Nash County Family Cemetery Surveys

[listed in alphabetal order]

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BAKER FAMILY CEMETERY

Located in Coopers Township on the East side of Highway 58, between SR 1754 amd SR 1755.

SURNAMES:  BAKER, JOYNER, LATTA, WELLS.

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ADAMS – CREEK ADAMS CEMETERY

SURNAMES:  ADAMS, BERES, GRIFFIN, PARKER, PERKINS, RACKLEY, TAYLOR, WOMBLE

BAILEY- Charlie H. Bailey Cemetery

BAILEY- Lunsford G. Bailey Cemetery

BARNES – Barnes, Pittman, Weaver, Whitby, Pridgen, Lee Cemetery

BELL – Amos Ricks Cemetery

BISSETTE – Bissette Cemetery

BISSETTE – Bissett, Lewis, Murray, Mullen Cemetery

BOONE – Alsey High Boone Cemetery

BOONE – Pharoah Branch Boone Cemetery

BOYKIN – Monroe Boykin Cemetery

BRANTLEY – Atlas Brantley Cemetery

BRANTLEY – Bert Brantley Cemetery

BRANTLEY – Chamblee/Brantley, et al Cemetery

BRANTLEY – Z. T. Brantley, et al Cemetery

BRANTLEY – Brantley/Strickland Cemetery

BRYANT – Gid Bryant Cemetery

BRYANT – James Bryant, Sr. Cemetery

BULLOCK – Bennett Bullock Cemetery

CHAMBLEE – Chamblee Brothers

CHAMBLEE – Chamblee, Brantley, et al Cemetery

COLLINS – Collins Cemetery

CONE – Cone Cemetery

DANIEL – Daniel Cemetery

DAUGHTRIDGE – Daughtridge Cemetery

DEANS – Deans Cemetery

DRIVER – Charlie Driver Cemetery

EARP – William M. Earp Cemetery

EASON – Eason Cemetery

EDWARDS – Levi M. Edwards Cemetery

EDWARDS – Manalcus T. Edwards Cemetery

EDWARDS – W. F. Edwards Cemetery

EDWARDS – W. Ruffin Edwards Cemetery

FERRELL – Hopkins, Ferrell Cemetery

FINCH – William Ray John Wesley Finch Cemetery

FULGHUM – T. W. Fulghum Cemetery

GAY – George W. Gay Cemetery

GAY – Nathaniel Gay Cemetery

GLOVER – Elizabeth Glover Cemetery

GLOVER – G. H. Glover Cemetery

GRIFFIN – High, Griffin Cemetery

HACKNEY – Hackney, High Cemetery

HALES – J. W. Hales Cemetery

HAYES – W. T. Hayes Cemetery

HAYNES – Eli P. Haynes Cemetery

HICKS – Hicks Cemetery

HIGH – High, Griffin Cemetery

HIGH – Hackney, High Cemetery

HIGH – Winbourne, High Cemetery

HOCUTT – Thomas B. Hocutt Cemetery

HOPKINS – Hopkins, Ferrell Cemetery

HOULDER – Houlder, Robertson Cemetery

JEFFREYS – Jeffreys, Ward, Murphrey Cemetery

THOMAS JOYNER CEMETERY

JOYNER – Joyner, Pridgen Cemetery

KEMP – William B. Kemp Cemetery

LAND – Solomon Land Cemetery

LEWIS – G. G. Lewis Cemetery

LEWIS – Gilliam Lewis Cemetery

LEWIS – Bissett, Lewis, Murray, Mullen Cemetery

LEWIS – Lewis, Liles Cemetery

LILES – Lewis, Liles Cemetery

LONG – Long Cemetery

MANNING – Gincy Manning Cemetery

MASSEY – L. J. Massey Cemetery

MASSEY – Vester Massey Cemetery

MATTHEWS – James Wiley Matthews Cemetery

MORGAN – Morgan Cemetery

MORGAN – Thomas Morgan Cemetery

MULLEN – Bissett, Lewis, Murray, Mullen Cemetery

MURPHREY – Jeffreys, Ward, Murphrey Cemetery

MURRAY – Murray Cemetery

MURRAY – H. J. Murray Cemetery

MURRAY – Bissett, Lewis, Murray, Mullen Cemetery

PACE – Presley P. Pace Cemetery

PEELE – John W. Peele Cemetery

PITTMAN – Pittman Cemetery

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ATSIE & JESSE R.. E. PITTMAN CEMETERY

Location:  SR 1717 and SR 1603, south west corner Langley Cross Road

SURNAMES: EASON; PITTMAN

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PRIDGEN – Pridgen Cemetery

PRIDGEN – Joyner, Pridgen Cemetery

PROCTOR – Proctor Cemetery

RICKS – Marmaduke Ricks Cemetery

RICKS – Ricks, Bell Cemetery

RITTENBURY – Charles M. Rittenbury Cemetery

ROBERTSON – Houlder, Robertson Cemetery

STOKES – Stokes Cemetery

STONE – Stone Heritage Cemetery

STRICKLAND – B. C. Strickland Cemetery

STRICKLAND – Edward D. Strickland Cemetery

STRICKLAND – Henry W. Strickland Cemetery

STRICKLAND – Brantley, Strickland Cemetery

STRICKLAND – Taylor, Strickland Cemetery

TAYLOR – Taylor, Strickland Cemetery

VICK – Vick Cemetery

WARD – Jeffreys, Ward, Murphrey Cemetery

WILLIAMS – Williams Cemetery

WILLIAMS – Williams Cemetery

WINBOURNE – Winbourne, High Cemetery

MORE CEMETERIES

Nash County USGenWeb Archives

Tombstone Transcription Project

Rackley Publishing – two volumes of Nash County cemeteries

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CREEK ADAMS CEMETERY

Located in the Nashville Township on the north side of  Taylor Store Road, 1 mile north of SR 1417. This cemetery is well kept and is visible from the road.

Survey by Helen Sharpe and Margie Brantley

6 September 2010

There were 25 marked graves  and 3 unmarked on this date

SURNAMES:  ADAMS, BERES, GRIFFIN, PARKER, PERKINS, RACKLEY, TAYLOR, WOMBLE

POSTED:  13 September 2010

—-, Unknown Graves b. unknown d. unknown

Adams, Annie L. Burchette b. Jul. 31, 1894 d. Mar. 30, 1965

Adams, Harvey E. b. Jun. 23, 1925 d. Jun. 4, 1989

Adams, June Stephenson b. Jun. 28, 1940 d. Apr. 4, 1995

Adams, Lavina Wynette Adams b. May 1, 1944 d. Oct. 22, 2002

Adams, Louisiana Winstead b. Jun. 24, 1860 d. Jul. 28, 1929

Adams, Stronach Wilkinson, Sr b. Feb. 11, 1938 d. Dec. 3, 1991

Adams, Theodore Luther b. Nov. 5, 1917 d. Aug. 4, 1960

Adams, Theophilus b. Sep. 27, 1887 d. May 3, 1948

Adams, Wiley Creaton “Creek” b. Sep. 2, 1862 d. Jul., 1936

Adams, Wiley Linwood b. Oct. 20, 1893 d. Sep. 21, 1900

Beres, Annie L. Adams b. Apr. 6, 1928 d. Dec. 3, 2007

Griffin, Charlie N. b. Sep. 17, 1883 d. Nov. 6, 1941

Griffin, Maggie Adams b. Mar. 1, 1889 d. Feb. 23, 1970

Parker, Anthony Wayne b. Jan. 18, 1952 d. unknown

Parker, Dennis Gerald b. Nov. 23, 1946 d. Oct. 1, 2008

Perkins, Charles Edward b. Oct. 27, 1938 d. Nov. 10, 1977

Perkins, Donald Lee b. Mar. 3, 1943 d. Apr. 16, 2001

Perkins, James Crandal b. Feb. 4, 1913 d. Sep. 14, 1969

Perkins, James E. b. Jan. 3, 1936 d. Dec. 24, 1937

Perkins, Lutora Adams b. Jul. 10, 1915 d. Jan. 22, 1971

Rackley, Loutora Adams b. Sep. 30, 1882 d. Jan. 11, 1912

Rackley, Wiley Ralphus b. Jul. 29, 1879 d. Jan. 14, 1916

Taylor, Gerild b. unknown d. Jun. 15, 1922

Taylor, Lonnie G. b. Oct. 11, 1890 d. Jan. 28, 1924

Womble, Alma M. Adams b. Jul. 30, 1885 d. Feb. 12, 1929

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BAKER FAMILY CEMETERY

Located in Coopers Township on the East side of Highway 58, between SR 1754 amd SR 1755.

SURNAMES:  BAKER, JOYNER, LATTA, WELLS.

Surveyed by Helen Sharpe

13 July 2010

Baker, Fannie H b. Jun. 29, 1891 d. Oct. 17, 1975

Baker, Gency Lamm b. Aug., 1870 d. Mar. 14, 1912

Baker, Herman M b. May 7, 1907 d. Oct. 17, 1918

Baker, PFC Itimus Randolph b. May 10, 1922 d. Oct. 23, 1989

Baker, John D. b. Jun. 7, 1855 d. Nov. 9, 1920

Baker, John Richard b. Jul. 27, 1888 d. May 2, 1944

Baker, Julian Arron b. Jun. 15, 1924 d. Oct. 11, 1983

Baker, Susan A b. Apr. 12, 1903 d. Oct. 17, 1918

Baker, Susan A. b. Apr. 12, 1903 d. Oct. 17, 1918

Baker, Wiley Daniel b. 1908 d. Feb. 12, 1933

Baker, William T b. Aug. 13, 1913 d. Jan. 30, 1989

Baker, Willie A. b. Apr. 21, 1897 d. Oct. 13, 1918

Joyner, Bargie b. Jul. 25, 1921 d. Feb. 5, 1983

Joyner, Dixie Lee b. Jan. 26, 1944 d. Aug. 6, 2000

Joyner, Evelyn Baker b. Sep. 5, 1921 d. Dec. 13, 2000

Joyner, Lessie Mae b. Jun. 25, 1907 d. Aug. 1, 1987

Joyner, Silas b. Jul. 15, 1915 d. Dec. 18, 1999

Latta, Maggie Joyner b. Apr. 15, 1913 d. May 5, 2000

Wells, Sallie Lena Baker b. Aug. 2, 1897 d. Feb. 1, 1949

Wells, William Jackson b. Jun. 20, 1885 d. May 9, 1956

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CHARLIE H. BAILEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 3-24-1999

Location: NC 1733, 0.1 mile west of junction of 1733 and 2109

1. BAILEY, Charlie H. died June 15 1930 Age 85 wife Louise pic on grave

2. BAILEY, Louise B. Jan 27 1850 Feb 5 1943 pic on grave

3. BAILEY, Bettie Dec 25 1882 Aug 21 1946

4. BAILEY, Charlie G. Aug 30 1889 Apr 8 1949 wife Omie

5. BAILEY, Omie B. Jan 1 1908 Apr 12 1994

6. BAILEY, William Randall Sep 1 1947 Nov 19 1967 pic on grave

7. DeHART, Arthur David Oct 31 1957 Jun 17 1973

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LUNSFORD GATTIS BAILEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 3-24-1999

Location: 2.2 miles north on 96 from junction of 96 and 231

1. BAILEY, Lunsford Gattis Sep 12 1855

2. BAILEY, Perlina T. Nov 26 1860 Sep 26 1931 In memory of Mother

3. BAILEY, Mary Warren Aug 9 1877 Nov 2 1951

4. BAILEY, Frank L. Mar 15 1889 Jun 7 1964

5. BAILEY, Walter Jack 1903-1935

6. BAILEY, Ethel B. 1903-1932

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BARNES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Kent Pittman

Location: West Mount Drive, Rocky Mount, NC

Beatrice Pridgen Whitby, January 7, 1930 – Unreadable

Bettie Lee, November 17, 1862 – October 25, 1933

Bonnie M. Coy Pridgen, December 28, 1904 – January 15, 2000

Infant Son of B. M. C. & Mollie Pridgen, July 10, 1934

J. M. Barnes, September 1, 1851 – October 12, 1928, married Bettie Lee September 4, 1879

Jimmy D. Barnes, August 20, 1901 – October 15, 1918

Marvin Earl Whitby, December 20, 1927 – June 26, 1997, Col. U. S. Army – Korea

Mattie Lucy Pittman, July 15, 1885 – November 19, 1958, married D. W. Pittman

Mollie Barnes, January 31, 1896 – February 2, 1981

Otha T. Weaver, August 4, 1923 – August 6, 1972, PFC Co. G 21 Infantry WWII,

married Marie Pridgen

Sarah M. Barnes, July 23, 1893- July 31, 1969, daughter of J. M. & Bettie L. Barnes

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BISSETTE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, November, 1997

Location: 0.4 mi west of junction of NC 6350 and NC 581 just south of Bailey, NC

Some stones very difficult to read

1. PERRY, Maurice Ray Feb 1929- Jul 1967 NC PFC Artillery USAR Korea

2. PERRY, Mildred B. Apr 1932- Aug 1968

3. STOTT, Oda B. Aug 1895- Apr 1939

4. PERRY, Mattie B 1900 Dec 1954

5. BISSETTE, Wm B May 1897- May 1939 NC Pvt Batt C1 Provdev Brig WWI

6. PERRY, Randolph Aug 1916- Oct 1963 PFC SVC Bat 938 FA BN WWII

7. PERRY, Estelle B. Sep 1909- Sep 1983

8. BISSETTE, Monston May 1906 Nov 1972 NC PFC Co A 209 Engr CBT Bn WWII

9. BISSETTE, Ella P Jan 1873 Sep 1936

10. BISSETTE, Joe Feb 1870 Aug 1928

11. BISSETTE, P. J. 1837 APR 1914

12. BISSETTE, Mary J. 1836-1919 wife of P.J.

13. BISSETTE, J. A. (?) 3-4-29-(?) to 3-29- 1863?

14. BISSETTE, P. B. b 12-1-1866

15. BISSETTE, H. B. b Mar 1837

16. about 9 children’s graves

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BISSETTE, LEWIS, MURRAY, MULLEN CEMETERY

Location: Approx N.E. of Samaria, NC turn left off Hwy 97 onto Frazier Road and commence 0.7 mi

1. LEWIS, Arthur W. 24 Aug 1880 to 26 Mar 1957

2. LEWIS, Mrs. Arthur W. 4 Apr 1876 to 19 Aug 1968

3. MURRAY, Jessie J. 15 Jan 1863 Jan 1938

4. MURRAY, Pattie M. 4 Feb 1876

5. MURRAY, Fannie R. 18 Nov 1872 to 23 Oct 1916

6. WEATHERSBY, Inf daughter of Mr. And Mrs. T. C. Weathersby

7. MULLEN, Mary D. 1879-1966

8. MULLIN, Pearl 22 Nov 1904 to 13 Feb 1919 dau of C. B. Mullin

9. MULLEN, Charles B. 17 Aug 1861 to 11 Dec 1940

10. BISSETTE, Bertha 6 Aug 1888 wife of W. L. Bissette

11. BISSETTE, Wm L. 30 May 1886 21 Aug 1948

12. BISSETTE, Luther 13 Feb 1904 to 22 Jan 1937

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ALSEY HIGH BOONE CEMETERY

Surveyed by J. Boone, January 15, 1998

Location: Volunteer Road (SR 1815), west of Hwy NC 58 & I-95 overpass, across from Coopers Volunteer Fire Department

Locations of grave markers are north to south, front to back

1. BOONE, Theodore Monroe – B: 20 Jun 1921; D: 11 Jun 1989 – GM2 US Navy, WW 2

2. MURRAY, Wallace Harold – B: 16 Aug 1915; D: 11 Dec 1992 ~ S2 US Navy, WW 2

3. BOONE, Reba – B: 29 Nov 1928; D: 4 Jul 1986 – Lt. Col. USAF NC Ret, Vietnam War

4. BOONE, Lee Otha – B: 7 Sep 1916; D: 4 Sep 1988

5. BOONE, Jasper Randolph – B: 27 Jul 1914; D: 12 Mar 1989

6. BOONE, Cora Lee Cooley – B: 12 Sep 1912; D: 13 May 1947

7. MOSS, Pat – no dates on flat stone

8. BOONE, Robert High – B: 22 Aug 1942; D: 27 Jul 1943

9. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

10. BAKER, Homer T. – B: 18 May 1920; D: 13 Mar 1993 – Sgt. US Army, WW 2

11. PRIDGEN, Infant – no dates on flat stone

12. LONG, Infant son of T B & B D Long – B: 5 Sep 1952; D: 5 Sep 1952

13. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

14. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

15. JOYNER, Infant – no dates on flat stone

16. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

17. BOONE, Mrs. – no dates on flat stone, (probably Roweney Baker Boone,

Wife of Joseph H. Boone) – B: about 1826; D: about 1870

18. BOONE, Mr. – no dates on flat stone, (probably for Joseph H. Boone who is buried in row 4-2 Confederate Cemetery, Lynchburg, VA) – B: about 1831, D: 10 Jan 1863

19. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

20. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

21. BOONE, Infant – no dates on flat stone

22. BOONE, Frank High – B: 27 Jan 1887; D: 24 May 1960 and Wife:, Nancy Mahala

Taylor BOONE – B: 23 April 1892; D: 18 Dec 1943

23. BOONE, Alsey High – B: 23 Oct 1855; D: 26 Jun 1911

24. TAYLOR, Mrs. L. J. (Alice Boone) – B: 4 Mar 1882; D: 21 Jul 1930

25. HORNER, Charles E. – age 64, no other dates on flat stone – B: about 1872;

D: about 1936

RECENT ADDITIONS:

SUBMITTED AND SURVEYED BY:  Evelyn D, Boone

POSTED: 11 June 2012

 26.  BOONE, April Michell, b. 28 Oct 1973 -  d. 12 Dec 2005

 27.  BOONE, Louis Burton, b. 16 Nov 1950 – d. 21 Mar 2012

 28.  MURRAY, Murdie Boone, b. 2 Apr 1919 – d. 25 Nov 2011

 29.  BOONE, Elizabeth G., b. 21 Jun 1918 – d. 16 July 2010

 30.  BOONE, Stella S., b. 15 Sept. 1919 – d. 18 July 2007

 31.  BOONE, Billy R., b. 11 May 1944 – d. 10 Nov 2004

 32.  BAKER, Julie Bloomer Boone, b. 23 Dec 1923 – d. 23 Jun 2008

 33.  BOONE, James William, b. 22 May 1931 – d. 20 Feb 2012

 34.  BOONE, Brenda Edwards, b. 21 Feb 1960 – d. 28 June 2003

 35.  BOONE, Brittney Page, B. 3 May 1986 – d.  28 June 2003

 Cemetery survey updated  on 5 June 2012 by Evelyn D. Boone.

