Reavis Cemetery
This African-American cemetery is located on the east side of Greentown Dr. (Route 674), approx. 75 yds down a wooded path. A small white sign is at the entrance to the cemetery on Greentown Dr. approx 0.2 mi. north of the intersection of Greentown Dr. and Wilson Dr. (Route 683). At least 25 other graves are here marked only with fieldstones.
Latitude:36º 42' 24.4" N   (36.706778)
Longitude:77º 46' 40.9" W   (-77.778028)

James Milton Reavis22 Apr 1937 —29 Aug 1994PVT
This is a government-issued military stone.

Pocahontas Ricks5 Apr 1909 —22 Mar 1999

Zack Ricks1889 —1971

Clara R. Taylor1912 —1969

Mamie R. Dugger1889 —1959

Stephen Reavis1883 —1924
Reportedly born in Aug 1883, he was living with his mother Queen (-) Reavis in Powellton District in 1900, Family 250.

Lasse R. Alston1899 —1979

Mary H. Reavis1876 —1918Mother

Hayward A. Reavis1870 —1945Father

George C. Reavis1903 —1966

Earl N. Green1905 —1977

Julia Ann Green1903 —1979

Sadie K. Callis1920 —1985

Doris E. Ayers1909 —1986At Rest

Clyde E. Kelly27 May 1915 —2 Dec 2003Her ways are ways of pleasantness
and all her paths are peace prov. 3:17

Needham (Nick) Kelly5 Feb 1912 —17 Sep 1982I have fought a good fight,
I have finished my course,
I have kept the faith. 2 Tim. 4:7

Della K. Starke23 Mar 1914 —24 May 2006

Francis Leon Kelly10 Aug 1928 —31 Dec 1960Virginia
This is a government-issued military stone.

Alfred Kelly30 Jul 1883 —7 Jul 1953

Sadie Kelly18 Apr 1886 —13 May 1947

Alfred Langston Reavis11 May 1893 —24 Aug 1950

Wilson Reavis1879 —1959

Sarah E. Reavis1888 —1977

Cora Uncles1911 —1976

Charlie E. Reavis1876 —1940
Charles Reavis, reportedly born Aug 1875, was living with wife Mattie (-) Reavis in Powellton District in 1900, Family 251.

?????? S. Reavis1830 —3 May 1895
This inscription is chiseled into a large flat rock and it is very difficult to read.

M.M. Reavis1873 —16 May 1891
This inscription is chiseled into a flat rock and is somewhat difficult to read.

Elcie Turner Wife of
Jesse Turner
Died June 15, 1913
Age 50 Yrs
O death where is thy sting
O grave where is thy victory

Richard Reavis1857 —1915At Rest
The Census of 1900 for Powellton District enumerated Richard and Cora Reavis with five daughters and four sons in their household. One buried nearby appears to be Martha R. Coleman, then age 5, Family 248.

Wilmouth D. Reavis25 Aug 1912 —24 Apr 1913

Mittie P. Reavis17 Jan 1916 —25 Apr 1917

Virginia M. Reavis25 Nov 1917 —7 Feb 1920

Oliver W. Reavis24 Oct 1919 —9 Mar 1920

Cora Reavis1861 —1925At Rest

Houston L. Reavis —15 Mar 1933New Jersey
807 Pioneer Inf.
This is a government-issued military stone.

Martha R. Coleman11 Feb 1895 —8 May 1937

Gaddie Bryant1913 —1984PVT
World War II
This is a government-issued military stone.

Edith C. Bryant15 Jan 1924 —18 May 1992


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