Return to Currituck Co. Cemeteries
Directions: From US 158 southbound about .06 mile south of Uncle Graham Road [SR 1128] on the east side of the road.
GPS: 36o13.369 N - 75o52.187 W ---- Google Maps for this cemetery.
Photographed: April 18, 2006 by Ben Bateman & Judy Brickhouse
|Baum, Ann E.||Mar. 25, 1832||Sep. 19, 1867||Wife of Josephus Baum [close-up]|
|Baum, Carrie||Apr. 2, 1845||Aug. 14, 1914||[Double with Josephus Baum] - Mother|
|Baum, Elizabeth||Aug. 8, 1793||Nov. 6, 1858||Wife of Joseph Baum
Note: Elizabeth Baum, Joseph Baum, and Samuel Boum were buried in a cemetery south of Caffey's Inlet near Duck. A migrating dune was threatening to bury the cemetery. In June 1909 Josephus had his brother, Samuel, and his parents exhumed and reinterred in the Josephus Baum family cemetery on the Whitehall farm near Grandy.
|Baum, Joseph||Oct. 1, 1780||July 22, 1854||[see above note]|
|Baum, Josephus||Sept. 9, 1829||Oct. 2, 1913||[Double with Carrie Baum] - Father|
December 21, 1829
years and 10 months
[see above note]
|Everton, Elizabeth||Feb. 11, 1804||Feb. 24, 1850||In
memory of my beloved Mother [Photo - 2]
Note: Elizabeth Everton and Capt. M. [Mager] Everton were buried on the west side of US 158 between Aydlett Road [SR1140] and NC 3. The bodies were never disinterred from this location. The foot markers for these two tombstones did exist but have sunken below ground. After the tombstones were broken, they were moved to Milford Josepheus Baum's home at 180 Tabernacle Lane, Aydlett, NC. After Milford's death [February 15, 2006], the tombstones were moved to the Josephus Baum family cemetery on the Whitehall farm near Grandy.
|Everton, Capt. M.||Oct. 17, 1806||Feb. 27 1885||Sacred
to the memory of my beloved Father
[Photo - 2] [Photo - 3] [see above note]
|Walker, Alice C.||Jan. 26, 1887||Aged 31 years.|
|Walker, Bessie||Dec. 28, 1877||Daughter of Geo. W. & Alice Walker - Aged 5 mo.|
|White, L. R.||Mar. 16, 1854||Sept. 6, 1913||Masonic Emblem [close-up]|
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