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Lee – Damewood Cemetery

Cavalier Drive & Route 311

New Castle, Virginia

Pictures by Karen Miles – Dobbins & Stephen A. Taylor

7 Jun 2009

Lee, Glenn Walton 18 Mar 1950 – 4 Nov 1974 Son of Clyde & Nellie Lee

Lee, Clyde W. 23 Jan 1917 – 19 Oct 1972 & Lee, Nellie M. – 30 Jan 1925 – 24 Oct 1967

Lee, Glenn Walton 18 Mar 1950 – 4 Nov 1974 – (Military Marker) Pvt. – U. S. Army – Vietnam

Lee, Clyde Walton 23 Jan 1917 – 18 Oct 1972 – (Military Marker) Maryland – Sgt. BRTY A – 374 FA BN – World War II

Damewood, Mary E. 16 Nov 1856 – 23 Aug 1938 – {Mary Ellen Hancock}

Mrs. Mary E. Damewood

Mrs. Mary Ellen Damewood, 81, died yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. V. Sarver in Garden City. Surviving are the following children: P. M. Damewood – Ashburn; Sesler Damewood, James Damewood and Mrs. G. P. Hancock – New Castle, Mrs. C. E. Ervin – Athens, Ohio; Jalmar Damewood – Monte Vista, Colo.; and a sister, Mrs. Emma Stevens – Lynchburg. Brief services will be conducted at the residence at 2 p.m. today, followed by services at the Mt. View Christian church, in Craig County at 3:30 p.m. Services will be conducted by the Rev. L. C. Hall, pastor of the Garden City Baptist Church, and the Rev. J. E. Grasty, of the Mt. View Church. Interment will be in the Lee cemetery. {23 Aug 1938} [Mary Ellen Hancock, daughter of Edwin C. Hancock & Dianah Abbott, wife of Michael Spessard Damewood]

Damewood, M. S. 22 Sep 1853 – 21 Jul 1924 [Michael Spessard Damewood, husband of Mary Ellen Hancock]

Rock marker with W. S. D. on it {more than likely marker for Michel S. Damewood}

Rock marker with nothing on it beside a tree

Rock with what appears to be P. B. D.

Another view of rock with what appears to be P. B. D.

Hancock, Benton W. 23 Jun 1860 – 20 Jul 1934

Benton Wiley Hancock was born 22 Jun 1860 – and departed this life 20 Jul 1934: aged Seventy – four years and twenty – eight days. He was united in marriage in 1893 to Miss Lucy Catherine Webb; to this union were born six children; four sons and two Daughters. He is survived by his wife; four sons; John, Herman, Walter and Russell Hancock, All of New Castle; one daughter, Mrs. Lily Simpson of Roanoke; and twelve grandchildren. He is also survived by two sisters: Mrs. Emma Stevens, of Lynchburg and Mrs. Ellie Damewood Of Roanoke. Funeral service was conducted on Saturday p. m. July 21st by Minister John E. Grasty of the Christian church. Interment was made in the Lee Cemetery on Craigs Creek.

Full view of Benton Wiley Hancock’s stone

Hancock, Milton H. 15 Jul 1889 – 14 Apr 1908 Son of John William Hancock & Emma E. Anderson

Another view of Milton H. Hancock stone

Footstone with M. H. H.

Grave marked only with a rock

Grave marked only with rocks

Grave marked only with rocks

Hancock, Edwin C. 22nd Virginia CSA

Hancock, Edwin C. 22nd Virginia CSA

Jones, M. A. {Matinza 'Jincey' Ann Hancock} – 17 Jul 1849 – 29 Sep 1883 [Daughter of Edwin C. Hancock & Dianah Abbott – wife of George Riley Jones]

Jones, M. A. rock marker closer view

Jones, George R. Co H – 22nd Virginia Infantry – CSA

From the book 22nd Virginia Infantry by Terry D. Lowry Jones, George R. Pvt. Co. H Enlisted 28 Apr 1862 at White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier Co. West Virginia. Joined this Co. 28 Apr 1862. Deserted near Staunton, Virginia May 1864. Residence Craig County, Virginia 1898 at age 53. Buried Lee Cemetery Route 311, near Ramey Lee house, Craig County, Virginia.

