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Wescott Cemetery - Manteo Airport
This cemetery is located at the Manteo Airport and is enclosed by a short white picket fence. The stones are all lying flat and have been cemented in. The names in brackets are taken from In Memory Of by Lois Johnson Meekins & Amy Midgett Gamiel and were seen in 1995 when their survey was made. Google Maps for directions.
|NAME||BIRTH||DEATH||COMMENTS / INSCRIPTION|
|Fitzpatrick, Thos.||[c1822]||Oct. 19, 1861||Aged 39 Years - Erected by his comrades in arms the Bourke Guard, 3rd Reg. Ga. Vo. C.S.A.|
|unknown||[possibly a cement slab with "V.E." marked on it as seen in the 1995 survey]|
|unknown||[possibly a cement slab with "Daniels" marked on it as seen in the 1995 survey]|
|unknown||[possibly a cement slab marking a grave in back of the Thos. Fitzpatrick grave]|
|Wescott, Charles D.||March 3, 1861||Nov. 30, 1889|
|[Wescott, John]||[Nov. 14, 1824]||[Nov. 10, 1884]||[In the 1995 survey this gravestone was outside the fence at the north end of the cemetery]|
|Wescott, Lovie D.||Sept. 24, 1831||May 6, 1902||Her obituary appeared in The Tar Heel on Friday, May 16, 1902 and read: DEATH OF MRS. WESCOTT - Mrs. Lovie D. Wescott, age 70 years, died at the home of her son, Capt. J.T. Wescott at Poyner's Hill on May 6th. She had been a sufferer for many years and had been confined to her bed over 7 weeks. She leaves two daughters, four sons, several grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Capt. J.T. Wescott and his brother, Robt. L. Wescott, and Mr. Grandberry Dowdy took her to Roanoke Island where she was interred in the family burying ground beside her husband. She was a member of the Baptist church.|
|[Wescott, infant daughter]||[Aug. 10, 1896]||[Oct. 7, 1896]||[Infant daughter of Robert & Carrie Wescott]|
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