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101 Bluefield Newspaper note - Miss Bessie Thompson, of War, became the bride of Emory H. Burris of Tazewell, Va Thr, May 17. They were married at the Methodist parsonage in the presence of friends with the Rev. C.E. Painter, officiating. Family F162
 
102 Bluefield, West Virginia, January 10 1921 - Charlie WATKINS charged with shooting with intent to kill his wife, Clara WATKINS and brother in law, Connor BURRESS, was released today under a five thousand dollar bond pending preliminary hearing. The shooting occurred at an early hour Sunday Morning at WATKINS home in this city. The woman was shot through the body and is in a critical condition at the local hospital. BURRESS was shot through the right arm. Another shot passed through the lapel of his coat and glanced under his chin, severing the skin of his throat. BURRESS was recently tried in Tazewell County, Va. for the murder of Kelly HANCOCK, at Graham. Conflicting stories have been told by all the participants in the affair at the WATKINS house early Sunday morning. Burress, Clara Lula (P1004)
 
103 Both parties widowed at time of marriage1 _TITLE Notes Catron, Willie Odell (P604)
 
104 Both parties widowed at time of marriage1 _TITLE Notes Burress, Wiley Hicks (P1422)
 
105 Bram Massie, 60, died this morning of a heart attack in Richlands. He had been ill for six months prior to his death. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Fannie EArles Massie, six childrenfour sisters including Mrs. A.J. Reed of Pulaski (more...) Massie, Abraham "Bram" (P2290)
 
106 Bride's Name Elizabeth Mabe Husband's Name Wyatt Lankford Bond Date 04 January 1846 County Stokes County Record Number 02 177 Bondsman Braxton Lankford Witness Jno. Hill, Clerk of Court Bond Number 000139886 Family F630
 
107 Bronchial Asthma and Cardiac Failure Palmer, Powell Osborne (P3340)
 
108 Buired: Walnut Hill Pennington, Abraham (P5395)
 
109 Burial - Evergreens Cemetery Collins, Albert Bolan (P1700)
 
110 Burial in Baptist Valley Private Cemetery Totten, Susan Elizabeth "Susie" (P1804)
 
111 Burial in Fagg Cemetery, Lawsonville, Stokes County, NC Fagg, Nancy Elizabeth "Lizzie" (P2496)
 
112 Burial in Piney Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery Lawson, George Tucker (P2728)
 
113 Burial location information from death certificate Lawson, Powell (P921)
 
114 Burial Radford Cemetery, Floyd, Virginia Via, Josias (P2646)
 
115 Burial Simmons Family Cem, Danbury, Stokes County, NC Simmons, Lillar Lee (P3319)
 
116 Burial: Cecil Cem, Jackson Farm, Casey Fork, Mize, Kentucky Pack, William M. "Bill" (P1541)
 
117 Burial: Levi Collins Cemetery Peters Creek Patrick County Virginia, USA Beasley, Christina (P434)
 
118 Burial: Aarons Corner Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery Aarons Corner Stokes County NC, USA Martin, Betty (P3532)
 
119 Burial: Aarons Corner Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Aarons Corner, Stokes County, NC Wright, Daniel Franklin (P4081)
 
120 Burial: Bandy, Tazewell County, Virginia, USA Burress, Henry Preston "Bud" (P1018)
 
121 Burial: Beasley Cemetery, Johnstown Stokes Co., North Carolina, USA Wright, Larkin B. (P1780)
 
122 Burial: Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens Prosperity Raleigh County West Virginia, USA Kincaid, Ella (P3081)
 
123 Burial: Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens Prosperity Raleigh County West Virginia, USA Wright, Richard M. "Dick" (P3082)
 
124 Burial: Burress Cem, Grapefield Bland Co.The decision to place her in this cemetery is from a Deed Dated July 16, 1844 Jms. & Mary put up 1/8th of the land for a loan from a Mr. Browne for the sum of $19.46, this was the land they were living on. Neal, Mary Frances "Franky" (P939)
 
125 Burial: Churchyard of Berden near unto where my father was buried (per will) In the name of God, amen. I Richard Meade of Berden in the county of Essex, yeoman, being sick of body but of good and perfect memory thanks be given to God, (more...) Meade, Richard (P5075)
 
126 Burial: Churchyard of Berden, Essex, England (Per instructions in will) of Berden, Joan (P5135)
 
127 Burial: Grandview Mem. Gardens, Bluefield Harman, Ollie Mae (P1394)
 
128 Burial: Maplewood Cem, Tazewell Co., Virginia Marrs, William Marion "Billy" (P42)
 
129 Burial: Neel CemeteryCove Creek, Tazewell County, Virginia, USA Kidd, (Caroline) Missouri "Miss" (P3083)
 
130 Burial: Parish churchyard of Berden, Essex, England per instructions in will. I Edward Meade of Berden in the county of Essex, yeoman, being of good and perfect remembrance thanks be given to almighty God, do make and ordain my last will (More...) Meade, Edward (P5127)
 
