|Birth: ||Jan. 7, 1915|
|Death: ||Feb. 26, 1987|
Mrs. Virginia Pitcock Barnes, 72, died Feb. 26 in Baltimore, Maryland, after a short illness.
The funeral was March 2 at Higgins Funeral Home. The Rev. Don Thomas and the Rev. David Watson officiated and burial was in Riverview Memorial Gardens.
She was a native of Lincoln County, a daughter of the late Richard and Annie Askins Pitcock and was the widow of Mitchell Barnes. Mrs. Barnes was a retired employee of Jonathan Logan Manufacturing Co., and a member of Fayetteville Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
She is survived by a son, Robert (Sonny) Barnes of Baltimore; five sisters, Mrs. Alta Wade of Madison and Mrs. Etta Smith, Mrs. Martha Ann Burgett, and Mrs. Agnes Edde, all of Nashville, and Mrs. Lula Henning of Winchester; two brothers, G. W. (Buck) Pitcock of Fayetteville and John Pitcock of Valdosta, Ga.; two grandchildren and a great grandchild.
The Elk Valley Times
March 11, 1987
George Walter Pitcock (1872 - 1943)
Margarett Ann Askins Pitcock (1890 - 1983)
Robert Mitchell Barnes (1918 - 1950)*
Robert Mitchell Barnes (____ - 1998)*
Annie Lorene Pitcock Barnes (1904 - 1978)*
Aileene Pitcock Lewter (1909 - 1985)*
Alta Viola Pitcock Wade (1912 - 1999)*
Virginia Dare Pitcock Barnes (1915 - 1987)
John Collum Pitcock (1917 - 1988)*
Nova Lucille Pitcock (1918 - 1918)*
Etta Mae Pitcock Smith (1919 - 2006)*
George Askins Pitcock (1922 - 1982)*
Lula May Pitcock Henning (1923 - 1994)*
G.W. Pitcock (1926 - 1994)*
Martha Ann Pitcock Burgett (1930 - 2004)*
In Loving Memory
Riverview Memorial Gardens
Created by: Michael Pitcock
Record added: Sep 12, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96959545