“Entered into this life December 7, 1841 John Scott Berry son of Lawrence M. & Ann Scott Berry Entered into life eternal Sunday morning Sept. 26, 1920 A sinner saved by grace.” [Error for Lawrence W. Berry, his father; their tombstones are side by side.]
Section - ID -67
Death - 1920
 9/27/1921- Civil war vet died pneumonia 80th year. Served in Fredericksburg artillery Braxton’s battery. Badly wounded in battle of Fredericksburg.
Transferred to Adjutant General in Richmond and served with Judged William S. Barton. Served 35 years as deputy clerk of the Corporation Court of Fredericksburg under Robert S. Chew (Chew family served as clerks for 99 years. Born in Scotia Building on Charles Street and later lived with cousin John F. Scott.
Vestryman at Trinity. Funeral there. Grave reserved for Berry many years earlier along side grave of father, mother, brother sister. Probably last burial at St. George’s as all available space used.
 Virginia Star 9/26/1921 1×3
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Sacred to the Memory of Anthony Buck Patton Beloved husband of Virginia B. Patton Died Jan. 22, 1903.
Section - ID -21a
Death - 1903
Anthony Patton 1/22/1903. Died of pulmonary disease. Served as member of Braxton’s battery in the Civil war. 62 years old. always a consistent, loyal Christian died member S. George’s. Widow is daughter of John Coakley
1/23/1903. Funeral to be Sat. 3pm
Name: Anthony Patton
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1900
Event Place: ED 89 Fredericksburg city Ward Lower, Spotsylvania, Virginia, United States
Birth Date: Jun 1838
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father’s Birthplace: Virginia
Mother’s Birthplace: Virginia
Marital Status: Married
Years Married: 19
Marriage Year (Estimated): 1881
Mother of how many children:
Number of Living Children:
Sheet Letter: A
Family Number: 542
Reference ID: 35
GS Film number: 1241734
Digital Folder Number: 004117940
Image Number: 00197
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Anthony Patton M 62 Virginia
Wife Virginia B Patton
F 48 Virginia
Son of Dr William Farley Patton and Harriet S. Buck; brother of William Farley Patton, Jr, who died in infancy in 1836.
Married Virginia B. Coakley.
Postwar, having returned to Fredericksburg, he was a merchant living at 407 Hanover Street.
Braxton’s Company, Fredericksburg Virginia Light Artillery, M. Johnson’s Brigade, Artillery, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.
Residence Fredericksburg, Va.; 5′ 7″.
Enlisted on 3/8/1862 as a Private, he mustered into VA Fredericksburg Light Artillery.
Absent, sick 3/1862.
He was discharged from combat duty due to disability, chronic rheumatism, on 11/26/1862.
Serving in the 3rd Departmental Local Defense Troops, he was detailed 6/1863 Richmond, VA. as a clerk in Medical Director’s Office.
The 3rd Infantry Regiment Local Defense Troops was organized in September, 1864, from the 3rd (Departmental) Infantry Battalion Local Defense Troops. Its members were from the War Department, Post Office Department, Treasury Department, Quartermaster Department, Medical Purveyor’s Department, and men under the age of eighteen.
 City Weigher
 Virginia Star 22 Jan 1903 3×1
 find a grave
 Virginia Star 6/1/1895 3×2
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Thos. R. Ware C.S.N. [The Historical Sketch of 1892 registers the interment of Thomas R. Ware U.S.N. & C.S.N in 1889 aged 75 years.]
Section - ID -19
Death - 1889
 6/12/1889 served both as US and CSA as a naval officer. He was engaged in naval battle at Hampton Roads was on board the Patrick Henry. Later paymaster with CSA
 VS “aged 76, died Monday in Fredericksburg, Va.” 12 Jun 1889 3×5
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