Joseph Williams Family Cemetery
Notes:Located east of Danieltown behind the home at 1963 Flat Rock Rd. (Route 643). Grazing cattle have broken all but two of the stones. In addition to 17 stones still identifiable, field stones mark other graves. In Nov 2010 this cemetery was cleared and stones reassembled and cleaned for transcription.
Latitude:36º 54' 25.0" N   (36.906940)
Longitude:77º 54' 59.2" W   (-77.916440)
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Joseph Williams2 Feb 1812 —21 May 1891sacred to the memory of
at rest
Joseph married first Elizabeth Ann Singleton and second, Nancy Ann Cordle and was the father of Pvt. John J. Williams and Pvt. Peter Benjamin Williams, CWS f BCV, pp. 610-11, 614-15.

Nancy A. Williams1811 —1880at rest

T.A. Smith1845 —1912
M.A. Smith1835 —1918
Mary Ann Williams, daughter of Joseph Williams and Elizabeth Anne Singleton, married first Benjamin H. Tomlinson and second, Thomas Asbury Smith. Nearby are her children Adelia B Tomlinson, Thomas Henry Smith, and Lelia Ann Smith who married John W. Kirk, CWS f BCV, pp. 514, 610.



Thomas H. Smith19 Aug 1872 —Oct 4 1904Sacred to the memory of
son of T A and Mary A Smith

Lelia W. Kirk19 Feb 1868 —30 Jul 1890Sacred to the memory of
daughter of T A and Mary A Smith
wife of John W. Kirk



29 Aug 1878 —of T A and Mary A Smith
age two weeks
Notes: Headstone is broken and top with name is missing. This child's twin, Lynn Warren Smith, is buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Lawrenceville.



Adelia B. Tomlinson1862 —1877daughter of B.H. Tomlinson

Joseph M. Williams15 Mar 1847 —2 Dec 1912
Susan T. WilliamsSep 9 1845 —Mar 23 1905
Susan Tabitha Ogburn married Joseph Monroe Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 610. Notes: Footstone reads father. A second stone for Susan, with an incorrect date of birth, is nearby.

Susan Tabitha Williams16 Sep 1875 —23 Mar 1905Wife of J M Williams
Fold her, O Father, in thine arms, and let her henceforth be a messenger of love, between our human hearts and thee



Ella B. Williams1873 —1885Daughter of
J M & S T Williams
Notes: Portions of both dates are illegible.

Heartwell Otis Williams9 Aug 1877 —26 Jun 1882Son of
J M & S T Williams
asleep in Jesus

Infant Williams1888 —1888our baby
infant of
J M & S T Williams

Jun 1885 —Aug 1885our darling
daughter of
J M & S T Williams
Notes: Name is illegible.

Joseph Herbert Williams 
Nannie Fraser Williams —
Although a stone with this inscription was never found, it is known that Nannie Fraser (30 Nov 1870 - 1 Jan 1957) and J.H. Williams (16 Apr 1876 - 29 Nov 1947), are buried here and it is presumed that the stone shattered into pieces is theirs, CWS f BCV, pp. 209, 610.

Marie Berry Williams1902 —1931wife of F M W
Wife of Francis M. Williams, a son of Joseph Herbert Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 209.

 

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