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151 Cedar Bluff - July 3, 1965

Mr. and Mrs. George Burress celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary Saturday. Mrs. Jimmy Collins served cake and coffee in their honor Saturday night.

Cedar Bluff October 21, 1965 -Mr. and Mrs. George Burress, Mrs. Nannie Beavers and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Collins and boys, enjoyed a picnic Sunday and visited Mr. Charlie Fields and his "Polka Dot House" in Lebanon.

Cedar Bluff - June 16, 1966

Mr. and Mrs. George Burress and Edward spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Colin Beavers in Virginia Beach. Hortensia accompanied them and remained with her parents after spending several months with Mr. and Mrs. Burress. 
Burress, George Edward (P487)
 
152 Cedar Bluff - June 24, 1965

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Burress of Cleveland Ohio, are spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Christian and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Burress and other relatives. 
Burress, Robert "Bobby" (P1384)
 
153 Cemeteries of Walnut Township, Gallia Co., Ohio - Gallia Co. Hist. Soc. MCCARLEY CEMETERY - Located in Section 8 of Walnut Township on the north side of German Hollow Road about one-half mile from State Route 141 - Follow a farm lane to a pasture...... McCarley, John (P5084)
 
154 Child of David confirmed by David's Will Via, Josias (P2646)
 
155 Child of David confirmed by David's Will Via, David Jr. (P3510)
 
156 Child of David confirmed by David's Will Via, Judith "Judy" (P3512)
 
157 Child of David confirmed by David's Will Via, Phoebe (P3513)
 
158 Child of David confirmed by David's Will Via, Richard (P3514)
 
159 Child of David confirmed by David's Will Via, Suckey (P3515)
 
160 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Thompson (P925)
 
161 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Frances (P2483)
 
162 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Catherine (P2658)
 
163 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Flynt Sr. (P2659)
 
164 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Mary "Polly" (P2660)
 
165 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Nancy (P2661)
 
166 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Preston (P2662)
 
167 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Rhode Kener (P2663)
 
168 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Sarah "Sally" (P2664)
 
169 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Tucker Sr. (P2665)
 
170 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Hugh (P2666)
 
171 Children named in the 1841 estate records of Thomas Lawson and Celia Hall are Tucker, Flynt, Preston, Kinah, Patsey, Polly, Hugh, Sally, Frances, Thompson, Nancy, and Catharine. Lawson, Martha "Patsey" (P2667)
 
172 Childrens names provided by Barbara Pack

1900 In Wise County VA 
Pack, William Martin (P733)
 
173 Circuit Court - September 29, 1911

Newton Burress, the boy arrested at Maxwell, for various offenses, will be turned over to the prison association of Virginia. 
Burroughs, Eugene Newton "Newt" /Burress (P1007)
 
174 Cliffield - September 15, 1932

Mr. and Mrs. Bram Massie, (Fannie Earls) of Montcalm, WV., spent the week end with D.P Earls. 
Earls, Fannie (P297)
 
175 Clinch Valley News / 7 April 1922

Order of Publication In Clerks Office of the Circuit Court of the County of Tazewell on the 5th day of April 1922. Walter McGhee, Planitiff against Ava McGhee, Defendant. The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce by the plaintiff from the defendant on the grounds of adultery and desertion. And an affidavit having been made and filed tht the defendant Ava McGhee is not resident of the State of Virginia, it is ordered that she do appear within fifteen days after due publication hereof, and do what may be necessary to protect her interest in this suit. 
Family F795
 
176 Clinch Valley News Obituary

Mrs. Daisy Burroughs Funeral services for Mrs. Daisy Burroughs, 75, whose death occurred unexpectedly on Sunday while visiting her son Lloyd Burroughs in Portsmouth, Va., whose wife was at the bedside of her mother in a Bluefield Hospital, were conducted at 2:30 pm on Wednesday in the North Tazewell Methodist Church by the Rev. Ray F. Harris, assisted by the pastor, the Rev. Lee Hill. Burial was in Maplewood Cemetery, in Tazewell. Survivors are two sons, Lloyd Burroughs and Vernon Burroughs, Parkersburg, WV. two daughters, Mrs. J. P. Whitman and Mrs. Wade Jennings both of North Tazewell. Her husband George W. Burroughs to whom she married in 1909, preceded her in death in 1948, and a son Paul in '51. She also leaves three brothers, R.L and Jack Arnold of Portsmouth, Va. and Fred L. Arnold of Roanoke, Va., eight grand children and three great grandchildren. Mrs. Burroughs was a native of Saltville and came to North Tazewell while a teenage girl. She was well known locally having been a practical nurse whose services took her to many community homes. Clinch Valley News October 3, 1963 In loving memory to our darling mother and grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Burroughs, who passed away one year ago Oct. 7, 1962. She left with us a beautiful memory, and a sorrow to great to be told. To use who have lost, your memory will never grow old. Children and Grandchildren. 
Arnold, Dela A. "Daisy" (P249)
 