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PHAROAH BRANCH BOONE CEMETERY

Surveyed by J. Boone, January 15, 1998

Location: South side of Boone Road (SR 1934), dead end road between Volunteer Road (at Coopers Volunteer Fire Department) and I-95)

Locations of grave markers are north to south, west to east

1. CARPENTER, Etta C – B: 1 Oct 1881; D: 9 Mar 1941

2. BOONE, Pharoah Branch – B: 20 Oct 1872; D: 11 Apr 1936

3. BOONE, Annie Cockrell – B: 24 Dec 1883; D: about 1953

4. BOONE, John Daniel – B: 8 Jan 1911; D: 18 Sep 1980

5. BOONE, Bessie C Joyner – B: 9 Oct 1905; D: 9 Nov 1988

6. BOONE, Annie Louise – B: 1935; D: 1989

7. BOONE, Maggie Estelle – B: 19 Jul 1913; D: 30 Jan 1989

8. BOONE, James Claude – B: 11 Nov 1905; D: 1985

Note: There are approximately 12 other graves in the cemetery that are marked with small stones at head and foot of grave.

MONROE BOYKIN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 5, 1998

Location: From junction S.R. 1101 Claude Lewis Rd onto S.R. 1105 Old Middlesex Rd down 1.1 mi turn right on Lisa St and then across field

1. BOYKIN, Guilford Mar 2 1935 Mar 27 1948 son of Mr & Mrs Jonah

2. BISSETTE, Dilly M Nov 7 1885 Oct 11 1931

3. HOPKINS, Joseph D. son of A. K and A. Aug 21 to Nov 8 1927

4. BOYKIN, Inf son of Indy and Mincey

5. LAMM, Effie 1881-1998 wife of Nedam

6. BOYKIN, Ella Oct 1889 Nov 1890 Dau of D. M. and Martha

7. BOYKIN, Gincy Etter May 1901 Jun 1901 dau of D. M. and Martha

8. BOYKIN, Monroe Apr 23 1852 Apr 11 1928

9. BOYKIN, Martha An Ailey Jun 10 1864 Apr 4 1929

10. BRYANT, Martha A. Dec 6 1885 Nov 25 1964

11. LEWIS, Inf son Mr and Mrs. J. H. b&d Apr 11 1927

12. LEWIS, Inf son of Mr and Mrs J. H. b&d May 4 1933

13. LEWIS, Joseph Henry Oct 20 1874 Nov 18 1949

14. LEWIS, Della B. June 15 1891 Mar 3 1967

15. MOSS, Gary R. Oct 11 1943 Mar 9 1944

16. MOSS, Era Boykin 1905-1988

17. BOYKIN, Sadie Bray Jun 5 1901 May 25 1968

18. DENTON, Rebacca Mae Oct 13 1948 Jul 1949

19. DENTON, Erbie Lee Oct 11 1932 Dec 2 1938

20. DENTON, Bula Mae Oct 11 1934 Oct 25 1934

ATLAS BRANTLEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 4-3-1998

Location: 0.5 miles east on Hwy. 97 from junction of NC 1124 and Hwy 97

1. BRANTLEY, Atlas 1848-1923(0)

2. WILLIAMS, Sissie Jun 22 1883(8) d Dec 22 1921 wife of J.D. Williams

3. BRANTLEY, Fannie died Aug 29 1921 aged 70 years wife of Atlas Brantley

4. BRANTLEY, Ardella P. Apr 7 1868 Sep 12 1944

5. BRANTLEY, Wendy Lynn May 22 1972 May 23 1972 dau of Dorothy & Worley

6. BRANTLEY, U. L. Dec 4 1875 Oct 20 1918

7. BRANTLEY, Delia Mar 31 1899 Jul 24 1901 Dau of W. A. and Ella

8. BRANTLEY, Lawrence F. Jul 16 1885 Apr 10 1959 m Belziea

9. BRANTLEY, Belziea Aug 5 1899 Mar 5 1941

10. BRANTLEY, Ervin Lawrence son of L. F. and Betziea Feb 27 1841 Jun 28 1941

11. BRANTLEY, Herbert A Mar 22 1917 Jul 24 1944

12. BRANTLEY, Berlie Aug 30 1925 Apr 15 1962 Va. SC 3 USNR WWII

13. BRANTLEY, Earlie Sep 3 1920 Nov 29 1984

14. BRANTLEY, Mallie Fernie Mar 10 1920 Oct 19 1976 Tec 5 USArmy WWII

15. 1917-1919 unknown

16. BRANTLEY, Polite A. E.(?) Jun 1 1855 Jul 16 1895 A.E. wife of Tedd Brantley

17. BRANTLEY, Tedd d Feb 16 1899 age 47

18. BUNN, Nola “Nolie” Brantley, b. 11 Mar 1873, d. 26 May 1936

BERT BRANTLEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, January, 2001

Location: 0.4 mi west of intersection of NC 1941 and 1109, 100 yards out in field

1. BAILEY, Russell W. b Aug 194? d 4 Aug 1950

2. GRIFFIN, Henry son of J. W. & Luella 9 Dec 1898 d 14 Oct 1903

3. BISSETTE, Neal H.

4. BRANTLEY, Floyd 28 Nov 1885 d 26 Oct 1907

5. BRANTLEY, Morning d 12 Dec 1908 age 50 wife of Bert

6. VIVERETTE, baby girl 20 May 1958

7. HARRIS, Henry

8. BRANTLEY, Noah 1856 d 23 Apr 1926

9. BRANTLEY, John 10 Sep 1840 d 7 Sep 1924

10. GRIFFIN, Rollie 20 Apr 1914 d 29 Dec 1918

11. BRANTLEY, Noah D. 11 Feb 1921 d 12 Jun 1923 son of Vester and Roxie

12. BRANTLEY, Rue R. 5 Jan 1857 d 25 Nov 1955 wife of Bert

13. BRANTLEY, Bert d 8 Feb 1915 age 72

14. BAILEY, Celia 1876- d Aug 12 1911 age 35 wife of King Bailey

15. BRANTLEY, W. M 15 Sep 1845 d 28 May 1925

16. EATMAN, Joannie 22 Jan 1873 d 16 Apr 1950

17. BRANTLEY, Eunie B. 10 Sep 1874 d 24 Dec 1943

18. BRANTLEY, John R. b 15 Jun 1875

19. BRANTLEY, Pollie d 20 Nov 1898 age 100

20. BRANTLEY, Eliza d 23 Dec 1902 age 60

21. BRANTLEY, William E. 1 Nov 1926 d 29 Dec 1952 NC Cpl 10 Rec Sq AF WWII

22. EATMAN, Infant son b&d 17 Jun 1910

23. GRIFFIN, Lu Ellen Jul 185?

24. GRIFFIN, Will 1899-1962

25. GRIFFIN, Linda Fay 30 Sep 1944 d 4 Dec 1944

26. EATMON, W. D. d 27 Jun 1941

27. EATMON, infant son of MS and Victoria Eatmon 26 Jan 1906 d 28 Jan 1906

28. BRANTLEY, Bertha 19 May 1900 d 4 Sep 1900 dau of R. H. and Annie B.

29. EATMON, Roney Oct 1905 d 19 Sep 1909

30. EATMON, Malizia 19 Oct 1905 19 Dec 1905

BRANTLEY, CHAMBLEE, et al CEMETERY

Surveyed by Pattie C. Waller & Frankie C. May

Directions: Out of Zebulon head east on Hwy. 97. Turn right on Mitchell Rd. (State Road 1163) and drive 0.5 mi. before turning right on dirt path across from 4279 Mitchell Road. Cemetery is 0.1 mi. on right.

From left to right:

1. Minnie Bell Brantley b 01-14-1881 d 04-28-1966

2. Worth B. Brantley b 03-22-1901 d 12-05-1945

3. Petway G. Brantley b 10-13-1882 d 11-15-1946

4. Sherwood H. Brantley b 06-24-1903 d 04-19-1947

5. Elmond L. Brantley 11-11-1931 North Carolina – Pvt. O. M. Corps.

6. Martha L. Brantley (Mother) b 06-12-1820 d 02-19-1882

7. J. B. Brantley (Father) b 04-08-1818 d 08-29-1885

8. Bennett D. Brantley (Soldier 1861) b 06-02-1841 d 01-17-1863

9. Grace Brantley Womble Ma) b 10-22-1895 d 06-18-1976

10. Luda Brantley (On back of Minnie Bell Brantley’s headstone) b 01-05-1893

d 01-17-1975

11. Joshua F. Brantley b 09-25-1855 d 07-02-1940

12. Cassie A. Brantley b 11-28-1860 d 05-30-1940

13. Dudley B. Brantley b 04-06-1899 (killed in France) d 06-10-1918

14. Laura G. Brantley b 02-17-1888 d 10-26-1918

15. W. Maisin Glover b 01-22-1916 d 10-13-1918

16. A. P. Chamblee b 12-14-1900 d 10-27-1973 [*Alfonzo Pettigrew Chamblee]

17. J. P. Chamblee b 08-10-1866 d 03-21-1942 [*Junius Pettigrew Chamblee]

18. J. V. Chamblee b 08-01-1905 d 05-09-1956 [*Junie Verlan Chamblee]

19. Donna Brantley b 04-1855 d 03-25-1915

20. Richard Cone (Twin son of J. T. & Dovie Cone) b 02-25-1915 d 08-23-1915

21. Rachel Cone (Twin dau. of J. T. & Dovie Cone) b 02-25-1915 d 11-1918

22. Annie E. Chamblee (Wife of William M. Chamblee) b 08-26-1847 d 08-17-1928

23. John D. Brantley b 08-26-1857 d 07-31-1932

24. May Belle Brantley b 04-21-1910 d 07-03-1949

25. Henry D. Mullen (PFC. US Army WWII) b 11-22-1920 d 08-14-1976

26. Lovette Taylor Brantley b 1821 d 1876

27. Mary Eliza Brantley b 1820 d 1894

28. Dolly Johnson [Marker only]

29. Dovie Cone (Wife of J. T. Cone) b 09-10-1878 d 03-18-1915

30. J. Turner Cone b 1865 d 1943

31. N. Beecher Brantley b 06-30-1906 d 02-25-1979

32. Talmadge E. Wade (Baby) (Son of B. J. & Blande Wade) b 03-18-1924 d 08-11-1926

33. Tassie R. Cone b 12-07-1895 d 12-10-1977

Information in parenthesis is inscribed on stone.

* Information from Dixie Bass

Z. T. BRANTLEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 4, 1997

Location: One-half mile south of Samaria on NC 231.

1. BRANTLEY, Ardie M b 02-01-1891 d 11-18-1958

2. BRANTLEY, Brooks b 08-06-1904 d 06-24-1905 son of Z. T. and L. J. Brantley

3. BRANTLEY, Martin b 02-26-1897 d 11-22-1902 son of Z. T. and L. J.

4. BRANTLEY, Amy Pace b 10-21-1886 d 12-12-1924

5. BRANTLEY, Greenie b 05-09-1888 d 01-17-1898 son of Z. T. and L. J.

6. BRANTLEY, H. Cleveland b 08-21-1885 d 09-25-1955 m Amy

7. BRANTLEY, Homer b 05-17-1900 d 09-26-1900 son of Z. T. and L. J.

8. BRANTLEY, L. Jane 1861-1937

9. BRANTLEY, Lydia Deans b 02-22-1891 d 11-13-1954 m Ardie

10. BRANTLEY, Taylor b 05-08-1883 d 01-15-1887 son of Z. T. and L. J.

11. BRANTLEY, Z. T. b 07-11-1849 d 02-12-1911

12. CATE, Fairie B b 06-05-1932 d 05-16-1987

13. DEMENT, Maude Velee 10-26-1917 d 03-20-1977

14. HOPKINS, Odie Brantley b 04-02-1894 d 01-24-1962

15. HOPKINS, Charlie Walter b 02-08-1890 d 01-05-1970

16. HOPKINS, Homer b 07-01-1926 d 06-11-1929

17. HOPKINS, Milton b 12-10-1922 d 05-31-1944

18. HOPKINS, Revel b 09-21-1914 d 11-27-1914

19. LEWIS, Amy Faye b &d 09-28-1939

20. MITCHELL, Donald Wayne b 01-10-1963 d 12-25-1995 picture on stone

21. MITCHELL, Baby Girl 1975

22. UNKNOWN

23 UNKNOWN

BRANTLEY, STRICKLAND CEMETERY

Surveyed by Danny Bunn, May 12, 1998

Location: On west side of SR 1150, .3 miles north of its intersection with Highway 97 in the southwestern part of Nash County.

Survey is divided into two categories – markers showing single names and markers showing multiple names. In addition to the inscribed markers, there were approximately 12 gravesites that were marked with uninscribed rocks. See comment following listing.

Single Name Markers:

BRANTLEY, Bissie D. 21 Jun 1920 15 Sep 1921 d/o Hattie Brantley

BRANTLEY, Elijah D. 26 Jun 1892 14 Jan 1956 NC, Pvt, HQ Co, 119 Inf WWI

Brantley, Ella 03 Apr 1877 03 Feb 1924 w/o W. A. Brantley

BRANTLEY, Infant 01 Feb 1881 27 Jun 1916 s/o W. A. & Ella Brantley

BRANTLEY, Jacob Lowell 01 Feb 1881 20 Jan 1914 s/o L. N. & Lucy M. Brantley BRANTLEY, W. Ambrous 15 Jan 1872 03 Feb 1930

DENTON, Miley 02 Aug 1869 09 Jun 1952

J. L. B. [No other inscription]

STRICKLAND, David 18 Apr 1920 26 Sep 1927

STRICKLAND, Dorsey R. 03 Oct 1916 13 May 1992

STRICKLAND, Jacob 09 Mar 1914 21 Nov 1921

STRICKLAND, Polly Ann 23 Apr 1896 13 Mar 1941 w/o W. B. Murray

STRICKLAND, Sarah 23 Mar 1874 29 Oct 1950

STRICKLAND, William B. 27 Mar 1861 09 Jun 1923

Multiple Name Markers:

1. BRANTLEY, Calvin A. 07 Oct 1892 08 Dec 1972

1. BRANTLEY, Minnie B. 12 May 1890 10 Jan 1974

2. STRICKLAND, L. C 24 Mar 1894 12 Mar 1962

2. STRICKLAND, Addie B. 27 Apr 1897 06 Nov 1980 w/o L. C. Strickland

A relative to the above, Lo Lettie Whitley, living near the cemetery, stated that the following named individuals were also buried in this cemetery. Graves were marked with uninscribed rocks.

BRANTLEY, Featis Infant d/o W. Ambrous & Ella Brantley. Ella died shortly after the birth of Featis. Featis died a few days after the death of Ella.