Jones, George Riley born 11 Dec 1844 – (death date unknown) - CSA Husband of Matinza 'Jincey' Ann Hancock

View of part of cemetery standing at the grave of George Riley Jones

Rose, George Adam 20 Jun 1873 – 25 Jun 1950 & Rose, Ada A. Jones – 30 Apr 1875 – 31 Dec 1915

{George Adam Rose – a son of Hugh Caldwell Rose & Margaret Elizabeth Adams} {Ada A. Jones Rose – a daughter of George Riley Jones & Matinza 'Jincey' Ann Hancock}

Rose, Ada A. Jones 30 Apr 1875 – 31 Dec 1915 [a closer view]

Rose, George Adam 20 Jun 1873 – 25 Jun 1950 – [a closer view]

Rose, George Adam & Ada A. Jones Rose

Rose, Frank R. 30 Jan 1922 – 19 Apr 1968 – (Military Marker) Virginia – Pfc. – HQ Co 1 BN 330 Inf. 83 Div. – World War II – BSM – PH

{Frank Rutherford Rose – a son of George Adam Rose & Vannie Jones Elmore (2nd wife), Husband of Martha E. Dequino Rose}

Rutherford, Baby no dates Infant of Mabel Jones Rutherford

Another view of Baby Rutherford

Jones, Charles O. 13 Jan 1869 – 26 Jul 1939 [Husband of Mollie G. Doss – son of George Riley Jones & Matinza “Jincey” Ann Hancock]

Jones, Charles O., 70, a native of the upper Craigs Creek section but for a number of years a resident of New Castle, died of a heart attack at his home here on Wednesday night. He is survived by his wife who before marriage was Miss Mollie Doss, one daughter, Mrs. Darlene Brown of Roanoke, two sons, Fred and Roy Jones of Craig. Funeral arrangements had not been made when this was written. [26 Jul 1939]

Jones, Agnes L. “Beanie” 28 Jan 1867 – 4 Jan 1939 [Agnes Laura Lovenia Jones – daughter of George Riley Jones & Matinza “Jincey” Ann Hancock]

Miss Agnes Louvina Jones

Miss Agnes Louvina Jones, 72, a native of the Upper Craigs Creek section of Craig County, died at her home five miles south of New Castle, on Route 311, Wednesday morning 4 Jan 1939. Surviving are two brothers, Robert and C. O. Jones, of Craig County; and a sister, Mrs. C. O. Doss, of Blue Ridge. The funeral will be held at Mountain View Christian church Thursday at 2 p.m.

Jones, Susie C. 24 Oct 1879 – 9 Sep 1946 [Susie Alice Carper – wife of Walter Truman Jones]

Jones, Susie C. another view

Unmarked grave beside Susie C. Jones – {maybe grave of Walter Thurman Jones)

Jones, Walter Truman was born at Abbott, Virginia, 29 Nov 1877, and died at his home in New Castle, Sunday, 2 Sep (1934). On 2 Oct 1915 he was united in marriage to Miss Susie Alice Carper. He is survived by his widow and three children: Octa Marie, Mable Lorraine and Oveta Sue Jones. He is also survived by two brothers: Charles & Robert Jones – New Castle; and two sisters; Mrs. Margie Doss, of Blue Ridge, and Miss Luvina Jones, of Abbott, Virginia. Mr. Jones was a veteran of the Spanish – American War; having enlisted , 2 May 1899, and Served three years in the army. Funeral services were conducted at the Mountain View Church, On Tuesday, 4th Sep, by the minister, John E. Grasty, assisted by Evangelist A. G. McCown, of Edmond, Oklahoma. Burial in the Lee Cemetery. {1934}

Unmarked grave two down from Susie Jones

Unmarked grave 3 down from Susie Jones

Unmarked grave 4 down from Susie Jones

Another unmarked grave

Abbott, Susan Bradds 1821 – 1892 – {Lotz funeral home marker added later} [2nd wife of James W. Abbott]

