William A. King Family Cemetery
Notes:This cemetery, which is very well maintained, is located in the side yard of a residence on the west side of Siouan Rd. (Route 660), approx. 1 mi. south of Hendricks Mill Rd., just west of Ebony.
Latitude:36º 33' 48.6" N   (36.563500)
Longitude:78º 0' 48.8" W   (-78.013556)
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Alice King Sculthorp19 Jun 1918 —17 Jul 1971

Earl Bridgefort Sculthorp24 Oct 1919 —3 Oct 1954Darling, we miss you

Earl Willis Sculthorp Nov 1941
By Little Angel
Notes: Not sure if Nov 1941 is birth, death, or both.

Willie A. King28 May 1894 —30 Mar 1939Asleep in Jesus
See CWS f BCV, p. 305.

Maude Taylor King25 Dec 1897 —30 May 1974
Maude Taylor, wife of Willie King, CWS f BCV, p. 305.

Dolly7 May 1993 —28 Sep 2004Our Companion
Notes: This is the grave of a dog. The very nice black granite stone has a picture of a dog engraved in it.

Audrey King31 Mar 1923 —8 Apr 1923Daughter of
H.A. & B.C. King

H.A. King14 May 1897 —27 May 1933In God's Care
Henry Atkins King whose wife, Beatrice Arlington Clary and second husband, Hugh M. Charles, are in Oakwood Cemetery, CWS f BCV, pp. 110, 305.

Sallie L. King1859 —1938At rest
Sally L. Clary, wife of John F. King, CWS f BCV, p. 305.

J.F. King9 Sep 1855 —15 Nov 1916Father
John F. King, CWS f BCV, p. 305.

James M. King22 Jul 1885 —14 Jul 1906Son of
J.F. & S.L. King
May the resurrection
find thee
On the bosom of
thy God
See CWS f BCV, p. 305.

Bula Bell Clary1896 —1908Daughter of
G.G. & M.E. Clary

Martha Ella Clary26 Apr 1862 —16 Sep 1951Wife of George G. Clary
George G. Clary1 Sep 1861 —21 Apr 1932
Martha Ella Clary married George G. Clary, CWS f BCV, pp. 114-15.

James A. King6 Aug 1875 —26 Feb 1950Gone But Not Forgotten
James Alexander King, only child of Pvt. W.A. King and his first wife, Isabella J. Huskey, CWS f BCV, pp. 309-10.

Clarice Bell King26 Sep 1915 —13 Jan 1928Daughter of
J.A. & C.B. King
A fairer bud of
promise never bloom
See CWS f BCV, p. 310.

Cora B. King27 Aug 1889 —20 Jan 1918Asleep with Jesus
Peace, perfect peace
Cora Bell Wright, wife of James A. King, CWS f BCV, p. 310.

Larah King —15 Apr 1912Wife of
W.A. King
Died April 15, 1912
Age
We will meet again
Laura J. Clary, second wife of W.A. King, CWS f BCV, pp. 309-10. Notes: This stone is very difficult to read, as it has been broken into several pieces and put back together. Her age could not be read.

W.A. King12 Aug 1846 —12 Apr 1911Gone But Not Forgotten
Pvt. William Alexander King, CWS f BCV, pp. 309-10.

Alex S. King15 May 1909 —17 Nov 1910Son of
J.A. & C.B. King
See CWS f BCV, p. 310.

 

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