BRANTLEY, Delia Abt. 1917 Abt. 1920 d/o W Ambrous & Ella Brantley

BRANTLEY, Abijah “Baudie” s/o Lucien Napoleon Brantley & Lucy M. Walker

PERRY, Frankie Abt. 1920 w/o Sid Perry

POWELL, George (female) Abt. 1930

GID BRYANT CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, April 3, 1998

Location: 2.75 miles down Bryantown Road NC 1151

1. BRYANT, Gid H. 03-08-1882 04-18-1948

2. BRYANT, Rella H. 02-07-1882 10-24-1943 m Rella

JAMES BRYANT, SR. CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, March 26, 1998

Location: From 264 alt 1.7 miles down NC 1124 Massey Rd and 0.2 miles up NC 1142 Bryant Rd (dirt road) near Middlesex

1. BRYANT, James Sr March 3- 1800 d May 25-1895

2. BRYANT, Elisabeth 1808- Oct 13-1889 wife of James Sr.

3. DEBNAM, Ora Bryant 1877-1958 married Moses

4. BRYANT, Moses Andrew 1875-1951

5. DEBNAM, O. Tommie. 1877-1960 married Mary B.

6. DEBNAM, Mary B. 1874-1918

7. CHAMBLEE, J. Raeford m Lillie Bryant

8. CHAMBLEE, Lillie Bryant 1880-1940

9. CHAMBLEE Sr, Frank Rayford Apr 25 1920 Aug 4 1989 Sgt USArmy WWII

marr Mae Jordan b 1-24-1926

10. BRYANT, Robert April 2 1867 April 17 1940

11. BRYANT, Shelby Jean July 17-1935 Oct 6-1949 acc’d in school bus near

Ferrell’s school

12. BRYANT, Carroll Julien Oct 8 1937 Oct 6-1949 acc’d in school bus near

Ferrell’s school

13. BOSTIAN, Irene Chamblee Nov 15 1916 Nov 13 1982

14. RAY, Jeffrey Scott May 26-1962 Dec 8 1995

15. RAY, Mitchell Gordon May 6 1957 May 26- 1980

16. BRYANT, Chris Wayne July 6 1984 July 7 1984

17. STRICKLAND, Frederick Carrole March 13 1936 Dec 14 1956

18. STRICKLAND, Nannie Bryant Aug 8 1902 May 21 1965

19. BRYANT, William T. May 19 1871 May 15 1951 wife Senora (pics on grave)

20. BRYANT, Senora A. August 3 1875 Mar 8 1939

21. CARTER, Martha Corina Debnam May 17 1912 Jun 11 1996 loving mother and grandm

22. DEBNAM, Martha L. March 7 1900 May 18 1989

23. BRYANT, Ada M. Jul 22 1911 Sep 27 1988 marr Ralph R. born Jan 21 1908

24. DEBNAM, Robert Thomas Apr 1 1911 July 25 1978 m Ruth

25. DEBNAM, Ruth Medlin Dec 19-1916 Dec 30 1982

26. BRYANT, Nancy J. Sep 26 1836 Dec 26 1890 wife of A.

27. BRYANT, A. May 30 1836 Sep 25 1907 lost leg in battle at Gettysburg

28. DEBNAM, Betty Joann July 15 1938 Oct 6 1949 acc’d school bus Ferrell’s school

29. DEBNAM, Carole Sue Dec 1 1940 Oct 6 1949 acc’d school bus Ferrell’s School

30. (pics on stones of children of school bus accidents)

BENNETT BULLOCK CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, June 17 1998

Location: About 50 yards up NC 1136 west from junction of Hwy 581 just within Wilson County

1. BULLOCK, Bennett Aug 3 1835 Apr 6 1909

2. BULLOCK, Harriett Dec 23 1835 Oct 11 1915

3. BECKWITH, Curlie Mar 10 1914 d Jun 14 1914

4. BULLOCK, Leugenia Feb 12 1871 Aug 2 1916 wife of C. F. Bissette

5. BISSETT, Lou Ellen Oct 10 1919 Jan 10 1920 dau J. W. and Polly S. Bissett

6. BISSETT, O. J. Aug 30 1909 Sep 19 1911 same parents

7. BISSETT, Infant same parents Jan 24 to Jan 26 1910

8. BISSETT, Polly Mae May 3 1908 Aug 24 1909 same parents

9. BISSETT, Ralph McCoy Feb 11 1914 Nov 23 1917 son of C(G). F. and Leugenia

10. arm of JOSHUA WATSON BISSETT lost Nov 10 1906

11. BISSETT, J. L. Nov 27 1907 Jun 25 1909 son of C(G). F. AND L. G.BISSETTE

12. BISSETT, Z. F. JR son of C(G)F. and L. G. Bissette Oct 1 1889 Sep 25 1890

13. BIGGS, Beadie 1836 Oct 3 1899

14. BIGGS, Jane 1855- Sep 24 1912

15. WILLIAMS, Samanthis A. Jun 9 1849 Jun 11 1851

16. BULLOCK, Haukin Sep 7 1859 Aug 15 1861 dau Bennett and Harriet

17. BULLOCK, Joshua Dec 28 1861 Aug 15 1872 son of Bennett and Harriet

18. BULLOCK, Bennett Dec 19 1909 Feb 9 1911 son of O. and Minnie

19. LEWIS, Blanche 1889-1907 wife of J. L. Lewis

CHAMBLEE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Pattie C. Waller & Frankie C. May

Location: Out of Zebulon, head east on Hwy. 97. Turn left on Rocky Cross Road (State Road 1150) . Two graves are hidden in trees 0.8 mi. on the right side of road.

1. Hasson B. Chamblee b 09-23-1887 d 02-16-1933 (Hasson Beecher Chamblee)

2. Thad Chamblee b 06-02-1877 d 04-10-1900 (John Thaddeus Chamblee)

Note: These are children of William Melville Chamblee & Eliza Ann Brantley

COLLINS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Pat Nelson

Location: On the Dortches/Gold Rock Road about 1/2 mile from the Red Oak/Battleboro Road.

Indiana Florence Collins 5-14-1858 to ?-3-1904

Robert Arrington Collins

Cora E. Collins 8-16-1834 to5-28-1899

Oliver, son of W. A. SeBone 1-23-1904

CONE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, September 13 , 1998

Location: Whitley’s Crossroads, 0.4 miles up old Nash Road SR 1141 from junction with Hwy 97.

1. CONE, Dottie Jean Mar 13 1934 Jul 7 1935

2. CONE, William Lester Nov 12 1902 May 21 1969

3. CONE, Mary Murray May 12 1904 Jan 26 1985

4. CONE, Dummie Apr 6 1880 May 30 1946 mother

5. CONE, G. W. May 13 1868 Aug 11 1917

6. CONE, Reba Oct 3 1927 Jan 9 1929

7. CONE, Josephine Dec 20 1935 Jan 14 1936

8. CONE, Gilbert 1946-1946

9. CONE, Linda Faye d Mar 18 1945

10. CONE, Dorothy R. June 17 1935 Mar 16 1975

11. CONE, Sadie born May 19 1917

12. MORGAN, infant dau of T. P. and Hattie b&d May 27 1920

13. MORGAN, Inf dau of T. P. and Hattie b&d Jul 28 1916

14. MORGAN, Inf son of T. P. and Hattie b Aug 15 1913 Aug 21 1913

15. CONE, Henry 1863-1928 son of May and Nervie Cone

16. CONE, Maggie Jul 27 1879 Jul 16 1920 wife of H. M. Cone

17. CONE, Ardis M. Jun 19 1909 Jan 16 1917 son of H. M. and Maggie

18. CONE, H. Clifton Jun 22 1901 Oct 4 1905 son of H. M. and Maggie

19. CONE, Helen J. Aug 28 1904 Jun 8 1905 dau of H. M. and Maggie

20. CONE, Inf son of H. M. and Maggie b&d Jun 12 1907

21. (Hard to read stone) 1831-1919 (?) name unreadable Whitley(?)

22. WHITLEY(?)

23. WHITLEY, Fern W. Sep 14 1883 Jul 2 1963

24. WHITLEY, C. Ruffin Mar 27 1886 Jan 20 1964

25. WHITLEY, Flonnie R. Aug 7 1889 Dec 23 1972

26. FINCH, Martha Ann Aug 8 1939 Sep 14 1940

27. FINCH, Joseph C. Mar 21 1935 Jun 9 1935

28. CONE, William T. Jul 7 1933 Nov 26 1989 AR US Navy

29. CONE, Levi T. Oct 11 1892 Mar 17 1951 NC PFC 113 Field Arty 30 Div WWI

30. About a dozen graves marked with rocks only located in the back of the cemetery

31. CONE, J. Alford son of W. A. and Hettie Jun 19 1890 Mar 8 1906

32. CONE, Sylvester M Sep 26 1900 Oct 12 1900 son of W. A. and Hettie

33. CHAMBLEE, Urban V. Dec 25 1903 Aug 14 1985

34. CHAMBLEE, Hattie May 29 1897 Sep 13 1952 married to Urban(?)

DANIEL CEMETERY

Surveyed by Doug Lewis

Location: Claude Lewis Road, Middlesex, North Carolina, about 1.7 miles down Claude Lewis Road from Middlesex on the right hand side across from the Baptist Church

Harris Daniel  (husband of Morning), B. Dec. 8, 1825 D. Jan 22, 1886 or 88

Morning Daniel

Gelara A Daniel  (wife of Theophylus Davis), Jan. 29, 1858 – Jan. 27, 1931

Theophylus Davis, July 7, 1855 – May 7, 1926

Mary J., Nov. 4, 1864 – Jan. 10, 1931

Joseph C. Daniel, Aug. 4, 1858 – Jan. 29, 1946

Isaac Daniel  (husband of Pattie), Jan. 14, 1876 – March 30, 1936

Pattie Daniel, March 26, 1882 to Oct. 10, 1911

Mable J., Daughter of Isaac Daniel & Pattie Daniel, May 13, 1911 – Sept. 17. 1911

Emma Daniel, 8-28-1867 to 5-10-1913

Betsy Daniel wife of J. W. Hales, Feb. 4, 1864 – Feb. 17, 1923

Elsie M. (daughter of H.F. & V. D. Boswell), Feb. 13, 1903 – Oct. 11, 1905

Eulala M. (daughter of H.F. & V. D. Boswell), July 15, 1908 – Oct. 5, 19

Robert Lee Creech, Son of Harry & Lanie Creech, Dec. 1, 1918 – May 3, 1926

Lula (wife of  J. J. Joiner), Sept. 18, 1827 – May 9, 1916

Manssa Woodall (husband of Mantie Hobby), 1856 – 1901

Benjamin W. Tippette, Feb. 15, 1856 – May 8, 1922

Mary J. Tippette, Nov. 14-1864 – Jan 10, 1931

John Ersey (son of B. W. & M. J. Tippette), Oct. 5, 1886 – Aug. 4, 1887

Some stones not distinguishable

DAUGHTRIDGE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Tim Pridgen, December 1998

Location: On Vandiford Road in Nash County. Vandiford Road is a short dirt road that is off of Barnes Hill Church Road just past the I95 bridge.

Lonnie Daughtridge b. Oct. 4 1886 d. Sept. 7 1962

Sarah wife of Lonnie b. July 29 1881 d. Feb. 15 1935

Lonnie H. Son of Lonnie and Sarah b. Oct 28 1917 d. July 29 1918

William F. Daughtridge b. July 18 1884 d. June 18 1963

Maggie J. Daughtridge b. Oct. 24 1890 d. Feb. 4 1966

Thelma daughter of W. F. and Maggie Daughtridge b. April 19 1911 d. Nov. 15 1915

William F. Daughtridge, Jr. b.Aug 16 1913 d.Dec.9 1922

Mary Mahala Daughtridge Bone b. Oct. 14 1891 d. Aug. 19 1949

John Hardy Bone b. Dec. 27 1886 d. May 7 1969

Etta Daughtridge Baker Bone b. Sept 9 1881 d. Feb. 4 1971

Joseph Millard Daughtridge son of Weeks and Alma Daughtridge b. Aug 22 1928

d. Oct. 23 1928

Wiley Kinchen Baker b.March 15 1880 d. March 26 1946

Ella Daughtridge Culpepper b. March 2 1885 d. March 4 1974

William R. Daughtridge b. Nov. 6 1858 d. April 20 1927

Ruth Harper Daughtridge b. Aug. 24 1876 d. Feb. 28 1908

Eddie Leon Stone b. Aug. 22 1898 d. June 2 1919

Bessie Lee Daughtridge b. July 20 1906 d. July 5 1997

DEANS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 4, 1997

Location: About 3 miles north of Middlesex on NC 231 in a field on the right across Dewey Glover’s.

1. DEANS, Benjamin B. b 05-18-1860 d 06-16-1934 m Sally

2. VALENTINE, Sally A. b 09-13-1864 d 05-22-1940

3. DEANS, Nannie b 05-29-1869 d 09-28-1920 m Bennett Brantley

CHARLIE DRIVER CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 4-3-1998

Location: From NC Alt 264 near Middlesex NW down 1118 Massey/Stokes Road 2.1 miles

1. DRIVER, Calvin Woodrow 12-21-1918 09-27-1987 SSgt US Army WWII

2. DRIVER, Charlie Proctor 09-10-1908 02-06-1973

3. DRIVER, Inza C. b 09-29-1904 mar Charlie

4. DRIVER, Roland 03-30-1930 03-10-1972

5. DRIVER, Ray 10-27-1927 02-18-1947

6. DRIVER, Charlie W. 11-25-1875 06-30-1936 m Rella b 11-25-1878

7. WILLIAMS, Herman Howard 01-27-1921 04-30-1978 SSgt US Army WWII

m Reba b 3-30-1922

8. MASSEY, Otha Jackson 04-11-1907 12-13-1989 m Sudie

9. MASSEY, Sudie Driver 10-26-1906 08-31-1990

10. MURRAY, Jo Ann Massey 08-14-1958 11-07-1989

11. WILSON, Everette Henry 11-23-1923 03-26-1979 US Army Sgt US Army

12. DRIVER, Ronald e. 03-19-1912 07-03-1955 CPL Co. B774 Tank BN WWII PH

WILLIAM M. EARP CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, January, 2001

Location: Go .01 mile down junction of SR 1949 and West Horne Rd.

1. EARP, William M. 10 Mar 1864 9 May 1923

2. EARP, Mary 18 Dec 1861

EASON CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 7, 1998

Location:  In Johnston County, NC, not far from Nash border. Abandoned cemetery located from junction of NC 96 and SR 1733 Antioch Church Rd 1.2 miles up 1733 on right side off road.

