Miles Taylor Family Cemetery
Located in Lunenburg County, but only one-quarter mile west of the Brunswick - Lunenburg County line, on the north side of Reedy Branch Road and the east side of a large 2 story home with the address of 2449 Reedy Branch Road, Kenbridge, VA. It sits beneath several very large oak trees.
Latitude:36º 50' 18.7" N   (36.838528)
Longitude:78º 1' 35.3" W   (-78.026472)

Martha Ann Matthews28 Aug 1851 —14 Feb 1920Wife of J.W. Matthews
Martha Ann Taylor married John W. Matthews, CWS f BCV, p. 538.

Miles C. Taylor25 Feb 1806 —25 Nov 1880In memory of our father
Husband of
Sallie Taylor
Miles Curtis Taylor married Sally Taylor, CWS f BCV, p. 538.

Sallie Taylor14 Feb 1808 —27 May 188?In memory of our mother
Wife of M.C. Taylor

R.H. Taylor Co. F
22nd BN VA INF
Richard Henry Taylor, son of Miles Curtis Taylor and Sally Taylor, married Cornelia Turner, CWS f BCV, p. 544. Notes: This is a Govt. issued military stone. Grave also has a Confederate Iron Cross.

Cornelia T. Taylor1851 —1925In memory of

John W. Turner10 Mar 1833 —23 Apr 1910“In God I trust all others cash”
Pvt. John Wlliam Turner married Elizabeth F. Williams and they were the parents of Gloria Janet, James William Turner, Patrick Henry Turner, and likely Louise Turner buried nearby, CWS f BCV, pp. 570-71. Notes: Grave has a Confederate Iron Cross.

Gloria Janet Turner30 Oct 1928 —30 Dec 1935Mizpah

Sallie Mae Taylor Turner28 Jul 1889 —6 Nov 1962I John 3:11
Sallie Mae Taylor married James William Turner, CWS f BCV, p. 570. Notes: This stone has a star symbol at the top. The letters O E S are inscribed above the star.

James William Turner27 Oct 1873 —10 Feb 1939The Hunter,
Home from the hills.

Richard Emmett Hardy Jr.11 Oct 1919 —12 May 1993Husband - Father - Grandfather
Romans 12

Louise Turner Hardy8 Oct 1924 —12 Apr 1988Wife - Mother - Grandmother
Proverbs 31 10-31

Patrick Henry Turner4 Feb 1920 —4 Sep 1974Let us be still
And know our God
Notes: This stone has a Masonic emblem, with a chain from the emblem to a star.

B.J. Taylor Co. F
Pvt. Benjamin James Taylor, CWS f BCV, pp. 538-39. Notes: This is a Govt. issued military stone. Grave also has a Confederate Iron Cross.

William D. Taylor Corp. Co. A
21st VA INF
Wiliam Daniel Turner (13 Feb 1837 - 12 Jul 1865), a son of Miles and Sally Taylor, served in th Civil War but was not associated with Brunswick County, CWS f BCV, p. 538. Notes: This is a Govt. issued military stone. Grave also has a Confederate Iron Cross.

Janet Hardy Boettcher23 Jan 1945 —12 Jan 2002Wife, Nana, Mother
“Strenghth and honor are her clothing”
Notes: This grave also has a flat govt. issued military stone at the foot of the grave containg her name and the same dates, but also LTJG US NAVY Vietnam.

Notes: This one obvious grave has no headstone, but does have a Confederate Iron cross.
This cemetery is well maintained by the Sons of Confederate Veterans. It is approx. 40 x 60 ft and may contain other graves.

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