Short Family Cemetery at “Bothwick Hall”
Notes:Located behind the historic home known as “Bothwick Hall” on Great Oak Rd. (Route 632). About 20 ft x 20 ft, it is enclosed with an iron fence. Only 4 marked stones as well as 3 unmarked stones stacked in a corner are there.
Latitude:36º 52' 30.7" N   (36.875200)
Longitude:77º 44' 26.9" W   (-77.740800)
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Susie Frances Hawthorne22 Sep 1852 —14 Feb 1898Wife Of
Charles Royston Short15 Feb 1846 —24 Nov 1936Faithful Unto Death
This couple were the parents of Mattie and Aubrey, who are buried nearby, CWS f BCV, p. 498.



Mattie Elizabeth Short2 Jan 1881 —23 Feb 1944In Loving Memory Of
Our Sister
Well Done Good And Faithful Servant



A. Louise Harrison1 Apr 1904 —16 Dec 1904
Annie was a daughter of Robert Boyd Harrison and Annie Myrick. Her maternal grandmother was Martha Short, wife of John Myrick. According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, she was born in 1902, CWS f BCV, pp. 245-46, 391, 498.



Aubrey Cutler Short12 Nov 1882 —10 Dec 1956A Friend To All Mankind


 
Although Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia says Caleb Royston Short is buried here, he is with his wife in Oakwood Park Cemetery, CWS f BCV, p. 498.
 

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