177 Clinch Valley News, 21 October 1970 (Obit)

Mrs. Ella Rivers Mitchell Burress, 61, wife of Byrd P. Burress, of Rt. 1, Cedar Bluff, died Saturday, Oct. 17, in a Richlands hospital following a long illness. Born in North Tazewell, she was a daughter of the late Zack and Hannah Sparks Mitchell. She was a life long resident of Tazewell County and had lived in the Baptist Valley section of Cedar Bluff for the past 14 years. She was a member of the United Pentecostal Church in Richlands. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Alvin (Betty) Holmes of Richlands and Mrs. Joe (Margaret) Addison of Rt. 1, Cedar Bluff; one son, Chief Warrant officer Raymond A. Burress, stationed with the U.S. Navy in Chestertown, Md.; one sister, Mrs. Leslie Sparks of Rt. 1, North Tazewell; five brothers, Henry Mitchell of Edgewood, Md., Hobert Mitchell of Churchville Md., Fielden Mitchell of Airville, Pa., Thomas Mitchell of Council, Va. and Cecil Mitchell of Drill, Va., and one granddaughter and five grandsons. Funeral services were conducted Monday at the Untied Pentecostal church with the Rev. John R. Gooslin and Rev. George Durham officiating. Burial followed in Greenhills Memory Gardens at Claypool Hill. Pallbearers were: Harold, Darrel, Don, Joe, Bobby, and Junior Mitchell. Hurst Scott Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 
Mitchell, Ella Rivers (P1012)
 
178 Clinch Valley News, 7 April 1982
Powell Lawson Jr., 60, of the Road Ridge Section of Raven, died Tuesday morning, March 30, in a Richlands hospital after a long illness. Born in Tazewell County, he was a son of the late Powell and Maggie Short Lawson. He was a retired miner and was preceded in death by one son, Stevie Lawson in 1969. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Clara Helbert Lawson; four daughters, Mrs. Johnny (Linda) Shelton, Mrs. Thommy (Judy) Brown, both of Raven, Mrs. Howard (Tina) Mullins of Tazewell and Kathy Lawson of the home; five sons, Bill, Jim, Dayne, Earnest Lawson, all of Raven and Denney Lawson of Doran; one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Johnson of Raven; one brother, Herman Lawson of Raven; and 11 grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Friday, April 2, at 2 pm at the Road Ridge Assembly of God Church with Rev. James Salyers and Rev. Ed Short officiating. Burial followed in the Lawson Family Cemetery at Raven. Friends served as pallbearers. Tazewell County Funeral Home in Cedar Bluff was in charge of the arrangements.1 _TITLE Notes 
Lawson, Powell Jr. (P2738)
 
179 Clinch Valley Newspaper Obit

In the Clinch Valley Newspaper Tazewell Virginia 14 Mar 1912 Mr. Byrd P. Brewster, whose illness was mentioned from time to time in these columns, passed away at the Williams Hospital at Richlands, on Thursday night, March 7, at 8 o'clock, lacking part of a day of being 43 years old. His body was brought to his home here on Friday and buried from the Church of God on Saturday. The funeral was preached by Rev. G.R. Thomas, of this place, at 12 o'clock, to a very large crowd of relatives and friends of the deceased, many being from a distance. After which his body was taken charge of by about thirty Odd Fellows and buried at the Ringstaff Cemetery here. Mr. Brewster was saved some time ago, had backslidden, but was reclaimed soon after he was taken to the hospital. he was a kind and loving husband, an honest and good citizen, who will be missed. He leaves a wife, three brothers, George and James, of this place, and Joe of English, WV., and three sisters, Mrs. Sam Conner, of Simmons, Mrs. Gus Cyphers, English, Mrs. Andy Brewster, Cucumber, besides his mother, at English WV. Mr. Brewster loved God and the church, and he always attended when he could possibly do so. May God comfort the bereaved ones, especially his companion who is so lonely without him. May 31, 1912 Mr. Byrd Bruster's grave will be decorated here Sunday afternoon by the Odd Fellows. Rev. Isaac Wright, of Bluefield, will preach at 2 o'clock 
Burress, Byrd Patton (P1010)
 
180 Clinch Valley Newspaper Tazewell Virginia 20 June 1968
66 year old James Estil Lawson of Red Ash, died early Saturday morning,
June 15, in a Richlands hospital after he was stuck by a Norfolk and
Western Railway coal train late Friday night near Richlands. He received
head lacerations and other injuries in the mishap. N & W officials said
Lawson had apparently fallen into a ditch near the railroad tracks and
apparently was trying to get up when he was hit by the train. An
investigation by N & W officials was being continued Saturday night. Born
in Tazewell County, Lawson was a veteran of WWII. He was a son of the
late James Thomas and Sarah Jane Simmons Lawson. Survivors include his
step mother, Mrs. Gilmer Cox of Richlands, three brothers, Melvin Lawson
of Doran, John Lawson of Raven and Fred Lawson of Red Ash; three sisters,
Mrs. Dora Webb of Red Ash, Mrs. Frazier Nicewander of Raven and Mrs.
George Smith of Tazewell; four half brothers, Elliot Lawson of Cleveland,
O., J.T. Lawson of Short Gap, Russell Lawson of Minnow, Ohio and Troy
Lawson of Red Ash, and four half sisters, Mrs. Raymond Prather of Elyria,
O., Mrs. Colonel Anderson of Cleveland O., Mrs. Kenneth Stillwell of Cedar
Bluff, and Mrs. William Byrd of Detroit Mich. Funeral services were
conducted Monday at the Mullins Funeral Home Chapel in Richlands with
Elders Oscar Pruett and Witton Sparks officiating. Burial followed in the
Short Cemetery on Road Ridge.1 _TITLE Notes 
Lawson, James "Jim" Estil (P3286)
 