1. EASON, Norma G. Feb 4 1884 Aug 15 1957 m Osc

2. EASON, Oscar May 26 1884 Jun 29 1921

3. other graves

LEVI M. EDWARDS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Shannon Joyner, March, 2000

Location: Mannings Township, Oak Hill Farm SR 1147, 2.5 miles from end of S R1147

Ada M. Edwards, June 22, 1883-Dec 16, 1928

Bertie Brantley Edwards, Nov 13, 1912-May 23, 1969

H. M. Edwards , Feb 16, 1880-Nov 8, 1966 , h/o Lula B. Edwards

Haywood Edmondson Edwards , May 24, 1918-March 22, 1980

Helen Turner Edwards , Oct 12, 1900-Oct 29, 1977 , w/o Spencer L. Edwards

Hilliard Thomas Edwards , Sept 12, 1912-July 16, 1936

Infant Edwards , d. Dec 13, 1941 , c/o Spencer and Helen Edwards

John Henry Edwards , Oct 22, 1877-Feb 22, 1927

Levi M. Edwards , Aug 9, 1855-Sept 23, 1933

Lula B. Edwards , April 27, 1880-May 5, 1973

Milton Edwards , April 29, 1909-April 28, 1922 , s/o G. C. and Ada Edwards

Nettie Taylor Edwards , Oct 2, 1877-Jan 4, 1918 , w/o H. M. Edwards

Roxie Lamm Edwards , April 12, 1859-Nov 9, 1927 , w/o L. M. Edwards

Spencer L. Edwards , May 7, 1888-Jan 7, 1966

William Wilson Edwards , March 16, 1890-Nov 19, 1968

Ellen Edwards Hathaway, Oct 23, 1878-April 6, 1951

Rachel Helen E. Hill , Feb 7, 1929-Aug 31, 1980 , w/o Rev. Walter F. Hill

Eliza Edwards Strickland , July 11, 1884-Aug 18, 1906

MANALCUS T. EDWARDS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Shannon Joyner, March, 2000

Location: Mannings Township, SR 1310 at SR 1308 (Edwards Cross Roads)

Daniel Thorpe Edwards, April 14, 1938-Oct 6, 1939

Ernest L. Edwards , Feb 27, 1886-July 4, 1946

Infant Edwards , b. April 28, 1932 , d/o R. L. and Lydia Edwards

Joseph H. Edwards , Jan 20, 1850-April 6, 1922

Manalcus T. Edwards , Dec 20, 1851-Sept 26, 1918 , h/o Mattie J. Bunn

Margaret M. Sykes Edwards, Dec 16, 1848- Feb 14, 1955 , w/o Joseph H. Edwards

Mattie J. Bunn Edwards, April 19, 1851-April 16, 1937

Richard Warren Edwards , March 17, 1936-Jan 23, 1939

Stephen and ____ Edwards , Jan 5, 1942-April 8, 1942

W. H. Edwards , April 3, 1878-June 6, 1938

W. F. EDWARDS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Shannon Joyner, March, 2000

Location: Manning Township, east side SR 1919, .75 miles north of SR 1717

Ella Edwards Baker , 1865-1950 w/o William Thomas Baker

Magnolia Baker, July 6, 1892-Nov 28, 1899 , d/o William Thomas Baker and Ella Edwards Baker

Thomas Baker, March 7, 1891-April 30, 1892 , s/o William Thomas Baker and Ella Edwards Baker

William Thomas Baker , 1865-1939 h/o Ella Edwards Baker

Frances Bass , Nov 17, 1841-June 5, 1921

Charlie Brannon , June 1, 1862-Dec.12, 1899

Gladys Brannon , Sept 2, 1910-June 20, 1912 , d/o W.R. and Eunice Brannon

Maggie Louise Brannon, Nov 23, 1914-Aug 19, 1934

Dolphus C. Cooper , Feb 2, 1906-June 3, 1938

McKinley Cooper , March 17, 1905-Dec 29, 1932

Minnie Cooper , April 30, 1872-Dec 18, 1929

Wright R. Cooper , Nov 27, 1840-Sept 19, 1911 , , w/o W.F. Edwards

Charlie C. Edwards , Dec 5, 1873-April 11, 1968, h/o Laura Tunnell Edwards

Cora Blanch Edwards , Sept 8, 1916-Dec 1, 1924, d/o Charlie Edwards and Laura Edwards

Grace P. Edwards , Sept 5, 1906-May 9, 1908, d/o Sam Edwards

Ida Bass Edwards , July 4, 1879-June 10, 1958 , w/o Sam Edwards

James Wiley Edwards , April 24, 1884-July 1, 1929 , h/o Rada Joyner Edwards

Laura Tunnell Edwards , Oct 14, 1874-Jan 26, 1956 , w/o C.C. Edwards

Rada Joyner Edwards, April 30, 1889-July 7, 1971, w/o James Wiley Edwards

Sam Edwards , April 13, 1880-April 7, 1922

Viola Baker Edwards, April 24, 1880-Nov 11, 1911, w/o Dalma Edwards

W. F. Edwards, May 6, 1840-Sept 29, 1928 , h/o Bettie Edwards

Wade Elbert Edwards , April 17, 1905-May 7, 1933 , s/o C.C. and Laura Edwards

William R. Edwards , Sept 26, 1918-Jan 30, 1964

Letha M. Ford , Oct 22, 1922-Nov 21, 1922 , d/o P.C. and Lula Ford

Bettie Lamm , Aug 4, 1891-1892 , d/o Wiley and Fannie Lamm

Kirby B. Morgan , Aug 6, 1901-Dec 9, 1901, d/o W.E. and Jennie Morgan

W. RUFFIN EDWARDS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Shannon Joyner, March, 2000

Location: Manning Township, east side SR 1919 and almost opposite SR 1918

Infant Edwards, Nov 11, 1934-Nov 11, 1934, s/o S.W. and Eula Edwards

Infant Edwards, May 18, 1893-May 18, 1893, baby of S.W. and Eula Edwards

James F. Edwards, 1901-1924, Corp USA

Sallie F. Todd Edwards, 1876-1954 w/o W. Ruffin Edwards

W. Ruffin Edwards , 1869-1940

WILLIAM RAY JOHN WESLEY FINCH CEMETERY

Surveyed by Rocky Strickland, 1994

Location: Northwest of Mount Pleasant, on a path about 0.4 mile west of SR 1133 (Harris Rd.), about halfway between SR 1134 (Strickland Rd.) and SR 1132 (Mount Pleasant Rd.)

Haywood R. B. J. L. Finch, 10-1862 – 1-30-1944, son of Rufus B. and Levinia Finch

Maggie Finch, 11-25-1870 – 6-2-1893, wife of J. T. Manning

Margaret A. S. Bird Finch, 10-27-1835 – 10-13-1915, wife of W. R. J. W. Finch

Roxie Eatman Finch, 10-18-1873 – 3-12-1903, wife of C. S. Finch

W. R. J. W. Finch, 8-31-1831 – 11-2-1903

Ida B. Vick Glover, 10-25-1877 – 5-13-1912, wife of L. J. Glover

J. P. Glover, d. 7-13-1896, age 44 years

Pennie R. Glover, 6-17-1857 – 11-18-1920, wife of J. P. Glover

A. M. Griffin, 12-26-1875 – 12-22-1937

Annie M. Murray Griffin, 3-30-1882 – 11-7-1914, wife of A. M. Griffin

Delphia Finch Griffin, 1856-1934, wife of Monroe H. Griffin

Lonnie A. Griffin, 8-25-1908 – 9-7-1910, son of A. M. and Annie Griffin

Monroe H. Griffin, 1853-1925

James W. Hicks, 3-6-1887 – 7-21-1953

Manly High, no dates, Co D 47 NC Inf CSA

Annie L. Griffin Warren, 3-6-1876 – 4-15-1914, wife of L. F. Warren

Luther F. Warren, 2-23-1875 – 10-18-1955

T. W. FULGHUM CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, November, 1997

Location: In extreme southwest Wilson County just over the Nash County line. Starting at intersection of NC 1131 and NC 1114 go 0.9 miles and on the right at the top of a ditch surrounded by woods.

1. FULGHUM, Lanie Jul 1833 d Feb 1904

2. FULGHUM, T. W. Dec 1829 Dec 1910

GEORGE W. GAY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Pat Nelson

Location:  On Hwy. 43 about 1 mile west of Hwy. 95

George W. Gay 2-14-1839 to 1-16-1903

Fannie Vick Gay 9-17-1841 to 2-8-1911

NATHANIEL GAY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Susan Peterson

Location: On the Luther Albert Gay, Sr. property – Old Wilson Road #14 Township, Edgecombe County/Nash County (note the home lies within Nash County but the cemetery lies within Edgecombe County boundaries)

Nathaniel Gay b. 16 Feb 1820 d. 01 Sept 1894

Sallie Odum Gay b. 10 Feb 1823 d. 29 Jan 1890

Fenner McCollins Gay b. 2 Sept 1854 d. 31 May 1913

Anzy Lanie Proctor Gay b. 15 Jan 1859 d. 17 Sept 1941

Willie Nathaniel Gay b. 19 Mar 1898 d. 17 June 1934

Cornelia Frances Gay Taylor b. 15 October 1857 d. 11 May 1925

Infant Gay no dates given

Infant Gay no date given

ELIZABETH GLOVER CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February, 1998

Location: From Hwy 95 west 2.3 miles down Hwy 264-alternate at junction of Old Davis Road. In Wilson County, just over the Nash County border.

1. GLOVER, Thell R. Jul 1901 Sep 1948 m Addie

2. GLOVER, Addie D Aug 1900 Jan 1967

3. GLOVER, Ldeldie(?) W 1908-1972

4. 4 infant graves

5. EATMAN, Kisier J. Aug 1846 d Apr 1914 wife of D. B. Eatman

6. GLOVER, Elizabeth Nov 1837 d May 1914 wife of G. W. Glover

7. GLOVER, David H. 1873-1934

8. GLOVER, Adlone 1870-1932 mar David

9. GLOVER, Timothy David Apr 1954 Sep 1964

10. GLOVER, Donna Jo Nov 1955 Jun 1959

11. GLOVER, Lhl. huelon(?) Jun 1926 Apr 1989mar Audrey F born Jan 21 1926

12. GLOVER, R. Harold Jan 1929 May 1966 NC PFC 82nd ABN Div

13. JONES, Sue Fann Williamson Sep 1928 Jan 1998

14. GLOVER, Luther H. Aug 1903 May 1961 mar Eldie

15. GLOVER, Eldie W. Dec 1908 Jul 1972

G. H. GLOVER CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, June 17, 1998

Location: .05 miles west on 264 alt off of NC 264 in between Sims and Wilson one hundred yards up path, Wilson County just across the Nash County border.

1. GLOVER, G. H. Dec 2 1833 d Aug 12 1891

2. GLOVER, Zilphia June 18 1844 Jul 20 1904

3. GLOVER, W. N. Aug 11 1861 Apr 11 1915

4. LUCAS, Frances E. Jul 30 1863 d Feb-4-1911 marr Council

5. LUCAS, Counsel Nov 25 1858 d Apr-27-1912

6. NICHOLS, Anna Lee May 28 1881 d Jul 17 1929

7. GLOVER, Dizie Haynes Sep 15 1898 Mar 30 1896

8. GLOVER, Deanie L. Dec 15 1875 Feb28 1956

9. GLOVER, Shirley H. Oct 21 1869 May 21 1944

10. GLOVER, Sidney Oct 5 1859 Oct 4 1923 wife of S. H. Glover

11. GLOVER, W. G. Oct 23 1840 Oct 5 1903

12. WHITLEY, H. E. 1870-1932

13. WHITLEY, Lillian Pearl 1892-1926 wife of H. E.

14. H. E. W.

15. L. P. W.

16. GLOVER, Susan Diane Feb 14 1964 b & d

17. GLOVER, Jerry Willard Feb 14 1964 b & d

18. FINCH, Jimmie Earl June 13 1944 Dec 29 1944

19. about one dozen unnamed children’s graves

20. LUCAS, Bennie Franklin Sep 30 1897 Apr 10 1972

21. LUCAS, Minnie Sep 7 1902 Dec 30 1930 wife of Bennie

22. SHARPE, Mary June 10 1890 Jan 9 1919 wife of V. S. Sharpe

23. BURNETTE, Luther E. Jun 17 1890 Feb 15 1912

24. FINCH, Varnetta Jul 1 1880 Dec 23 1915 wife of C.C. Finch

25. GLOVER, R. . Jan 14 1872 Dec 20 1923

26. GLOVER, Flossie Jun 6 1878 Feb 21 1943

HACKNEY, HIGH CEMETERY

Surveyed by Eula Ferrell Pinno

Location: On Lamm’s Road 1.7 miles off hwy 264 and 50 yards before intersection with Bloomery Road and about one mile inside Wilson County from the Nash County line. This cemetery sits corner/wise to the highway.

Row 1, left to right:

Hackney High

Born May 28 1828

Died June 30 1907

Gator High

1856-1907

Mother

Annie E High

Wife of George B Morgan

Apr.7,1863 Dec.25,1928

A tender mother and a faithful friend

Patrick Oscar High

Aug 4 1869-July 25 1941

Row 2, left to right:

Ruby L. High

Dau of S. F. & Lessie High

Born Aug 31,1910

Died May 1,1911

Gone to be a Angel

Wade High

Son of S. F & Lessie High

Born Nov 6,1908

Died Dec 27,1912

A sunbeam from the world has vanished

Lessie High

Born July 30,1891 Died October 17,1918

Thy God has claimed Thee as His own

Loomis High

Brother of Jo and Polly

Born August 17,1917

Died October 16,1936

Father

Stephen F. High

Oct. 7,1890

Aug. 31,1959

Seth Ferrell

North Carolina

Sgt 119 Infantry

30 Division World War 1

June 7,1893

May 6,1951

Missouri High

Wife of John W Ferrell

May 8,1860-Feb. 15,1952

A Fond Mother And Friend To All

Hattie Ferrell

Daughter of John and Missouri Ferrell

Jan 30,1890

Dec 7,1955

Thomas J Ferrell

Son of John and Missouri Ferrell

May 17,1892-Dec 15,1955

Co.F,119th.Inf.30th Div.

Row 3, left to right:

Merdie M. High

July 28 1888 – Aug 31,1915

Ambrose High

Feb 8, 1878 – Apr 27, 1915

D. Jeff High

June 11,1853 – Feb 14, 1918

Tow 4:

Thomas Carol Ferrell

Aug 7, 1947 – Jan 2, 1952

Entered into rest

J. W. HALES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February, 1998

Location:  At the intersection south of Middlesex Cemetery in a field in the Northeast

1. HALES, J. W. Aug 22- 1813 Jan 21 1916

2. HALES, Susan Dec 15 1816 d Dec 23 1923

3. FULGHUM, Susan Annie Mar 3 1859 Sep 1 1918

4. FULGHUM, Loomis A. son of J. A. and S. A. Feb-16-1887 Aug 14 1914

5. INFANT, of M and Ervin Liles 1917

W. T. HAYES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February, 1998

Location: At junction of Beaver Dam Road SR 9200 and Claude Lewis road SR 10650.

1. HAYES, W. T. Oct 5 1875 Mar 20 1954

2. HAYES, Mattie Louise Jan 6 1886 Apr 18 1951

3. HAYES, Annie Cleo Sep 28-1917 May 12 1947

4. infant

5. infant

6. infant

7. DENTON, Iva Hayes Nov 10 1914 Apr 12 1965

8. DENTON, Hubert S. Jun 10 1910 Jan 8 1986

ELI P. HAYNES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, March 3, 1998

Location: 0.1 miles south of junction of SR 1158 and SR 1157 off the side of road, Wilson County just over the border from Nash. Church abandoned.

1. HAYNES, Gladys Flood 1903-1927 wife of L.A. Haynes

2. LAMM, Sallie Lee June 20 1905 d Nov 20-1928

3. HAYNES, Eli P. Feb 9 1874 d Aug 22 1958 marr Sallie M. Haynes

4. HAYNES, Sallie M. Feb 26 1878 d Jan 14 1954

5. HAYNES, Nelson E. Aug 12 1909 d Mar 11 1961

6. HAYNES, Nelson Reese Mar 27 1934 d Apr 27 1934 son of Nelson and Leta Haynes

7. There is a mausoleum next to Nelson E. unnamed ( each only large enough to have one person

HICKS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 10-24-1997

Location: Starting at Hwy. 64, 2.2 miles north on Hwy. 96 on the right

1. HICKS, Morris R. b 07-15-1898 d 02-25-1954

2. HICKS, Joseph d 09-10-1907 aged 71 years

3. HICKS, Thanie d 05-12-1888 aged 80 years

4. TEN OTHER GRAVES UNREADABLE

HIGH, GRIFFIN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Pat Nelson

Location: On the Oak Level/Nashville Road.

Tezida Elma High 8-13-1900 to 7-9-1901, dau of J. T. and Ellen Barnes

Nancy P. 6-20-1816 to 9-29-1892 wife of Abel Batchelor

Graham A. 1-7-1896 to 2-9-1896 son of A. W. & Lizzie High

James Richard Griffin 2-15-1880 to 6-6-1887 son of John H. & Elizabeth Griffin

Minnie D. 2-9-1882 to 4-3-1903 dau of W. L. & Martha High

Martha Griffin 7-4-1847 to 7-14-1924, wife of W. L. High

W. L. High (Lafayette) 10-8-1849 to 3-4-1927

Sarah Anderson 1862 to 11-6-1886, wife of W. W. Boseman

HOPKINS, FERRELL CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 4, 1997

Location: Off NC 231 about 100 yards up Bryant Rd., about 4 miles north of Middlesex

1. FERRELL, Hattie L. 1898-1966

2. FERRELL, Etta R. 1904-1932 m Willie T.

3. FERRELL, Henry A. 1872-1948 m Mary L.

4. FERRELL, Mary L. 1877-1916

5. FERRELL, Willie T. 1905-1990

6. HOPKINS, Cossie d 1908 age 25 years wife of A. K. Hopkins

7. HOPKINS, Infant b &d 1896 child of a Hopkins

8. HOPKINS, Pharoah I. b 06-02-1923 d 07-05-1944 NC Pvt 363 Inf 91st Div WWII

9. HOPKINS, Roxie 1876-1896 m A. K. Hopkins

10. HOPKINS, Alice dau of A. K. and Amanda(?)

11. HOPKINS, Alsey Kemp b 08-13-1874 d 10-18-1945

12. HOPKINS, Amanda Boykin b 09-15-1893 d 06-18-1966 m A. K. Hopkins

13. HOPKINS, Jodie L. b 05-16-1900 d 12-28-1926

14. HOPKINS, Pearl 1908 dau of A. K. & Cossie Hopkins (hard to read)

15. HOPKINS, William A. b 04-15-1914 d 06-04-1967

16. JEANS, Infant son of Jimmie and Helen b &d 08-08-1958

17. MURRAY, Twin boys b&d 1984

18. MURRAY, Noah S. b 1911 d 1982 m. Edith F. b 1916

19. UNKNOWN

20. UNKNOWN

21. UNKNOWN

THOMAS B. HOCUTT CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 3-24-1999

Location: 0.2 miles down NC 231 from junction of 231 and 96, 0.3 by Corinth-Holder’s School.

