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DebNC (#47200072)
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I have been researching my husband's CARTER family in North Harlowe, Craven, North Carolina since 2004. I serve as Co-Family Historian on Reunion Committees for the GEORGE, HYMAN, and LIVINGSTON families. I am currently working on my port
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 • 8 Memorials Added
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Bernd Doss
RE: Lelsie N. Hyman, #63994847

The photograph in question has been removed. Thank you for bringing this information to my attention.

Best regards
Bernd Doss
Added by Bernd Doss on Jul 06, 2015 5:53 PM
P.K. Magruder
RE: Identifying monuments on cemetery map
If it is right by the fence and has an urn on top it is Abercrombie

jmslattery1 at comcast dot net
Added by P.K. Magruder on Mar 10, 2015 11:23 AM
P.K. Magruder
RE: Identifying monuments on cemetery map
From 63 Park, the entire cemetery is visible so I have no clue at what you are looking since there is no shortage of large markers with smaller ones near them.
You aren't referring to Alfred Critchlow's bent zinc marker toward the back are you? It is the most distinctive one in the cemetery although there are two more tall zincs and a short one that everyone overlooks.
If you live in the area, and are free before sunset, I could meet with you and you could point out the one you mean. I'm off on Mon, Tue & Weds most weeks.
Added by P.K. Magruder on Mar 09, 2015 12:09 AM
Gary O. Green
George Family Cemetery
You have identified the George Family Cemetery as the final resting place for Isaac Carter. Have you been to the cemetery or do you know the exact location of the cemetery?

I am attempting to place a grave marker for the Forgotten Americans who were free blacks during the Revolution and fought against the British. They appear to have been buried in this same cemetery by indications that we have from historical data garnered by the DAR.
Added by Gary O. Green on Nov 14, 2013 12:28 PM
anita mcknight
RE: Sarah Benners Vail photos
DebNC, sorry to tell you, but the stone is broken. I don't know how this happened. Fortunately, you can only see earth. Here is some contact info for replacing stones: 8-5 Mon-Fri, Cemetery Staff Office is 252-639-7515. Let me know if there's anything I can help you with. Anita
Added by anita mcknight on Oct 20, 2013 7:27 AM
Lois King Winn
Andrew Thomas King
Andrew King of Jamestown RI was the brother of my grandfather. Are you daughter/grandaughter of Abby? My e-mail is if you want to contact me.

Lois King Winn
Added by Lois King Winn on Apr 03, 2010 2:33 PM
the moo
RE: Katharine King, Memorial# 20048854
Her stone is inscribed:

In Memory of
Mrs. Catharine Lyman
Consort of
Gideon Lyman Esqr.
who died March
15th 1791 in the
90th Year of her age.
Added by the moo on Jan 14, 2010 9:47 PM
the moo
RE: Mindwell King Bascum, Memorial# 30248997
Sorry, here's the FULL inscription:

In Memory of
Mr. Jona. Bascum
who died 20th April
1780 in the 75th
Year of his Age.

And Mrs. Mindwell
his wife who died 4th
April 1794 in the 90th
Year of her Age.

Also of Lt. Elisha
who died at
Ticonderoga in the
Service of his Country
18th Sept. 1776
in the 38th Year
of his Age.
Added by the moo on Jan 14, 2010 9:40 PM
Carol Darling
Lillian Newton
Hi Debra,

I transfered the memorial page for Lillian Newton to you.
By the way, welcome to FindAGrave! It is a great site! If I can answer any questions for you, don't hesitate to ask.

Best wishes,
Added by Carol Darling on Nov 09, 2009 6:14 PM

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