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Charles Melvin Penland
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Birth: Apr. 29, 1845
Burnsville
Yancey County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Jan. 13, 1924
North Carolina, USA

Paternal grandparents:
Henry Penland (1786 Burke - 1854 Yancey) and Elizabeth Parks (*c. 1790). Burial sites unknown to me.

Maternal grandparents:
Col Nathan Horton (1789 - 1885) and Mary Polly Young (1794 - 1875), buried in Horton Hill Cem., (24885269 & 43298498).

Wife:
Matilda Holcombe Moss (*c. 1847), dau of John Wallace Holcombe (*c. 1818 Buncombe) and Nancy Julia Riddle. Burial sites unknown to me.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Marcus Lafayette Penland (1813 - 1900)
  Martha Elvira Horton Penland (1819 - 1896)
 
 Children:
  Norman N. Penland (1867 - 1941)*
  Vance William Penland (1871 - 1958)*
  Mary Novella Penland Moss (1881 - 1961)*
  Willard Woods Penland (1884 - 1955)*
  Bascomb Baldwin Penland (1888 - 1968)*
  Latt Reagan Penland (1890 - 1983)*
  John Lafayette Penland (1894 - 1973)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Polly Young Horton (1794 - 1875)**
  Charles Melvin Penland (1845 - 1924)
  Pheba Penland McClellan (1849 - 1915)*
  William L. Penland (1856 - 1939)*
  Clearsia Elvira Penland Parrott (1858 - 1939)*
  Angelina Penland Parrott (1860 - 1933)*
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
PVT CO C 58th NC REGT CSA
 
Burial:
Penland Cemetery
Paint Gap
Yancey County
North Carolina, USA
 
Created by: Mark Lawson
Record added: Aug 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 55878344
Charles Melvin Penland
Added by: Richard Penland
 
 
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In God's love now.
- Jean Bailey Moncier
 Added: Jan. 29, 2014
In Memory of Charles Melvin Penland. Charles fought in the same region as his brother, Noble. Charles rode a white horse in battle, and is told he saw the white flag for surrender to the Yankee's, he rode his horse through a cottonfield, the Yankee's b...(Read more)
- Lorraine
 Added: Jul. 25, 2012
 
 
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