Virginia USGenWeb Archives

Fredericksburg Cemetery,
Fredericksburg, VA
Tombstone Photographs

Photos in this section of the archives were submitted by:
Paula Lucy  Delosh (pld)

Embrey, Jane Dickinson Wallace ,eldest daughter of Howson Hooe Wallace and wife Ellen Byrd Wallace."Janie"married Alvin T.Embrey in November 1897.(pld)
Ferneyhough, Milton A.    Milton was a farmer from Stafford County and in the C.S.A.,Braxton's Battery.(pld)
 Ferneyhough, Robert Walker A retired railroader,died in Fredericksburg and a native of Stafford County ,son of Milton H.and Carrie Ferneyhough.Retired from the R.F.&P Railroad as conductor in 1945.(pld)
 Freeman, Allen died March 16, 1914 aged 80 years. Husband of Jennie,married September 15,1867.Enlisted in the C.S.A.,in April 1861 and served to the end of the war.(pld)
Stearns, Emeline Lee ,daughter of Frank P.and Bettie L.Stearns.Born May 8,1905,died June 15th,1994. Graduated from University of Richmond in 1925, attended the University of Chicago. A retired Fredericksburg school teacher.(pld)
Robert Chew Taylor born to John Arthur Taylor and Madge Herndon Chew on
October 7,1873 in Fredericksburg,Virginia. Spent his youth and early manhood in
Virginia. Attended Fredericksburg College Institute. Lived in Pittsburgh and Chicago for
some years, occupied a position of trust and importance with the Pennsylvania Railroad.
A member of St.George's Church. Brother of Fannie Mackall Taylor and Madge Mercer Talyor, of New York. Nephew of Mrs.Harriett Daingerfield of DC.He died in Chicago on October 3,1924.
Mariah Ann Lewis, married Rueben H. McGee on Septembet 15th,1859.
Both from Spotsylvania County,Virgina. Known as "Maria" Died at her home
in Fredericksburg on Amelia Street. She was the mother of ten children,one died in
1878,Carrie Ann McGee. At the time of her death she left nine children,the youngest ten
years old. A member of the Baptiat Church.Buried in Fredericksburg City Cemetery,
Robert Walker Ferneyhough, died at the home of his son, Milton
Ferneyhough, near Leeland, in Stafford County,Virginia.
He was formerly a prominent citizen of Spotsylvania county, where he was
an active farmer and at one time held the office of Justice of the
Peace. A member of Wilderness Baptist Church. His wife Frances died in
1885, father of Bettie G.(married Henry G.Chesley) John R.and Milton. His
grandson, son of Milton was named after him.


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