Daniel Family Cemetery - Rocky Run
Notes:Located on the north side of Lew Jones Rd. (Route 616), approx. 0.7 mi. east of Little Deer Rd. (Route 644). It is in a fenced pasture across the road from Rocky Run Methodist Church.
Latitude:36º 55' 59.5" N   (36.933194)
Longitude:77º 56' 26.6" W   (-77.940722)
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This cemetery contains, among others, the remains of Richard Madison Daniel, his wife, Virginia Ann Lewis, and four children: James R., William F., John J., and Ella N. Daniel.
Richard's sister Mary married William S. Lewis, brother of Virginia Ann, and they and some of his family are here, too.
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, Richard's and Mary's brother, Pvt. Cornelius F. Daniel, might be buried in this cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 141-42.

Waverly F. Daniel9 Mar 1897 —16 Oct 1927Weep not for me, my parents dear;
I am not dead, but sleeping here.

DANIEL
Martha L. Daniel28 Sep 1875 —11 Nov 1945
James R. Daniel25 Sep 1873 —24 Apr 1945At rest
James R. Daniel married Martha Adna Lewis, CWS f BCV, p. 142.

John S. Lewis7 Jun 1881 —26 Jan 1919Gone to be an angel
Son of J.H. and M.A. Lewis, CWS f BCV, pp. 329, 377.

Martha A. Lewis —9 Sep 1903Wife of
J.H. Lewis
Died Sept 7, 1903
Age 50 years
At rest
J.H. Lewis —27 Dec 1909Died
Dec 27, 1909
Age 60 years
Asleep in Jesus
James Hiram Lewis married Martha A. Jones, CWS f BCV, pp. 328-29. Notes: These stones are old and difficult to read. New, small, flat stones, approx. 6 in. X 12 in., have been installed with the same information.

Mary J. Lewis27 Aug 1843 —12 Oct 1907Wife of
W.S. Lewis
Blessed are the
pure in heart for
they shall see God
Mary J.F. Daniel, sister of R.M. Daniel, married William Stuart Lewis, CWS f BCV, p. 329. Notes: A new 6 x 12 in. stone installed here also.

Willie F. Daniel12 May 1876 —26 Jan 1905Son of
R.M. & V.A. Daniel
Asleep in Jesus
William Foster Daniel, CWS f BCV, p. 142. Notes: A new 6 x 12 in. stone installed here also.

John Jefferson Daniel20 Dec 1878 —24 Jan 1919Christ loved him and
took him home
Married Nannie Mae Daniel who is in Section 3, Lot 6 of Bethel Methodist Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 142, 144.

Virginia Ann Lewis Daniel19 Oct 1854 —18 Nov 1938Her memory is blessed
Richard Madison Daniel6 May 1848 —12 Feb 1918In loving memory of
Tho lost to sight to
memory dear
Virginia Ann Lewis married Richard Madison Daniel, CWS f BCV, p. 142.

Ella Nora Laffoon8 Oct 1882 —3 Oct 1906Wife of
Burwell L. Laffoon
Daughter of
R.M. & V.A. Daniel
Asleep in Jesus
Ella N. Daniel married as his first wife Burwell Lafayette Laffoon who is in New Hope Christian Church Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 142, 224.
 
There is a 2-3 ft long concrete slab/block with what would look to be a headstone and a footstone protruding from it. However it has no inscriptions upon it at all.
 

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