Barrow Family Cemetery
This small family cemetery is less than a mile west of Danieltown, several hundred yards north of Danieltown Rd. (Route 137). It sits about 200 ft from the back of the old homestead on the property. Two unmarked stones and a few noticeable unmarked graves are there.
Latitude:36º 54' 41.3" N   (36.911460)
Longitude:77º 58' 45.8" W   (-77.979390)

Elouise D. Stokley1909 —2005
Clarke Funeral Home marker.

Minerva F. Barrow —1 Apr 1877Only Child Of
George E & Nannie D Barrow
Went to heaven April 1, 1877
aged 2 years & 3 months & 20 days
“Some fairer tomorrow
shall reunite all Earth's
Broken lie”

Nannie R. Barrow23 Apr 1849 —10 Feb 1879Wife of George E Barrow
and daughter of
Peter Hawthorne
Last line illegible as stone is broken at bottom.
Nannie R. Hawthorne married George Edwin Barrow, son of W.J. Barrow, and they were the parents of infant Minerva. George is buried with a second wife in Lakeview Cemetery, Blackstone, CWS f BCV, pp. 56-57.

Virginia C. Barrow2 Aug 1812 —15 Aug 1860born in Lunenburg Co
Stone is broken in half and inscription at bottom of stone is illegible. Footstone is marked V.C.B.

William BarrowOctober ?, ???? —15 Aug 1895In memory of
Born in Brunswick Co
Stone is broken into 3 pieces, obliterating the birth date. Inscription at bottom illegible. Footstone is marked W.J.B.
William Johnson Barrow married first Virginia Catherine Hardy, CWS f BCV, pp. 56-57.
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Lt. Benjamin L. Barrow is buried in this cemetery, although no stone marks the grave. He was the son-in-law of W.J. Barrow, having married Lucy S. Barrow, CWS f BCV, pp. 53-4.

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