Moore-Hicks Family Cemetery
Notes:Located just off the south end of an open field, approx. 250 yd. east of Robinson Ferry Rd. (Route 644) and approx. 2.25 miles north of Dry Bread Rd. (Route 611). At least a dozen other graves are here as evidenced by fieldstones and depressions.
Latitude:36º 40' 2.9" N   (36.667472)
Longitude:77º 56' 54.3" W   (-77.948417)
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William H. Hicks Co. F
14 VA INF
C.S.A.
This is Sgt. William Henry Hicks whose wife, Julia Etta Neblett, is said to be buried beside him, CWS f BCV, p. 260. Notes: This is a government-issued marker, which has sunken deeply into the ground.



1 Lt. James H. Moore Co. B
56 VA INF
C.S.A.
Notes: This is a government-issued military marker.

Mary F. Hicks Moore1843 —1887Wife of
J.H. Moore
Mary F. Hicks, sister of William H. Hicks, married James H. Moore, CWS f BCV, p. 259.

 

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