BUCKTOWN CEMETERY Dorchester County, MD

Location: Bucktown Road (across from Scott’s Chapel). The comments in red are tidbits of information I know because either my family knew the person or they are a close relative of mine.  These tombstones were recorded and transcribed by Elaine Palmer-McGill and Christie Camper on 5 July 2000.             

SurnameGiven NameDate of BirthDate of DeathComments
     
CornishOlivia2/14/098/25/91(Maiden name Payton)
CornishOwen4/5/067/5/86(husband of Olivia Cornish and half brother to Raymond N. Perry)
StanleyTrina DelSima2 days  
PerryLushay19131989Mother resting
JacksonCharles E.3/3/18639/27/1927 
JacksonMartha P.12/26/187612/27/1950 
JacksonWeldon G.10/16/19279/13/1988 
PinderMonroe W.7/30/1911Not deceased yet 
PinderMable E.7/9/19257/20/1999(2nd wife of Monroe Pinder)
PinderMary AA7/26/19133/13/1993 
PinkettMagdaline1/19201/1963 
PinderJames E.7/5/190812/4/1973 
PinderCharles E.18781933 
PinderWilliam12/185110/18/1918My trust is in God
Pinder, Sr.Carl3/18897/9/1982 
PinderFlossie10/8/1915  
Pinder-LytleGladys L.12/30/19212/16/1995 
PinderLouise T.  (Maiden Thompson)
StanleyLouise R.9/12/1915  
StanleyLeon6/23/19093/26/1987 
StanleyJames Cardell4/7/19391/3/1993 
StanleyHilary   
StanleyRobert H1/29/307/12/97 
ManokeyFannie L.18921944Wife of William J. Manokey
Pinder-LeeDerue C.2/24/054/10/1984A tender mother & faithful friend        (born Derue Clash)
ClashMillie Ann 8/23/1975Gone but not forgotten
ClashSolomonNo dates At rest
BallHattie M.18911973 
RoweIrene C.9/17/19182/8/1964 
ClashSarah 3/26/1947 
ClashJohn 12/28/1962 
PinderGarland C.7/14/19403/3/1965At rest
KiahFrances E.7/26/19112/10/1978Rest in peace
AndrewsEllsworth1/2/19127/15/1970Md PFC 49SVC Command Unit WW II
LakeMonroe F.9/6/18846/12/1975 
LakeLeomia D.2/28/18905/1984(1st wife of Monroe Lake)
LakeMandy8/8/18539/2/190552 years 1 month            (mother of Monroe Lake)
Lake-WatersVictoria7/15/19  
WatersFred R.6/13/054/28/1988When we all get to heaven
Ellsworth-BowensBurdette11/811/19/58 
JolleyAnna Mae10/16/192410/17/1991 
JolleyJessica F.9/11/195311/26/1993 
JolleyBryant9/19829/1982(Son of Jessica Jolley)
JolleyOrwood8/7/19208/6/1977US Army WW II
JolleyJackson9/13/284/13/72 
JolleyCharles IIII12/11/19518/26/1953 
JolleyRosalie V.9/28/19216/14/1962 
Jolley-JohnsonJoyce G.7/5/192710/29/1982 
JolleyGeorgia Allena12/16/377/12/1997Married Robert Stanley AD 1983
JolleyCharles Ecel4/29/192612/2/1997 
JolleyGlen Ellis9/22/19578/31/1991 
StanleyRobert3/16/188610/10/1961 
JacksonGrace C.9/21/077/27/84 
JacksonJ. Albert3/7/198310/15/1965 
JacksonWallace Leo4/3/19379/19/1981A2C USAF
PerryEmerson8/27/124/16/2000(husband of Omar Molock-Perry)
PerryOmar7/1/191410/9/1995(wife of Emerson Perry-maiden Molock)
PerryRaymond Nathan2/11/189311/27/1944(Father of Emerson Perry)
DorseyCameron Deonte Jabrae9/25/19989/30/199887 years (Great Grandson on Emerson & Omar Perry)
PinderLaura Mundy18871985 
PinderRachel A.5/21/18853/26/1906 

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LOUISIANA

Caddo Parish | Ebenezer Negro Baptist Church Cemetery
Caddo Parish | Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery
Caddo Parish | Ebenezer Baptist Church Cemetery    NEW
Caddo Parish | New Hope Baptist Church Cemetery  NEW
Caddo Parish | St. Paul’s CME Church Cemetery    NEW
Calcasieu Parish | Chloe Cemetery
Calcasieu Parish | High Mount Cemetery
Calcasieu Parish | West Fork Cemetery
Cameron Parish | Ebenizer (LeBlanc) Cemetery
Cameron Parish | St. Martin dePores Cemetery
Cameron Parish | St. Rose of Lima Cemetery
Concordia Parish | Dunbart Plantation Cemetery
Concordia Parish | Ferriday Cemetery
Concordia Parish | Minorca Cemetery
Iberia Parish | Mt. Zion #2 Baptist Church Cemetery
Morehouse Parish | Cherry Hill #2 MBC Cemetery
Morehouse Parish | Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Morehouse Parish | St. Joseph AME Church Cemetery
Morehouse Parish | St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Morehouse Parish | St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Natchitoches Parish | Allen Baptist African-American Cemetery
Natchitoches Parish | Allen Methodist African-American Cemetery
Natchitoches Parish | Choctaw Island Baptist Church Cemetery
Natchitoches Parish | Robeline Cemetery
Natchitoches Parish | Shady Grove Cemetery
North Caddo Parish | Negro Cemetery on Raines Lease
Rapides Parish | Holly Oak Cemetery
Richland Parish |
 St. Deed Cemetery
St. Helena Parish | Jackson Chapel Independent AME Cemetery
St. Martin Parish | Union Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Barnett Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Mt. Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Chubby Bottom Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Hands of Jesus Christian Center Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Macedonia Landmark Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | New Star Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Pleasant Valley Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Ponchatoula African American (Baptist) Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Ponchatoula African American (Methodist) Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | St. James AME No. 2 Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | St. John Temple Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | 409 East Thomas St. Black Cemetery
Tangipahoa Parish | Warren Cemetery
Union Parish | Springhill Cemetery
Winn Parish | James Chapel (Pennywell) Cemetery
Winn Parish | Old Morning Star Church Cemetery
Winn Parish | New Morning Star Cemetery

