Rawlings-Moore-Taylor Family Cemetery
Notes: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 fieldsones and uniform depressions.
Latitude:36º 41' 51.0" N   (36.697500)
Longitude:77º 51' 19.0" W   (-77.855278)
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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.

MOORE
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
VA HV ARTY
C.S.A.
Pvt. Edward Alexander Moore was the last surviving Confederate soldier actually living in Brunswick County, CWS f BCV, pp. 373-74. Notes: This is a government-issued military marker.



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



Robert L. Rawlings Coleman's Co
VA HV ARTY
C.S.A.
Pvt. Robert Larkin Rawlings, CWS f BCV, p. 468. Notes: This is a government-issued military marker.

B.W.L. Taylor12 Oct 1844 —26 Oct 1915His toils are past
his work is done
He fought the fight - his victory won
TAYLOR
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
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. Notes: The Census of 1900 for Powellton District identified this couple with a one-month-old infant in the household, Family 163.

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
S C T
Coast Arty Corps
His wife, Martha Elizabeth Rawlings, is in Oakwood Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 466, 620. Notes: This is a government-issued military marker.
 
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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