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043    RANSOM FAMILY

      Location - off SR-1121 (Boyd Farm Rd), about 0.4 mile from SR-1604 (Pett Burwell Rd). GPS location approximate.

      Coordinates: 36d 21m 38.1s N; 78d 11m 19.5s W Click here for Google maps

      Directions: From Warrenton Courthouse on S Main St and Hwy 401 S, travel 2.8 miles and turn right onto SR 1604 (Pett Burwell Rd). Travel 0 4 mile and turn right onto SR 1121 (Boyd Farm Rd). Travel 0.1 mile and turn left onto a gated path. Travel 0.1 mile to the abandoned cemetery.

      There are about 14 graves marked with fieldstones. There is the Ransom "clubfoot" buried outside the wall according to his wishes. The date 1833, carved on the southwest corner of the rock wall, was present in 1988 but was missing in 1991. The cemetery was known as the Old Bradford Place. Race-White.


  1. Ransom, Betsey Coffield   (b. 16 Jul 1838 - d. 28 Feb 1839)
      • Infant daughter of Robert and Priscilla Ransom.
  2. Ransom, Gibson Hunt   (b. 26 Dec 1860 - d. 16 Jul 1861)
      • Born Fort Wise, Colorado Territory. Died Warrenton, NC. Twin son of Robert and Minnie F. Ransom
  3. Ransom, James   (b. Abt 1742 - d. Abt 1810)
      • Born in Virginia. Died in Warren County, NC.
  4. Ransom, Priscilla W C   (b. 20 Jul 1800 - d. 3 Jun 1848)
      • Wife of Robert Ransom. Daughter of Matt C and Elizabeth C Whitaker. "Peace to her pure soul. She was a woman of Roman virtues, endowed with the highest reason, inspired with the purest affection, and adorned with the sweet grace, who devoted her whole life to usefulness and duty, pursued right, loved truth, and practiced piety. She lived and died a good wife, a true Mother, a firm Christian alike, loved and honored" Sacred to the memory of.
  5. Ransom, Robert, Sr.   (b. 26 Jan 1797 - d. 13 Jul 1866)
      • Born in Warren County, died in Northampton County.
  6. Ransom, Senator Mat   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • No stone or dates.
  7. Ransom, Seymourosa Priscilla   (b. 2 Nov 1823 - d. 27 Dec 1832)
      • Eldest child of Robert and Priscilla Ransom. "This stone is placed by her parents, in tender love and remembrance of her affection and intelligence".


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