James B. Norwood Family Cemetery
Located on the north side of Dry Bread Rd. (Route 611), about 0.15 mi. east of Clarke Rd. (Route 602). It is in a grove of cedar trees in the side yard of a home about 200 yd. off Dry Bread Rd.
Latitude:36º 38' 53.9" N   (36.648306)
Longitude:77º 49' 48.2" W   (-77.830056)
This cemetery contains the remains of James B. Norwood, his wife, and three sons, among others.

James B. Norwood3 Apr 1867 —2 Aug 1933
This grave is marked with a 4 ft tall Woodmen of the World Stone.
See CWS f BCV, p. 401.

Elena Barner Norwood1 Nov 1876 —1 Oct 1956Gone But Not Forgotten
Elena Barner, wife of J.B. Norwood, CWS f BCV, p. 401.

Betty Clayton Norwood5 Feb 1936 —30 May 1938

James William Norwood1945 —1945

James Leonard Norwood24 Jul 1895 —16 Feb 1961North Carolina
Pvt Co B 319 Infantry
This is a government-issued military stone.
See CWS f BCV, p. 401.

Hattie B. Norwood1898 —1965

Johnnie Herbert Norwood9 Jan 1910 —9 May 1979Gone But Not Forgotten
John Herbert Norwood, CWS f BCV, p. 401.

Mamie R. Norwood1915 —1988

George B. Norwood Sr.5 Jun 1924 —6 Feb 1990US Army World War II
US Navy Korea
This is a government-issued military stone.

William Edward Norwood18 Dec 1899 —3 Oct 1986
Selena A. Norwood18 Mar 1905 —24 Nov 1960GBNF
Selena Archer married William E. Norwood, CWS f BCV, pp. 42, 401.

Richard H. Rawlings7 Jul 1911 —17 Feb 1980PFC US Army
World War II
This is a government-issued military stone.

Lucy K. Williams20 Jan 1886 —29 Apr 1953
Alonza W. Williams7 Mar 1874 —15 Dec 1936
Lucy Keeton married Alonzo Williams, CWS f BCV, p. 620.

1933 —1986
This is a small metal funeral home marker with the name missing. It only contains the years of birth and death.


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