DAVID STANBACK CEMETERY - Near Steele Bridge Surveyed February 2001 by Lydia Y. Sides January 8, 2002 This cemetery is located along the Grassy Island Road between Sides Road and Snow Hill Church Road. Four grave markers are worn with no writing visible. There is another Stanback Cemetery within a mile and half of this one on same stretch of road. The additional listings and remarks shown in RED are from the Historical Records Survey of North Carolina, 1937-1938 by Mrs. Myrtle Porter Hamer. Contact: Myrtle Bridges November 30, 2014
Cora May Stanback Born January 3, 1864, Died October 28, 1867, Aged 3 years 9 mos. & 28 days. Sacred to the memory of David Stanback, Esq. Born 1781; Died August 20th 1833 See his Estate Record In memory of Eleanor F. Stanback Born April 16th 1821; & Departed this life May 14th 1837 May 24 1837 Issue Fayetteville Observer: Died in Richmond Co. on the 14th Miss Elenore F. Standback, aged 17, daughter of David Standback, deceased. In memory of Eliza Stanback Born Jan. 29th 1828 & Departed this life March 12th 1832 George Stanback 12-3-1770 12-12-1818 In memory of Mary J. Stanback Born May 6th 1810; & Departed this life July 21st 1833 August 13th 1833 Issue Fayetteville Observer: Died. Miss Mary J. Stanback on the 21st in her 23rd year, eldest daughter of David Stanback of Richmond County To the memory of Phebe D. Stanback Born March 17th, 1800; Died Oct. 14th 1834 October 28th 1834 Issue Fayetteville Observer: Died at her residence in Richmond County on the 14th Mrs. Phebe D. Stanback, widow of David Stanback, aged 34 yrs., 7 mos. Sacred to the memory of Winnifred Stanback who was born 2nd October 1814 and died 3rd July 1820 Aged 5 years 9 months and 1 day. (Winny/Wincy) was the daughter of George & Elizabeth Stanback. From Earth she flew to meet that blissful home, Where purest spirits in soft union roam; This thought the wounded heart of friendship hills, And at the loss due resignation feels. Dear Parents grieve no more for me for it was God, who called me hence, That I might strike my Infant Harp in chords of innocence above.
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