White stone cross on a large tiered base, In loving memory of / Henry Dunwoody BULLOCH, / who fell asleep February 21st 1871, / aged 10 years. / Also of / James Dunwoody BULLOCH Junr, / who entered into rest / August 31st 1888, aged 30 years. / Harriott Cross, / wife of James D. BULLOCH, / and mother of the above, July 3. 1897. / *With Christ.* / *Them which sleep in Jesus / will God also bring with Him.* // Commander James Dunwoody BULLOCH, / a little known officer of the U.S. Navy / he rose to fame when, at the outbreak / of war between the States (1861-1865) / he resigned and accepted service in / the Conferedate States of America. / He was appointed Envoy to England by Jefferson Davis President of the Confed- / erate States of America and authorized / to obtain aid in building a navy for the / CSA. Working in Liverpool and many / other cities and major ports. BULLOCH / gave monumental service to the / Confederacy in this delicate assignment. // Strong ties of common ancestry / existed between the Confederate / States and the mother country, England. / Warm ties of friendship developed / between BULLOCH and the English people. / At the end of the war he chose to / remain in Liverpool. / This inscription is dedicated with warm- / -est appreciation and highest admirat- / -ion to our mutual countryman. The United Daughters of the Confederacy / U.S.A. 1968. // Also / James Dunwoody BULLOCH, / entered into rest January 7th 1901, / aged 77 years. / Also of / Martha Louise BULLOCH, / younger daughter of the above / who / entered into rest March 7th 1947. // American by birth / Englishman by choice
Four white stone tiers with a cross. In loving memory of / Henry Beaufort SEARS, / who died 12th Feby 1880, / aged 55 years. // Also / Irvine Stephens BULLOCH / who entered into rest 14th July 1898, / aged 56 years. / Also Ella Clitz, / widow of the above and daughter of / Henry Beaufort SEARS, / died 20th April 1911, aged 61years. // Also / Harriet Louisa, / widow of Henry Beaufort SEARS, / who died 15th January 1909, aged 77 years. / *In Christ shall all be made alive.* / Also Harrier Leila, / daughter of the above, / died 10th January 1912, aged 60 years.