Abbott, Susan Bradds 1821 – 1892 [View of funeral home marker and rock marker]

Abbott, William Riley 1858 – 1898 (Lotz funeral home marker added later) [Son of James W. Abbott & Susan Bradds – husband of Lelia Surber]

Abbott, William Riley Funeral home marker & rock marker

Abbott, Lelia Surber 1872 – 1901 – (Lotz funeral home marker)

Funeral home marker nothing left on it – unknown

Rock marker grave unknown

Abbott, Delilah 22 Aug 1807 – 17 Mar 1875 (Wife of Roy Elijah Calvin Lee)

Another view of Abbott, Delilah

Footstone P. V. C. L.

Stone marker grave unknown

Stone with D. L.

Stone marker grave unknown

Stone marker grave unknown

Footstone hard to read due to growth on stone

Lee, Roy Elijah Calvin 10 May 1810 – 2 Nov 1883 Son of Jonathan Wright Lee & Sarah Brickey – husband of Delilah Abbott & Nancy Alls {Stone is very hard to read as it is weather worn and is lying flat on the ground}

Large stone weather worn and very hard to read

closer view of large stone

Lee, Phoebe Sue 24 Jan 1835 – 13 Apr 1904 [Phoebe Susan Williams, daughter of Philip B. Williams & Elizabeth McPherson] Wife of John Abbott Independence Lee

Lee, Phoebe Sue another view

Lee, Phoebe Sue still another view

Footstone P. S. L. (Phoebe Sue Lee)

Stone with only Ken Johnson on it

Gray stone with something written on it but now I can’t make it out It is lying on the grave of Ken Johnson

Johnson, C. Ken 18 Jul 1932 – 26 Sep 1982 [Clarence Kenneth “Ken” Johnson] & Johnson, Geraldine Lee – 18 Apr 1933 – 17 Jan 2003 [Daughter of Ramey Philip Lee & Floetha 'Flora' Davis]

Johnson, C. Ken & Geraldine Lee another view

Unknown person with funeral home marker with nothing on it and a wooden cross

Unknown grave with wooden cross & funeral home marker with nothing left and turtle

Johnson, C. Ken & Geraldine Lee with all these markers

Huffman, Cora D. 10 May 1885 – 8 Dec 1972 [Cora Della Huffman – daughter of Joseph H. Huffman & Mary Ellen Bradley] Wife of Tony J. Huffman

Close up of Cora D. Huffman marker

Huffman, Tony J. 11 Jul 1881 – 20 Feb 1957 [Son of Anderson J. Huffman & Mary Jane Walton] Husband of Cora Della Huffman

Full view of Tony J. Huffman marker

Reynolds, Delphia A. 1910 - ??86 (funeral home marker bent and date missing) [Reynolds, Delphia Ann Huffman – 19 Feb 1910 – Sep 1986 – daughter of Tony J. Huffman & Cora Della (Huffman) Huffman – wife of Roy Lee Reynolds]

Lee, Ramey Bruce 11 May 1924 – 10 Jun 1998 – (Military Marker) GM2 – U. S. Navy World War II

LEE, Ramey Bruce, 74, of New Castle, passed away Wednesday, June 10, 1998. He was a member of Mountain View Christian Church and also attended New Castle Christian Church. He was a veteran of World War II, serving in the Navy. He retired from the VA Medical Center, Salem and was a member of VFW Post 4491 New Castle. Also a member of Mountain Lodge #140 A.F.&A.M., Order of Eastern Star #168, Royal Arch, Shrine, Commandery. He graduated from National Business College. Bruce was also well known as Santa Clause by children and adults. He is preceded in death by his parents, Ramey Phillip and Floetha Davis Lee; brothers, Billy Lee Sr. Lucian Lee; sister, Kathryn Weber. He is survived by his sisters and brother-in-law, Geraldine Johnson, New Castle, Patricia and Michael Childers, Rocky Mount; brothers and sisters-in-law, James and Penny Lee , John and Linda Lee , Billy Jr. and Susie Lee , all of New Castle; numerous nieces and nephews; a special friend, Louise Price. Funeral services will be held 12 noon Friday at the Paitsel Funeral Home Chapel, New Castle with Dr. Ernie Johnson officiating. Interment will follow at the Lee Family Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Masonic services will be held 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the chapel.

