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We love getting out there and documenting the neglected and out of the way cemeteries. I pray our efforts will be useful to others who are searching for their loved ones. Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior knows all His children, even the ones who have no markers. Have a conversation with Him today, you'll be glad you did! |
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|Fran Kiker||Zilpha Barnes Hinnant|
You have photographed this gravestone in Josiah Hinnant Cemetery, on Hinnant Edgerton Rd in Kenly.
I am looking for the gravestone of her father Jacob Barnes, who died in 1868. If you are close to this cemetery, could you see if he is buried there?
|Susan I. Grills||Leon V. Ferrell|
My profound apologies! I don't see how I made that mistake. I assume that incorrect information belonged to someone who was buried very near him, and I was working on both after photographing a section and mixed them up. I have fixed it and linked him to parents. Again, I apologize as the misinformation was not just wrong, it was embarrassing for an upright citizen!!
|William Perry Deans Sr||Lutora Deans|
Do you have a location of Lutora Deans Renfrow (Rentfrow), Rufus Renfrow (Rentfrow)first wife.
Oral history from Mary J Finch Family, his second wife, said she had him buried beside Lutora when he died. No grave has been found as of yet.
Lutora was Andrew Jackson Deans Daughter.
|Renee Cashwell||RE: Jobe Road Cemetery|
Thank you very much for you taking the time to research this cemetery. I think I am related to the late Wesley Williams somehow. My family cemetery is the Williams Family Cemetery on Flood Store Road in Edgecombe county outside of Sharpsburg. The cemetery I asked you about is a predominately Black cemetery. I believe I remember my dad, the late Wade Joyner, saying that there is one White person buried there somewhere on the west edge of it. For some reason the surname Trevathan rings a bell. There are a few graves marked only by a plain granite rock. A couple of graves are those of little children and their graves have tombstones with lambs on the top. I lived in the house next to the cemetery from 1975-1978.
|God be the Glory...Acts 26:18||Robertson|
I see no conflicts on the Robertsons Ive done. Enjoyed your testimony of our Lord! Bill
|Renee Cashwell||Jobe Road, Elm City, NC|
There is a cemetery on Jobe Rd. outside of Elm City, NC. I lived next to it in the late 1970's. My father, Wade Joyner owned the land it was on. I don't know any information about it. I'd like the name of it, and to see a list of the people interred there and some photos of it. I remember reading the names of the people buried there. People used to come to our house requesting burial sites for their loved ones and my father would go into the cemetery with them and search for sites. This was 40 years ago but I remember it well.
|Patricia Muhammad||Mary Smith Dickerson|
For the Lassiters,
I am researching my family. I recently came to NC searching for Daniel Quarters Cemetery. Needless to say I could not find it. I sent you a message looking for Daniel Quarters in August for Wright Smith and his son Amos Smith. I came across his daughter Mary Smith Dickerson grave marker today and she is buried in Daniel Quarters also. I really would like help finding this cemetery if possible.
|God be the Glory...Acts 26:18||Robertsons|
Thank you for honoring our Lord and Savior , Jesus. If you will check on Indianna Robertson you will find the memorial recorded about one year before. Iwould suggest you look at others in that cemetery. 95394588 Bill Pittman
|Patricia Muhammad||Wright Smith|
For the Lassiters,
I am looking for the directions to Daniel Quarters Cemetery in Wilson, NC.
I am also looking for the soon of Wright Smith, Amos Smith 1855 death after 1920.
Thanks for surveying this Cemetery at Wilsons Mill. I had missed it the times I was in NC.
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