Surveyed by Woodford Sherrill and Jack Ingram
If approaching the stop light in Ellerbe from the south on #220, that you should make a left turn 
at the stop light. (If coming from north, make right turn) Follow the road, without making turns,  
all the way to #109 at Mangum. Turn left on #109, and go about one mile. Look on left and will see 
chicken houses on hillside. A little distance further on beyond the chicken houses, there will be 
an open field on the right. In that field will be a growth of bushes, vines, and trees that marks 
the location of the cemetery.

Contact: Myrtle Bridges

Austin Clara Cornelia  5-16-1858  9-28-1858  d/o M.S.& M.E. Austin 
Dumas Burrell Lucy  6-8-1809  2-8-1851	 
Lisk Nelson  ----  2-4-1848	 Stone erected by Lauder 
Dumas Emeline Robinson 	9-15-1810  8-16-1854	w/o Isham A. Dumas d/o T.Robinson

Carolina Observer (Fayetteville, North Carolina), Thursday, March 20, 1828
Married in Montgomery, at the residence of Micajah Gainey, Esq. on the 5th inst. by 
the Rev. James Clarke, Mr. Isham A. Dumas, Merchant of Richmond county, to Miss 
Emaline Robinson.    (Bridges-April 13, 2016)

Dumas Henry Clay  ----  8-17-1837  s/o Isham A. & Emeline Dumas 
Dumas Isham  10-14-1837  10-14-1837  s/o William & Anne Ellen Dumas  
Dumas Isham A.  1-17-1804  3-24-1875	 
Dumas Obediah  11-13-1801  4-1830	 
*Dumas Zack  4-4-1776  10-17-1846	
Dumas Elizabeth  1774  6-28-1861  w/o Zack Dumas
*Died in Richmond County, N.C., on Saturday the 17th inst., Mr. Zachariah Dumas, in his 70th year.-Death upon this occasion has 
done his work upon hoary age, and the deceased, after emphatically serving his age and generation, is "gathered to his fahters."  
We are not again to look upon the like of Mr. Zachariah Dumas. He was the last of those time-honored and early settlers of this 
part of the Pee Dee country. He was a man of sterling integrity and worth, combining firmness of character with great kindness of 
heart; distinguished for his liberality, sociability, and hospitality. Few men have lived and died in this community more universally 
and deservedly respected. In boyhood and youth and manhood, living and dying, he has enjoyed the confidence and affectionate regard of 
all who have ever become acquainted with him. Could cympathy and tears and prayers have kept him in our midst, he had not fallen. 
We desire to bow submissivly to the blow which crushes and overshwlms our spirits. God's will be done. 
The Weekly Raleigh Register, and North Carolina Gazette (Raleigh, North Carolina), Friday, October 30, 1846

State of North Carolina, Richmond County. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, October Term 1853.

William Allen and wife Ann and others, vs. Isham A. Dumas, Administrator of Zachariah Dumas, dec'd, and others.
          Petition for Account and Settlement.
In this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the Defendants, Joseph Dumas, Zachariah Dumas, and Henry Dumas, (heirs 
and distributees of B.L. Dumas deceased, who was a son of the aforesaid Zachariah Dumas, dec'd,) William Dumas, Isham Dumas, Francis Anderson, 
and Benjamin Dumas, (heirs and distributees of Obadiah Dumas, dec'd, son of said Zachariah Dumas, dec'd,) Isaham A. Agee, Zachariah Agee, and 
Elizabeth Lucy, (heirs and distributees of Sarah Agee, dec'd, who was a daughter of the said Zachariah Dumas, dec'd,) reside beyond the limits 
of this State: it is therefore ordered, that publication be made in the Fayetteville Observer for six consecutive weeks, notifying the said 
non-resident Defendants to be and appear at the next Term of this Worshipful Court, to be held for the County of Richmond in the State of 
North Carolina, at the Court-House in Rockingham on the third Monday of January next, than and there to plead, answer or demur to the Petition 
in this case filed, otherwise the same will be taken pro confesso, and heard ex parte as to them.
            Witness, Charles C. Terry, Clerk of our said Court, at Office, the third Monday of October, A.D. 1853, and in the 78th year of 
American Independence. C.C. Terry, CCC

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