HOCUTT, Thomas B. Nov 7 1866 Nov 22 1928

HOULDER, ROBERTSON CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 7, 1998

Location: From junction of NC 96 and SR 1733 Antioch Church Rd, 1.5 miles down 1733 on left side of road (abandoned). In Johnston County not far from Nash border.

1. ROBERTSON, John W. 1832-1899 m Serina

2. ROBERTSON, Serina 1845-1920

3. HICKS, Julia Robertson Feb 14 1877 Feb 11 1922

4. HOULDER, Rhoda wife E. Stevens Nov 29 1802 Dec 15 1847

5. WHITLEY, Harris H. Oct 28 1821 Sep 5 1845

6. HOULDER, Ceila wife of A. W. Richardson Feb 27 1805 Apr 7 1848

7. HOULDER, Morning wife of Wm T. Robertson b Dec 20 1807 Sep 16 1855

8. ROBERTSON, J. H. Feb 1844 Nov 21 1890 m Indiana

9. ROBERTSON, Indiana J. Nov 30 1851 Dec 15 1924

JEFFREYS, WARD, MURPHEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 9, 1998

Location: At junction of Antioch Church Rd SR 1733 and Thanksgiving VFD Road SR 1720, Johnston County not far from Nash border.

1. WARD, Adam Wade infant Jul 22 1962

2. WARD, Alga Murphy Jan 17 1901 Jan 11 1970

3. WARD, M. Ransom Apr 8 1893 Nov 13 1965

4. WARD, Benjamin F. Jan 26 1921 Aug 5 1968

5. MURPHY, Ashley I Oct 2 1907 Jul 23 1961

6. MURPHY, Charles L. Aug 6 1939 Dec 8 1957

7. MOORE, Janie Lee Jeffreys Apr 15 1923 Sep 5 1984

8. MOORE, Virginia Annette dau of Billy and Janie 1943-1955 pic on grave

9. JEFFREYS, Virginia J. 1900-1966

10. JEFFREYS, Edgar Osmond 1902-1938

11. JEFFREYS, Elva T. Apr 23 1895 Dec 7 1956 mar Joe

12. JEFFREYS, Joe T. Mar 31 1871 Oct 13 1954

13. BORING, Doris Jeffreys Mar 20 1901 Jul 24 1986

14. MURPHREY, James I Mar 8 1863 Sep 23 1934

15. MURPHREY, Mary A. Jeffreys Jun 5 1868 Jul 28 1936 mar James

16. MURPHREY, Sarah M. dau of J. and M. Dec 20 1897 Jun 10 1899

17. MURPHREY, Julia Ann dau of J. I. and Mollie Jul 30 1895 May 18 1916

18. BIRN, Martha G. Jul 15-1908 May 29-1984

19. BIRN, Joseph M. Mar 16-1898 Dec 27 1987 mar Martha WWI vet

20. PRICE, Elijah G. Apr 28 1923 Jun 25-1994 PFC WWII

21. WISE, Richard Mar 26 1903 Feb 5 1988 m Dora

22. WISE, Dora Strickland Oct 19 1912 Dec 8 1991

23. WISE, Juanita Davis Apr 2 1881 Sep 9 1953 mar Andrew

24. WISE, Andrew Mar 12 1875 May 16 1946

25. JEFFREYS, N. E. Nov 26 1869 Nov 14 1943

26. JEFFREYS, Lou Zettie Hinnant 1871-1936 wife of N. E.

THOMAS JOYNER CEMETERY
Cemetery located in Coopers Township on east side Hwy 58, 0.9 miles north of SR1707
Well kept cemetery next to the road.
Surveyed by Helen Sharpe
13 J uly 2010
  • Joyner, Eva Lee b. Jan. 31, 1942 d. Sep. 1, 1942
  • Joyner, George b. Mar. 11, 1878 d. Apr. 10, 1954
  • Joyner, Kenneth Earl b. Apr. 29, 1958 d. Jul. 15, 1958
  • Joyner, Lonnie Freeman b. Oct. 3, 1896 d. Nov. 17, 1955
  • Joyner, Myrtle Adell b. Apr. 11, 1926 d. Apr. 11, 1926
  • Joyner, Nicholas Thomas b. 1870 d. Apr. 9, 1951
  • Joyner, Oliver Joyner b. Mar. 17, 1901 d. 1976
  • Joyner, Thomas b. Feb. 15, 1863 d. Feb. 21, 1944

JOYNER, PRIDGEN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Scott Johnson

Location: Preacher Joyner Road, close to Joyner’s Crossroad (intersection of Halifax Rd. and Hwy 97W.)

Note: Surveyor has pictures available of the entire cemetery in panorama, and each grave individually.

[Headstone Damaged) believed to be Buddie James Joyner

Etta Vandiford b: 6/13/1885 d: 7/5/1918

(Marked with Stone) Unknown

Minni Joyner Infant of Albert & Ella Joyner b: 11/3/1920 d: 5/12/1921

Ella Jane Davis, wife of Albert Joyner b: 2/11/1901 d: 4/3/1922

William Ann Wells, wife of Henderson A. Davis b: 7/8/1871 d: 8/15/1953

Ella Joyner Viverette, b: 8/29/1876 d: 12/19/1954

(Marked with aluminum pegs) Unknown

Susan Wells Patterson b: 4/10/1853 d: 9/18/1926

Wiley N. Davis b: 10/2/1890 d: 10/5/1918

Henderson A. Davis b: 7/24/1859 d: 6/11/1931

Willie M., son of H. A. & B. A. Davis, b: 10/4/1902 d:7/18/1911

(Miniture concrete structure under weeds) Unknown

(Uninscribed Headstone) Unknown

(Damaged uninscribed Headstone) Unknown, but has J. A. J. carved on it.

(Marked with stone) Unknown

(Uninscribed corner marker) Unknown

(Marked with stone) Unknown

(Marked with stone) Unknown

(Marked with stone) Unknown

Lonnie Davis-dates unreadable

Infant of J. H. & Mary Jane Pridgen

Infant of J. H. & Mary Jane Pridgen

Infant of J. H. & Mary Jane Pridgen

Infant of J. H. & Mary Jane Pridgen

Mary Jane, wife of J. H. Pridgen b: 5/23/1877 d: 3/3/1913

Infant of J. H. & Mary Jane Pridgen

Elder Johnnie O. Joyner b: 6/22/1889 d: 10/31/1971

Fannie Davis, wife of Johnnie O. Joyner, b: 9/1/1892 d: 9/9/1979

John V., son of John & Fannie Joyner, b: 10/29/1912 d: 3/13/1914

(Marked with stone) Unknown

Harriett-rest unreadable

unreadable Davis

N. W. Davis b: 4/9/???? d: 9/10/????

Mahala Joyner b:12/10/1877 d:2/17/1900

J. R. Davis b:11/20/1876 d:11/4/1930

Quillie Davis b:10/2/1883 d:5/28/1930

Judy Carol Joyner b:6/7/1952 d:7/3/1952

(Marked with post) Unknown

(Marked with concrete) Unknown

WILLIAM B. KEMP CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 11-03-1997

Location: Down Stokes Road, Middlesex, NC, just pass the Hwy 64 overpass on a path on the light marked 6079-609. Follow the path until you reach the stones.

1. KEMP, William B. 07-12-1856 d 08-20-1939 m Mary

2. KEMP, Mary A. b 09-21-1859 d 04-04-1934 maiden name Mollie Cawthorne born

Zebulon, NC

3. KEMP, Myrtie b 02-10-1885 d 08-22-1908 wife of W. B. Strickland (death by

childbirth)

SOLOMON LAND CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February 12, 1998

Location: 1.3 miles north of Strickland Crossroads

1. VIVERETTE, Bessie 1891-1926

2. VIVERETTE, W. Budd 1891-1969

3. VIVERETTE David B. 1929-1930

4. LAND, Edwin G. 1903-1949

5. LAND, Anna W. 1872-1958

6. LAND, Solomon R. 1868-1949

7. LAND, Columbus C. 1904-1980

8. JOYNER, William Elisha 1889-1955

9. JOYNER, Mary L. 1894-1983 mar W. E.

10. LAND, James Earl 1897-1952 mar Olivia

11. LAND, Olivia Rogers 1898-1968

12. SOUTHERLAND, Ossie Lee Winstead wife of E. G. Southerland 1876-1936

13. LAND, James Earl 1897-1952 NC Pvt 13th Regt FA RPL Depot WWI

GILBERT G. LEWIS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February, 1998

Location: From Middlesex go Claude Lewis Road 1.3 miles in a back yard of house on the right

1. LEWIS, Lois B. dau of W. D. and Ira 1919-1920

2. LEWIS, J. Preston 1917-1932

3. LEWIS, Minnie Jul 1894-Oct 1894

4. LEWIS, Blanche Dec 28-1869-Nov 1913 w G. G. Lewis

5. LEWIS ,G. G. Jul 7 1867 Sep 20-1948

6. Two more graves

GILLIAM LEWIS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Doug Lewis, 1999

Location: Intersection of Lewis School Road off of Route 231 South and Beaverdam Road

Gilliam Lewis b. 2/19/1843 d. 2/6/1910

Tempie J. Lewis b. 4/12/1850 d. 8/17/1891 wife of Gilliam

Daphney L. Lewis b. 9/7/1906 d. 1/26/1907

Worth P. Lewis b. 5/1912 d. 5/1917

James A. Lewis b. 3/3/1872 d. 7/28/1927

Ina F. Lewis b. 12/27/1875 d. 5/20/1926 (wife of James)

Carl Lewis b. 12/27/1902 d. 1/24/1908

Wilbert Lewis, son of C. G. & D. O. Lewis b. 7/16/190(?) illegible d. 7/20/190(?) illegible

LEWIS, LILES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp Decemer 7, 1998

Location: 0.3 miles east down Claude Lewis Road from Intersection of Claude Lewis Road and Stokes Road SR 1118.

1. LILES, John G. Dec 2 1896 Nov 29 1910 son of W. M. and Pattie Liles

2. LILES, Meaoda wife of E. D. Perry

3. LEWIS, Gilford Dec 9 1832 May 2 1888

4. LEWIS, Julia A. May 25 1848 Nov 7 1891 wife of Gilford

5. LEWIS, Catherine Oct 3 1835 Jan 13 1863

6. LILES, W. Sanford Apr 19 1886 Jun 14 1887 son of W. M. and Pattie E.

7. LILES, William 1856-1934 8. LILES, Pattie E. 1865-1912 wife of W. M. Liles

9. BISSETTE, Marada 1889 child of W.(?) D. and M. M.

10. WOODRUFF, Infant son of J. P. and Annie Oct 1895

11. WOODRUFF, Henrietta 1894

12. LILES Winnie Jane dau of Jonathan & Tilda Liles 1846-1918

13. PRICE….possibly more than one grave surrounded by small concrete wall

LONG CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 10-23-1997

Location: About 1.3 miles south of intersection of Hwy. 96 and Hwy. 264 Business through town of Zebulon with cemetery located on the right in Long trailer park, Wake County near Nash County border.

1. LONG, Claudia Priscilla b 04-05-1943 d 05-14-1945 dau of C. D. & Doris Long

2. LILES, John W. b 06-13-1885 d 11-30-1939

3. LONG, Luther B. b 10-02-1901 d 03-31-1942

4. LONG, Claudia B. b 08-29-1904 d 12-13-1934

5. LONG, C. Lone 1873-1948

6. LONG, Patti Liles 1876-1907 wife

GINCY MANNING CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February, 1998

Location: 1.2 miles from 264 alternate west on NC 1131, on the right in fenced field. In Wilson County just beyond the Nash County border.

1. LILES, Z. R. Nov 1858 Nov 1910

2. LILES, Martha A Feb 1859 Jun 1909

3. LILES, Nettie Nov 1883 Aug 1906

4. GRICE, Dona May 1878 May 1900 mar J. H. Grice

5. LILES, James E. Apr 1871 Dec 1907

6. 5 blank graves

7. FINCH, Chelliea Mar 1885 Oct 1930(?) wife of J. W. Finch

8. LILES, ? 18? Can't make out death date

9. MANNING, Joseph Sep 1841 Apr 1934 Mar Jane

10. MANNING, Jane May 1852 no death date

11. MANNING, Gincy 1831-1873 wife of Joseph Manning

12. EATMON, Noah Modest Apr 1894 Nov 1918

13. EATMON, Irnia Apr 1870 Oct 1902 wife of W. B. Eatmon

14. LILES, D.C. Apr 1850 Feb 1899

15. 4 children graves

L. J. MASSEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 11-06-1997

Location: On the left, 2.7 miles down Stokes Road from the junction with Hwy. 264A in Middlesex, NC. Well cared for.

1. MASSEY, M. Vernon 09-13-1936 d 02-15-1986 m Shelby P. b 11-11-1938

2. MASSEY, Gregory V. 05-20-1958 d 05-11-1972

3. WILLIAMS, infant son of Earl and Versie

4. TANT, Infant

5. MASSEY, John T. 10-26-1924 d 10-14-1971 NC PFC Inf WWII

6. MASSEY, Barbara 01-21-1934 d 09-22-1974 w Wm C. Alteneder

7. MASSEY, Tommy L. 1891-1950

8. MASSEY, Iva Brantley 1900-1994

9. MASSEY, Marvin James 10-19-1909 d 01-19-1991

10. MASSEY, Cramer S. 1913-1993

11. MASSEY, Virginia 03-23-1866 d 11-29-1943 mar L. J.

12. MASSEY, L. J. 01-24-1870 d 05-16-1930

13. CONE, Ira Massey b 09-17-1905 d 04-05-1972

14. MASSEY, Brooks Joshua 1938-1997 mar Shirley Matthews 12-26-1940

15. MASSEY, Walter R. 08-02-1902 d 11-11-1973

VESTER MASSEY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, June 12, 1998

Location: 2.5 miles north on NC 1118 (known locally as Massey Road) from Junction of NC 264A

1. MASSEY, Vester Haro 5-22-1929 d 3-25-1983 m Diane b 3-1947

2. MASSEY, Lula Jane 1889-1987

JAMES WILEY MATTHEWS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp September 16, 1998

Location: 0.5 miles west of town of Momeyer on US 64 Alternate

1. LEONARD, Ray A Jan 22 1940 Mar 28 1944

2. LEONARD, Dan J. Oct 5 1900 Nov 4 1970

3. SLEDGE, Turner Aug 20 1907 Aug 24 1981 marr Frances born Apr 24 1915

4. LONG, Johnny H. 1940 infant son of Reuben and Daisy

5. COLLIE, Baby boy b&d 1929

6. MATTHEWS, Jackie Ann 1852-1927

7. LEONARD, Baby boy b&d 1928

8. LAMM, Dorothy L. dau of S.D. and Sallie b Jan 15 1921 d Jul 24 1921

9. LAMM, James E. 1925-1925

10. LAMM, Samuel D 1895-1984 mar Sallie M b 1900

11. VESTER, Loutora wife of J. W. Matthews Aug 27 1871 Jul 26 1940

12. MATTHEWS, James Wiley Nov 21 1868 May 31 1934

13. SLEDGE, Bunny M. Dec 30 1905 Feb 20 1934

14. JOHNSON, Nicodemus Aug 23 1903 May 9 1969

15. JOHNSON, Louise Sledge Aug-21-1907 Feb-8-1998

16. MATTHEWS, Thomas Sep 23 1897 Nov 20 1976 mar Memkey

17. MATTHEWS, Memkey Dec 19 1897 Dec 26 1983

18. MATTHEWS, Dorothy b&d Sep 24 1924

19. LUMBA, J. H.Aug 12 1850 Apr 30 1922 wife Mollie (preacher)

20. LUMBA, Mollie (Kemp) born c 1869

21. DEANS, Joel Aug 11 1875 Jul 12 1930

22. DEANS, Sarah

23. VANN, Zilphia Katherine May 10 1858 Dec 7 1935 wife of A. H. Vann

24. VANN, A.H. Jan 20 1860 Apr 2 1948

25. BAINES, Jack Hinnard D

26. BAINES, James

27. VESTER, Elijah S. Sep 13 1879 Feb 3 1965

MORGAN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 8-28-2000

Location: Visible from Samaria Baptist Church slightly to the east and accessible by going east on Hwy. 97 a few yards from town intersection and turning left on a path that appears to be a driveway.

