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Calvary Baptist Cemetery
McCarthy's Corner, Stafford County, Virginia

Ringgold and White Oak Roads, McCarthy's Corner VA

Lat: 38° 18' 45"N, Lon: 77° 24' 32"W

Submitted by Anne Braun, Jan 02, 2006 [annieb1961@comcast.net]. Total records = 18.

From McCarthy's Corner, go .8 miles west until you reach the intersection of Ringgold Road (Route 606) and White Oak Road (Highway 218). The cemetery is on the northeast corner of the intersection.

This is a small and well kept cemetery that is still in use. A majority of the burials are from the Sullivan Family.

I walked and read all existing and legible stones and markers in this cemetery on Dec 30, 2005.

- Anne Braun

Brown, Cllifford, b. 1908, d. 1994
Brown, Jessie, b. 1910, d. 2001
Brown, John W., b. Feb 13, 1951, d. No date, s/w Rebecca
Brown, Rebecca A., b. Jul 27, 1944, d. Sep 26, 1998
Bullock, Allen Alfred, b. Aug 24, 1934, d. Jan 23, 2004, (Funeral Home Marker)
Jett, Archer F., b. Nov 11, 1889, d. Nov 30, 1962
Jett, Blanche S., b. Aug 11, 1896, d. Aug 24, 1987, s/w Archer
Sullivan, Clara E., b. 1917, d. 1979
Sullivan, Dick Jr., b. 1865, d. 194?, (A piece of the headstone is chipped away and missing)
Sullivan, Edmondia A., b, Dec 22, 1904, d. Jul 21, 1937, w/o J.R. Sullivan, Schoolteacher
Sullivan, Frances, b. Mar 9, 1832, d. Mar 14, 1903
Sullivan, Frank P., b. Apr 23, 1934, d. Apr 22, 1936
Sullivan, John A., b. Jan 4, 1860, d. Dec 17, 1947
Sullivan, Mable C., b. Feb 5, 1899, d. Aug 26, 1903
Sullivan, Mrs. John A., b. Sep 6, 1894, d. Mar 1, 1903, s/w John
Sullivan, Wilson Sr., b. Nov 12, 1918, d. Aug 12, 1991, WWII Veteran
Sullivan, Woodrow, b. Nov 11, 1918, d. May 14, 1943, WWII Veteran
Sullivan: Anna C., b. Oct 11, 1893, d. Nov 13, 1980
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