Walter Merritt Seward Family Cemetery
Notes:Located in southeast Brunswick County, off Penn Dr. (Route 617) and Dry Bread Rd. (Route 611), this cemetery is approx. 30 ft x 44 ft and is surrounded by a rock wall 3-4 ft high and 1-2 ft thick. There is no gate, but an opening approx. 5 ft wide with a brick column on each side approx. 5 ft high.
Latitude:36º 37' 56.9" N   (36.632472)
Longitude:77º 48' 48.9" W   (-77.813583)
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This cemetery was restored and is maintained by the South Brunswick Ruritan Club in honor of their eldest member, Mr. Roy Chambliss. There is a sign denoting this at the entrance on Penn Drive.

Walter Merritt Seward22 Sep 1860 —20 Dec 1932
See CWS f BCV, p. 490.

Alfred Ackerman3 Jul 1876 —20 Sep 1962
Caretaker of the Seward Forest, CWS f BCV, p. 491.

Susan Everett Dunn20 May 1840 —15 Aug 1928Susan Everett Dunn Nee Branch
Having finished life’s duty she now sweetly rests
Susan E. Branch, widow of Dr. Walter M. Seward, who married second John H. Dunn, CWS f BCV, p. 490.

Adeline S. Ackerman1874 —1945
Wife of Alfred Ackerman, CWS f BCV, p. 491.

 

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