Williams Methodist Church Cemetery (Lunenburg)
Address:4670 Longview Dr.
Kenbridge 23944
Notes:Located at 4670 Longview Dr. in Kenbridge, Lunenburg County. Measures 135 ft x 75 ft x 200 ft x 160 ft.
Latitude:36º 50' 2.5" N   (36.834020)
Longitude:78º 1' 56.1" W   (-78.032241)
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Ethel C. Bottoms1899 —1973

Needom B. Bottoms1898 —1957

Bennie Nicklinson Edmonds4 Sep 1910 —16 Jul 1954VIRGINIA
CPL US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
Notes: Upright government stone.
 
Large family monument for Barnette in a 10' x 16' concrete bordered plot.

Bessie Gunn Barnette22 Jul 1901 —3 Apr 1978

William E. Barnette1904 —1943

David Page Bowen4 Sep 1933 —12 Feb 2003

Luther Hillman Bowen6 Aug 1922 —23 Aug 2002

BOWEN
Thomas W. Bowen5 Oct 1883 —4 Feb 1955FATHER
Bertie P. Bowen13 Jun 1889 —19 Feb 1970MOTHER
Bertha Brooks married Thomas W. Bowen, CWS f BCV, p. 83.

EDMUNDS
Pearl Virginia Edmunds1883 —1951
Richard Henry Edmunds1880 —1952THY TRIALS ENDED
THY REST IS WON
Pearl V. Gunn married Richard H. Edmonds, CWS f BCV, p. 224.

GUNN
Agnes Gunn28 Sep 1882 —5 Oct 1957IN GOD WE TRUST
Franklin Gunn28 Feb 1876 —10 Jan 1948
Norban Franklin Gunn married Agnes L. Bottom, CWS f BCV, p. 224.

Robert Henry Callis22 May 1916 —21 Aug 1916

Mary Elizabeth Edmonds21 Apr 1875 —17 Oct 1920Wife of W.E. Edmonds
She was the sunshine of my
home.
Willie E. Edmonds8 Sep 1877 —19 May 1936Gone, but not forgotten.
 
Large family monument for Bottom.

C.F. Bottom21 Nov 1847 —5 Mar 1929OUR MOTHER
Gone, but not forgotten.

Clifton O. Bottoms3 May 1901 —2 Jun 1931SON OF MR. AND MRS.
E.C. BOTTOMS

BOTTOM
Rebecca A. Bottom1875 —1943GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
William E. Bottom1869 —1944
 
10' x 10' concrete bordered plot for Williams.

Viola O. Williams19 Aug 1858 —27 Aug 1911

Henry J. Williams13 Aug 1856 —17 Dec 1914

BARNETTE
Oscar E. Barnette16 Sep 1872 —13 Oct 1927“BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART
FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD.”
Ottie Lee Barnette24 Feb 1882 —2 Aug 1951IN GOD'S HANDS.
 
A large monument for the Ingram.

Fannie Mabel Ingram10 Sep 1889 —17 Apr 1952

Robert Linwood Ingram6 Sep 1898 —3 Dec 1952

Robert Linwood Ingram Jr.4 Jul 1953 —5 Jul 1953

Benj. Adolphus Lafoon20 Jan 1867 —25 May 1936At Rest
Benjamin Adolphus Laffoon married Minerva Anne “Annie”, CWS f BCV, p. 317.

Manerva Annie Lafoon1 May 1868 —17 Dec 1952IN GOD'S CARE

BOTTOMS
Emmett C. Bottoms26 Jul 1874 —24 Jan 1957
Ida T. Bottoms30 Nov 1874 —17 Nov 1962
Notes: Funeral home plate reads Ida Parrish Bottoms.

BOTTOMS
Arthur R. Bottoms14 Sep 1886 —23 Aug 1960FATHER
Sallie B. Bottoms9 Oct 1885 —19 Sep 1960MOTHER
FATHER, NOT MY WILL,
BUT THINE, BE DONE.
Sally Vincent Brooks married Arthur Bottom and nearby is their son Wilbur, CWS f BCV, pp. 83-84.

Wilbur G. Bottoms1 Nov 1915 —13 May 1968SON

William B. Turner5 Dec 1846 —24 Aug 1915Tho lost to sight,
to memory dear.
Missouria Ann Turner1 Aug 1849 —22 Aug 1906Wife of W.B. Turner
Faithful to her trust,
even in unto death.

Lavinia E. Turner4 Sep 1847 —22 Dec 1935Tho lost to sight,
to memory dear.
 
Large family monument for Jackson in a 10' x 10' concrete bordered plot with 2 graves.

Marcus Baily Jackson12 Aug 1871 —14 Jul 1960

Sterling Willis Jackson3 Feb 1869 —10 Sep 1947

Edward P. Ingram3 Sep 1862 —8 Nov 1925He is not dead but sleepeth.
Pattie Ingram27 Oct 1859 —4 Nov 1911Wife of E.P. Ingram
Death is eternal love,
why should we weep.
 
Large family monument for Bacon.

William Fletcher Bacon29 Mar 1874 —18 Mar 1928
See CWS f BCV, pp. 44-45. Notes: The Census of 1880 for Lochleven Dist., Lunenburg County, identifies six-year-old William F. in the household of William M. Bacon, Family 119.

