Unfortunately there are no records. In fact the city does not know who owns the cemetery. They found that fact out several years ago when there was some road improvement and wanted to send the bill to the owner. That is when the city found out no owner listed.
Some family members mow and keep it picked up. Every time I have been out there , the cemetery is mowed. Although it does need other maintance - like sunken graves filled in.
There are many graves that are unmarked and several funeral home markers that are illegible. My suggestion would be to contact Hargett Funeral home and see if they have any records. They are a African American funeral home and Hannah's Chapel is generally an AA cemetery.
Sorry I can't be of any more help. I am planning to go out again and see if I can read a couple of stones with foil. The stones are almost impossible to read.
Added by ncsearch on Sep 04, 2013 6:09 PM
I have taken photos of all the readable stones at Hannah's Chapel. There are many unmarked graves or the funeral home marker are unreadable. There are a couple of stones that I can't quite make out the words. I may have to use foil.
This cemetery is not owned by anyone. There was a church may years ago- I believe it was torn down in the late 60's at least that is what another Find A Grave member remembers.
Family members do mow and trim, but otherwise it is not maintained.
Sorry I can be of more help.
Added by ncsearch on Jul 15, 2013 6:56 PM
|Cathy Vallevieni||RE: Waugh's|
I have been slammed with moving, babysitting, working, etc. and haven't done anything with genealogy. I hope to get back to it in the next few months. Anything new on your end?
Added by Cathy Vallevieni on May 09, 2013 2:04 PM
|Gail Reeve Lamaster||RE: Harmony|
Apparently the original cemetery wasn't kept up so I think it was the government, I'm not sure, that arranged for some 37,000 remains to be moved. The National Harmony Cemetery has her listed in their record. I just called and confirmed, the Arthur Pannell was buried in 1974 but that's all they have and that he was in a wooden box(?)and he was 62.
Added by Gail Reeve Lamaster on May 08, 2013 12:13 PM
|Gail Reeve Lamaster||Francis and Arthur Pannell|
I'm sorry the spacing got messed up.
Added by Gail Reeve Lamaster on May 08, 2013 10:43 AM
|Gail Reeve Lamaster||RE: Francis and Arthur Pannell|
The Tilghman bench marker reads:
Nathan L Sr. Ruth E.
May 31, 1913 Nov 28, 1919
Dec 28, 1974 Sep 19, 1996
Nathan L. Jr.
May 26, 1937
Apr 3, 1993
Jean E. Jeanette A.
Feb 12, 1940 Jan 7, 1954
May 31, 2012 Jul 24, 1998
This is the way they appeared on the marker. If you want to add them to the cemetery I'll add the picture. Are you aware that this cemetery has only existed since 1957, but 37,000 remains were moved from an old Harmony cemetery to this cemetery in 1959.
Added by Gail Reeve Lamaster on May 08, 2013 10:30 AM
|Gail Reeve Lamaster||Francis and Arthur Pannell|
I went to National Harmony Cemetery and I found where Francis was suppose to be buried but the marker was not there, I had one of the councilors come out and verify the location. No explanation. Actually, the only marker in the area was a lot marker for 'Coleman and Liverpool'
There is a bench in the section across from the Garden of Tranquility, where William is buried, for the Tilghman family. That marker list Nathan Sr and Jr, Ruth, Jean and Jeanette, I have a picture and the dates on the marker if you are interested. I wasn't sure.
Added by Gail Reeve Lamaster on May 08, 2013 9:38 AM
|Barb Cribbs||Hans Jacob Keller|
Yes, I'd be glad to share what I have about our common grandpa. I do have quite a bit. Please e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can continue our conversation
Added by Barb Cribbs on May 01, 2013 1:37 PM
|Robin Bradford||RE: Celie Gore|
Thanks for the reply. Celie or Celia Gore that is my descendant married Jacob W Pettry. They had a daughter named "Mattie" Araminta Pettry. She married a James Anderson Jarrell Sr. They had a son James Anderson Jarrell Jr. I wont go into any more detail, but check out the Jarrell's that I have entered and see if any of those are your kin. I do my research in the Dry Creek, Horse Creek, Rock Creek, Naoma, Saxon, and Peach Tree areas. If you find any and need links I will do so, or I will turn over to you any that are your kin.
Added by Robin Bradford on Apr 26, 2013 7:30 PM
|Franklin L Wills||RE: Gore|
They have to be different people. My Grandmother Dora Gore died in 1939. I have visited her grave many times at Haddleton.
Added by Franklin L Wills on Apr 26, 2013 8:58 AM
|Franklin L Wills||Gore|
According to my info, John McHenry Gore was the father of my grandmother Dora Gore.
I am not sure how accurate my information is,so I just deleted it.