1. TANT, William Elbert 18 May 1924 to 29 May 1993 PFC US Army WWII Korea

2. ETHERIDGE, William no other info

3. MORGAN, H.C. (Bunk) 27 Nov 1903 to 23 May 1979 m Bessie

4. MORGAN, Bessie M 4 Oct 1906 to 23 Nov 1978

5. MORGAN, James Wilbur (Jim) 28 Jun 1924 to 8 Feb 2000 m Monetta P. (Dixie)

born 6 Aug 1921

6. MORGAN, Pamela A. 28 Jan 1957 to 8 Jan 1958

7. MORGAN, Scott T. 3 Dec 1959 to 17 Oct 1964

8. DENTON, Lurla M. 4 May 1900 to 10 Apr 1989

9. DENTON, Charlie M. 31 Mar 1885 to 12 Jan 1963

10. DENTON, William E. 24 Jan 1926 to 27 Nov 1958 NC PFC Co D 65th Inf Regt Korea

11. BRANTLEY, Hortence C. 1906-1994

12. MURRAY, Bert A. 9 Jul 1912 to 21 Sep 1962

13. HICKS, James Willard. 21 Aug 1917 to 6 Dec 1989 US Marines WWII m Lillie Taylor

born 19 Apr 1930

14. JONES, Buck Casey 21 Sep 1927 to 18 Oct 1988

15. JONES, Elsie Brantley 23 Nov 1928 to 18 Jan 1992

16. DENTON, Eli Winston 16 Feb 1906 to 20 Feb 1986 mar Etta Pearl

17. DENTON, Etta Pearl 9 Jul 1911 to 1999

18. WHITLEY, Wally M. 6 Apr 1920 to 22 Aug 1989

19. CONE, Wilton Carlstone 22 Aug 1905 to 7 Jul 1982 marr Bleeka D. Cone

born 1 Aug 1907

20. MURPHREY, Prince Albert 30 Apr 1911 to 1 Mar 1995 m Lillie

21. MURPHREY, Lillie Mae 27 Apr 1908 to 28 Aug 1983

22. MURPHREY, A. Ronnie 6 Oct 1940 to 11 Aug 1984 Prince and Lillie's son

23. HOPKINS, Peggy C. 1931-1997

24. CONE, Hermie 1909-2000

25. MORGAN, Lewis H. 7 Nov 1926 to 29 May 1993 marr 16 Apr 1948 Jean Cone

b 12 Apr 1932

26. CONE, Robert Jackson 19 Dec 1927 to 30 May 1997 marr Jean Sanders 27 Mar 1934

27. FRAZIER, Roger R. 2 Aug 1914 to 21 May 1995

28. FRAZIER, Frances B. 31 Mar 1920 to 15 Feb 1998 marr Frances

29. BRANTLEY, W. Opie 22 Feb 1892 to 17 Oct 1964

30. BRANTLEY, Fannie C. 15 Aug 1895 to 1 Jan 1974

31. HARTMANN, Gene B 20 Mar 1924 to 7 Jan 1959

32. CONE, James Thee 1 Nov 1920 to 11 Nov 1991 Corp WWII mar on 4 Jan 1951

Bertie Mae W. b 15 May 1931

33. WILLIAMS, Arthur R. 16 Apr 1910 to 9 Apr 1982

34. WILLIAMS, Willie W. 17 May 1914 to 10 Sep 1994

35. BRYANT, Weldon H. 21 Nov 1917 to 30 Jun 1992 Air Corps WWII marr Jane Brantley

13 Nov 1922

36. CONE, Alma V. dau of Mr and Mrs Obay Cone 7 Oct 1891 to 1 Apr 1979

37. DENTON, William B. 22 Feb 1873 to 2 May 1950

38. CONE, Donald Mack 20 Jun 1940 to 23 Feb 1992

39. CONE, Paul Jerry 17 Nov 1934 to 27 Oct 1990 Pvt US Army

40. CONE, Charles Alex 7 Aug 1931 to 10 May 1948

41. CONE, Paul Jeffrey 3 May 1904 to 30 Dec 1972

42. CONE, W. A. (Billy) 12 Nov 1902 to 30 Dec 1947

43. WHITLEY, George W. 15 Sep 1874 to 17 Jul 1955

44. WHITLEY, Elizabeth M. 22 Apr 1875 to 24 Dec 1946

45. TANT, Kenneth A. 21 Aug 1922 8 Aug 1944 Pvt 116 Inf 29th Inf Div WWII

46. MORGAN, Reuben (Jack) 15 Jan 1912 to 14 Nov 1985 marr to Elgia 6 Jun 1914

47. RICHARDSON, Flora C. 6 Feb 1889 to 23 Aug 1988

48. MURRAY, Stacy R. 1 Jan 1960 to 10 Sep 1988

49. MURRAY, Mary Jo 7 Jul 1955 to 13 Jul 1955

50. WHITLEY, Julian E. 2 Aug 1915 to 28 May 1982 marr Hazel T. b Apr 13 1916

51. PRIVETTE, Gwendolyn A. 18 May 1951 to 10 Apr 1965

52. PRIVETTE, Mary Frazier 23 Dec 1892 to 1 Apr 1984

53. MORGAN, Bobby Gray 31 Dec 1935 Nash Co to 30 Oct 1992 Williamsburg, Va.

54. MORGAN, Archie son of John and Ida Morgan 13 Mar 1923 to 2 Aug 1969

55. MORGAN, Horace Greeley 1873 to 1953

56. TANT, Esther M. 9 Sep 1904 to 23 Mar 1983

57. MORGAN, E. C. 26 Aug 1872 to 21 Oct 1950

58. DENTON, Simon A. 27 Jul 1894 to 9 Aug 1946 NC US Army Cook WWI

59. DENTON, Cyrus Edison 24 Dec 1925 to 7 Jul 1965 NC Corp US Army Korea

60. MORGAN, Gladys Bradley 4 Sep 1922 to 17 Jul 1994 wife of Joseph C.

61. MORGAN, Joseph C. 4 Sep 1922 to 7 Jul 1944

62. MORGAN, Melvin L. 27 Oct 1913 to 10 May 1993

63. MORGAN, Beulah G. 19 Apr 1914 to 28 Nov 1981

64. MORGAN, Joseph C. 11 Sep 1918 to 11 Oct 1968 NC Corp Base Unit AAF WWII

65. MORGAN, Nettie D. 29 Jul 1989 to 29 Mar 1974

66. MORGAN, Willie Henderson 1 May 1888 to 2 Jul 1942

67. MORGAN, William H. 31 Dec 1907 to 3 Apr 1984 son of J. O. Morgan

68. MORGAN, James Oscar 1875-1953 married Alice

69. MORGAN, Alice 1889-1944

70. MORGAN, Maude 5 Dec 1883 to 2 May 1939 dau of Renion and Isabelle Brantley

Morgan

71. MORGAN, Laura B. 4 Jun 1902 to 10 Aug 1924 wife of T. H. Medlin

72. FRAZIER, J. Exum 1 Mar 1891 to 4 Feb 1920

73. STRICKLAND, Annie M. Frazier 10 Sep 1895 to 28 Nov 1969

74. MURRAY, Eugene b&d Aug 1938

75. MURRAY, Larry L. 18 Mar 1906 to 9 Mar 1941 marr Nona

76. MURRAY, Nona M. 13 Oct 1908 to 19 Nov 1975

77. LINNELL, Colleen Murray 13 Jan 1935 to 13 Oct 1974

78. MORGAN, Charlie C. 10 Mar 1891 to 24 May 1989

79. MORGAN, Beulah Strickland 8 Nov 1903 to 23 Nov 1993

80. MORGAN, William Channing 28 Nov 1970 to 23 Mar 1983

81. MORGAN, A. Richard 15 Jun 1907 to 3 May 1944

82. MORGAN, Ruth Murray 8 Nov 1910 to 8 Apr 1972

83. MORGAN, John Bud

84. MORGAN, Thurman and (Mary?) broken stone lying on ground twin children of

W. H. & Nettie Morgan 15 Sept 1915 to 15 Nov 1915

85. MORGAN, William R. 1844-1911 Pvt Co A 47th Inf Confederate

86. MORGAN, twin children of W. C. and Bettie Morgan (??)

87. MORGAN, Furnie G. 3 Sep 1895 to 20 Mar 1959

88. MORGAN, William C. 15 Nov 1867 to 15 Nov 1944 marr Bettie C

89. MORGAN, Bettie C 9 Sep 1870 to 12 Jul 1955

90. MORGAN, Elizabeth Isabella 1846-1855 wife of W.R. Morgan dau of Lovette and Eliza Brantley

THOMAS MORGAN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, January, 2001

Location: About 0.4 miles east of Samaria on the right in a fenced area

1. MORGAN, Thomas 3 Nov 1848 6 Jul 1909

2. MORGAN, Mary 17 Feb 1839 5 Jun 1915

3. CONE, George 18 Oct 18(08?) 27 Dec 19(??) (scratched in cement)

4. CONE, Eva (also scratched in cement unreadable)

5. CONE, Verlie Blue 13 Aug 1912 9 Dec 1916

6. CONE, Mittie Ann d 14 Nov 1916 age 70 wife of Turner Cone

7. WILSON, Inf dau of H.W. and Neva 5 Dec 1904 26 Jan 1905

8. numerous others with simple rocks marking graves

MURRAY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Danny C. Bunn, February 10, 1998 (rev 4/10/98)

Location: On north side of Highway 97, one-half mile east of the intersection of Hwy. 97 and SR 1166 at Murraytown, in the extreme southwestern part of Nash County.

Survey is divided into two categories - markers showing a single name and markers

showing multiple names.

Single Name Markers:

ALLEN, Mary Lynn, 23 Feb 1984

BATCHELOR, Martha Jane, b. 28 Apr 1856, d. 15 Oct 1949

BATCHELOR, Robert Floyd, b. 05 Apr 1916, d. 28 May 1916

BATCHELOR, Robert T., b. 24 Oct 1861, d. 28 May 1929

BRANTLEY, Addie, b. 15 Jan 1895, d. 14 Feb 1968

BRANTLEY, Arnell, (no date), s/o Edmund H. Brantley

BRANTLEY, Beatrice G., b. 02 Nov 1905, d. 02 Oct 1934

BRANTLEY, Dallas W., b. 07 Nov 1923, d. 29 Apr 1991. Vet US Army

BRANTLEY, Don L., 17 Mar 1932

BRANTLEY, Edith, b. 05 Feb 1889, d. 03 Feb 1907, w/o B. B. Brantley

BRANTLEY, Edmund H., 12 Aug 1935, NC, Pvt, 119 Inf. 30 Div.

BRANTLEY, Ida P., b. 1869, d. 03 Jan 1929

BRANTLEY, Jackson, M., (no date), Co A, 47th NC Inf, CSA

BRANTLEY, Kathy, b. 20 Sep 1926, d. 09 May 1933

BRANTLEY, Lonnie, b. 27 Jun 1898, d. 23 Mar 1976

BRANTLEY, Martha Ellen, b. 28 Jun 1870, d. 07 Aug 1956

BRANTLEY, Mary Ann, b. 21 Jan 1857, d. 13 Mar 1939

BRANTLEY, Milton A., (part of stone w/date missing), s/o E. H. & Addie Brantley

BRANTLEY, Valton A., b. 05 Apr 1915, d. 20 Nov 1972

BRANTLEY, Walter B., b. 12 Feb 1875, d. 18 Mar 1951

BRANTLEY, William Harris, b. Jun 1866, d. 16 Oct 1948

CARTER, Clyde Batchelor, b. 25 Apr 1928, d. 20 Oct 1977

CARTER, Infant son of Rex D. & Verda M. Carter, 12 Dec 1954

CARTER, Letha Ann, b. 06 Nov 1895, d. 26 Jun 1963

CARTER, Nurtis H., b. 07 May 1917, d. 15 Nov 1996

CARTER, Sharon Faith, b. 20 Apr 1944, d. 22 Apr 1944

CATES, Benjamin, III, b. 1941, d. 1964, s/o Mr. & Mrs Benjamin Cates II

CONE, Melvin, b. 13 Feb 1908, d. 01 Dec 1960

CONE, Obie P., b. 14 Aug 1924, d. 5 Mar 1967, NC, Pvt, Army Air Forces, WW II

CONE, William, b. 13 Mar 1913, d. 12 Aug 1966, NC, Tec4, 9020 Base Unit AAF WWII

FERRELL, Emma Jane, b. 24 Sep 1844, d. 26 Jun 1900, w/o Jas. A. Ferrell

FINCH, Evonne Massey Carter, b. 24 Feb 1929, (d. 1991, metal marker)

MURRAY, Budie, b. 1910, d. 1911

MURRAY, Calvin Odell, b. 29 Oct 1913, d. 15 Apr 1992, Tec4, US Army, WW II

MURRAY, Cornelia Ann, b. 1877, d. 3 Apr 1931

MURRAY, D. Mavern, b. 1918, d. 1921

MURRAY, Duvern, b. 24 May 1915, d. 17 Nov 1985

MURRAY, E. Uvell, b. 1911, d. 1936

MURRAY, Flossie Ann, b. 23 Jan 1892, d. 21 Sep 1972

MURRAY, Julie Ann, b. 1844, d. 1926, w/o Jackson Brantley

MURRAY, Stephen A., b. 03 Apr 1942, d. 12 Sep 1987

MURRAY, W. B., b. 15 Sep 1880, d. 29 Aug 1957

O’NEAL, Jimmy Ray, Sr., b. 1947, d. 1998

PERRY, Fannie, b. 07 Jul 1879, d. 25 Nov 1962, w/o Nathan E. Brantley

STALLINGS, Mannie, b. 24 Aug 1886, d. 07 Sep 1911, w/o Walter B. Brantley

STRICKLAND, Alton, b. 22 Aug 1917, d. 12 Oct 1947, NC, Cpl., US Army, WW II

STRICKLAND, Bayles, b. 24 Jun 1917, d. 24 Jul 1985

STRICKLAND, Effie L., b. 10 Nov 1910, d. 07 Jul 1913

STRICKLAND, George B., b. 20 Mar 1880, d. 12 Dec 1935

STRICKLAND, Jimmy Lee, b. 22 Oct 1939, d. 31 Dec 1986

STRICKLAND, L. Albert, b. 29 Sep 1931, d. 04 Jan 1985

STRICKLAND, Rudene Murray (no date)

STRICKLAND, Uvon, b. 1929, d. 1960

STRICKLAND, William, b. 22 Jan 1925, d. 09 Nov 1957, Special Training Unit, WW II

TREVATHAN, Elvie B., b. 18 Feb 1900, d. 09 Sep 1988

TREVATHAN, Walter M., b. 25 Mar 1903, d. 29 Dec 1961

WHITLEY, Glenn Wade, b. 21 May 1933, d. 07 Nov 1984

WHITLEY, Infant son of V. A. & Cora Whitley, b. 28 Nov 1903, d. 29 Nov 1903

WHITLEY, J. Avon, b. 10 Nov 1904, d. 12 Feb 1905, s/o V. A. & Cora Whitley

WHITLEY, Lee Onnie, b. 06 Dec 1875, d. 15 Dec 1959

WHITLEY, Leon, b. 28 Aug 1907, d. 06 Sep 1976, US Army, WW II

WHITLEY, Lucher A., b. 18 Aug 1906, d. 10 Nov 1907, d/o V. A. & Cora Whitley

WHITLEY, Lucy D., b. 31 Aug 1874, d. 12 Mar 1875, d/o Sallie R. Whitley

WHITLEY, Mamie Bunn, b. 14 Jul 1890, d. 10 Mar 1964

WHITLEY, Matthew Hubert, b. 15 Sep 1922, d. 27 May 1978, Pfc, US Army, WW II

WHITLEY, Russell Hardy, b. 11 Oct 1920, d. 22 Oct 1984, Pfc, US Army, WW II

WHITLEY, Sallie, b. 06 Feb 1842, d. 17 May 1914, w/o Wiley Whitley

WHITLEY, Senda O., b. 09 Sep 1916, d. 06 Oct 1917, d/o L. O. & Mamie Whitley

WHITLEY, ____, b. 05 Oct 1913, d. 19 Aug 1915, s/o W. O. & Hestella Whitley

WHITLEY, Wiley H., (no dates) Co. H, 14th NC Inf., CSA

WHITLEY, Willard A., b. 02 May 1910, d. 25 Sep 1981

WHITLEY, William A., b. 08 Sep 1914, d. 31 May 1916, s/o V. A. & Cora Whitley

WRENN, Charles F., b. 1919, d. 1993

WRENN, M. Luther, b. 1931, d. 1958

YATES, Michelle Rose, b. 20 May 1964, d. 20 Jan 1987

Multiple Name Markers:

