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FERRELL Cemetery
Posted by: Cinelandia Ferrell (ID *****1207) Date: November 18, 2004 at 22:45:36
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Location of the cemetery: Listed on USGS map as "Ferrell Cemetery". On Route 19, west of Southwest Virginia Community College; across the Russell County border. Presently, Indian Hills Development, Lot 12.

Here are the names of the people buried there: The death year is in (----).

Samue Romine (1795/6) Revolutionary War Soldier
Catherine Hoffmeyer Romine (1798/9)
Mary Webb Remine (Nov 15, 1828)
William H Remine (June 9, 1845)
Elizabeth Ferrill (May 1, 1845)
James Hervey Remine (April 14, 1849)
Mary "Polly" Ferrell Duff (1854); daugther of Richard Ferrell
Richard Ferrell (1862)
Nancy Ferrell (1887?)
Julina Whitaker Ferrell (1870); wife of William Ferrell 1826-1904 son of Richard
William S. H. Ferrell (1936)
Mary Ann Martin Ferrell (1941);
One child to Wlm SH Ferrell and Mary.

Four children born to William Henry Ferrell and Elizabeth Jane Peery. Their names were: James and Walter (1921); Ervin Payton and Margaret May Ferrell (1924).

There are at least 2 more depressions. They could be children of the Remines or Ferrells. Don't know yet. Another possibility for the 2 other adult depressions, could be... the parents of Mary Ann Martin Ferrell (William Patton Martin and Elizabeth "Peggy" Taylor).



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