The Exmore Funeral Home was founded by R.C. "Jack" Doughty, Jr. and his wife Jean Belle Nottingham Doughty and Charles C. Mapp, Jr. in 1954. Shortly after the death of Charles C. Mapp, Jr. in 1957, the name became Doughty Funeral Home.
Funeral Homes in Pungoteague, VA
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Zip codes in the city: 23422.
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Williams Funeral Homes trace their origin to a partnership which began in Painter, VA in 1943. Several years later in 1949, Carlisle M. Williams and his wife Evelyn Hickman Williams purchased the Bundick and Johnson Funeral Home in Onancock, VA....
Doughty Funeral Homes have been serving families on the Eastern Shore for over sixty years. Today, we continue the tradition of compassion, personal attention and professional service. We are committed to creating a meaningful service that...
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Facts about Pungoteague, Virginia
Pungoteague is a census-designated place (CDP) in Accomack County, Virginia, United States. The population as of the 2010 Census was 347.The name itself is a derivative of the Indian term “Pungotekw,” which means Sand Fly River and is the name used by the earliest inhabitants.In late summer of 1665, William Darby and two of his friends dared present a play at Folkes Tavern. Entitled The Bear and the Cub, this drama is believed to have been the first theater performance in the New World.Another notable local landmark is Saint George’s Church. It is believed that the first meetings of the Pungoteague Episcopal congregation were held in 1636, with the church’s first building being constructed from 1666 to 1676. The original frame church was replaced in 1736 by a brick structure in the Flemish-bond pattern. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. Shepherd's Plain was added in 1982.In the mid-19th century, Pungoteague was a point along the stagecoach route between Wilmington, Delaware and Eastville, Virginia.
It was reported on August 4th, 2011 that Shirley Mae Tate (Halley) passed away in Pungoteague, Virginia. Ms. Tate was 72 years old and was born in Washington, DC. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Shirley Mae's life.
Pungoteague is an unincorporated community in Accomack County, Virginia. . . . .
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