William Booth Pritchett Family Cemetery

Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Located on private property 200 yards past the end of St. Rt. 692, off of St. Rt. 608 (Robert E. Lee Dr.) approximately 3.5 miles west of Spotsylvania Court House, VA, the cemetery is 50 yards east of the old Wm. Booth Pritchett home place and contains a very large Black Walnut tree which I was told Wallace Pritchett expressed in his will that “the tree never be cut down”. This cemetery contains several marked graves without inscription on the markers, indicated as so †. The information was obtained from data collected from the grave markers and from convervations with Mrs. Edith Pritchett McLeod, Mrs. Mable Pritchett Oesterheld, and Mr. Buford Edward Pritchett in May 2003.

PRITCHETT, ALMEDIA F. ALSOP 20 Mar 1845 20 Jul 1924 WIFE OF H(ubbard). M. PRITCHETT
PRITCHETT, BESSIE M. 30 Mar 1880 2 Feb 1963 M stands for Maria
PRITCHETT, H. M. 15 May 1840 20 Spe 1900 First name is Hubbard, Almedia's husband.
PRITCHETT, LUCY † 1876 6 Feb 1950 Wife of William Vincent Pritchett

Son of William Vincent and Lucy Pritchett
PRITCHETT, MARY S. 12 Oct 1890 18 Jul 1959 Wife of William Booth Pritchett
PRITCHETT, WALLACE † Son of William Vincent and Lucy Pritchett
PRITCHETT, WILLIAM BOOTH 19 Mar 1882 13 May 1963 Husband of Mary S. Pritchett
PRITCHETT, WILLIAM VINCENT † 1875 Husband Of Lucy Pritchett

Tim McLeod

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