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 466.

Mary Ophelia Moore1869 —1894Daughter
Henrietta Rawlings Moore1839 —1907Mother
Asleep in Jesus
Mary Ophelia Moore, and her mother Henrietta Virginia Rawlings, wife of E.A. Moore, CWS f BCV, pp. 373-74.

Edward A. Moore4 Nov 1845 —10 Sep 1936Coleman's Co
This is a government-issued military marker.
Pvt. Edward Alexander Moore was the last surviving Confederate soldier actually living in Brunswick County, CWS f BCV, pp. 373-74.

Geo. W. Kidd15 Feb 1857 —10 Aug 1907
This is a 6 ft tall “Woodman of the World” stone.
Son-in-law of E.A. Moore, CWS f BCV, p. 374.

Robert L. Rawlings Coleman's Co
This is a government-issued military marker.
Pvt. Robert Larkin Rawlings, CWS f BCV, p. 468.

B.W.L. Taylor12 Oct 1844 —26 Oct 1915His toils are past
his work is done
He fought the fight - his victory won
Pvt. Benjamin Watkins Leigh Taylor, CWS f BCV, pp. 23, 296, 466, 539, 600.

Laura Rawlings Taylor10 Jun 1852 —20 Feb 1930
Laura Ann Gilliam Rawlings, wife of B.W.L. Taylor, CWS f BCV, p. 466.

Mary Evelyn Taylor24 Nov 1891 —1 Jun 1957
Mary Evelyn House, wife of Joseph C. Taylor, CWS f BCV, p. 539.

Joseph Cortez Taylor20 Aug 1886 —10 Sep 1927
Son of B.W.L. Taylor, CWS f BCV, p. 539.

 —17 Jan 1899Infant son of
E.A. & C.H. Williams
Asleep in Jesus
The Census of 1900 for Powellton District identified this couple with a one-month-old infant in the household, Family 163.
Son of Charles Henry Williams and Eddie Amanda Moore, daughter of E.A. Moore, both of whom are in Oakwood Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 620.

Florence G. Williams16 Sep 1909 —2 Nov 1914Asleep in Jesus
Daughter of Robert D. Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 620.

Mary V. Williams18 Jun 1905 —16 Jun 1906Asleep in Jesus
Daughter of Robert D. Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 620.

Mable Clair Williams16 Aug 1906 —12 Mar 1907Daughter of
Mr. & Mrs. R.B. Williams
Safe in the arms of Jesus
Daughter of Robert D. Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 620.

Robert D. Williams —18 Jul 1918Virginia
Coast Arty Corps
This is a government-issued military marker.
His wife, Martha Elizabeth Rawlings, is in Oakwood Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 466, 620.
The following two interments appeared on an inventory taken in 1999, but were not found in 2009.

Lucy Ella Rawlings1849 —1929
Lucy Ella Taylor, wife of Philip H. Rawlings, CWS f BCV, p. 466.

Joseph P. Rawlings1876 —1964
Son of Phillip Henry Rawlings, CWS f BCV, p. 466.


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