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photos and additional info in parenthesis added by Rhonda Smith 2007
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John Blair Radford son of William and Elizabeth Moseley Radford
Married at Rockford , Pulaski Co. VA May. 31, 1836
(to Elizabeth Campbell Taylor/City of Radford was named for him. Elizabeth and J. B. had 7 children)
Elizabeth Campbell Radford daughter of Maj. John McCanless
and Jane Kent Taylor
(Elizabeth's mother, Jane Kent Taylor, was the daughter of Col. Joseph Kent and Margaret "Peggy" McGavock Kent)
William Radford Wharton, Jr.
May. 27, 1990
Beloved husband of Evelyn
Loving father of Sally and Sue
(son of Sue Heth Wharton and William Radford Wharton)
Sue Heth Wharton
May. 17, 1958
Loving wife of William Radford Wharton
Beloved mother of Heth, Ann and William
(Sue Hammett Heth was the daughter of Stockton Heth and Isabella Hammett Heth)
William Radford Wharton
Jun. 11, 1864
"He that believeth in me hath everlasting life."
(son of Gabriel Colvin Wharton and Ann Rebecca "Nannie" Radford Wharton)
Gen. G. C. Wharton
aged 82 years
Wharton Camp C. V.
Sister and Niece
Sept. 29, 1918
close up view
(Glencoe owner-born 1824 Culpepper County, VA died 1906/
son of John Redd Wharton and Eliza Hansbrough Colvin Wharton/
he married Ann Rebecca "Nannie" Radford daughter of J.B. and Elizabeth Radford)
Richard H. Adams
51 Ala. Partisan Rangers
Oct. 8. 1896
(married Elizabeth Campbell Radford daughter of J.B. & Elizabeth Radford/he was son of Richard H. Adams Sr.)
Elizabeth Campbell Adams
Feb. 22, 1930
Wife of Capt. Richard H. Adams
Daughter of Dr. John B. Radford
A member of the family for which the City of Radford was named
(Elizabeth Campbell Radford Adams AKA Lizzie)
Tommy E. Adams
Aug. 26, 1919
(pre-need/double marker with Lucien D. Adams)
Hugo A. E. Swaen von Poederoyen
1894 - 1948
(husband of Ann Wharton Swaen von Poederoyen)
Ann Wharton Swaen von Poederoyen
1894 - 1979
Loving mother of Karl Swaen von Poederoyen
(same marker with Karl Swaen von Poederoyen/daughter of William Radford Wharton and Sue Hammett Heth Wharton)
Karl Swaen von Poederoyen
1929 - 1974
(same marker with Ann Wharton Swaen von Poederoyen)
According to Mickey Fitting there are three unmarked graves belonging
to D. Morgan and his wife and an infant that was rooming at Armheim.
She also stated that there was a slave cemetery between this cemetery and Arnheim. Exact location has been lost and no markers were known to exist.
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