Lee, James D. 1940 – 2005 – (funeral home marker)

Lee, James D. funeral home marker & bird plaque

Lee, Penny Heilman 1959 - _______ & Lee, James Davis – 1940 – 2005 {4 Mar 1940 – 31 Dec 2005}

Roanoke Times, the (VA) - Monday, January 2, 2006 James Davis Lee 65, of New Castle went to be with the Lord December 31, 2005. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ramey and Flora Lee, brothers, Bruce Lee, Bill Lee and Lucian Lee, sisters Kathryn Weber and Geraldine Johnson. He is survived by wife Penny H. Lee; sons, Frank Lee and Philip Lee; brothers, John Lee and wife Linda, Billy Lee and wife Susie; sister, Pat Childers and husband Mike; sister-in-law, Jennifer Deane and husband Mike; brother-in-law, Tracy Heilman and wife Margaret; and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, 3 p.m., at Lee Cemetery with Jim Morris officiating. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Craig County Rescue Squad.

Webber, Kathryn Lee 3 Jun 1927 – 1 Aug 1985 {Sarah Kathryn Lee – daughter of Ramey Philip Lee & Floetha 'Flora' Davis} Wife of Harry Robert Weber, Jr.

Lee, Ramey Bruce 11 May 1924 – 10 Jun 1998

Footstone M. E. H.

Shockley, Violet M. 17 Sep 1923 – 22 Sep 1923 (Infant daughter of Foy Kenneth Shockley & Mary Sue Huffman)

Lee, William Aaron 7 Dec 1925 – 6 Jan 1977 {Son of Ramey Philip Lee & Floetha 'Flora' Davis} Husband of Slena Constantina Vilvrec

Lee, William Aaron 7 Dec 1925 – 6 Jan 1977 – (Military Marker) HA 1 – U. S. Navy – World War II

Lee, Ramey P. 1901 – 1977 & Lee, Floetha D. – 1902 – 1974

Lee, Ramey P. 1901 – 1977 & Lee, Floetha D. – 1902 – 1974 Close up

Unmarked grave

Funeral Home Marker nothing readable

Funeral Home marker different view (same as above)

Possible child’s grave statue of lamb – nothing else

Unmarked grave

Unmarked grave

Grave marked by a rock and flowers

Lee, J. C. Co H 22nd VA Inf. – CSA – no dates

[Lee, Jonathan Calvin – 4 Jul 1835 – 23 Dec 1910, a son of Roy Elijah Calvin Lee & Delilah Abbott – husband of Cynthia Margaret Williams & Rosalind Abbott] {Taken from the book 22nd Virginia Infantry – by Terry D. Lowry

Lee, Jonathan Calvin – Musician, CO H – born ca 1836 Craig County, Virginia; Enl 28 Apr 1862 At White Sulphur Springs, Greenbrier County, WV (PWR says enl. Mar 1862 for 3 years) Was assigned to this Co 28 Apr 1862. Wrote a letter from Lewisburg, WV 23 Mar 1863. Deserted near Staunton, VA on ? May 1864. Residence Craig County in 1898 at age 62. Buried in Lee cemetery, Route 311, near Ramey Lee house, Craig County, VA. “A pacifist at heart”.

Lee, J. C. CO H – 22nd VA Inf. – CSA

Lee, Philip V. C. 19 Sep 1858 – 5 Jun 1926 & Lee, Amanda K. – 4 Mar 1861 – 2 Dec 1917

Lee, P. V. C. died at home on Upper Craigs creek on 5 Jun 1926, in 68th year of his life, buried in Family cemetery near home, with Masonic Rites; wife, nee Amanda C. Mann, died 2 Dec 1917. Survivors: Children: Cyril M.; Ramey Philip; Mrs. Mary S. {Mrs. Alfred G.) Lee and Mrs. James {Mabel} Damewood; five brothers and one sister.

