Farrow Cemetery

Farrow Cemetery

Brookman – Huffman Cemetery

Claudius Lee’s place

So far this is only three names I have found for this cemetery

Photos provided by Lisa Caldwell Garrett

Notes provided by Stephen A Taylor

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Francisco, Unknown baby born and died 26 Apr 1881

Francisco, Fannie 22 Mar 1856 – 11 Oct 1893 [Delilah Frances “Fannie “{Furrow} Francisco, daughter of Reuben Farrow & Levicy Walker} {Wife of Clifton Wiley Francisco}

Furrow, R. Was born in the year of our Lord 21 Oct 1816 – died: 25 Oct 1892

{Furrow, Reuben – married 4 times 1: Sarah Abbott – 2: Levicy Walker – 3: Lucinda (Bell) Champ – 4: Mary Ellen {Jones} Williams}

Furrow, Le (Levica) {Levicy Walker) 16 Feb 1810 – 23 Jun 1883 – wife of Reuben Furrow

Caldwell, A. W. (Arlington Wade) 22 May 1862 – 9 May 1911

Caldwell, A. W. 22 May 1862 – 9 May 1911 – Gone but not forgotten

Caldwell, Lessie V. {Viola} 19 Feb 1886 – 6 Sep 1901 [Daughter of Arlington Wade Caldwell & Mary Lorena Louisa Craft]

Caldwell, Paul Moore 9 Jan 1926 – 14 Dec 1928 – Son of C. E. & Bertha [Clarence Ester Caldwell & Bertha Mae Paitsel]

Caldwell, Paul Moore On December 14th 1928, the death angle visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Esther Caldwell and took away their darling - Paul Moore Caldwell who was born January 9, 1927 - aged 1 year 11 months and 5 days. His stay on earth was short, but oh, how hard it was to give little Paul up, but dear father and mother look up through your tears and sorrow and say God doeth all things well. Funeral services were held at Tinker Creek Church, Roanoke, by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Key, and the little body was brought to Craigs Creek and laid to rest in the family burying ground beneath a beautiful mound of flowers. The pallbearers were, Mr. Becker, Seri Craft, Mr. Dillon and Mr. Pearson. The flower girls were, Bessie Munsey, Clara Huffman, Sadie Gregory, Vera Bush and Sara Harris. LCG1011 – Ragland, Alvah Lee – 16 Sep 1922 – 4 May 1923 [Daughter of Harry E. Ragland & Ocie Lena Caldwell]

Ragland, Alvah Lee 16 Sep 1922 – 4 May 1923 [Daughter of Harry E. Ragland & Ocie Lena Caldwell] Ragland, Cecil Curin 3 Apr 1920 – 4 Mar 1923 [Son of Harry E. Ragland & Ocie Lena Caldwell]

Sarver, Margaret A. (Huffman) 3 Jul 1850 – 9 Dec 1938 – w/o Alex Sarver

Brookman, Samuel Nelson 10 Jul 1896 – 9 May 1946 Virginia – Pvt. U. S. Army – World War I

Brookman, Clara Webb 12 Oct 1902 – 20 Oct 1987 – w/o Samuel Nelson Brookman

Brookman, Sherman J. {Jackson} 21 Jun 1910 – 22 Mar 1964 [Son of Isaac Napoleon Brookman & Rogenia Margaret Smith]

Smith, Aldice R. (Rufus) 14 Feb 1875 – 5 Dec 1913 &

Smith, Lucy V. 2 Sep 1877 – 26 Mar 1934 & Smith, Aldice R. – 14 Feb 1875 – 5 Dec 1913

Smith, Lucy V. (Lucy Virginia Tinsley) 2 Sep 1877 – 26 Mar 1934

{Lucy Virginia Tingler – daughter of James & Mattie Tingler} Married in Craig County on 10 Sep 1899 to Aldice R. Smith – 14 Feb 1875 –4 Dec 1913 {Aldice, a son of Wm. Shafer & Adeline [Huffman] Caldwell Smith of Montgomery County, Virginia}

