Smith Harrison Family Cemetery
Notes:The precise location of this cemetery is unknown, although it is thought to be in the immediate vicinity of the Barnes Family Cemetery as the Barnes family bought the property from the Harrisons.
Latitude:36º 50' 56.8" N   (36.849120)
Longitude:77º 48' 36.3" W   (-77.810090)
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After the farm originally belonging to Smith Harrison was sold in the 1870s, grazing cattle knocked over the gravestones and the field was eventually plowed over. Consequently no markers have been visible since the early 1900s.
It is presumed that Smith Harrison (8 Jan 1812 - 18 Jan 1866) and his wife, Harriet Ann Turbeville (15 Jul 1815 - 1860), are buried here. Their dates of their birth and death are derived from the Smith Harrison Family Bible, published in 1909.
According to Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia, their son, Pvt. Marcellus W. Harrison (c1839 - 30 Jul 1864), is here also, CWS f BCV, p. 245.
Mary Jane Epperson (c1836), Smith's second wife, is presumably here, CWS f BCV, pp. 184, 245.
The Census of 1850 for Brunswick County shows Marcellus' sister, sixteen-year-old “idiot” Susan Harrison, in the household and presumably she is buried here too, Family 67.

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