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Mary Elizabeth "Betty" Stanley Axsom
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Birth: Dec. 7, 1858
Surry County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Aug. 14, 1937
Surry County
North Carolina, USA

Paternal grandparents were John Stanley, Jr. and Sarah "Sally" Butcher Stanley. Maternal grandparents were Hiram Jenkins, Sr. and Nancy Marsh Jenkins.

(Recorded by: K. Ned Beasley, h/o Teresa Sizemore Beasley, great-great niece)(beezak@windstream.net) 
 
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 Parents:
  Nathan Abraham Stanley (1832 - 1905)
  Nancy Jane Jenkins Stanley (1833 - 1915)
 
 Spouse:
  Samuel Cornelius Axsom (1862 - 1938)
 
 Children:
  Dora Idela Axsom Wood (1882 - 1969)*
  William Nelvin Axsom (1887 - 1976)*
  Martin Cornelius Axsom (1894 - 1978)*
 
 Siblings:
  Lemuel William Stanley (1851 - 1938)*
  Laura Jane Stanley Wall (1854 - 1883)*
  Plutina Emmaline Stanley Hutchens (1856 - 1918)*
  Mary Elizabeth Stanley Axsom (1858 - 1937)
  Daniel W. Stanley (1859 - 1870)*
  Sarah A. Stanley Bledsoe (1860 - 1949)*
  Nathan Jackson Stanley (1862 - 1930)*
  George M. Stanley (1865 - 1948)*
  Infant Stanley (1869 - 1869)*
  Nancy Louisa Stanley Bates (1875 - 1948)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Little Richmond Baptist Cemetery
Fairview (Surry County)
Surry County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: K. Ned Beasley
Record added: Apr 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35458638
Mary Elizabeth Betty <i>Stanley</i> Axsom
Added by: Kathy Merris Mills
 
 
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My husbands mother always said she was kin to the Axsom family, this is the connection.....Hiram Jenkins is their common ancestor.
- Memory Maker
 Added: Feb. 9, 2013
 
 
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