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Shakumaku (#47358767)
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RE: Rosa S. Womble, Patricia A. Womble, and Lucy V. Womble
No, Patricia and Rosa are in two different sections of the cemetery. Patricia is in a section of the cemetery where there are many unmarked sites.
Rosa is buried next to James Womble. Would I be correct in assuming they were husband and wife? Do you have any birthdates for any of them?

Added by Dottie on Jul 20, 2013 4:09 PM
SuEllen Askew
RE: James and Lucy
I am not familiar with Bertie County - I'm a Virginia transplant. I'll try to take the Bazamore photos if I can find out where the cemetery is.
Added by SuEllen Askew on Jul 03, 2013 9:05 AM
Jim O
RE: Eva Louise Parnell Womble
Yes. That is the photo.
Added by Jim O on Jul 01, 2013 7:46 PM
Jim O
I made a typo in the previous message as I did not create either record.
Added by Jim O on Jun 30, 2013 8:34 AM
Jim O
Eva Louise Parnell Womble
Greetings from Florida.
I see that you requested a photo for Eva.
She has two records created. The earlier record created in 2006 contains a photo but not the details of the later record icreated in 2008.
I photographed the entire cemetery and did not add any photos for duplicate records.
Maybe you can try to use the edit button to get the original record updated or deleted.
IIf the record is deleted, I will go and take a new photo.

Enjoy your summer.

Jim O'Neill
Added by Jim O on Jun 30, 2013 8:32 AM
Jack Huber
More info on Sally Honeycut Berryman
Here is what my brother has on William Holt Berryman's wives:

William Holt Berryman was married twice. First to Sally H. Seward on 28 Apr 1825. She died less than a year later, in January of 1826. There is no record of any children. His second marriage was to Sally Judkins on 26 Jun 1838. That's the way the marriage record reads. Sally was a common nickname for Sarah, so other records showing Sarah for either wife are probably correct too.

I never heard the Hart middle name before, news to me.

One or both of William Holt Berryman's wives was called Sally Honeycut (spelled every which way in the world), but that may have just been what she was called, it has been common especially in the South to call people by their first and middle names. And the middle name is often another family name. The marriage record shows Sally Judkins (no middle initial), and she was only 22 when she married, so she probably hadn't been married to a Hunnicutt before then. The first wife Sally H. Seward as the marriage record has it, could have been Sally Honeycut. But they both could. I have always listed the second wife with middle initial H. When Joseph R. Berryman married Patty Piland in 1866, he is listed as the son of W.H. and Sarah H. Berryman. Suggesting that H may have been her middle initial, or because she was called Sally Honeycut, the H was used. Or maybe she WAS Sarah Hart Judkins married Berryman.

All clear now? . . . .
Added by Jack Huber on Jun 21, 2013 10:10 AM
Yvonne P. Edwards
RE: James A.
You are so very welcome!
Added by Yvonne P. Edwards on Jun 21, 2013 8:08 AM
Jack Huber
RE: Pattie, Lucy and May Sadler
There may be some confusion about the name of my Great-great Grandmother Sally (Hart?) Honeycut (Judkins?) Berryman (1815-1901). Her headstone refers to her as "Sally Honeycut, wife of W. H. Berryman. She was the mother of Lucy Susannah Berryman (your ancestor), Joseph Randall Berryman (my great-grandfather) as well as several others. My brother has the data base on all this and I've asked him to look into this.

The Old Castle cemetery is in Cobham district of Surry County, Virginia on what used to be the Berryman family farm. I haven't been there in over ten years but I hope to go this winter after the undergrowth and bugs are gone.

I do not know where John Edward Sadler and Lucy Susannah Berryman are buried. It is possible that they are in unmarked graves at this same little cemetery as their children but I have nothing to support this. Perhaps my brother will know, if he does I'll pass it along to you.

I have corrected the date of death on Find a Grave for Pattie Judkins Sadler to agree with her headstone. I don't see an error for May Sadler, please point it out and I'll fix it.

If I'm figuring this right, you and I are third cousins once removed. Please send me a private message (jhuber1111 at yahoo dot com)so we can chat. (The email address should be formatted in the normal way, but I've heard spammers have programs that pick up addresses that are posted in public forums)

Best regards,

Added by Jack Huber on Jun 20, 2013 10:53 AM
Jack Huber
Pattie, Lucy and May Sadler
I have added photos of their graves that I took about 15 years ago. They died as children, I think their mother was my great-grandfather's sister.
I have a return trip to Old Castle cemetery on my list of things to do, but it will be best to wait until late fall or winter so the undergrowth and bugs will be gone...
Please feel free to contact me about this interesting old cemetery.
Added by Jack Huber on Jun 19, 2013 2:56 PM
Michael Smuda
RE: Walter Lloyd Womble
Glad I could be of assistance.
Added by Michael Smuda on Jun 17, 2013 8:15 PM
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