131 Burial: Totten Cemetery Smyth County, VA Totten, Samuel Sr. (P4617)
 
132 Buried Newberry Cemetery, Horton Ridge Newberry, Robert Lee (P3886)
 
133 Buried: John H. Martin Cemetery Nunn, Easter (P1715)
 
134 Burress VS. Adkins (Case)

Burress VS. Adkins (Case) Law Book 1844-1859; Page 87 Thursday, August 29, 1847 James Burrass, Plaintiff VS. Wysor Adkins, Defendant - Case On the motion of the plaintiff by his attorney, it is ordered that the monsciet (?) obtained against him in the office in the cause be set aside, and that he have leave to file his declaration therein, and thereupon he filed the same accordingly; and the cause is remanded to rules for further proceedings to be had therein. William Burrass, Plaintiff VS. James Burrass, Defendant - Case On the motion of the plaintiff by his attorney, it is ordered that the monsciet (?) obtained against him in the office in this cause be set aside, and that he have leave to file his declaration, and thereupon be filed the same accordingly; and the cause is remanded to rules for further proceedings to be had therein.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 108 and 109 Thursday, September 30, 1847 James Burrass, Plaintiff VS. Wysor Adkins, Defendant - Case On motion of the defendant by his attorney, who pleaded "not guilty" to which the plaintiff by his attorney replied generally, the judgment obtained against him in the office is set aside; and the trail of the issue is deferred till the next term. William Burrass by &c., Plaintiff, VS. Wysor Adkins, defendant - Case On the motion of the defendant by his attorney, who pleaded "not guilty" to which the plaintiff by his attorney replied generally, the judgment obtained against him in the office is set aside, and the trail of the issue deferred till the next term.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 126 Wednesday, April 26, 1848 James Burrass, Plaintiff VS. Wysor Adkins, Defendant This day came again the parties by their attorneys and the defendant by his attorney filed a special plea in writing, to which the plaintiff by his attorney replied generally, and the cause is continued til the next term. William Burrass, by &c. Plaintiff VS. Wysor Adkins, Defendant This day came again the parties by their attorneys and the defendant by his attorney filed a special plea is writing, to which the plaintiff by his attorney replied generally. And the cause is continued till the next term.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 143 Wednesday, September 27, 1848 William Burrass, by &c. Plaintiff VS. Wysor Adkins, Defendant - Case On motion of the defendant in these causes, and for reasons appearing to the court, it is ordered that these causes be severally contained till the next term at the costs of the respective defendants.

Law Book 1844-1859; Page 176 Thursday, September 27, 1849 James Burrass, Plaintiff VS. Wysor Adkins, Defendant William Burrass by &c. Plaintiff VS. Same, Defendant Ordered that these causes be dismissed, the parties having agreed the same.  
Burress, William H. "Billy" (P1024)
 
135 Burried Greenhills Memory Gardens, Claypool Hill Palmer, Dennis Otto (P2222)
 
136 Can't find in 1920 Census, assuming he died between 1910 and 1920 census Earls, Ananias "Ennis" (P1995)
 
137 Carmen Cantu Viuda de Villegas Cantu, Maria del Carmen (P5571)
 
138 Cause of death - Peritonitis Septicemia from abortion. Sokel, Pelagia "Pearl" (P4472)
 
139 Cause of death Abnormal Left Coronary Artery Kornatowski, Edward L. (P4494)
 
140 Cause of death Tuberculosis Combs, Cana Mae (P1020)
 
141 Cause of death was insanity, and he died at the Marion Lunatic Asylum Pack, Tinsley P. "Tin" (P2098)
 
142 Cause of death was she was paralized reasons unknown Evans, Deliah (P5493)
 
143 Cause of death: myocarditis and chronic nephritis Lawson, Tucker K. Jr. (P2865)
 
144 Caution: Information on daughters is limited. Drusilla may not be his child. Totten, Drusilla (P5015)
 
145 Caution: Information on daughters is limited. Drusilla may not be his child. Totten, Hester Ann (P5022)
 
146 Caution: Information on daughters is limited. Nancy may not be his child. Totten, Nancy (P5017)
 
147 Cedar Bluff - April 22, 1965

Mrs. Nannie Beavers, Mrs. George Burress (Nell Beavers), Mrs. Jimmy Collins, and Mrs. Ella Whitaker and Roy, visited Mrs. Minnie Christian at the Mattie Williams Hospital, last week.

Mrs. Nannie Beavers was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Burress, Sunday. 
Beavers, Nell Beatrice (P472)
 
148 Cedar Bluff - August 13, 1943

Miss Blanch Burress, daughter of H.P. Burress, of this place, became the bride of Mr. Cam Rasnick, of Grundy the past week. 
Burress, Blanche Virginia (P1016)
 
149 Cedar Bluff - August 9, 1929

Miss Margaret Burress is visiting her brother, Mr. Melvin Burress.

Cedar Bluff - July 20, 1932

Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Burress spent Saturday night with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Beavers.

Cedar Bluff - July 3, 1965

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burress were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beavers and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Elkins, Karen and Beth and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ferrara.

Cedar Bluff - October 21, 1965

Mr. and Mrs. Milt Simmons and Bonnie of Raven, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Neel and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burress, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Burress visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Beavers and Mr. Willie Sparks in War. WV Sunday. Mr. Sparks underwent surgery recently.

Jan 5, 1940 (Cedar Bluff) - Miss Raye Whitt of Caretta, West Virginia, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Burress of this place. 
Burress, Melvin Wesley (P490)
 
150 Cedar Bluff - August 9, 1929

Miss Margaret Burress is visiting her brother, Mr. Melvin Burress. 
Burress, Margaret Lillie (P423)
 

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