Wolff Family Cemetery - Stoney Ridge

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Wolff Family Cemetery

Stony Ridge, Surry County, North Carolina

Submitted by Nan Wrenn

Directions: From NC 3 268 in Pilot Mountain take SR # 2048 to Shoals School; Continue on SR # 2048 toward Pinnacle approx. 1.6 miles. After crossing Grassy Creek take the first farm dirt road to the left go to forks take another left. Cemetary at dead end road enclosed with wire fence.

Comments: This is the homeplace of WW1 Gen. Henry Wolff Butner. He served as head of the Panama Canal Dept., and Camp Butner was named in honor of him.

  1. William W. Wolff---(Born in Stokes Co., NC son of Daniel and Martha Pines Shepherd, Wolff)
    B. June 18, 1798
    D. February 24, 1876
  2. Elizabeth Wolff---(Davis_wife of William W. Wolff)
    B. January 18, 1802
    D.July 17, 1872
  3. William Henry Wolff---(son of William W. and Elizabeth Davis, Wolff)
    B. May 6, 1833
    D.May (of Flux) 1842
  4. Martha Elizabeth Wolff---(daughter of William W. and Elizabeth Davis, Wolff)
    B. January 30, 1835
    D.May (of Flx) 1842
  5. Jacob Shepperd Wolff---(son of William W. and Elizabeth Davis, Wolff)
    B. September 10, 1839
    D. May (of Flux) 1842
  6. 4-Unknown Broken Stone
  7. Josie Augustin Wolff, son of N. A.(Nathaniel Augustine) and A. D. (Aletha D. Gordan) Wolff
    B.April 28, 1869
    D.May 10, 1869
  8. Alice Booker Wolff
    B.Jan. 22, 1875
    D.January 5, 1941
  9. Robert Lee Wolff
    B.1867
    D.1922
  10. Sarah Melinda Butner---(daughter of William and Elizabeth Davis, Wolff__probable Ancestor of Gen. Henry Wolff Butner)
    B.May 23, 1837
    D.May 18, 1906
  11. Aletha Gorden Wolff---(wife of Nathaniel Augustine)
    B.February 12, 1844
    D.November 16, 1912
  12. Nathaniel Augustine Wolff---(son of William W. and Elizabeth Davis, Wolff)
    B. November 13, 1830
    D.June 11, 1903
  13. Mabel Ward Wolff
    B.November 15, 1900
    D.April 29, 1964
  14. William Augustine Wolff
    B.May 31, 1901
    D.November 12, 1964
  15. G. Clarence Lemmons, Jr.
    B.December 30, 1928
    D.July 25, 1972