Wesley C. Greenwood Jr.
Wesley Christopher Greenwood Jr., a true Virginia waterman and sportsman, departed this life on Friday, May 25, 2012. Born in Stevensville, he soon found himself in Middlesex County where he lived out his later life on the water as a commercial fisherman. He also was a fur trader and trapper throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. He was the founder of Greenwood Fur and Scrap, currently Middlesex Metals.
posted 05.25.2012Amanda H. Croxton
Amanda Hayes Croxton of Lancaster, formerly of Middlesex, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday evening, May 15, 2012. Born at Locust Hill in Middlesex on October, 24, 1918, she was preceded in death by her husbands, William “Arthur” Hayes and Robert “Bob” Croxton: and grandchildren, Amy Brent Dawson and Christopher Lee Dawson.
posted 05.19.2012Jo Ann Peed
Jo Ann Griffin Cofer Hudgins Peed passed away Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center (Potomac Hospital). She was preceded in death by her parents, Martin and Margaret Griffin; and her husbands, Joseph Cofer Sr. and Albert Hudgins.
posted 05.13.2012Marie G. Stallings
Marie was born in Norfolk on May 23, 1928. She met and married Sidney D. Stallings and moved to Remlik in 1954. She was an active member of Remlik Wesleyan Church serving as treasurer for many years. She was a volunteer at Nearly New and loved to read. She retired at the age of 82 with reluctance, preferring to stay busy.
posted 05.13.2012Joseph L. Spivey Jr.
Joseph Lloyd Spivey Jr., 60, passed away in Charlottesville on May 2, 2012. He built a steel-hulled ship and sold artwork and hams at various ports and festivals along East Coast and the Intracoastal Waterway.
posted 05.09.2012Lewis R. Griffin
Lewis Richard "Duke" Griffin, 73, of Topping, entered into rest Saturday, May 5, 2012 at Parham Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Richmond. One of 10 children, Duke was born June 21, 1938 in Harmony Village, to the late Casper and Alice W. Griffin.