Wilkinson, Virginia

Class of 1924

Birth: Feb. 3, 1903
Death: Aug. 8, 1961

Heilig Beckman Wilkinson (1872-1953)
Cornelia L. Russell (1878-1948)

William H. Stowe Green
Richard S. Studdert (1910-1979)

Oakwood Cemetery
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA

Source: www.findagrave.com, # 134004030.


Gastonia Daily Gazette (Gastonia, NC), September 25, 1926


Announcements reading as follows have been issued from Concord:

Mr. and Mrs. Heilig Beckman Wilkinson announce the engagement of their daughter, Virginia, to Mr. William Stowe Green, the wedding to take place in November.

The announcement will be received with much interest. Miss Wilkinson is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson and has taken a prominent part in Concord’s social life. She was educated at Mount [sic] Amoena Seminary where she was graduated in music.

Mr. Green was educated at Mt. Pleasant Collegiate Institute. His home was in Gastonia until some months ago when he accepted a position with the White Motor Co., of Concord.


The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), November 28, 1925, p.11.

Pretty Ceremony Performed at St. James Lutheran Church at Concord Wednesday

Special to the Observer
CONCORD, Nov. 27. – In a ceremony which was impressive and beautiful, Miss Virginia Wilkinson became the bride of William Stowe Green Wednesday evening at the St .James Lutheran church.

Misses Nell Green, sister of the groom, and Miss Margaret Miller were bridesmaids, Miss Winifred Gnann, of Savannah, Ga., acted as maid of honor, and Mrs. Arthur Edgeworth, of Monroe, was the dame of honor. The ring was carried by Master Jimmie Corzine.

The bride was given in marriage by her father, H. B. Wilkinson and was joined at the altar by the groom and his best man, Lewis Musgrove, of Charlotte. The impressive ring ceremony of the Lutheran church was used, Rev. L. A. Thomas officiating.

At the conclusion of the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson, complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Green. Immediately after the reception Mr. and Mrs. Green left for a motor trip through Florida.