On April 30th, 1885 Naomi's father, Joseph H. Hensley and mother, Lydia bought 136 acres near Aden along Cedar Run for $1,000. A year later Naomi died and is laid to rest in a bluff towards Cedar Run. On Dec. 7th 1889, the Hensleys sold their 136 acre farm and moved to the Buckhall area in Prince William County. There are several Hensleys in the Buckhall Methodist Cemetery.
This photo was taken around 1890 based on the ages of Naomi's siblings. This was taken at the time they were living in Buckhall. Rev. Smith is in the photo. It's unknown is Rev. Smith was the pastor of the Buckhall Methodist Church at the time.
Hensley Family on the 1880 census living in Shenandoah, Page County, Virginia before they moved to Prince William County.
Joseph H. Hensley -41 years
Lyda Hensley -37 years
Lucina Hensley -17 years
Malinda C. Hensley -14 years
Naomi J. Hensley -12 years
Nicholas B. Hensley -9 years
Emily A. Hensley -7 years
George W. Hensley -5 years
Jacob G. Hensley -3 years
Morgan E. Hensley 3 Months
|Approx. Size:||10 x 10 feet|
|Approximate Number of Burials:||One|
|Earliest Burial Date:||1886|
|Latest Burial Date:||1886|
|Markers:||Headstone and footstone|
|Surnames Listed on Markers:||Naomi Hensley|
|Comments:||Single headstone and footstone for one grave. The Headstone has been repaired and the footstone was not set or in line with the headstone. The headstone is inscribed and badly worn. Grave is on private property.|
|Surveyed By:||David Cuff, Robert Moser - Sept 18, 2018|
|Latitude / Longitude:||38.6515, -77.51426|
|David Cuff, Robert Moser, Property Owner||Sept. 18, 2018||One marked tombstone, no other definitive depressions.|