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William Bradshaw Cemetery

Located on St. Rt. 603 in the Paintlick area, in the valley back of Southwest Virginia Community College. Cemetery is on top of hill above Danny Mutter, overgrown with brush and briers. It is fenced, but the cemetery is in need of some cleaning.

Note: Items in Brackets ( ) have been added by Compiler.

Items with an (*) indicate corrections or additions provided by Jimmy Forrest.

This file submitted by Vernon Miller and Gary Miller

Photographs submitted by Jimmy Forrest


Charles S. Bradshaw
10 Jun 1849 - 4 Mar 1933
(s/o William Bradshaw & Jane Horton)

Mary S. Bradshaw
19 Jun 1854 - 22 Mar1943
(The above 2 on same Marker)
(w/o Charles S. Bradshaw, d/o W. E. & Caroline Stinson)

Infant Bradshaw
No Date or 1st Name on stone however from RCV death records is the following
Male Bradshaw
d. 05 Aug 1894
Age 1d, s/o Charles S. & Mary Bradshaw

Minnie Bradshaw Tabor
25 Aug 1886 - 25 Aug 1965

Charles Bradshaw Tabor *
22 Dec 1921 - 6 Aug 1937

Louisa Bradshaw *
19 Aug 1835 - 27 Nov 1865
(d/o William Bradshaw & Jane Horton)
(Stone was broken and no photograph was taken)

James H. Bradshaw
13 Nov 1841 - 27 Sep1900
(s/o William Bradshaw & Jane Horton)

Lydia M. Bradshaw *
7 Apr 1855 - 3 Jan 1937
(The above 2 on same Marker)
Father & Mother
(w/o James H. Bradshaw, maiden name: Lydia M. Hagey) Complete headstone (Individual inscriptions located at the bottom of each column)

Children of J. H. & L. M. Bradshaw *
No dates or names

Jonce Sargent *
14 Feb 1840 - 23 Feb 1901
(Full name: Johnson Sargent)

John B. Bradshaw *
15 Mar 1834 - 11 June 1859
(s/o William Bradshaw & Jane Horton) (Note: His death record states he d. 14 Jun 1859 and that his parents were John & Jane Bradshaw. It was actually William who was his father.)

William Bradshaw *
27 May 1810 - 12 Sep 1870
(s/o John Bradshaw & Sarah Horton) (Stone was laying flat on the ground and covered with leaves and dirt. Partially cleaned by Thomas Meredith and Jimmy Forrest August 2002)

Charles B. Vencill *
1871 - 1925

Josephine Vencill *
1869 - 1934
(The above 2 on same Marker located in a separate fenced area within the cemetery)

Note: This cemetery is in poor condition and very much in need of cleaning and restoration. There is likely to be more graves in this cemetery as I noticed several depressions. Unless this cemetery is thoroughly cleaned and restored, this can not be determined. There may even be more headstones buried in the secondary growth. The cemetery is covered with secondary growth and some mature trees.


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