Simmons, David S. 17 Dec 1952 – 29 Nov 2001 Husband – Dad – Son – FRIEND

SIMMONS, David Edward, 48, of Catawba, passed away Thursday, November 29, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Catherine Sweeney Simmons; daughter and son-in-law, Alician S. and Robert Bratton; son and daughter-in-law, David Martin and Nancy Simmons and grandchild on the way; daughter, Olivia Brooke Simmons; parents, Hubert and Carrie Simmons; brother, Robert Simmons; parents-in-law, Randolph and Lucille Sweeney; sisters-in-law, Karen Ferguson and Wanda Wickline; canine companions, Sam and Chip; numerous cousins, nephews, nieces and friends. Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Sunday, December 2, 2001 at the Paitsel Funeral Home Chapel, New Castle with Rev. Lowell Chaney officiating. Interment will follow in the Brookman Family Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

Smith, A. R. 14 Feb 1875 – 4 Dec 1913 [scratched on a rock]

Webb, James O. 19 Dec 1857 – 5 Jan 1928 & Webb, Emma A. E. – 22 Mar 1866 – 11 May 1925

{James Oscar Webb, son of James W. Webb & Clara Rock} {Emma Elizabeth Meadows Webb – daughter of Anthony & Dorothea Meadows} Webb, Emma Elizabeth (Meadows), born 22 Mar 1886 – died 11 May 1925 at her home on Upper Craigs Creek of cancer. Survivors: Husband, James Oscar Webb; sons, Clarence S. Webb, Roy Bernie Webb, Oren E. Webb, daughter, Clara Catherine Webb. Burial: Furrow (Hale) Cemetery, Route 621, Craigs Creek. Webb, J. O. of Upper Craigs Creek, died January 5, 1929 {1928} age ca 70; was a brother of Late Albert W. Webb, Clerk of Craig Court.

LCG1023 – Webb, R. B. – 1905 – 1934

Webb, Roy B.
Roy Bernie Webb age 27 years 9 months and 18 days died at Laurel, Delaware, Sunday, Feby. 4th, 1934. Mr. Webb was a son of the late Oscar Webb of Upper Craigs Creek. He was an employee of the Pennsylvania Ry. and was working at his trade of electric welder when both he and his helper were run over by a train, and supposedly instantly killed. Mr. Webb lived at Paternent, Md. at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, one sister, Mrs. Clara Brookman, this county, James Webb, Riner, Va., Oren – Athens, W. V., and C. S. Webb – Catawba, Va. – Funeral services were conducted at New Hope church on Upper Craigs Creek by Rev. Jas. E. Hodges and P. H. Coffee and burial was made on the Claudius Lee place near the church. Mr. K. R. Webb of near town is a cousin of the deceased.


There are many graves that are only marked by stones with nothing on them at all

These people may be buried in this cemetery

Furrow, Levicy Walker – 16 Feb 1810 – 23 Jun 1883 – {d/o George Walker, Jr. & Elizabeth Looney} {Married in Botetourt County, Virginia on 18 Dec 1805 to Reuben Furrow}

Furrow, Sarah Abbott – 12 May 1805 – 1849 {D/o George G. Abbott) {Married in Botetourt County, Virginia on 21 Feb 1833 to Reuben Furrow}

Brookman, Isaac Napoleon – 16 Mar 1862 – 20 Dec 1918 Married on 1 May 1890 at the residence of Reuben Furrow to Brookman, Rogenia Margaret Smith – Jun 1872 – 15 Mar 1946 {Daughter of William Shafer Smith & Adeline [Huffman] Caldwell Smith, William Shafer – Oct 1848 - died 3 May 1924 {Son of James Pearis Smith & Elizabeth Jane Surface}

Smith, William S. (Shafer) of Upper Craigs Creek died at University Hospital, Charlottesville, ?-?- 1924; aged 76; buried on 3 May 1924 at Furrow Cemetery at old home on Craigs Creek. Survivors: a son, Walter Pharr - Albemarle County.

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