McNair Cemetery
Surveyed by Woodford Sherrill and Jack Ingram

From intersection of Richmond County SR1465 & SR1471 (Patterson Road), drive E on SR1471 about .3 mi. (i.e. toward Drowning Creek) to an old logging road on right. This leads 100 yds S through woods to end at McNair Cemetery. Ray Rimmer

Gaddy Lena Florence	2/9/12	1/9/38	w/o R.E. Gaddy
McNair Angus M.	12/27/1880	1/16/1899	 
McNair Colon	1/16/1881	8/26/42	 
McNair Daniel Luther	12/27/1898	8/30/34	 
McNair D. M.	1848	1929	 
McNair Duncan	10/31/1883	6/24/36	 
McNair Ethel Louise	  7/15/17	6/15/18	 
McNair John Archibald	9/8/1837	8/18/13	s/o John & Nancy McAulay McNair
McNair Martha E. Cox	7/29/1842	6/10/23	d/o Clem & Katie Cox w/o William M. McNair
McNair Neill F.	4/11/1878	6/22/27	s/o Wm. M. & Martha E. Cox McNair
McNair Sarah M. Patterson	1858	1936	w/o D. M. McNair
McNair Vada	  3/21/05	12/18/33	did not marry  d/o Neil & Margaret Jones McNair
"Vada and her oldest sister Mary were especially close.  Vada was another right arm for Maggie.  
In the 1922 flu epidemic, 18-year-old Vada came home from her job as a nurse to help Maggie with the 
sick young children.  All the children recovered.  Flu strains then were often deadliest for young 
adults.  Vada became ill and died, of "double pneu-monie" it was said.  Maggie kept Vada's photo on 
her wall until her 1967 death."  --Thelma M. Rimmer
McNair William M.	2/16/1833	3/25/13	 
Patterson Isabell	5/27/1883	7/18/01	 
McNair Isabel	1814	7/26/56	d/o John & Nancy McF. McNair
McNair John	1770	4/1841	s/o Edward & Mary McNair Wife: Nancy McFarland
McNair Mary	  No Date	No Date	d/o John & Nancy McF. McNair
McNair Nancy McFarland	1770s	1830s	d/o John & Sarah McFarland w/o John McNair

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