Martha Arrington Cemetery

Martha Arrington Cemetery

Located on Back Bone Ridge, Route 668, Dickenson County, Virginia
Documented by Christena Fuller and F. Stanley, Nov. 11, 1999.

Updated by F. Stanley Nov. 20, 2004

(132 total graves, with 27 being unmarked field stones)

 

Arington, B. M.
Jan. 29, 1831
Oct. 23, 1920
"The roses bloom, the lillies die, Father is gone to a home on high"
 
 
Arington, John
Born 1833
Died Dec. 10, 1870
"God's finger touched him and he slept"
 
 
Arington, Lewis
18__ - 1914 (?) (Stone is broken)
"Asleep in Jesus"
 
 
Arington, Mary
1843 - 1883
"Age 40 years"
"The children rise up and call her blessed"
 
 
Arington, Rachel
May 10, 1834
Mar. 12, 1916
"She is gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Arington, Salley
1840 - 1860
"She's safe at home"
 
 
Arrington, George
1860 - 1892
"At Rest"
 
 
Arrington, Sarah
1806 - 1900
"Resting until the resurrection morn"
 
 
Barton, Agnes
Mar. 08, 1923
Mar. 08, 1923
 
Barton, Curtis
(Unmarked but identified by Clyde Barton, brother to the deceased.)
Mar. 7, 1932
Mar. 7, 1932
 
 
Barton, Dixie Lee
Sept. 12, 1941 (only date inscribed)
 
 
Barton, Elijah
Feb. 29, 1888
Nov. 18, 1935
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Barton, Ellie
(Unmarked but identified by Clyde Barton, brother to the deceased.)
Born Aug 15, 1927
Died Oct. 26, 1927
 
 
Barton, Emaline
May 18, 1889
Dec. 27, 1972
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Barton, Genola
Jan. 26, 1924
Jan. 26, 1924
 
 
Barton, Hazel
1 - 6
7 - 1923
 
 
Barton, James Hesley
Oct. 31, 1921
Jan. 27, 1922
 
 
Barton, Jayhue
1850 - 1891
"In God we trust"
 
Stones of Jayhue Barton and wife Louisa Barton Fuller.
(Lousia married John Henry Fuller the second time. He is also buried in this cemetery.)
 
 
Barton, Mary
Daughter of J. G. Barton
Jan. 13, 1923
Jan. 13, 1923
"Budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
 
 
Barton, Millie Bell
Daughter of J.G. Barton
Mar. 10, 1924
July 03, 1924
"Budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
 
 
Barton, Opal Fern
Mar. 13, 1934 (only date inscribed)
 
 
Barton, Sindusta R.
Wife of W. F. Barton
Apr. 10, 1880
Jan. 19, 1919
"We love you mother"
 
 
Barton, Vestie Marie
Apr. 02, 1922
Jan. 27, 1927
 
 
Cannady, Mary Jane
Wife of Randolph Cannady
Aug. 03, 1830(?)
May 24, 1914
"A tender mother and faithful friend"
 
 
Cannady, Randolph
Dec. 27, 1827
Feb. 15, 1928
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord"
 
Grave of Randolph Cannady, Civil War Veteran,
who was 101 years old when he died.
 
 
Cannady, Susan
Jan. 10, 1872
Apr. 12, 1885
"Roses bloom, lillies die, she is gone to a home on high"
 
 
Counts, Emory P.
Oct. 03, 1907
Jan. 26, 1983
 
 
Counts, Esther K.
Apr. 11, 1908
Feb. 26, 1997
 
 
Edwards, (name worn away)
Aug. 24, 18??
Feb. 10, ????
(inscription indecipherable)
 
 
Edwards, Arvil C.
May 15, 1912
May 30, 1912
"At Rest"
 
 
Edwards, Bessie A.
Wife of P. M. Edwards
Jan. 05, 1891
Jan. 04, 1923
"Thy life was beauty, truth, goodness and love"
 
 
Edwards, Cecil Clarence
Dec. 09, 1921
Aug. 14, 1923
"Darling we miss thee"
 
 
Edwards, Charley
1885 - 1935
"Father"
 
