Cosby Family Cemetery

     The Cosby Family Cemetery was surveyed on November 8, 2000 by Claude E. ridings Jr. and Sharon L. Nowery. The cemetery is well maintained and enclosed in a cyclone fence.
    The cemetery may be reached by taking:


    1. Rt. 60 West.
    2. Turn right on Rt. 522.
    3. Turn onto Cosby Road off Rt. 522.
    4. Travel about one mile and the cemetery is on the right in a field.


Burial Listing
 
Name
Birth Date
Death Date
Remarks
  Balmer, Charles H.
4/10/1877
4/10/1951
In God's Care.
  Balmer, Mattie Brooks
9/7/1879
1/23/1960
 
  Boyd, James Allen
12/3/1943
10/15/1997
See Note #1
  Brooks, Garland J.
4/13/1857
5/17/1932
We Will Meet Again.
  Brooks, Ruth E.
1/30/1909
6/26/1925
See Note #2
  Cosby, Annie S.
7/19/1872
4/8/1930
May she rest in peace. - w/o James A. Cosby
  Cosby, C. Carol
4/4/1877
4/30/1933
At Rest.
  Cosby, Eunice B.
11/27/1892
4/18/1895
Gone so soon.
  Cosby, Floyd
11/10/1906
2/16/1914
Asleep in Jesus
  Cosby, Infant Daughter
10/12/1908
d/o Emma F. and Andrew N. cosby
  Cosby, Infant Son
3//1899
3//1899
s/o Annie S. & J.A. cosby
  Cosby, Infant Son
3/1/1889
3/15/1889
s/o Martha V. & N.B. Cosby
  Cosby, Infant Son
3/9/1895
3/14/1895
s/o Martha V. & N.B. Cosby
  Cosby, James A.
11/16/1872
10/13/1918
h/o Annie S. Cosby - See note #3
  Cosby, Joseph Madison
7/29/1883
4/10/1977
 
  Cosby, Margie S.
9/2/1900
5/23/1902
Gone to be an angel.
  Cosby, Martha V.
5/25/1850
6/26/1913
Prepare to meet me in Heaven. - w/o Napoleon Cosby
  Cosby, Maude Irene
4/27/1890
1/31/1961
 
  Cosby, Napoleon B.
10/23/1849
12/14/1916
His end was peace.- h/o Martha v. Cosby
  Cosby, Ruth E.
5/26/1874
8/24/1956
 
  Cosby, William H.
11/11/1856
8/23/1930
 
  Tanner, Adolphus
11/1/1908
12/26/1932
Gone so soon.
Note #1
Tombstone Reads:

"...nor do I count my life
dear to myself, so that I
may finish my race with
joy, and the ministry which
I received from the Lord
Jesus, to testify to the Gospel of the Grace of God."
ACTS 20:24
Note #2
Tombstone Reads:

She faltered by the
wayside, And the
angels took her home.
Note #3
Tombstone Reads:

His toils are past, his work is done
he fought the fight, the victory won.

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