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Lewis Hale Family Cemetery
Grayson County, Virginia
Location: Elk Creek
Directions: From intersection of Elk Creek Parkway (US 21) and Comers Rock Rd (Rt 658) at Elk Creek continue north on Elk Creek Parkway for about 1/4 mile to Willow Shade Ln (Rt. 666). The cemetery is north of Willow Shade Ln on west side of Elk Creek Parkway.
GPS Coordinates: N36.708046 W81.170364
Surveyed by: Susan Taylor Woodson & Mary Taylor Harrington. A handwritten account by Eli Scott Hale gives names and dates. Most of the stones only have the years on them.
Comments: At the front of the cemetery are two decorative iron gates which swing open at the center. Incorporated within the iron scroll work at the upper portion of the gates is the inscription, "Hale 1802." ; Genealogy was provided by Mary Taylor Harrington & Susan Taylor Woodson. Eli Scott Hale notes were preserved by Paul Herndon.
|HALE, Infant||[31 Aug] 1899||[31 Aug] 1899||age 12 hours; [d/o Scott and Eva Hale] Hale|
|HALE, Sophia||[24 Dec] 1897||[26 Dec 1897]||aged 36 hours; [d/o Eli Cook and Lillian Thornton Hale (his second wife)];|
|HAIL, Eli Cook||[14 Jan] 1834||[6 May ]1905|
|HAIL, Frances Ann||[9 Sep] 1836||[8 Aug 1892]||[d/o James and Rachael Scott; w/o Eli Cook Hale]|
|VAUGHAN, Laura J.||[17 Dec] 1859||[24 Aug] 1905||[d/o Eli Cook and Frances Ann Scott Hale; w/o Dr. James Emmett Vaughan]|
|HAIL, Mastin||[22 Dec] 1804||[2 Jun] 1900|
|HAIL, Susan||1803||1864||[nee Perkins; 1st w/o Mastin Hale]|
|HAIL, Margaret J.||[6 Jan] 1819||[1 Jun] 1900||[2nd w/o Mastin Hale]|
|McKINNEY, Mollie V.||[28 Jan] 1866||[24 Mar] 1896||aged 30 ys 1 mo and 26 ds; [d/o Eli C. & Fannie Hale; w/o Willis E. McKinney]|
|WHITMAN, John H.||[27 Aug] 1822||[6 Mar] 1904|
|WHITMAN, Celia T.||[14 Aug] 1831||[8 Feb] 1901||aged 69 yrs 3 mo 24 ds; [w/o John H. Whitman]|
|MOXLEY, Joseph C., Dr.||[17 Nov] 1884||[6 Feb] 1976|
|MOXLEY, Emma Kirby||[8 Jan] 1896||[13 Nov] 1989||[Emma Rose, d/o James Heath & Nancy McKnight Kirby; w/o Joseph C. Moxley]|
|HAIL, Chapman G.||[16 Aug] 1854||aged 30 years 3 mo and 17 days; consort of Margaret Hail|
|HAIL, Stephen, Senr.||[24 Jul] 1783||16 Feb 1854||consort of Frances Hail; aged 70 years, 6 mo and 22 days; [stone refurbished and reset 1992]|
|HALE, Frances||Headstone has been reset in concrete with its dates, if any, now covered by the concrete. [A field note refers to a marker with partial inscription, ".....consort of Frances Hail, dys 1851"]|
|HAIL, Rosamond J.||[22 Nov] 1835||[7 Feb] 1891||daughter of Mastin and Susan Hale|
|HAIL, Susan||1803||[6 Aug] 1864||age 61 yrs 7 ms and 28 ds; 2nd stone for w/o Mastin Hale|
|NUCKOLLS, Elizabeth||[26 Jul] 1865||age 35 ys 8 ms and 15 ds|
|NUCKOLLS, Creed||[12 Jan] 1806||[31 Mar] 1869||age 63 y 2 m 19 d|
|CORNETT, Malinda R.||1849||[28 Dec] 1868||19 ys 6 ms 21 ds; [nee Mitchell; w/o William H. Cornett]|
|MITCHELL, William M.||[1 Sep] 1825||[24 Jun] 1888||[William Marshall, s/o Dr. Zachariah and Elizabeth Newland Mitchell; h/o Sophia P. Hale]|
|MITCHELL, Sophia Primrose||[16 Sep] 1830||[19 Jun] 1910||wife of Dr. Wm. M. Mitchell; 79 yrs 9 mos 3 ds; [d/o Stephen and Frances Bourne Hale; w/o William Marshall Mitchell]|
|COX, Virginia L.||[19 May] 1859||[13 Dec] 1890||[nee Mitchell]; wife of Newton C. Cox. [Stone very worn...death date may be incorrect]|
|THOMAS, Fannie E.||[19 Sep] 1851/1861||[19 Nov ]1917||[d/o Dr. William Marshall and Sophia Primrose Hale Mitchell; w/o Rufus F. Thomas]|
|MITCHELL, Edith Juanita||[21 May] 1894||[20 Jul] 1896||little daughter of Dr. S.H. and Bessie A. Mitchell; footstone inscribed "Nita"|
|unknowns||ten field stones|
|HALE, Lewis||[Nov 1742]||[12 Mar] 1802||"a pioneer of Grayson County; father of Richard, William, Elizabeth, Dudley, Francis, Mary, Lewis and Stephen Hale"; erected in 1902 by their descendants. [Birth year may be 1742-1746.]; double stone with next|
|HALE, Mary||||[18 Sep] 1809||[nee Burwell; w/o Lewis Hale]|
|unknowns||six field stones|
|unknowns||six to eight scattered field stones|
|HALE, Mary Alice||[8 Jan] 1862||[28 Jan] 1916||beloved wife of W.S. Hale; [nee Booher]|
|HALE, William Scott||[4 Mar] 1863||[3 Sep] 1909||[s/o Eli Cook & Francis Ann Scott Hale]|
|HALE, Charles Edwin||[30 Jun] 1901||aged 30 days|
|PUGH, Maurice||[30 Nov] 1897||[9 Mar] 1898||son of J[ohn] R. and S[arah] C[allie Hale] Pugh|
|HALE, Lewis, [Jr.]||1781||1842||"sacred to the memory of Lew Hale, husband of Betsy Hale, who departed this life Ma__aged 60(?) years, 11 months." [Cast concrete marker is spalding badly]|
|HALE, Elizabeth||[20 Mar] 1785||[22 Aug] 1866||ae 81 ys 5 ms and 2 ds; [nee Bourne]|
|unknowns||two field stones|
|HALE, Wilson||[18 Jan] 1834||[13 Nov] 1904||[former slave; headstone refurbished and reset on 11 Jul 1992]|
|BANKS, Ballard||[25 Aug] 1820||[22 Dec] 1893||aged 73 yrs 3 mo 27 ds; [former slave]|
|HALE, Mary||||[17 Jun] 1903||[former slave]|
|unknowns||three field stones|