Nester Cemetery (Crooked Oak)

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Nester Cemetery (Crooked Oak)

Carroll County, Virginia

Laurel Fork District

Location: Crooked Oak Community

Directions: In a field beside Rt. 907 (Horse Shoe Bend Road), 0.8 mile from Highway 58 (Danville Pike).

GPS Coordinates: N 36.733692 W 080.612371

Surveyed by: Buford C. Wilson, 14 Feb 2015; buford-wilson@outlook.com

Comments: The cemetery is well fenced and in excellent condition. Information in [brackets] is not on the stone. In an old death record this was called the Josh Nester Graveyard

Nester Cemetery (Crooked Oak), Carroll County, Virginia
Name Birth Death Comments
Row 1
GOAD, Wm Isaac 1856 1968 Shared stone with next; William Isaac; s/o General E. Lee Goad & Obedience Catherine Dowell
GOAD, Lenoria N. 1889 1981 d/o Emmett A. Nester & Jane Goad; w/o William Isaac Goad
GOAD, Goldia 23 Jun 1910 01 Jun 1911 d/o William Isaac Goad & Lenoria Nester
GOAD, Robert Lee 12 Jun 1916 19 Apr 1997 U. S. Army WW II; s/o William Isaac Goad & Lenoria Nester
Row 2
NESTER, Joseph Andrew 01 Apr 1946 27 Oct 2006 s/o Joseph Luta Nester & Susie Gladys Joyce
NESTER, Joseph Luta 20 Jan 1910 13 Oct 1967 Shared stone with next; s/o Charles Ennice Nester & Evaline Goad
NESTER, Susie Gladys 15 Feb 1909 24 Sep 1981 d/o James Calvin Joyce & Joanna Dickerson; w/o Joseph Luta Nester
NESTER, Charlie Ennice 12 Oct 1881 18 Apr 1972 Shared stone with next; Charles Ennice; s/o Emmett A. Nester & Jane Goad
NESTER, Evaline 17 Oct 1873 04 Nov 1949 d/o Aaron Goad & America Boyd; 2nd w/o Charles Ennice Nester
NESTER, Diana C. 08 Jan 1883 21 Oct 1906 d/o Aaron Floyd Goad & Mary Ann Gilley; 1st w/o Charles Ennice Nester
NESTER, Early 21 Oct 1906 03 Jun 1907 s/o Charles Ennice Nester & Diana C. Goad
NESTER, Edker 21 Oct 1906 24 Jun 1907 s/o Charles Ennice Nester & Diana C. Goad
NESTER, Raymond Benton 18 Sep 1914 25 Sep 1982 Shared stone with next; s/o Charles Ennice Nester & Evaline Goad
NESTER, Lila Hardy 22 Jun 1917 10 Jun 2004 d/o Thomas Jefferson Hardy & Alice Margaret Webb; w/o Raymond Benton Nester
Row 3
NESTER, John Co. I 63 Va. Inf. CSA; s/o Joshua Nester & Rebecca Cock
THOMAS, Leonard 10 Nov 1906 02 Dec 1976 Shared stone with next; Cox U. S. Navy WW II; s/o Ennis Thomas & Lavinia S. Nester
THOMAS, Bessie N. 27 Feb 1902 14 Jun 1977 d/o James Ennis Nester & Martha Jane McGrady; w/o Leonard Thomas
GOAD, John 11 Nov 1848 24 Mar 1915 s/o Andrew Goad & Mary Mabry
By tradition, no marked stone
[NESTER, Nancy R.] d/o Isaac Goad & Susan Dalton; 2nd w/o John Nester
There is an undetermined number of graves either unmarked or marked with fieldstones.