Bennett Family Cemetery - Brodnax
Notes:Located on the west side of Tanner Town Rd. (Route 657), approx. 200 yd. south of Go Cart Rd. (Route 623). Three plots are finced in.
Latitude:36º 44' 16.1" N   (36.737806)
Longitude:78º 0' 52.7" W   (-78.014639)
GNIS ID:1493955
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Irene H. Northcott18 May 1874 —6 May 1913
Notes: Irene Hubbard, the North Carolina-born, 30-year-old daughter of Sally Hubbard, was living with her husband, James C. Northcutt, in her mother's household in Brodnax Precinct, Brunswick County, in 1910, Family 14.

Pvt. John Gresham Hubbard1827 —1908Co F
12 NC INF
CSA
In memory of
Notes: This Confederate soldier is NOT buried here but was laid to rest approx. 0.5 to 1 mile north of this cemetery, on the opposite side of Tannertown Rd., on timber company property. At some point, the family moved the stone to this cemetery where others in his family were buried. It was then that “In Memory Of” was added to the government-issued military stone. In 1880 John G. Hubbard, age 53, was residing in Brunswick County with wife, S.E., age 39, Family 224.



Sarah B. Hubbard19 Dec 1837 —3 Nov 1921
 
Fenced Plot 1

George M. Bennett9 Sep 1861 —22 May 1935We loved him but
God loved him best

Snow Hubbard Bennett7 Mar 1867 —6 Jun 1961Wife of
George M. Bennett
Gone But Not Forgotten
Notes: Small metal funeral home marker at the foot of her grave reads Emma Snow Bennett. Undoubtedly identical to Emma S. Hubbard who, in 1880 at age 13, was living in the household of John G. and S.E. Hubbard, Family 224. In 1920 George and Emma Bennett were living in Brodnax Precinct with six children, including daughters Maybin L., 17, Lennie Parker, 13, and Emma S. Bennett, age 15, identified below, Family 139.

Lennie Parker Bennett15 Feb 1906 —27 Dec 1943At Rest

Charles Leonard Barnes25 Nov 1900 —19 Nov 1949Gone But Not Forgotten

Maybin Bennett Barnes7 Apr 1902 —26 Nov 1997“May - May”
There's nothing sweeter than a child

Snow Bennett Poole1 Mar 1904 —27 Mar 1967Mother
Notes: Small metal funeral home marker at the foot of her grave reads “Emma Snow Poole” 1904 - 1967.

Charles Leonard Barnes Jr.20 Jun 1928 —30 Jan 1981Dickie
 
Fenced Plot 2

Haney A. Nash18 Aug 1890 —29 Sep 1955Father
Husband of
Sallie L. Nash
BGNF
Notes: Stone contains a Woodmen of the World emblem.

Sallie L. Nash29 Jan 1886 —19 Apr 1957Mother
Wife of
Haney A. Nash
Gone But Not Forgotten
Notes: In 1920 Haney and Sallie, ages 29 and 33, were living in Red Oak District with three children in their household, Family 359.
 
Fenced Plot 3

Samuel Benjamin Whitby22 Sep 1893 —20 May 1919Whitby
Rest in Peace
See CWS f BCV, pp. 603-4.

Annie H. Whitby —26 Apr 1926Died
April 26, 1926
Age 65
Notes: Annie Whitby, age 62, was living alone in Powellton District in 1920, Family 135.

Ben W. Whitby —29 Sep 1933Died
Sept 29, 1933
Age 70

Irma W. Barnette4 Feb 1886 —6 Jul 1929In God we trust

 

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