George Stanback Cemetery
Surveyed by Woodford Sherrill and Jack Ingram


This cemetery is the family of George Stanback and is located behind thesite of the old Stanback Plantation 
along the Grassy Island Road between Sides Road and Snowhill Church Road.  The cemetery is in fairly good shape 
but has a large magnolia tree growing in the middle that is causing some trouble because of the root system. 
Contact Danielle Stanback or Myrtle Bridges


Ledbetter Infant	5/25/1861	5/25/1861	s/o Henry W. & Annie E. Stanback
Ledbetter Annie E.	No Date	12/23/1875	 
Ledbetter George L.	3/25/1842	5/30/1864	KIA CSA Battle of Richmond, Va.
Ledbetter Henry A.	5/1/1863	5/1/1863	s/o Henry W. & Annie E. Ledbetter
Ross Charlotte	2/13/1843	6/10/1876	w/o J. M. Ross
Stanback Elizabeth Little	5/2/1817	1/25/1894	 
Ledbetter Anna Eliz. Stanback	5/29/1839	12/22/1875	d/o Presly N. & Elizabeth Little Stanback
Ledbetter Infant	5/1/1863	5/1/1863	s/o Henry W. & Anna Elizabeth Stanback Ledbetter
Stanback Eliz.I. Saunders	1/3/1785	1/2/1867	w/o George Stanback
Stanback George	12/3/1780	10/18/1818	s/o Thomas & Mary Jennings Stanback w: Elizabeth Ingram Suanders
Stanback George L.	3/25/1842	5/30/1864	CSA Killed at Battle at Spotsylvania Court House, Va. s/o Presly N. & Elizabeth Little Stanback
Stanback John L.	2/1/1854	10/5/1855	 
Stanback Presly Nelms	6/5/1812	6/16/1891	s/o George & Elizabeth Ingram Saunders Stanback w: Elizabeth Little
Stanback Walter P.	5/24/1851	11/26/1851	 
Stanback William L.	8/2/1845	9/19/1864	CSA Killed in Battle at Winchester, Va. s/o Presly N. & Elizabeth Little Stanback


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