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Faulkner and Lawson Drug Company bottle, South Boston, VirginiaFaulkner and Lawson Drug Company bottle, South Boston, Virginia
Faulkner and Lawson Drug Company bottle, South Boston, Virginia; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection, Massachusetts.
Faulkner and Lawson Drug Co., South Boston, Virginia, bill of sale, 16 July 1906
Faulkner and Lawson Drug Co., South Boston, Virginia, bill of sale, 16 July 1906; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection, Massachusetts.
The Ladies Birthday Almanac, complimentary pamphlet provided by Faulkner and Lawson Drug Co., South Boston, Virginia, 1941, postcard; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection, Massachusetts.
The Ladies Birthday Almanac, complimentary pamphlet provided by Faulkner and Lawson Drug Co., South Boston, Virginia, 1941; privately held by the Faulkner-Hull Collection, Massachusetts.
“Bury Garland Faulkner in Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Boston” obituary, Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia), 21 July 1921, p. 5, col. 4.
“Bury Garland Faulkner in Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Boston” obituary, Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia), 21 July 1921, p. 5, col. 4.

"Dr. Garland Faulkner Buried at South Boston," obituary, The Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia), 1 June 1935, p. 12, col. 2.
“Dr. Garland Faulkner Buried at South Boston,” obituary, The Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia), 1 June 1935, p. 12, col. 2.

Description and Acquisition

Item: Faulkner and Lawson Drug Company castor oil bottle, South Boston, Virginia
Item acquisition: Online, 2022
Relationship: 3rd cousin 3x removed, Garland Eggleston Faulkner, pharmacist

Endnotes

Leander Faulkner

Headstone reads: Leander Faulkner / Nov. 11, 1818 – Mar. 1, 1902 / His Wife / Sarah Elizabeth Green / July 7, 1819 – Oct. 17, 1894.

Find A Grave, memorial 155545036, Dr. Leander Faulkner (1818–1902), Saint Johns Episcopal Church Cemetery, Halifax, Halifax County, Virginia with headstone photo.

Garland E. Faulkner

Commonwealth of Virginia, Certificate of Death, South Boston, Halifax County, no. 15156, Garland Estes Faulkner, 19 July 1921. Birth: 8 May 1854, Mount Laurel, Halifax County. Married. Spouse: Mary Jordan. Occupation: Druggist. Father: Leander Faulkner, born in Halifax County, Virginia. Mother: Sarah Green, born in Halifax County, Virginia. Burial: 26 July 1921, South Boston, Virginia.

“Bury Garland Faulkner in Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Boston” obituary, Richmond Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia), 21 July 1921, p. 5, col. 4.

Headstone reads: Garland E. Faulkner / Son of / Dr. Leander and / Sarah Green Faulkner / Born May 8, 1854 / Died July 19, 1921.
Find A Grave, memorial 141604675, Garland Eggleston Faulkner Jr (1854–1921), Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Boston, Halifax County, Virginia, with headstone photo.

Dr. Garland E. Faulkner
Commonwealth of Virginia, Certificate of Birth, South Boston, Halifax County, no. 34, Garland Eggleston Faulkner, 11 July 1887. Father: Garland Estes Faulkner, age 33, born in Mount Laurel, Virginia, druggist. Mother: Mary Reubena Jordan, age 25, born in Cluster Springs, Virginia.

“Dr. Garland Faulkner Buried at South Boston,” obituary, The Times Dispatch (Richmond, Virginia), 1 June 1935, p. 12, col. 2.

Headstone reads: Garland E. Faulkner, Jr, M.D. / July 11, 1887 / May 30, 1935 / Asst. Surgeon, U.S. Navy, 1914-1918.
Find A Grave, memorial 89812663, Dr. Garland Eggleston Faulkner Jr (1887–1935), Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Boston, Halifax County, Virginia, with headstone photo.

Citing this page: Kimberli Faulkner Hull, compiler, “Faulkner and Lawson Drug Co. items, South Boston, Virginia,” Cool Adventures (https://cooladventures.com/collection/faulkner-lawson-drug-south-boston-virginia/ : published 2022); privately held by the Faulkner–Hull Collection, Massachusetts.

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