Mullins Cemetery 1 Tarpon

Mullins Cemetery

Located at Route 607; Tarpon; Dickenson County, Virginia
Documented by Christena Fuller & Gayle Stanley, October 27, 1999

Updated June 23, 2008

 

Barton, Debra J.
1957
"We miss you"
 
 
Bauswell, Alta M.
1913 - 1990
"God give life to man - Death is part of life"
 
 
Bauswell, Roy L.
1913 1986
"God give life to man - Death is part of life"
 
 
Dotson, Sarah Vanover
Dec. 25, 1863
Jan. 09, 1930
"Mother at rest"
 
 
Fink, John H.
1888 - 1954
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Fink, Nannie B.
1895 - 1956
"Gone but not forgotten"
 

 

McCowan, Michael

Oct. 3, 1967

May 22, 2005

 

 
Mullins, Alex
Mar. 08, 1865
Oct. 07, 1945
"He is gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Mullins, Alpha Marueen
1926 - 1989
 
 
Mullins, Ballard D.
Aug. 24, 1907
Sept. 19, 1966
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Mullins, Burns
May 27, 1922
May 27, 1922
"From mother's arms to the arms of Jesus"
 
 

Mullins, Carl
Nov. 26, 1926
Nov. 26, 1926
"The lovely flower has faded"

 

Mullins, Carolin
Jan. 04, 1862
Apr. 26, 1923
Age 61 yrs., 3 mos., 22 days
"Weep not she is at rest"
 
 
Mullins, Earl
Nov. 26, 1925
Nov. 26, 1925
"Gone to be an angel"
 
 

Mullins, Erdman

October 14, 1922

June 07, 2008

 

Mullins, Farley
Mar. 02, 1909
Feb. 22, 1966
"At rest"
 
 
Mullins, Frank
Sept. 28, 1899
Oct. 29, 1929
"He is gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Mullins, George W.
1885 - 1962
 
 
Mullins, Hallie F.
July 15, 1915
Jan. 13, 1981
"Gone but not forgotten"
 
 
Mullins, Leon
Nov. 01, 1923
Nov. 01, 1923
 
 
Mullins, Molly W.
1885 - 1967
 
 
Mullins, Polly Ann
July 19, 1900
Apr. 10, 1990
 
 
Mullins, Ralph
1917 - 1963
"We miss you"

 

Oostlander, Annette

April 10, 1961

Dec. 30, 2005

 

Stallard, Frank J.
1904 - 1968
 
 

Stallard, George C.
May 12, 1946
Oct. 06, 1997

 

Always in our hearts

Stallard, Jimmy Lewis

Aug. 13, 1956

Aug. 1, 1999

 

Loving Father, Brother, and Friend  

Stallard, Kenneth Frank

March 20, 1941

January 12, 2005

 

Stallard, Veulah
1911 - 1975

 

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