Lee, Philip V. C. 19 Sep 1859 – 5 Jun 1926 & Lee, Amanda K. – 4 Mar 1861 – 2 Dec 1917

Lee, Rosaline 1849 – 1929

[Lee, Rosaline Abbott – 8 Sep 1842 – 14 Jan 1929, widow of Jonathan Calvin Lee; daughter of James Abbott & Susan Bradd]

Lee, Rosaline widow of Calvin, died at home on Upper Craigs Creek on 14 Jan 1929; Survivors: three sons; J. Crintz; Chester and Allen

Damewood, James E. 1890 – 1953 & Damewood, Mabel L. (Lee) – 1885 – 1961

Damewood, James E. 1890 – 1953

Damewood, Mabel L. (Lee) 1885 – 1961

Damewood, Jimmie Lorena 16 Feb 1927 – 17 Feb 1927

“Suffer little children to come unto me”

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Damewood lost a two day old daughter 17 Feb 1927. Lee, Ohmer Laban 12 Jun 1908 – 30 Mar 1912 Son of Oliver Chester “Chess” Lee & Glendora Dove Damewood

Bench In Memory of Mary Hess

Headstone or Footstone next to a large tree

Headstone or footstone next to large tree According to map of cemetery a brother of Delilah Abbott Lee is buried under the tree

Funeral home marker everything gone

Rock marker & funeral home marker with Klenk, Martha R. – 27 Oct 1962 – nothing else

Grave marked by a square rock

All, William Stanley, Sr. 29 Aug 1943 – 4 Oct 1997 & All, Donna Jean {Lucas} – 1 Sep 1947 – ______ Married – 29 Aug 1994

View of the cemetery

Another view of cemetery

Another view of cemetery

Another view of cemetery

View of the largest tree in cemetery under which is supposed to be buried one of Delilah Abbott Lee’s brother’s

A pretty pink mushroom in the cemetery

A pretty yellow mushroom in the cemetery

Damewood, Jimmie Lorena 16 Feb 1927 – 17 Feb 1927 – (duplicate picture)

Damewood, Dale W. 11 Sep 1938 – 4 Sep 2006 – (Military Marker) Pfc. U. S. Marine Corps – “Beloved brother – father – and papa [Son of Jasper Damewood & Myrtle Sigmon]

Damewood, Andrew J. 1863 – 1940 & Damewood, Lawrence G. – 1869 – ___

[Damewood, Andrew Jackson – 23 Nov 1863 – 3 Apr 1940 – son of Anderson Meeks Damewood and Martha Evaline Abbott – husband of Lawrence O. W. Caldwell] [Damewood, Lawrence O. W. {Caldwell} – daughter of Alexander G. Caldwell & Marcellus Surber] Barbaree, Connie Jane Lee 8 Oct 1940 – 3 Nov 2007 Daughter of Cyril Moore Lee & Elizabeth Virginia Burger

Miles, Richard E. 1 Jul 1925 – 13 May 1998 & Miles, Harriet Lee – 11 Nov 1931 – 28 Feb 1999 [Richard Eugene Miles – son of Eugene Edward Miles & Mary Irene Brissette] [Harriet Lee – daughter of Cyril Moore Lee & Elizabeth Virginia Burger]

Jones, Sarah Elizabeth 1965 [Daughter of Barbaree, Connie Jane Lee]

Lee, Dora D.17 Aug 1877 – 26 Oct 1937 & Lee, Oliver C. – 21 Jun 1864 – 21 Sep 1943

Lee, Mrs. Bland Dora Dove, 60, wife of O. C. Lee, residing a few miles south of New Castle on Route 311, died Tuesday afternoon in a Roanoke hospital after an illness of several months. The body was brought back to her home for burial Thursday in Lee Family cemetery. {26 Oct 1937}

