Jones-Wright Family Cemetery
Located in the middle of a fenced pasture, approx. 400 yds north of Gasburg Rd. (Route 626), and directly across from a home with the address of 3184 Gasburg Rd. It is well kept and enclosed with a four-foot-high chain link fence approx. 25 ft x 40 ft.
Latitude:36º 34' 38.0" N   (36.577222)
Longitude:77º 54' 26.6" W   (-77.907389)

Charles W. Jones20 Aug 1853 —9 Feb 1885Gone But Not Forgotten
Although the dates differ, this is presumably identical to C.W. Jones buried nearby.

Elmo Wilkins Wright11 Sep 1927 —24 Mar 1994Father
Susie Jones Wright10 Jun 1921 —15 Jan 1995Mother
Forever in our hearts

Ruby V. Edwards30 Oct 1909 —19 Oct 1928Gone to be an angel
Possibly a daughter of Jennie (Jones) Edwards, who is buried nearby.

Julia A. Jones13 Dec 1853 —12 Aug 1918Wife of
C.W. Jones
There are no partings in Heaven
Julia A. Clary married Charles W. Jones, CWS f BCV, p. 117.

C.W. Jones20 Aug 1856 —14 Feb 1895Not my will
but thine be done
See CWS f BCV, pp. 117, 283, 308, 636, 524.

Charles W. Jones9 Dec 1906 —17 Jun 1907Son of
?.G. & O.L. Jones Jr.
Asleep in Jesus

Miles Wilkins Wright11 Apr 1935 —6 Mar 1937

Erwin H. Wright21 Oct 1914 —6 Jun 1944Virginia
World War II
This is a government-issued military marker. He also has a small metal “Woodman of the World” emblem at the foot of the grave.

Jennie Cates Wright21 Feb 1883 —16 Apr 1957
William Wilkins Wright28 Jul 1883 —16 Apr 1957
There is a “Woodman of the World” emblem engraved on William's side of this stone.
William Wilkins Wright married first Lottie Jones and second, Jennie (Jones) Edwards Cates, a daughter of C.W. and Julia Jones, CWS f BCV, p. 636.

Robert Miles Wright20 Mar 1912 —24 May 1986
Blanche Lucille Wright17 Feb 1920 —9 Aug 1973


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