 
Edwards, Clarence
Feb. 28, 1921
Feb. 28, 1921
"At Rest"
 
 
Edwards, Eld. W. L.
Apr. 24, 1862
Apr. 16, 1938
"A precious one from us is gone but love lingers still.
A vacant place in our home can never be filled"
 
 
Edwards, Elder Lewis
Mar. 10, 1812
Nov. 12, 1894
"I have fought a good fight I have kept the faith"
 
 
Edwards, Fred Stanford
Oct. 30, 1918
July 31, 1919
"From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus"
 
 
Edwards, Hetty Ann
Aug. 24, 1854
Feb. 14, 1940
"At Rest"
 
 
Edwards, Issac M.
Feb. 15, 1870
May 03, 1939
"Loving Father"
 
 
Edwards, J. T.
Mar. 14, 1850
May 25, 1930
"Free from trouble at peace with God"
 
 
Edwards, Lewsinda G.
Wife of I. M. Edwards
Aug. 15, 1857
Apr. 10, 1922
"She was a loving wife and mother"
 
 
Edwards, Louvina E.
Wife of I. M. Edwards
Sept. 26, 1866
June 22, 1896
"She was a loving wife and mother"
 
 
Edwards, Martha
Mar. 14, 1850
Aug. 14, 1933
"At rest with God"
 
 
Edwards, Martha & Mary & Sarah (apparently triplets)
Infants of Nathan and Judy Edwards
Jan. 23, 1918
Jan. 24, 1918
 
 
Edwards, Mary Ann
1890 - 1911
 
 
Edwards, Nancy Howell
Wife of Elder Lewis Edwards
June 17, 1809
Jan. 20, 1860
"Loving wife, mother and friend"
 
 
Edwards, Ruby
Apr. 16, ????
May 24, 1936
 
 
Edwards, Stellie E.
May 01, 1912
June 01, 1912
"From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus"
 
 
Edwards, Vernon E.
Aug. 22, 1922
Oct. 06, 1922
"At Rest"
 
 
Ellis, Nancy Jane
Mar. 06, 1930 (only date inscribed)
"Mother at rest"
 
 
Farmer, J. W.
Born 1839
Died Aug. 09, 1873
"Rest soldier rest, thy warefare is o'er"
 
 
Farmer, Martha
Apr. 11, 1847
June 06, 1916
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Fuller, Arminty
Wife of John fuller
June 26, 1842
Nov. 25, 1887
"Sheltered and safe from sorrow"
 
 
Fuller, John
May 08, 1841
Aug. 31, 1921
"Asleep in Jesus' peaceful rest"
 
Footstone of Civil War Veteran, John H. Fuller
 
 
Fuller, Louisa Barton
1848 - 1941
"In God we trust"
(See Jayhue Barton listing for photo of her grave.)
 
 
Fuller, Thomas
Jan. 10, 1874
Nov. 14, 1874
"Suffer the little children to come unto me"
 
 
Gartin, Anna Lee
Apr. 16, 1932
June 17, 1933
"From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus"
 
 
Harrison, Emery Carter
Son of Lewis Harrison
Jan. 29, 1922
Sept. 16, 1923
"Christ loved him and took him home"
 
 
Harrison, Gladys
1929 - 1931
 
 
Harrison, Junior
1923 - 1925
 
 
Harrison, Mary E.
Wife of W. A. Harrison (William Anderson "Billy")
June 20, 1862
Dec. 13, 1893
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Harrison, Rachel E.
Dec. 01, 1893
Dec. 01, 1893
"From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus"
 
 
Harrison, Ralph
1933 - 1935
 
 
Harrison, Sarah J.
Dec. 19, 1884
Jan. 15, 1905
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Harrison, W. A. (William Anderson "Billy")
June 11, 1866
Jan. 06, 1905
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
James, Billy "Bill"
June 28, 1936
Sept. 12, 1998
 