Added by Franklin L Wills on Apr 26, 2013 8:38 AM
|Franklin L Wills||RE: John Henry Gore|
I will just delete my entry. All my info came from an uncle that did a lot of research in the early 80s & talked to people at that time had some connection to the ones he was researching.
Added by Franklin L Wills on Apr 26, 2013 8:19 AM
|Franklin L Wills||John Henry Gore|
I got your message about John Henry Gore. It is not the same Gore I have listed whose name is
John McHenry Gore.
I think almost all the Gore's in my family are buried in Boone County.
Added by Franklin L Wills on Apr 26, 2013 7:38 AM
|Robin Bradford||Ardelia's tombstone pic|
You are welcome. I grew up right across from that cemetary and it was no problem getting a pic of it. The stone is in great shape. I have did quite abit of research on the Jarrell side. Most of my work has been with them. I have a descendant that was a Gore as well. Her name was Celie Gore. I have not found her stone.
Added by Robin Bradford on Apr 26, 2013 5:50 AM
|Rachel's mom||Angeline Gore Davidson|
You are so welcome. Greenlawn Cemetery is so big, it is impossible to locate a grave without knowing the section, ect. So, I take pictures of one section at a time and there are usually at least one or two requests that get fulfilled that way.
Added by Rachel's mom on Apr 06, 2013 6:23 PM
Cremation with burial. Absoutley, if you are close by you should ride through Floral Gardens , they have a bunch of small tombstone like monuments for urns. Other cemeteries have buildings were urns are placed in small drawer like areas. Some people just bury the urn and remains in the grave with a loved one. There are all kind of ways. In several parts of Europe , the remains of loved ones are buried by trees with a plaque on the tree with the person's name.
Added by ncsearch on Mar 30, 2013 12:59 PM
Hi - double checked- obituary said Hannah's Chapel, but her death certificate says cremation with burial at Westminster Gardens. I have made the corrections. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by ncsearch on Mar 29, 2013 8:35 AM
Greensboro Record was the name of the afternoon newspaper in Greensboro. Several years ago it mergered with the Greensboro Daily news so now the paper is the Greensboro News and Record. I am working with obituaries I found through Genealogybank.com. I have added 15 names to Hannah's Chapel and have at least 10 more to add. It is sad, but all of them are unmarked as I have been out there several times trying to find other headstones.
Added by ncsearch on Mar 25, 2013 8:49 PM
|Shelby and Tom Grant||Shober requests|
Pine Forest Cemetery in Wilmington, NC is a cemetery that is maintained by volunteers. The lots in Taylor/Shober plot are being cleaned, mowed and maintained with care. If you would like to help by a donation, you can send a check to P O Box 1065, Wilmington, NC 28401 Attn: James Lofton. This cemetery is full of graves for the well known and not well known African Americans that were and are prominent in the history of Wilmington and North Carolina. It is still being used today for burials.
Added by Shelby and Tom Grant on Mar 20, 2013 9:07 AM
|PBarbella||RE: L. Waugh|
Hi again...Mary Jo at Lincoln Memorial was very helpful and would assist in placing some type of marker or helping you with any other information that she has. 609-628-2475 Best of luck..P
Added by PBarbella on Mar 14, 2013 1:10 PM
|PBarbella||Lenetta A Waugh|
Hi.I am a volunteer who went to look for and photograph today...there is no grave marker, nor any sign. I spoke with Mary Jo in the office who assured me I am at the correct site...my photo will not upload as it is too large. Sorry..Phyllis email@example.com
Added by PBarbella on Mar 13, 2013 7:22 PM
|mike shelton||RE: Ida Waugh|
glad to be able to do it .. mike in ky.
Added by mike shelton on Mar 12, 2013 6:21 AM
|Timmy and Cindi Bouldin Tilley||RE: Lula Waugh|
There are many unmarked graves. It is probably the correct cemetery.
Added by Timmy and Cindi Bouldin T... on Feb 02, 2013 6:26 PM
|Bobby Hunt||Photo request - Laverne Edwards|
Hi. Regarding your photo request, you'll need to contact Dr. DiBlasi for grave location for Laverne Edwards in Eastern Cemetery. Dr. DiBlasi has custody of all existing burial records for Eastern cemetery, and will need the full name, date of birth/death to search the records. He'll provide the information, if it is in the records. Otherwise, it will be virtually impossible to find the grave, as Eastern Cemetery is abandoned.
Added by Bobby Hunt on Feb 01, 2013 1:14 PM
|William Johnson||RE: Myron Coke Folger of North Carolina|
No, I am not related. I found the photo on an online year book. I took photos of ALL of the markers in the Dobson Town Cemetery.
I saw that you put a photo up of Myron Coke Folger. I was wondering if you were a relative? I researching my lineage which happens to be part of his, the Waugh's...
Added by William Johnson on Jan 04, 2013 4:05 PM