IN THE SPIN­DLE CEME­TERY

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With tablets or mon­u­ments: Col. Thomas Ad­di­son Spin­dle (1772-1843), son of William A. Spin­dle and Leti­cia Puller, Culpeper and Rap­pa­han­nock County jus­tice, hus­band of El­iz­abeth Mundy

(1780-1844). Amanda Jane Spin­dle

(1806-1841), daugh­ter of Col. Thomas Spin­dle and El­iz­abeth Mundy; wife of Rev. Joseph Car­son: Mrs. Car­son Har­riet Court­ney

Spin­dle (1808-1880), daugh­ter of Col. Thomas Spin­dle and El­iz­abeth Mundy; wife of Col. Thomas Throop of Ken­tucky: Mrs. Throop El­iza Vir­ginia Spin­dle (1814-1846), daugh­ter of Col. Thomas Spin­dle and El­iz­abeth Mundy, un­mar­ried Ada­line Amer­ica Spin­dle (18161889), daugh­ter of Col. Thomas Spin­dle and El­iz­abeth Mundy; wife of Dr. John Smith Hughes (1808-1871): Mrs. Hughes The most re­cent buri­als:

Emma Car­son Spin­dle (1865-1935), age 70, daugh­ter of James Mor­timer Spin­dle and 3rd of 4 wives, El­iz­abeth Car­roll Tali­a­ferro; grand­daugh­ter of Col. Thomas Spin­dle and El­iz­abeth Mundy Dr. John Smith Hughes

(1808-1871), brother of Puller A. Hughes (owner of Lau­rel Hill, now long owned by the Fan­non fam­ily), hus­band of Ada­line Amer­ica Spin­dle Vir­ginia Emily Hughes (18511865), daugh­ter of Dr. John Smith Hughes and Ada­line Spin­dle Dr. Thomas Mor­timer Hughes

(1856-1884), son of Dr. John Smith Hughes and Ada­line Spin­dle Marker for John Spin­dle Hughes

(1853-1919). Large mon­u­ment on empty grave. Re-in­terred in Hol­ly­wood Ceme­tery, Rich­mond, Va., 1943. Son of Ada­line Spin­dle and Dr. John Smith Hughes, hus­band of Capi­tola Luthera Lut­trell, who is also buried at Hol­ly­wood Ceme­tery in the Hughes Fam­ily plot with 4 of their 7 chil­dren: Dr. Thomas E. Hughes, Mary Vir­ginia Hughes, John Mor­timer Hughes, D.D.S., and Charles Rus­sell Hughes. The other three Rap­pa­han­nock-born chil­dren: Mar­vin Lut­trell Hughes, Puller A. Hughes, Sr., and William “Will” Hughes are buried in the Cold Har­bor Na­tional Ceme­tery in Rich­mond, War­ren­ton, and Fred­er­ick, Md., re­spec­tively. John Spin­dle Hughes in­her­ited Lau­rel Hill from his un­cle, Puller A. Hughes, an owner who pur­chased the prop­erty from a pre­vi­ous owner, Maj. John Roberts.

GRAVESTONE PHOTO BY DEB­O­RAH L. NAPIER; HIS­TOR­I­CAL PHOTO COUR­TESY OF THE HUGHES FAM­ILY

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