 
Lyall, Martha Ann
Aug. 27, 1939
Aug. 27, 1939
 
 
Lyall, Beulah
Sept. 24, 1922
Jan. 22, 1923
 
 
Moore, Noah
1891 - 1910
 
 
Robins, Lucretia
Wife of G. W. Robins
Mar. 25, 1865
Oct. 12, 1919
"Age 54 yrs, 6 mos., 17 days"
"She was a kind and affectionate mother and friend to all"
 
 
Robinson, Dialphia
Sept. 25, 1903
Mar. 19, 1936
"She was the sunshine of our home"
 
 
Robinson, James M.
U.S. Army, World War I
1890 - 1980
 
 
Robinson, Jessie
Jan. 25, 1929
Mar. 10, 1937
"Darling we miss you"
 
 
Singleton, M. C.
May 15, 1861
June 30, 1922
"She was the sunshine of our home"
 
 
Singleton, T. C.
July 10, 1861
July 05, 1936
"He was the sunshine of our home"
 
Stallard, Alice
Feb. 03, 1947
Feb. 03, 1947
"Budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
 
 
Stallard, Be(?)
Sept. 20, 1883
Feb. 12, 1946
"Father"
"In sweetest sleep"
 
 
Stallard, Coy
July 03, 1906
Sept. 25, 1943
"Age 37 yrs, 2 mos, 22 days"
"His end was peace"
 
 
Stallard, Margaret Ann
Oct. 31, 1936
Nov. 24, 1948
"Age 8 yrs, 23 days"
"Budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
 
 
Stallard, Myra
Mar. 06, 1944
Mar. 09, 1944
"Budded on earth to bloom in heaven"
 
 
Stallard, Robert Leon
US Army Korea
1929 - 1991
 
 
Stanley, Ave
Feb. 03, 1917
Apr. 18, 1942
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Stanley, George W.
Mar. 04, 1891
May 31, 1972
 
 
Stanley, Haley
Dc. 12, 1894 (only date on stone)
 
 
Stanley, Normel Jen
May 27, 1932
July 22, 1934
 
 
Thomas, Lemon
1893 - 1914
 
 
Turner, Ervin
Mar. 08, 1920
Mar. 15, 1920
 
 
Turner, Nannie
1893 - 1918
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Turner, Rachel
Jan. 15, 1859
Apr. 20, 1937
"Asleep in Jesus, blessed thought"
 
 
Turner, S. J.
June 30, 1859
July 30, 1905
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Turner, Sarah
"With God she rest"
 
 
Viers, Albert E.
Aug. 07, 1908
Aug. 15, 1917
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Viers, Joseph
Mar. 11, 1844
Dec. 19, 1922
"Christ loved him and took him home"
 
 
Viers, Larkin T., Jr.
May, 1883
Dec. 24, 1922
"I am gone home to die no more"
 
 
Viers, Lear
Apr. 20, 1850
Dec. 22, 1921
"Faithful to her trust even unto death"
 
 
Vires, Celey E.
Nov. 17, 1892
Sept. 05, 1915
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Vires, Judy A.
Jan. 01, 1843
Oct. 29, 1911
"She was a kind loving wife and affectionate mother"
 
 
Vires, Larkin T.
Nov. 16, 1839
Dec. 29, 1916
"Age 77 yrs, 1 mo., 13 days"
"He was faithful to every duty"
 
 
Vires, S. J.
Aug. 06, 1915
Aug. 06, 1915
"The little baby is gone to rest"
 
 
Whited, Asie Gladis
Daughter of Ras and Ollie Whited
Dec. 25, 1924
Feb. 16, 1925
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Whited, Beatrice
Aug. 22, 1926
Nov. 18, 1926
"Sleep in Jesus"
 
 
Wood, A. J.
1914 - 1914
 
 
Wood, Bessie
Daughter of Toby and Arizona Wood
 
 
Wood, D. M.
1917 - 1921
 
 
Wood, D. E.
1915 - 1919
 
 
Wood, James
Son of Toby and Arizona Wood
 
 
Wood, Joseph
son of Toby and Arizona Wood
 

 
 

On Nov. 10, 2002, The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Cumberland Mountain Rangers Camp #1798 of Dickenson County, held a Civil War Memorial Ceremony in this cemetery to recognize the four Civil War Veterans buried here.

 

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