|John Alex. Orgain||5 Apr 1816 —||2 Jul 1880||Our Dear Father|
He sleeps in Jesus' blessed sleep
From which none ever wants to weep
|John Alexander Orgain married Susan Jane Agnes Trotter, who is buried nearby. Children Henrietta Trotter, Amelia Ellen, Susan Agnes, and Franklin Meredith Orgain are here, too., CWS f BCV, p. 407.|
|Susan Jane Agnes Orgain||24 Jul 1821 —||Aug 31 1886||Our Dear Mother|
Her children will rise up and call her blessed
|Henrietta Trotter Hall||9 Dec 1846 —||1 Nov 1882||Thou wert beloved none ever knew|
None here could know how well
And hearts sincere warm and true
Will ever love thee still.
|Henrietta Trotter Orgain, daughter of John and Susan, married Robert Lawrence Hall and they were the parents of Amelia Trotter Hall and Henry Lawrence Hall, both of whom died young, CWS f BCV, p. 407.|
|Amelia Trotter Hall||20 Dec 1881 —||9 Nov 1882||Budded on earth to bloom|
|Susan Agnes Orgain||11 Mar 1850 —||5 Feb 1885||Jesus loves the pure and holy|
|Amelia Ellen Orgain||15 Nov 1854 —||1 Feb 1920||Her work is finished our|
Heavenly Father has called
|Frank Meredith Orgain||1853 —||1927||He is not dead, but|
|Franklin Meredith Orgain married Sally Vincent Hardy, CWS f BCV, p. 407.|
|Sallie Vincent Hardy Orgain||17 Oct 1864 —||10 May 1943||None knew thee but|
to love thee
|Henry Lawrence Hall||1 Aug 1879 —||29 Jul 1892||He shall gather the lambs|
With his arm and ? ? ?
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This somewhat overgrown cemetery, approx. 24 x 24 ft, is enclosed by a decorative iron fence. Nine headstones are here and no obvious evidence of any other graves.|