BATCHELOR, Mac T., b. 24 Oct 1890, d. 10 Oct 1952

BATCHELOR, Dollie A., b. 08 Oct 1891, d. 27 Oct 1984

BRANTLEY, W. Barley, b. 1889, d. 09 Mar 1951

BRANTLEY, Julia C. b. 19 May 1889, d. 15 Feb 1973

BRANTLEY, Edward L., b. 12 Jul 1927, d. 01 Dec 1979

BRANTLEY, Ethelene H., b. 07 Sep 1927, d. 03 Aug 1990

BRANTLEY, Joseph H., b. 05 Apr 1894, d. 16 Apr 1964

BRANTLEY, Luie Jane, b. 10 Aug 1897, d. 23 Sep 1986

BRANTLEY, Joseph Loyed, b. 1904, d. 1983

BRANTLEY, Florence A., b. 1909, d. 1986

BRANTLEY, Stafford F., b. 25 Feb 1919, d. 20 Dec 1966

BRANTLEY, Myrtie B., b. 09 Jun 1930, d. 30 Dec 1966

BRANTLEY, Thurman J., b. 08 Mar 1916, d. 30 Mar 1982

BRANTLEY, Curlee D., b. 03 Sep 1919

CARTER, George M., b. 23 Aug 1886, d. 24 Dec 1938

CARTER, Delta J., b. 19 May 1889, d. 15 Sep 1972

CARTER, Ralph W. b. 28 Dec 1919, d. 04 May 1975

CARTER, Inez M. b. 27 Oct 1922

CATES, Benjamin G. Jr., b. 05 Dec 1913, d. 18 Nov 1987

CATES, Erdeane M., b. 03 Mar 1917

CONE, Short C., b. 1879, d. 1949

CONE, Martha B., b. 1879, d. 1948, his wife

HINNANT, Junior Lee, b. 28 Jan 1920, d. 09 Feb 1997

HINNANT, Earline B., b. 08 Apr 1925

MURRAY, Calvin J., b. 1852, d 1935

MURRAY, Mary Jane, b. 1863, d. 1900

MURRAY, E. Erby, b. 02 Feb 1927, d. 11 Jan 1965

MURRAY, Rachel W. b. 15 Apr 1930

MURRAY, Hines Berray, b. 20 Nov 1849, d. 11 Nov 1935

MURRAY, Elmina b. 1845 d. 28 Feb 1937

MURRAY, Sonnie E. b. 1885, d. 1966

MURRAY, Nellie A. b. 1889, d. 1972

STRICKLAND, Lonnie, b. 1903, d. 1961

STRICKLAND, Vellar B., b. 1910, d. 1989

STRICKLAND, Roy Lee, b. 10 Nov 1911, d. 06 Sep 1990

STRICKLAND, Geraldine T., b. 28 Feb 1919

TREVATHAN, Walter H., b. 23 Apr 1931, d. 12 Sep 1997

TREVATHAN, Shirley J., b. 13 Sep 1945, d. 14 May 1995

WHITLEY, Van A., b. 1876, d. 1936

WHITLEY, Cora Ann, b. 1884, d. 1946

WHITLEY, William Durbert, b. 13 Aug 1909, d. 12 Oct 1981

WHITLEY, Annie Cone, b. 12 Oct 1914

WHITLEY, William H., b. 27 Feb 1919, d. 14 Aug 1992

WHITLEY, Dollie L., b. 06 Aug 1923

WRENN, Jim E., b. 01 Oct 1929

WRENN, Betty Rachel P., b. 13 Oct 1930, d. 07 Oct 1986

WRENN, Fletcher C. b. 1872, d. 1949

WRENN, Pearl M. b. 1895, d. 1970

H. J. MURRAY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, January , 2001

Location: On NC 1137, 0.3 miles south of junction with Hwy. 97

1. BRANTLEY, Wilbur 5 May 1914 27 Jun 1968 Pvt WWII

2. MURRAY, Lucy M. 30 Jun 1873 17 Feb 1960

3. BRANTLEY, Julius H. 14 Jul 1878 19 Mar 1953

4. BRANTLEY, Eura M. 17 Oct 1880 25 May 1958

5. MURRAY, H.J. 1851-1917

6. MURRAY, Mary 30 Sep 1840 31 May 1924

7. FLOYD, Nancy 3 Jan 1818 30 Aug 1882

PRESLEY P. PACE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 5, 1998

Located down Green-Pace Road off of Hwy 96 in Wakefield section of Zebulon, NC. In Wake County near the Nash County border.

1. PACE, Lola V. Nov 14 1859 July 1 1918

2. PACE, Berline L. June 22 1832 Aug 4 1909

3. PACE, Emma C. Oct 21 1867 Mar 4 1913

4. PACE, C.D. Feb 23 1865 May 30 1954

5. PACE, Annie Guess Oct 31 1886 June 18 1962

6. PACE, Percy Page Jan 1 1892 May 4 1967 mar Lucille

7. PACE, Lucille Green June 21 1896 Apr 18 1988

8. PACE, Charlie B. Nov 17 1901 Nov 24 1980 (Charlie Boy) mar Annie

9. PACE, Annie M. June 25 1908-Jan 1, 1994 (Annie Ruth)

10. Motoka(?) May 4 1890 Nov 15 1952

11. JONES, Andrew M. Sep 22 1873 Jun 21 1939

12. JONES, Annie Pace Jun 6 1899 Feb 20 1991

13. PACE, Johnny D. Oct 13 1893 Oct 2 1923

14. PACE, Warren G. SSgt Jul 1 1921 Nov 26 1943 In memory of... son of C. D. and Annie Pace - Shot down over Germany buried in US Cemetery Neuville-en-Conbroz, Belgium pic on stone

15. PACE, Robert Lee Nov 7 1897 Jun 27 1898

16. PACE, Ora C. Mar 16 1889 May 12 1890

17. PACE, Presley P. Jan 4 1830 Jul 24 1893

18. PACE, Debbie A. Sep 23 1866 Jul 1 1883

19. PACE, Rebecca A. May 28 1830 Jul 9 1901

20. HORTON, Essie Dayne dau of S. V. and Mary Pace Horton Dec 12 1895 age 12

21. HORTON, Halbert died May 6 1890 age 19 months son of S. V. and Mary Horton

22. HORTON, Sylvester V Oct 3 1856 Jul 31 1918 mar Mary

23. HORTON, Mary Pace Aug 24 1861 Nov 25 1920

24. PACE, Fred D. Feb 10 1896 Sep 1 1951

25. PACE, Charles W. Jul 15 1918 Nov 2 1933

26. PACE, Iola Tippett Oct 15 1893 Mar 3 1947

27. PACE, Charles Wayne Apr 11 1929 Mar 21 1972 US Air Force SSgt Korea

28. DUKE, Louise Pace Nov 13 1916 Oct 7 1973

JOHN W. PEELE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, November, 1997

Location: In Wilson County, 25 yards down NC 1137 from junction with NC 1131

1. WILLIAMS, Maggie P. 1906-1936 wife of Ernest

2. BOYKIN, Councel B. 1860-1944

3. BOYKIN, Missouria P.1865-1936

4. BOYKIN, Shelby B1907-1952

5. NARRON, Eleazar 1861-1920 wife J. R. Narron

6. PEELE, John W 1838-1913

7. PEELE, J.F. 1870-1925

PITTMAN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Kent Pittman

Location: Langley's Crossroads, West Mount Drive, Rocky Mount, NC

Ardesa Pittman October 7, 1918 - October 7, 1918

Atsia Pittman September 11, 1857 - September 15, 1926

Estell Pittman June 16, 1910 - February 2, 1988

Henry John Eason August 19, 1912 - October 9, 1991

Jesse R. Pittman June 11, 1887 - September 19, 1964

Jesse R. E. Pittman Died May 24, 1891 Age 55 Years (born 1836)

Josephine L. Pittman July 21, 1892 - May 29, 1955

Odesa Pittman October 7, 1918 - October 7, 1918

Pearl Pittman September 17, 1914 - September 15, 1918, daughter of W. A. &

Josephine Pittman

William A. Pittman January 28, 1867 - April 24, 1933

William A. Pittman, Jr. December 22, 1919 - November 4, 1991

ATSIE & JESSE R.. E. PITTMAN CEMETERY

 

Location:  SR 1717 and SR 1603, south west corner Langley Cross Road

SURNAMES: EASON; PITTMAN

 

Surveyed by: Helen Sharpe  March 30, 1010

Posted:  1 April 2010

Copyright:  Helen Sharpe

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Eason, Estelle Pittman

b. Jun. 16, 1910 d. Feb. 2, 1988

Eason, John Henry

b. Aug. 19, 1912 d. Oct. 9, 1991

Pittman, Ardessa

b. Oct. 17, 1918 d. Oct. 17, 1918

Pittman, Atsey A. Joyner

b. Sep. 11, 1857 d. Sep. 15, 1926

Pittman, Jesse Reuben Ellis

b. 1836 d. May 24, 1891

Pittman, Jesse Reuben Ellis, Jr

b. Jan. 11, 1887 d. Sep. 19, 1964

Pittman, Josephine S. Lancaster

b. Jul. 21, 1892 d. May 29, 1955

Pittman, Odessa

b. Oct. 17, 1918 d. Oct. 17, 1918

Pittman, Pearl

b. Sep. 7, 1914 d. Sep. 15, 1916

Pittman, William A.

b. Dec. 22, 1919 d. Nov. 4, 1979

Pittman, William Ashbury

b. Jan. 28, 1867 d. Apr. 24, 1933

PRIDGEN CEMETERY

Surveyed by Tim Pridgen, September 7, 1998

Location: Off Bend of the River Road, about six miles outside of Rocky Mount . Go NC Hwy. 97 west to Bend of the River Road, take that road and go about one mile. The cemetery is on the road that takes you to the Tar River Reservoir Dam. The road is well marked. It can now be seen from the reservoir road or from Bend of the river road. There is an old country store on that corner.

William David Pridgen B. Aug. 7, 1853 D. July 8, 1951

Child- Robert Howell Pridgen B. Jan. 12, 1937 D. May 5, 19381

Child- Jessie Pridgen B.aug. 1,1934 D. Sept. 9, 19341

W. H. Pridgen B. Sept.8, 1851 D. July 3, 19351

Wife- Katie Pridgen B. Dec.23, 1853 D. April 7, 19311

Willie P. Pridgen B.oct.4, 1876 D. Feb. 22, 19311

Wife- Mary Ann Pridgen B. Sept.12, 1879 D. June 18, 19601

Child- Jasper Lee Pridgen B. Sept 9, 1910 D. Oct. 8. 19111

Child-Zachariah B. May 18,1915 D. May 31, 19151

Child- Ludia E. Pridgen B. March 10, 1912 D. March 29, 19181

Arad F. Pridgen B. May 28, 1852 D. Oct. 8, 19281

Tempy Pridgen B. Oct. 9, 1843 D. Jan. 28, 19281

W. D. Pridgeon B. Aug. 4 1898 D. April 2, 19221

Lum Pridgen B. Dec. 30, 1903 D. May 17, 1923, Son of Jordan H. and Dillie Pridgen1

Neiter Pridgen B. 1893 D. 1917, Wife of Jordan H. Pridgen

About 5-6 Graves Marked with Stones at the head

PROCTOR CEMETERY

Surveyed by Earl P. Bell

Location: Between Sandy Cross and Langley Store east of Sappony Creek, latitude 35 degrees, 54' 18.0" and longitude 77 degrees 55' 27.7". It is just off of N.C. State Road 1717. The closest family dwelling to the graveyard is Box 313, Route 3, Nashville, NC.

Hansel Harrison Proctor, Jr.

Sarah Vaughn Proctor

Isaac Hansel Proctor

Lou Bottoms Proctor

William D. Proctor

Munroe Proctor

Eula Jane Proctor

Additional family information provided by Earl Bell:

PROCTOR, JR. Hansel Harrison  [b. 1834. m. 2 Sept. 1862. d. 1889.], Great Grandfather of: Earl P. Bell, Jr.; Mary Alice Bell, Bragg; William Hansel Bell [1942 - 2009] of Benica, CA; Mary Elizabeth “Beth” Jenkins Stillwell of Yorktown, VA; Barrett Proctor McCantless [deceased, lived in Hawaii] and Saunders Proctor Black of Stanley. NC]

PROCTOR, Sarah Jane Vaughn  [b. Aug. 1835. d. 1907]

PROCTOR, Isaac Hansel [b. 11 Oct. 1865. d. 11 Feb. 1937]

PROCTOR, Lou Bottoms [b. 1861 d. bet. 1911 & 1914], wife of Isaac Proctor

PROCTOR, William D.  [b. 26 Nov. 1887. d. 5 Feb. 1925]

PROCTOR, Munroe [b. 28 Aug. 1919 d. 15 Oct. 1925]

PROCTOR, Eula Jane  [b. after 1926. d. bef. 1931]

William D. Proctor was the oldest son of Isaac and Lou Bottoms Proctor.

Munroe Proctor was third son of Isaac Proctor and his second wife Milbrey Langley.

Eula Jane Proctor died in the first five years of her life.

Hansel Proctor was in the 2nd North Carolina Calvary during the Civil War. He bought and sold horses for the Confederate Calvary throughout the war.

Harrison Hansel Proctor, Jr. had three additional sons:

William Henry Proctor, buried in Forest Hill Cemetery in Nashville, Nash County, NC

John Sidney Proctor [1873 - 1934], buried in Pineview Cemetery, Rocky Mount, Nash County, NC.; wife:  Mary Elizabeth Jones [1882 - 1957], also, buried in Pineview; children of John Sidney “Sid” Proctor  and Mary Elizabeth Jones were daughters, all bearing the middle name of “Lee”, Maddie, Eula (died about age 12, place of burial unknown, Alice, Etta and Annabelle and sons: William Hansel, Sidney Daniel (name for his mother’s father Jack Daniel Jones) also, Sidney has a twin brother who died in child birth; John Sidney Proctor was the  grandfather of: Earl P. Bell, Jr.; Mary Alice Bell, Bragg; William Hansel Bell [1942 - 2009] of Benica, CA; Mary Elizabeth “Beth” Jenkins Stillwell of Yorktown, VA; Barrett Proctor McCantless [deceased, lived in Hawaii] and Saunders Proctor Black of Stanley. NC]; in 1930, Sid and Mary Jones Proctor moved their family from the crossroads at old Highway 64 and Old Carriage Road to 412 Thomas Street in Rocky Mount, NC, where he died in 1934.

Robert Proctor [1912 - 1912] places of burial unknown.

MARMADUKE RICKS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Chris Rhodes, 2003

Location: In a field about 400 yards north of NC 97 near the intersection of 97 and Liles Road.

Marmaduk Ricks; born 1800, died Nov. 13, 1890, “Although he sleeps his memory doth

live on”

Henry H. Ricks; born Dec 1839, died May 16, 1861, “May he find joy in the life

everlasting”

Nancy Ricks: born Nov 25, 1805, died July 29, 1857, “Although she sleeps her memory

doth live on”

Lahara Ricks; born ? 1830, died April 15, 1920, “At Rest”

Marcella Ricks: born June 13, 1833, died Nov 5, 1911, “Faithful to her trust even to

her death”

Larges Ricks; born Oct 27, 1838, died Nov. 10, 1901, “Faithful to her trust even to her death” Another cemetery about 100 yards away, maybe African American:

Lela; wife of Irvin Lucas, born Sept 10, 1889, died Feb 22, 1916, “Earth has no sorrow what heaven cannot heal”

Minnie B.; daughter of A. T. & Elivia Ricks, born Jan 24, 1896, died Jan 14, 1917,

“At Rest”

Infant Son of Sidney & Sallie Stokes; born Jan 21, 1817 or 1917 (could not tell)

Violet Ricks; born 1838, died Sept 29, 1911, “Gone but not forgotten”

L. R. (footstone)

Amanda; daughger of A. T. & E. L. Ricks, born April 21, 1903, died June 18, 1905

W. R. V. (footstone); died July

Waylon A.; son of Thomas A. & Elivia Ricks, born Feb 21, 1898, died June 12, 1915

AMOS RICKS CEMETERY [BELL, CULPEPPER, RICKS, WHITLEY]

Surveyed by Pat Nelson, Earl P. Bell, Jr. Raymond Bell [the person currently taking  care of this cemetery is Raymond Bell]

Location: On the south side of Oak Level Road, 0.4 mile east of the intersection of Oak Level Road and Old Carriage Road.  The cemetery is maintained by Raymond Bell who lives next to it (2003).

