Rose Dove Dalton and Albert Lee Dalton Homeplace

Rose Dove Dalton and Albert Lee Dalton Homeplace
This house and property belonged to John Ward, Jr At his death he willed the property to his nephew William Ward

Friday, December 3, 2010

December 3, 2010 Grave Matters Lynch Cemetery

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Yesterday I concentrated on the family of Susan Lynch Dearing Ward and Robert Henry Ward and today I will continue.  Below I have attached two remaining grave markers that I found in the Lynch Cemetery for her family.  They had nine children and I found grave markers for eight of those children at the Lynch Cemetery.  The only marker that was not there was the marker for Anselm Lynch Ward.  Anselm Ward was born on January 16, 1873.  He married Nathalie Floyd Otey on May 16, 1894.  He was educated at Washington and Lee University.  He was in the lumber business and resided in Lynchburg, Virginia at 903 Wise Street.   He is buried at the Holy Cross Cemetery in Lynchburg, Virginia.  He died on May 3, 1944.

Charles Lynch Ward Son of Robert H. and Susan Lynch Dearing Ward Born June 7, 1863
Died July 5, 1863
Infant son of Robert H. and Susan lynch Dearing Ward Born March 29, 1875 Died April 21, 1875

Comment about yesterday's blog on when Susan Lynch Dearing Ward lived in North Carolina.  I believe that it was a matter of interpreting his writing.  He didn't mean after her marriage as in the marriage was over, but after she married they went to North Carolina for a while.  At this time, I can't be sure about the dates or where they lived in Altavista in their later years.

Lynchburg: 1757-2007 (VA) (Images of America)

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