Vinnie Hawley Bacon8 May 1874 —17 Apr 1969

Frank Manson Bacon4 Jun 1908 —21 Nov 1938

HINES
Ida Taylor Hines1872 —1952MOTHER
Robert Alfred Hines1874 —1929ASLEEP IN JESUS.
FATHER
Shown as Robert E. Hines, CWS f BCV, p. 261. Notes: The Census of 1880 for Red Oak Dist. identifies five-year-old Robert in the household of Warner Hines, Family 296.
 
Large family monument for Edmunds inscribed with “NOT DEAD, BUT ALSEEP.

John R. Edmunds2 Jun 1857 —7 Jun 1946
Emma Jones Jackson Edmunds27 Jul 1873 —26 Jan 1948wife of John R. Edmunds
John Edmunds married first Mary E. Waller, CWS f BCV, p. 171.

Cecil V. Turner19 Apr 1916 —6 Sep 1918dau. of MR & MRS E.H. Turner

Peter Brooks Thompson10 Nov 1853 —8 Jun 1920
Dora Hite Thompson2 Oct 1856 —21 Dec 1938wife of P.B. Thompson
 
A 10' x 20' concrete bordered plot for the following 4 persons.

James August Thompson27 Feb 1879 —25 Sep 1936

Annie Callis Thompson6 Oct 1893 —20 Sep 1969

Benjamin J. Callis28 Oct 1859 —7 Feb 1945
Benjamin James Callis married Laura E. Rash, CWS f BCV, p. 90.

Laura Rash Callis6 Jul 1860 —18 Apr 1959
 
Large family monument for Thompson.

Everette Grey Thompson13 Sep 1881 —28 Sep 1955

Addie Ingram Thompson8 Mar 1886 —13 Feb 1975

Walter Lynwood Rash17 Jul 1900 —23 Oct 1952

Annie M. Rash14 Oct 1891 —24 Jan 1959

India E. Rash28 Aug 1895 —7 Feb 1970

Hannie B. Bottoms11 Jan 1896 —24 Nov 1959

Melvin E. Bottoms1935 —1936

Nathaniel A. Turner19 Jul 1849 —24 Mar 1922

Sarah J. Turner2 Jun 1851 —7 Jan 1936

Thomas J. Turner1887 —1959“SLEEPING”

TURNER
Ernest H. Turner1885 —1947FATHER
Harriet T. Turner1885 —1950MOTHER
 
Large family monument for Thompson in a 10' x 10 ' concrete bordered plot for Willie & Essie.

Willie Warren Thompson10 Feb 1875 —26 Dec 1951

Essie Iola Thompson19 Nov 1883 —11 Feb 1945

THOMPSON
Willie G. Thompson30 Dec 1875 —13 Mar 1954
Nannie C. Thompson14 Aug 1873 —27 Nov 1957
Nannie Anna Callis married William Gray Thompson, CWS f BCV, p. 90.

Roger Gray Thompson1904 —1959
 
Large family monument for Thompson.

Curtis M. Thompson15 Feb 1887 —2 May 1969PVT US ARMY
WORLD WAR I
Notes: Flat government stone.

Elizabeth Palmore Thompson27 Dec 1904 —29 Aug 1984

Hugh P. Thompson19 Jun 1934 —28 Dec 1985GM3 US NAVY
KOREA
Notes: Flat government stone.
 
Large family monument for Lafoon.

LAFOON
Hubert N. Lafoon23 Dec 1925 —20 Aug 1977
Eleanor S. Lafoon19 Nov 1935 —21 Mar 1987

Hubert Nicholas Lafoon23 Dec 1925 —20 Aug 1977TEC 5 US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
Notes: Flat government stone in addition to shared stone with Eleanor.

LAFOON
Percy L. Lafoon9 Mar 1895 —25 Oct 1972
Emma P. Lafoon14 Mar 1901 —17 Oct 1982
Percy L. Lafoon married Emma P. Lafoon, CWS f BCV, p. 317.

THOMPSON
Pomp Lee Thompson1892 —1961
Ida Ozlin Thompson1901 —1982

TURNER
Lucille Ingram Turner17 Sep 1912 —24 Jun 1993WIFE
B. Sterling Turner18 Sep 1909 —24 Jan 2000
Notes: Lucille has a Daughters of the American Revolution medallion.
 
Large monument for Ingram.

Fannie T. Ingram16 Dec 1884 —16 Jan 1964

R. Hinton Ingram4 Oct 1887 —26 Feb 1958

Katherine Thompson Moore16 Jun 1908 —7 May 1999

THOMPSON
Charlie N. Thompson1 Apr 1896 —11 Oct 1955
India T. Thompson27 Oct 1900 —27 Nov 1957

Sarah Thompson Cage23 Sep 1912 —7 Dec 1959
 
Large monument for Thompson.

Hardaway S. Thompson26 Jun 1889 —22 Jan 1941

Glenn D. Thompson28 May 1890 —16 Aug 1971

HITE
Arlington Featherstun Hite16 Feb 1887 —10 Aug 1969
Sarah Viola Hite15 May 1888 —18 Sep 1952

RASH
Mary I. Rash1867 —1930
Peter W. Rash1867 —1947GONE, BUT NOT FORGOTTEN.


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