181 Clinch Valley Newspaper Tazewell Virginia 29 Jul 1938
KILLED BY FALL OF SLATE
Sam Lawson, of Raven, forty-five years of age, was killed by a fall of slate at a wagon mine on Mill Creek, Tazewell County, Wednesday morning.
Mr. Lawson worked a night shift as motorman for the Raven Red Ash Coal Co., and during the day worked the wagon mine, with the assistance of his sons. Two of his sons were with him at the time of the accident. He had shot some coal and started back when the slate fell.
He died in a Richlands hospital. He is survived by his wife and nine children.1 _TITLE Notes 
Lawson, Samuel Tucker (P2871)
 
182 Clyde Britton 'Brit' Mallory,63, of 315 Hillcreek Road, Richlands, Va., died Tuesday at his home. Born in Red Ash, Va., he was a son of the late Paul Calvin and Virgie Ellen Salyers Mallory. He had lived in the Richlands area all his life (More...) Mallory, Clyde Britton "Britt" (P3440)
 
183 Clyde C. Cooke, 73, of 442 South College Ave., Bluefield, Va., died Sunday night in a Bluefield hospital following a short illness. Born in Bluefield, Va., he was a son of the late Frank and Josephine Burress Cooke. He was a retired purchasing (more...) Cook, Clyde C. (P1247)
 
184 Colon Cancer Kornatowski, Michael (P4470)
 
185 Columbus Hill, 74, of Raven, died late Saturday night, Feb. 18, in a Richlands hospital following a long illness. Born in Buchanan County, he was a son of the late Dan and Lizzie Lowe Hill. He had lived in the Raven area his entire life and was (More...) Hill, Columbus (P545)
 
186 Complications following operation Quesenberry, Thomas Melvin (P3939)
 
187 Confirmed from birth record Pennington, Abraham (P5395)
 
188 Could this Robert be Adam? Have a robert in 1860 and Adam in
1870 census - could be the same person....1 _TITLE RUF1 
Burress, Adam Robert (P964)
 
189 CVN 20 Jun 1941 Mr. & Mrs. G. B. Bruster, Mr. & Mrs. Edd Simpson, Mrs. George Quesenberry (Mary Burress), Mrs. Bill Quesenberry, Mrs. J. T. Pruett, Mrs. C.H. Robinette & son, David, attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Cynthia Bruster at Cliffield Wed Earls, Cynthia Elizabeth (P662)
 
190 CVNewsOct 17, 1913 Pounding Mill - Mr. and Mrs. James BRUSTER are proud parents of a fine girl baby who arrived on last Sunday, this being the 14th child, twelve living. Brewster, Sarah E. (P879)
 
191 Cynthia, 21 and Arch, 22 were married in Tazewell in July of 1878. Atthe time, Arch was farming in Tazewell.1 _TITLE Notes Earls, Cynthia Elizabeth (P662)
 
192 Danbury - Mrs. Sarah Eliza Martin, 85, died at her home near Lawsonville, Thu after an illness of 3 days. The funeral will be Sat at 3PM at Aaron Corner Primitive Baptist Church, Elder Ed Priddy (More...) Palmer, Sarah Elizabeth (P1737)
 
193 Daniel Miller was a signer of the Albemarle Declartion of Indepdence,April 21,
1799.1 _TITLE Notes 
Miller, Daniel (P3781)
 
194 Date based on the fact that she isn't found in the 1870 census and she was not mentioned on the division of the land of Tucker Lawson Sr. among his children, in 1872. Lawson, Eliza Jane (P3152)
 
195 Date date based on date of will. In Day nomine amen, the 6th day of October Anno Domini 1535 I Richard Mede of Manuden of whole mind make my testament (more...) Mede V, Richard (P5162)
 
196 David Lawson & Ann Harvey a son named James born July 31, 1760. Baptized 17 Aug 1760 - considering the date, I have some doubts about this birth. Lawson, James (P2716)
 
197 David Lawson may be the David called "Bigg Head" in tax lists -- again, I don't
know for sure. 
Lawson, David (P2173)
 
198 Death Age: 54 Totten, Alexander (P4879)
 
199 Death Certificate states Hankins Cemetery in Richland as the burial place.

Earls Cem, Earls Branch, Tazewell Va - There is no stone in the cemetery, but living relatives say that is where he was buried, and Patrica Christian (Raleigh's granddaughter) says she remembers going to the funeral when she was 14. 
Burress, Raleigh "Raul" Hamilton (P112)
 
200 Death Record listed as John B. Floyd, mother Cosby E. Burress, no father Burress Floyd, John B. (P5284)
 

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