Northumberland County, Virginia Genealogy Trails
Va., May 12. – Thomas Bryant died this morning of
pneumonia at his home near Howland’s Chapel, aged
about seventy years. He leaves a wife and several
[Richmond Times Dispatch (13 May
1910) Transcribed by FoFG
VA., April 5. - Newton Edwards, aged 81,
died at his home here recently, death being due to
cardiac dropsy. A brother and several nephews
[Richmond Times Dispatch (6 Apr.
1920) Transcribed by FoFG
Straton Gill died 15 Nov. 1756, St. Stephen's
Par., Northumberland Co.
from Records in Southern States and Genealogical
Notes" by Eva Turner Clark, 1939. Submitted by K.
Ellis Gill, Captain, died 27 Oct.
1760, St. Stephen's Par., Northumberland
("Gill: Abstracts from Records in
Southern States and Genealogical Notes" by Eva
Turner Clark, 1939. Submitted by K.
In Northumberland Co., near Burgess's
store, on the margin of a field, opposite the
residence of Dr. Snydor, a massive slab appears,
partly imbedded in the earth. The inscription
reads: "Here lies the body of Thomas Gill who
departed this life the 12th day of November 1739
in the 60th year of his Age." Wm. & Mary Coll.
("Gill: Abstracts from Records
in Southern States and Genealogical Notes" by Eva
Turner Clark, 1939. Submitted by K. Torp)
the death of John Emory Harding, of Northumberland
county, Va., another of our veterans of that
incomparable body of men, the glorious cavalry of
Northern Virginia, has gone to join the great
majority “over there.”
John E. Harding was the
son of James Harding, Sr., and was reared at their
beautiful home, La Grange, in Northumberland
County. He joined the Confederate army in 1861 and
followed Lee and Jackson through the entire war,
surrendering at Appomattox. Returning home, he
married Miss Laura Hughlett, an elegant Southern
woman. He died at his home on January 21, 1922,
after a long illness, and is survived by his
devoted wife, fours sons and four
John Emory Harding and his brother
James O. Harding belonged to the 9th Virginia
Cavalry, Company D. No truer, better, or braver
soldiers ever took up arms in defense of their
beloved Southland; no sacrifice was too great for
them to make.
(Committee: Mrs. Bettie Harding,
Mrs. Edgar Blackwell, Mrs. R. B. Brown, Wiconico
(Confederate Veteran, April,
1922, Vol. XXX, No. 4)
HEATHSVILLE VA. Sept.
12. - Miss Emily Ann Haynie. of near Brown's
Store, this county. died at the home of her
nephew. B. H. Ticer. Tuesday, in the
seventy-eighth year of her age. She was the
daughter of the late Jedithum D. Haynie and
Priscilla P. Prosser. his wife. She was one of
eight children, being survived by one sister. Mrs.
Ticer, of Baltimore. Interment was in the family
burying ground at the old home near Brown's Store.
Dr. Wallace Wood conducting the funeral
Dispatch, September 13, 1927 -
Transcribed by Barbara
On the 3rd instant, at the
residence of Col. James M. Smith, in
Northumberland county, Charles Howard, lately a
resident of this city, in the 89th year of his
[Richmond Whig (10 Oct. 1854) transcribed
by Marla Zwakman]
Va., March 1. – Edward Lewis, of near Henderson,
died yesterday. Funeral services will be conducted
by Rev. C. H. Williams, of the Methodist Episcopal
[Richmond Times Dispatch (2 Mar. 1910)
Transcribed by FoFG MZ]
Mrs. Mary Ann
In Georgetown, on Saturday at
6p m Mrs Mary Ann widow of the late Jas Lurlie in
the 67th year of her age.
Gazette Submitted by Erica Beatty]
VA., October 7. - Mrs. Maria Williams died
on Friday at the home of her son, E. P. Williams,
Fleets Bay Neck, aged seventy-six years.
Internment was in White Stone Methodist Cemetery.
Besides the son, a daughter, Mrs. William H.
George, and a brother, Tazewell Edmonds,
[Richmond Times Dispatch (8 Oct. 1916)
Transcribed by FoFG MZ]