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 Cemeteries and Headstones in North Carolina, United States


Oakdale Cemetery, Washington, Beavoir Co., North Carolina, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Frederick M. 'Freddie' Manning
Frederick M. "Freddie" Manning
(1900 - 1902)
Infant son of Robert Manning and Virginia "Jennie" Cordon Manning 
Located     
Joseph Adrian Dudley
Joseph Adrian Dudley
(1869 - 1912)
Husband of Adelaine Hines Dudley 
Located    Joseph Adrain DUDLEY (d. 22 Feb 1912)
 
Lena Dudley Manning
Lena Dudley Manning
(1876 - 1952)
Wife of Robert James Manning 
Located    Lena DUDLEY (d. 29 Jun 1952)
 
Robert James Manning
Robert James Manning
(1869 - 1935)
Husband of Lena Dudley Manning 
Located    Robert James MANNING (d. 18 Dec 1935)
 
Sarah R. Hardy Dudley
Sarah R. Hardy Dudley
(1833 - 1908)
Wife of William Lawrence Dudley 
Located     
William Charles Dudley
William Charles Dudley
(1860 - 1905) 
Located     
William Lawrence Dudley
William Lawrence Dudley
(1831 - 1903)
Husband of Sarah R. Hardy Dudley 
Located     


Unknown Name, Bull Head Township, Greene Co., North Carolina, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
Lt. James Edmundson
Lt. James Edmundson
A Lieutenant in the Revolutionary War from North Carolina, James EDMUNDSON, is listed in North Carolina Revolutionary, Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots, and Descendants Vol 1 page 69.  
    Lt. James EDMUNDSON (d. Bef 6 Apr 1799)
 


Freeman-Murray Cemetery, Tuxedo, Henderson Co., North Carolina, United States

 Thumb Description Status Location Name (Died/Buried)
James Murray
James Murray
(1769 - 1847) 
Located    James MURRAY (d. 30 Mar 1847)
 
Margaret Dugan Murray
Margaret Dugan Murray
(1772 - 1840)
Margarett Dugan Murray was the daughter of Col. Thomas and Mary Dugan of Newberry Co., S.C. and the wife of James Murray. Margarett and James were married April 12, 1772 and the parents of 11 children.

There is a lot of carving on this stone which is no longer legible. The inscription on her tombstone read as follows... "In memory of Margaret Murray who was born the 19th of April, 1772/Departed this life June 9, 1840/She's gone; the gentle, good and kind/Beneath the lonely turf she lies/Faith, hope and charity will find their friend seraph in the skies/With Christian fortitude she met her fathers lightning rod/Her gentle spirit soars/Gone to dwell forever with her God."  
Located    Margaret L. DUGAN (d. 9 May 1840)
 



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