Mrs. Bland Dora Lee

Mrs. Bland Dora Dove Lee, 60, wife of O. C. Lee, of near Newcastle, died Tuesday afternoon in a local hospital. The body will be taken to Craig County Wednesday and funeral services will be held in the Lee family cemetery. {1937} [Glendora Dove 'Dora' Damewood – daughter of Michael Spessard Damewood and Mary Ellen Hancock – wife of Oliver Chester 'Chess' Lee]

Greenway, Henry W. 1895 – 1959 & Greenway, Effie H. – 1897 – 1977

[Henry Woodson Greenway - 16 Mar 1895 - 29 Mar 1959 – son of Alfred Jackson Greenway and Laura Ann (Greenway) Greenway] [Effie Blanche Huffman – 14 Feb 1897 – 23 Dec 1977 – daughter of William Pendleton Huffman & Maryland “Mary” Diamond Greenway]

Funeral home marker with nothing on it

Unknown grave marked with a rock

Greenway, Rufus Andrew 5 Oct 1892 – 10 Jul 1912 [Son of Alfred Jackson Greenway and Laura Ann (Greenway) Greenway

Lee, Louvenia J. Elvin 31 Aug 1909 – 20 Oct 1995 Wife of Phillip Calvin Lee

Lee, Philip Calvin 21 Aug 1902 – 15 Dec 1963 Husband of Louvenia Jane Elvin – son of Alfred Gayus Lee & Mary Susan (Lee) Lee

Grave marked only with rocks

Lee, David Cyril 28 Feb 1944 – 21 Feb 1996 Son of Phillip Calvin Lee & Louvenia Jane Elvin

Lee, Dr. Philip Calvin, Jr. 6 Dec 1933 – 29 Jan 1998 [Son of Phillip Calvin Lee & Louvenia Jane Elvin]

Parrish, James1880’s – 11 Aug 1936 & Parrish, Ada B. Caldwell – 17 Feb 1889 – 2 May 1974 [James O. Parrish - 31 Aug 1876 - 11 Aug 1936 – a son of Matthew Parrish & Emma.]

[Parrish, Ada Blanche Caldwell – daughter of LeRoy Johnston Caldwell * Rosa Lee Starks]

Parrish, James O.

James O. Parrish, of near Abbott, had been ill with cancer for several years – died on 11 August 1936, age 59 years 11 months and 11 days; born on 31 August 1876; buried in the Lee cemetery. Survivors: widow, daughter of LeeRoy J. Caldwell; sister; Mrs. Jennie Greenway – New Castle; brother, Charles H. Parrish – White Sulphur Springs.

Huffman, David 2 Mar 1880 – 1 Apr 1922 & Huffman, Ida B. Jones – 19 Aug 1872 – 7 May 1932

[Ida Belle Jones – daughter of James L. Jones & Nannie, wife of David H. Huffman & William Pendleton Huffman]

Thomas, Doney 5 Oct 188? – 13 Jan 1940 {Homemade marker}

Thomas, G. Cleve 1885 – 1973 (homemade marker) [Thomas, Grover Cleveland - 10 May 1888 - 15 Sep 1973]

Lee, Oliver K. 6 May 1893 – 25 Feb 1961 – (Military Marker) Virginia – 15 CO 155 Depot Brigade – World War 1

[Oliver Kocafee 'Coke' Lee – son of Jesseville Crintz Lee & Almeda Adeline Reynolds, Husband of Mary Myrtle Shaffer]