HINES, Rebecca  [2-13-1913 to 3-4-1913], dau. of L. T & Rebecca Ricks

DEAN, Rebecca Hines  [5-30-1897 to 2-13-1913], wife of L. T. Ricks

RICKS, L. T. [6-22-1856 to 2-21-1918]

WHITLEY, Henry A. [5-30-1897 to 6-13-1913], son of C. H. & Mary A. Whitley

WHITLEY, Mary A., 5-10-1867 to 2-6-1932, wife of C. H. Whitley

WHITLEY, Charlie H. [9-20-1869 to 3-12-1937]

BELL, Paul Vernon [9-10-1893 to 1-30-1965], husband of Rosa Whitley

BELL, Rosa Whitley] [9-2-1895 to 7-8-1974], wife of Paul V. Bell, sister of Eula Whitley Culpepper Bell

BELL, Eula Whitley Culpepper

BELL, Rachel

BELL, Rebecca

COLLINS, Rebecca Bell, [11-20-1921 to 11-28-1949], wife of Thomas E. Collins

RICKS, Nannie C. Ricks, [9-5-1863 to 12-7-1936]

RICKS, Columbus C.  [9-16-1846 to 3-22-1902]

RICKS, Martha [9-2-1825 to 7-21-1891]

RICKS, Joseph, [11-21-1853 to 6-15-1910], son of Amos & Martha Ricks

RICKS, Amos  [4-15-1815 to 3-13-1890]

RICKS, William D.   [1848 to 7-5-1905], son of Amos & Martha Ricks

Additional grave information provided by Raymond Bell and Earl Bell:

BELL, Karen Lynn  [7-27-1963 to 11-16-2004], daughter of Earl and Donna Bell; born at Richmond, VA, died at Madison, WI

BELL, Donna Jean Campbell [7-16-1938 to 21 March 2012], wife of Earl P. Bell, Jr., mother of Tim Bell and Karen Bell; Donna was born at Charlotte, NC, died at Chicago, IL; a graveside service was held for her preached by Rev. Jack Chalmers of Atlanta, GA, husband of Nancy Chalmers, Donna’s roommate at Mars Hill College [1956 - 1958] and Helen Daniel sang “In the Sweet Bye & Bye.”

BELL, Rosa W. [9-2-1895 to 7-8-1974], wife of Paul V. Bell

The following three graves were moved from the John Lindsey BELL farm:

BELL, (Sr.), John L. [5-20-1955 to 6-10-1915]

BELL, Lula Rose Bell [2-2-1874 to 2-8-1955], second wife of John L. Bell

BELL, James T. Bell, 7-4-1899 to 3-16-1935, son of John L. and Lula Rose Bell, no headstone

Additional family information provided by Raymond Bell and Earl Bell:

John Lindsey Bell was the oldest son of James Henry Bell and Lucinda Evans Bell from Black Creek Township, Wilson County, North Carolina.  James Henry Bell was in Company A, 55th North Carolina Infantry, during the Civil War. He was wounded in the right arm at The Battle of Wilderness, May 4, 1864, moved to the Confederate Hospital in Lynchburg, Virginia, died there on the May 24, 1864, and is buried there in a mass grave, a common practice at the hospital in the final years of the war.

John Lindsey Bell’s mother Lucinda Evans Bell received a Widow’s Pension from the State of North Carolina in 1902, died in 1906, and is buried in the Black Creek Cemetery, Black Creek, North Carolina. John Lindsey Bell’s first wife was Della Josephine Aycock of Wilson County, NC. They were married January 27, 1881, in Wilson County, NC, and she died in 1887 in Wilson County. They had two surviving children, Albert Turner Bell and Joseph Adrian Bell of Wilson and Nash Counties, NC.

John Lindsey Bell’s second wife was Lula Rose Bell. They were married in Wilson County, NC, in 1889, and moved to Nash County in the mid 1890s where they lived for the remainder of their lives.

James Thomas Bell, the fifth son of John Lindsey (Sr.) and Lula Rose Bell, was born July 4, 1899, and died March 16, 1935.

Paul Vernon Bell was the second son of John Lindsey Bell and Lula Rose Bell. He was born September 10, 1893, in Wilson County, NC, married Rosa Perry Whitley, September 14, 1919, and died January 30, 1965 in Oak Level Township, Nash County, NC. His wife Rosa Perry Whitley Bell was born September 2, 1895, and died July 8, 1974, in Nash County, NC.

CHARLES M. RITTENBURY CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, June 10, 1998

Location: 1.1 miles north of junction of NC 1124 Driver Road and NC 1120 Taylor’s Mill Road on the left in a yard about 1 mile from Lee’s Chapel Church

1. RITTENBURY, Charles M. Oct 17 1855 d Dec 8 1924

2. RITTENBURY, Junnia Etta wife of C. M. Rittenbury no dates

3. DUDLEY, Annie Mae Sep 1913 d Jan 1915 dau of Jodie and Goldie

4. MEACOMBS, Freeman E. May 16 1857 d Aug 8 1917

STOKES CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, 11-06-1997

Location: Go 0.2 miles down Stokes Road off NC 264A and 0.2 miles down Lodge Road. Cemetery is on the right.

1. PERRY, Sylvia Jean b 03-29-1963 d 08-11-1995

2. PERRY, Beneisha Shanquille b 03-23-1992 d 08-11-1992

3. STOKES Sr, George S. b 10-31-1899 d 11-14-1973

4. STOKES, Arniddie W. Nov 11-1905 d 05-24-1976

5. PERRY, Sylvester 05-25-1925 d 11-21-1988 m Daisy B 12-14-1929

6. STOKES, James C. 8-14-44 d 3-3-1990 US Army Vietnam

7. STOKES, Victor T. 02-05-1907 d 06-22-1994 m Esber

8. STOKES, Esber 05-27-1908 d 08-19-1987

9. STOKES, William A. 10-25-1932 d 11-14-1964

10. STOKES, Booker Theodore First Sgt US Army WWII 11-27-1918 d 03-15-1987

11. STOKES, Albert S son of T. S. & M. Stokes 4-2-1881 d 09-26-1909

12. STOKES, T. 02-05-07 06-22-1994

STONE HERITAGE CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 8, 1998

Location: Junction Alt 264 and SR 1108, Stone Heritage Road, near Bailey, proceed 0.7 mi down 1108 on the right up a path.

1. STONE, Dwight W. Dec 29 1909 Mar 23 1949 m Dottie

2. STONE, Dottie Lee June 12 1910 June 20 1974

3. STONE, Raymond G. 1936-1996

4. STONE, David Billy b&7d Aug 6 1970 son of Billy W and Nancy M.

5. STONE, Jesse J. Apr 17 1919 Jul 20 1996 PFC WWII

6. STONE, Ruby F. Jul 17 1902 Oct 24 1922 pic on grave

7. STONE, Fed Jun 10 1877 Nov 24 1972 pic on grave

8. STONE, Flaria Mae Feb 17 1871 Apr 9 1937

9. BRAY, D. Tal Aug 20 1890 Mar 14 1946 mar Metta

10. BRAY, Metta Stone Jul 13 1899 Dec 17 1973

11. BARNES, George H. Mar 6 1922 Oct 22 1990 SFC US Army Korea Vietnam

12. STONE, Cuber C Jan 10 1897 Mar 9 1964 m Mary

13. STONE, Mary B. Jun 29 1895 May 11 1974

14. STONE, Jack Dempsey Mar 19 1920 Dec 11 1942

15. STONE, Thomas G May 13 1921 Jun 28 1922 son of C.C. and Mary

16. BOHANNON, Manda J. wife of Rufus Dec 25 1850 Mar 11 1921

17. STONE, Chester Ruffin “Dub” May 12 1914 Dec 2 1991 m Hazel Christine born

Oct 20 1915

B. C. STRICKLAND CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 4, 1997

Location: About 1 mile North on 231 down Stoney Hill Church Rd then left on Baldy Hill Rd thence abt .2 mile and cemetery is up on hill to left in field. Not well tended.

1. FERRELL, Infant b 12-26-1914 d 02-18-1916

2. STRICKLAND, Arkie b 09-03-1881 d 04-23-1907 m (Ola Glover?) stone hard to read

3. STRICKLAND, Arnold Lee b 11-11-1908 d 03-30-1909 son of Mr and Mrs.

B. A. (C?) Strickland

4. STRICKLAND, B. C. b 12-13-1824 d 06-29-1891 m Marcilla

5. STRICKLAND, Marcilla b 1839-1924

EDWARD D. STRICKLAND CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, February 12, 1998

Location: 1.3 miles north of Strickland Crossroads, 2.5 miles from Hwy. 97 west to Strickland Crossroads, under a large Southern Magnolia on a hill in a field.

1. STRICKLAND, Edward D 1st 1780-1859

2. STRICKLAND, Mary E. 1855-1872

3. STRICKLAND, Nancy 1805-1855

4. STRICKLAND, Edward D. 2nd 1838-1905

5. STRICKLAND, Louisana 1842-1906

6. STRICKLAND, Aldert L. 1875-1896

7. STRICKLAND, Wayland D. 1873-1895

8. STRICKLAND, Noah R. 2nd 1871-1874

9. INFANTS

10. STRICKLAND, Nannie M. 2nd 1888-1889

11. STRICKLAND, Frank E 1889-1890

12. STRICKLAND, Laura A 1866-1898

13. STRICKLAND, Noah R. 3rd 1886-1904

14. STRICKLAND, Wylie F. 1888-1908

15. STRICKLAND, Margaret D 1867-1922

16. STRICKLAND, Edward Day 12-1861 d 4-1931

17. STRICKLAND, George E. Oct1930 Mar 1978

18. STRICKLAND, Edward Dwight NC Seaman 2nd Class USNRF Mar 1938

19. STRICKLAND, Nannie M. 1st 1841-1923

20. STRICKLAND, Noah R. 1st 1835-1920

21. STRICKLAND, Margaret S. B. 1842-1885

22. STRICKLAND, Worth B. 1903-1981 US Army

23. STRICKLAND, James 1938-1995

24. 2 unknown graves

HENRY W. STRICKLAND CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 8, 1997

Location: By the Allen Strickland homeplace, about 4 miles north of Middlesex. Well cared for.

1. STRICKLAND, Henry W. b 10-24-1870 d 01-27-1957 m Ella

2. STRICKLAND, Ella G. b 09-17-1875 d 03-23-1951

3. STRICKLAND, Ola b 06-19-1892 d 08-258-1913

4. STRICKLAND, Lula Cecil B dau of N. E. and Ola d 1916 (very hard to read)

5. STRICKLAND, Robert J b 07-11-1900 d 05-28-1977 m Beatrice

6. STRICKLAND, Beatrice H. b 05-17-1902 d 12-07-1983 married on 11-12-1922

TAYLOR, STRICKLAND CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, July 7, 1998

Location: North 1.9 mi down SR 1150 Rocky Cross Road from junction of NC 97, on left behind tobacco barn.

1. WILLIAMS, J. A. Nov 21 1900 Oct 27 1902

2. STRICKLAND, Inf dau of J. W. and Sudie Mar 12 1912

3. TAYLOR, Sarah wife of A. T. Mar 12 1854 Aug 10 1914

4. STRICKLAND, V. S. b 1925(?) d (?)

5. STRICKLAND, Aleatha Murray Dec 16 1862 Sep 14 1944

6. STRICKLAND, William Bud Dec 25 1885 Dec 1931

7. MURRAY, Edna S. June 26 1892 Jul 6 1974

8. FREEMAN, Leatha Murray May 25 1921 Feb 13 1996

9. GRIFFIN, Benjamin Franklin Feb 22 1894 Oct 25 1981

10. GAY, Melvin 1914-1947 age 33

11. SPEIGHT, Artelias 1904-1983

12. STRICKLAND, Spencer G. Aug 21 1943 SC Pvt 59th Field Arty 20th Div

13. ZIMMERMAN, Joseph E. b & d 1946

14. GAY, James Thomas 1868-1943

15. WOODRUFF, Gincy Nov 8 1840 June 8 1916 wife of William

16. STRICKLAND, Mary J. Taylor May 6 1889 Jan 13 1917 wife of H. G.

17. STRICKLAND, Marvin Oct 11 1910 Nov 2 1914 son of H. G. and Mary

18. TAYLOR, Martha Luna Sep 1896 Oct 26 1912 dau of Joseph and Rena Taylor

19. TAYLOR, Joseph Jan 1 1864 Nov 7 1905

20. TAYLOR, Inf son of L. W. and Minnie Taylor b&d Oct 7 1911

21. STRICKLAND, Inf son of L. W. and Sudie b & d Aug 28 1914

VICK CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, August 4, 1997

Location: 4 miles from Middlesex on NC 231, about 1.6 miles immediately off Hopkins Road.

1. VICK Jr., William Penn 1925-1925

2. VICK, Cecil Flowers 1928-1928

3. VICK, Julian Ray 1937-1938

4. VICK, Mary Ida 1926-1926

5. VICK, Edna Lee 1922-1925

6. VICK, Minnie L. b 07-12-1903 d 10-09-1988

7. VICK, William P. b 03-05-1902 d 05-17-1947 m Minnie L.

WILLIAMS CEMETERY

Surveyed by Bill Kemp, November, 1997

Location: From 264 Alternate, take NC 1131 west 0.4 miles, on the left in a field.

EATMAN, W. H. Aug 1857 Aug 1927

M. C. E.

M. C. E.

Mrs. J. W. P.

3 BLANK STONES

EmbE initials?

nicNic.E initials?

WILLIAMS, Ella Sep 1881 Apr1961

infants of D. B. and Ella abt 8

W.B.W. 1917

(4 blank graves)

WILLIAMS, Alonzo L. Co. 58th Inf Pvt WWI KIA Aug 1893 Jul 1918

WILLIAMS, Dock Pvt US Army Feb 1890 Feb 1941 Purple Heart Bat D 54th Art

BATCHELOR, Amelia Williams Apr 1923 Jan 1987

WILLIAMS, Josie W. Aug 1888 Aug 1962 mar Flonnie

WILLIAMS, Flonnie Jul 1898 May 1981

(4 more child graves)

WILLIAMS, Joseph Preston

WILLIAMS, Clara Fay 1928-1991

JOYNER, William A “Shorty” Oct 1899 Dec 1970

WILLIAMS CEMETERY

Nashville Graphics

Legal Notices – Sept 13, 1999

Nashville, NC 27856

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DISINTER, REMOVE, AND REINTER GRAVES

Notice is hereby given to the known and unknown relatives of those persons buried in the Williams Family Cemetery; that said cemetery is located in Nash County. Being better described as Williams Family Cemetery located in Rocky Mount Township, Nash County, North Carolina and being particularly described as follows: Being all on Tract III, containing 30.0 acres, as shown on a map entitled “Final Plat of Property of Robin B. Stickney,” dated July 22, 1999, prepared by Joyner-Keeny & Associates, and recorded in Book 27, Page 45 Nash County Registry. (The Williams Family Cemetery is located in Nash County on Hwy. 97 W., North of the Rocky Mount-Wilson Airport). The following named persons are among the named deceased buried in said cemetery.

KNOWNS

Wallace Boss Williams

Emolyn Darsey Williams, September 2, 1879-August 11, 1902

Willie W. Williams, August 28, 1878-January 8,1900

Micajah Thomas Williams, August 22,1843-November 20, 1920

Morning Judson Williams, May 12, 1 836-July 27, 1877

Delphia Ann Williams, September 30, 1855-Feburary 2l, 1910

Wade Hampton Williams, May 4,1872-November 28, 1896

Wallace Walton Williams, August 28, 1878-January 8,1900

Willna WillIams, March 2,1870-November 8, 1885

Wilmoth Eugena Williams, January 28, 1872-March 11, 1883

Elizabeth V. Williams, 1807-1893

Andrew J. Williams, 1813-1893

Mary E. Wells, October 1, 1906-December 29,1906

William H. Matthews, July 4, 1874-Febnary23, 1914

Bluma Congleton, November 2,1 907-July 13,1908

John S. Wells, July 29,1850-January 5,1912

Zidie Marchal Williams, March 1848~22, 1922

Zelmaw Ramsey August 16, 1916

UNKNOWNS

That there are approximately 2 unknown graves located in the cemetery whose names and identities of the Persons buried in these graves are not known; that a complete record of where these known and unknown deceased persons will reinterred will be on file with the Register of Deeds of Nash County, North Carolina. You are further notified that the graves are being moved under the provisions of North Carolina General Statue #65-13, and that the removal will not begin until this notice has been published once a week for four (4) successive weeks in the Nashville Graphic, Nashville, North Carolina, and until approval to do so has been given by the Nash County Board of Commissioners.

This the 13th day of September, 1999.

Dates to Run

By: A. WARD SUTTON

2905 Wellington Drive

RO. Box 8555

Rocky Mount North Carolina 27803

(252)443-3443

Margaret H. Pearce

8156 Haywood Drive

Rocky Mount, North Carolina 27803

(252) 977-1R70

WINBOURNE, HIGH CEMETERY

Surveyed by Pat Nelson

Location: On Hwy. 43 about 1 mile east of Red Oak.

T. W. High 5-11-1856 to 2-12-1915

Battle High 7-8-1883 to 6-13-1936

Joel B. High 10-20-1825 to 7-12-1900

Gatsy W. Winborne 6-23-1828 to 1-23-1886, wife of J. B. High

W. Baker High 3-19-1863 to 1-6-1936

Pattie F. Gay High 2-20-1866 to 1-6-1939

George Battle High 7-1-1901 to 5-5-1903, son of W. B. High

Eugenia Crocker 9-27-1862 2-13-1935 wife of T. W. High

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