Carla, your documentation has a number of significant mistakes when checked with digital copies of the original source records and my own primary research and interview with family in Virginia. The 1850 Census record that appears to be your main source clearly shows your William Bridgewater in Albemarle County, age 20; the 1850 Census also clearly shows a William Bridgewater in Nelson County, age 11. This younger Bridgewater is the one buried in Walnut Grove Cemetery and he is not the son of your Nathan C. Bridgewater and Sally Page as you have posted on your website. This is supported by successive census records and my interview with the younger William's grandson, Mac Bridgwater, in September 2000. Mac is the one who showed me Walnut Grove Cemetery which gave me the opportunity to take pictures of the Bridgewater/Bridgwater headstones in the cemetery. If you mouse over and click on William's headstone photo posted on Find A Grave, you will see that I was given credit for the photo.
Among the children of Nathan and Sally, you have "Kitty" transcribed from the 1850 Census. Actually, it is "Ritty" short for Henrietta.
1850 Census, Albemarle Co., Virginia, p. 247  4 October 1850 1309-1309 39. W C Bridgewater 45 M (Virginia) 40. Sally “ 45 F “ 41. Mary “ 22 F “ 42. William “ 20 M “ 1. Elizabeth Bridgewater 19 F Virginia 2. Margaret “ 12 F “ 3. Ritty “ 10 F “ 4. Eliza “ 8 F “ 5. Lucy “ 6 F “ 6. James “ 2 M “ Definitely “W C” is in the original. However, everything else points to this being Nathan C. Bridgwater who married Sally Page. Following this entry is the family of John Perry, followed by Edward Page, age 74, and the family of Robert Page.
1850 Census, Nelson Co., Virginia, p. 236a 238-238, 15 August 1850 21. Jonathn Bridgewater 49 M Bricklayer b. Virginia 22. Martha “ 14 F b. Virginia; Attended School 23. Mary “ 16 F b. Virginia; Attended School 24. William “ 11 M b. Virginia; Attended School 25. Matthew “ 9 M b. Virginia; Attended School 26. C. Kidd “[sic] 18 M Laborer b. Virginia
Mary and Martha are perhaps the same as Mary and Martha enumerated with the family of Daniel E. and Mary E. Watson in Albemarle County. [1850 Census, Albemarle Co., Virginia, p. 272].
Carla, on a personal note, I find the use of "!!!!" offensive or at least impolite. I am quite happy to exchange information and even correct my mistakes, yes I do make them, but I don't appreciate my nose being rubbed in it. A friendly nudge pointing out an error, or politely suggesting a correction, is more appropriate in my opinion.
And, of course, acknowledgement and credit for photos taken should be a given.