Grave marked with a rock and a flower pot

Hess, Mary Katherine 29 Nov 1918 – 24 Oct 2008


Roanoke Times, The (VA) - Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Mary Katherine Russell (Kat) Hess, 89, of Salem, Va., went to be with the Lord on Friday, October 24, 2008. She was preceded by her husband, Nelson; oldest son, Richard; granddaughter, Krista Holman; and brothers, Pat and Charlie. She was born on November 29, 1918, in Marion, Va., to the late Charles Loomis Russell, a stonemason, and Margaret Ryan Russell Jackson, a traveling nurse. Kat, as she was affectionately known to her family, grew up in the Abbott Community of Craig County with her beloved adoptive mother, the late Mary Susanah "Aunt Meddie" Lee. Kat leaves behind to cherish her memory her oldest son's widow, Shirley Hess ; son, Michael Hess and wife, Heather; her daughter, Margaret Holman and husband, Bruce Holman; youngest son, David Hess and wife, Jane-ellen; special nephew, Elvin Lee and his wife, Helen; grandchildren, Sabrina Thompson and husband, Keith, Rhonda Scott and husband, Ben, Steve Hess and wife, Audrey, Robin Watson and husband, Gary, Dawn Holman and husband, Alek Sokolovsky, Ryan Cash, Kobi Lloyd and husband, Rob, Flanders Koerner and husband, Scott; eight great-grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Mae R. Russell and Lucille H. Slayton; brothers-in-law, Winfred Hess and wife, Arlene, and Clifford Hess ; and numerous nieces, nephews and a multitude of friends. Mary was truly genuine in her everyday actions with family and friends, always giving of herself and expecting nothing in return. She would be truly pleased if in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions would be made to the Craig County Public Library in her name. A memorial service celebrating her life will be held 11 a.m. on Thursday, October 30, 2008, in the Richfield Nursing Home, the Jane Morgan Harris Chapel with Chaplin Tom Clay officiating. Inurnment will be held 2 p.m. on Friday, October 31, 2008, at Lee Cemetery in Craig County. Arrangements by Simpson Funeral Home and Crematory, 540-366-0707.

Lee, Mary Susan 10 Mar 1881 – 21 May 1952 Daughter of Philip Virgil 'Cicero' Lee & Amanda Cale Mann – wife of Alfred Gaius Lee

Lee, Alfred Gaius 18 Jun 1876 – 10 Jan 1905 Son of Jonathan Calvin Lee & Rosaline Abbott – husband of Mary Susan Lee

Lee, Amanda Rosaline – 3 May 1904 – 17 Mar 1905 Daughter of Alfred Gaius Lee & Mary Susan (Lee) Lee

Lee, J. C. (Jonathan Calvin) CO H – 22nd Virginia Infantry – CSA

Lee, J. C. CO H – 22nd Virginia – Infantry – CSA

Lee, Rosaline (Abbott) 1842 – 1929

Lee, Rosaline – widow of Calvin died at home on Upper Craigs Creek 14 Jan 1929. Survivors: three sons; J. Crintz, Chester; Allen

Lee, Infant daughter of Clyde W. & Nellie G. Lee – 3 Dec 1951

Lee, Jimmie Lorena 16 Feb 1927 – 17 Feb 1927

Lee, Cyril M. 10 Jan 1897 – 9 Feb 1955 – (Military Marker) Virginia – Pvt. Co 1 3 BN 1 Gas Regt. – World War I

Lee, Elizabeth V. B. 8 Nov 1904 – 28 Feb 1976 {Also has a funeral home marker} [Lee, Elizabeth Virginia Burger – daughter of Charles Edward Burger & Nettie Grove Christie] Wife of Cyril 'Cyke' Moore Lee

Damewood, Naomi J. 21 Mar 1859 – 18 Jul 1936 Damewood, Naomi John

Naomi John Damewood died at her home at Catawba on 18 Jul 1936, age 77; buried in a cemetery nearby. Survivors: two sisters; Miss Jennie and Mrs. Mary Lawson – Catawba; four brothers; J. N. – Marysville, Ohio; A. J. – Craig; H. M. – Leesburg; L. B. – Wirtz. [Naomi John Damewood, daughter of Anderson Meeks Damewood & Martha Evaline Abbott]

Damewood, Anderson M. 5 Nov 1830 – 10 Feb 1911 Son of James Damewood & Mary “Polly” Huffman Husband of Martha Evaline Abbott & Delphine Ann Kern

Jones, Orlando – son of Mr. G. W. Jones died at the home of his parents a few miles west of town on last Monday after a long illness from tuberculosis. The remains were taken to upper Craigs Creek for burial on Nov 27th. {Orlando Jones died on 25 Nov 1929}