Buford Family Cemetery at “Farmington”
Notes:Located on the site of a former Brunswick County Transfer Station at the end of Milas Dr. (Route 700). A locked gate blocks the entrance.
Latitude:36º 44' 0.7" N   (36.733540)
Longitude:77º 47' 32.0" W   (-77.792229)
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This cemetery is on “Farmington,” the former farm of William Pegram Buford (20 Jul 1807 - 16 Dec 1868) and Lucy Rice (13 Mar 1817 - 27 Aug 1895). A single large stone that reads “BUFORD FAMILY CEMETERY” includes the names and year of birth and death of William and Lucy, children Margaret (4 May 1841 - 16 Oct 1910), James (29 Apr 1845 - 26 Sep 1913), and Mary (11 Apr 1842), and Mary's husband James Allen Phillips (5 Jan 1852 - 14 Sep 1875) and two of their children who died in infancy, Virginia (16 Jul 1872 - 2 Feb 1875) and James Jr. (21 Jan 1874 - 16 Feb 1875). These full dates were derived from Buford family records, CWS f BCV, p. 87.

William Pegram Buford1807 —1868

Lucy Ann Rice Buford1817 —1895
Notes: William P. Buford married Lucy Ann E. Rice 8 May (bond) 1833, BCVM, p. 25.

Margaret Susan Buford1841 —1910

James Rice Buford1845 —1913

James Allen Phillips1852 —1875

Mary Elizabeth Buford 

Virginia Bynum Phillips1872 —1875

James Allen Phillips Jr.1874 —1875

 

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