Preservation – Education – History

Burnside | Burnside Cemetery (scroll down)
Livingston Parish | Black Graves @ Frost (scroll down)
Livingston Parish | Slave Cemetery (scroll down)

Other Cemeteries

Natchitoches Parish | Natchitoches Parish, LA Cemeteries
Winn Parish | Winn Parish, LA Cemetery Project…

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Dallas County Queries | Jul-Dec 1998

7/6/98
WILBURN

I am searching for Lillian WILBURN. She was my great-aunt. Her father’s name was Milo WILBURN and her mother’s name was SARAH ANN ELIZABETH CLEMENT NORRIS WILBURN. When Sarah’s first husband died, she married Milo. They had Lillian and then divorced. When Lillian was of age, Sarah ran her off, which is the story that we have all been told. She was not heard from again. Later someone sent a picture of Lillian and her husband (we think) Leroy or Leon Johnson. I have been searching for this woman for two years and still have no leads I did find a Lillian Wilburn on the SSDI that had info stating the last know residence was Selma, AL. If there is anyone out there that can shed a little light on Aunt Lillian, I would be very grateful. 


7/9/98
BLUM

I am searching for information on my grandfather and his ancestors. He was born Charles James Blum, October 29, 1856, in Selma, Dallas Co. Al. He was the son of Frederick and Margaretha Elizabeth Blum. They came to Selma after 1852 and had two sons, Charles James and Henry, born in Selma and maybe a daughter. I am wondering if anyone has any information on this family. I believe they eventually moved on to Pensacola, FL. Be glad to share information. 


7/16/98
MARTIN

I am looking for information on Levi Oley Martin. He was born 9-19-1882 in Central Mills Al. His parents were George Abner Martin and Annie N. Huggins. Thank You. 


7/16/98
DUNN

My ancestor, Elmira (Mirah, Mariah) DUNN b. 1810 GA and a person I believe to be her brother, Joseph H. DUNN b. 1795 GA, arrived in Dallas Co. in 1822. Joseph bought land up near Summerfield and more northeast of Valley Grande. They both married into the Phelps HAYNES family in the 20s and moved over into Perry Co. Joseph later moved to Tallapoosa Co. and then to TX. Elmira ended up in MS. Need any family connections to Joseph H. and Elmira Dunn. 


7/27/98
WINGATE

Seeking info on descendants of Arthur Council Wingate b.1757 in NC. His wife died in 1816 in NC. In 1816 He moved to Alabama where he was appointed coroner of Dallas Co. on Feb. 23, 1818. He died in Dallas Co. in 1820. Arthur is not listed in the 1820 census of Dallas Co. Al. so we can only assume he died before it was taken. Only an Edward Wingate is listed in that census; I would also like info on him. Thank You Very Much. 


7/27/98
ADAMS – BLACKBURN

I am searching for info. on my grandmother JTAB. She is listed in the 1850 Dallas Co. census as being the 22 yr. old wife of H.S. Blackburn, a warehouse keeper from Tenn. At that time she had 2 children, W.J., a 2 yr. old male and A.A. (Adosia) a 5-month old F. I have been told that in later years Josephine either owned or ran a boarding house, but I have no proof. Any info. would be appreciated. 

8/25/98 
Henry S.(Sherwood?) Blackburn was born in either Va or Tenn. in 1807 or 1808.  He married Josephine T. Adams in Dallas Co. on 11 July 1846.  He was involved in politics in Selma and is listed in the 1850 & 1860 Dallas Co. census.  I would like to know what the S stands for, where he was from & who his parents were.  Any help is appreciated. 


7/28/98
MOS(E)LEY

Looking for Joab Mosley/Moseley and wife Loney.  Had at least 3 children – Thomas, William (“Red Bill”), and Anne.  Joab came from the Carolinas and settled in Old Cahaba, AL where at least one child, William, was born.  Any help is appreciated. 


8/6/98
AVANT – LEOPARD – O’NEAL

The main surname line I am researching is AVANT.  Francis AVANT’s widow was Elizabeth.  She remarried a LEOPARD ca. 1828 in Dallas County.  The AVANT children from her first marriage were:  Catherine M. Avant who married David D. DUMAS; Mary Avant who married James DOWNES;  Nancy Ann Avant (sometimes shown as Mary or Ann) married John G. O’NEAL;  Lucy T. Avant who married William Hall; Nathan T. Avant who married Theodocia Wilson …

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BLAIR CEMETERY Monroe County, Mississippi

The Blair Cemetery is located at N33 deg 51.593 min and W88 deg 16.994 min.

It is not generally known but the Blair Cemetery in Monroe, Co. MS had a section where freed slaves and their children are buried. My Great-grandfather Curtis Hardy Wise owned slaves and some of the interred bear our family name.

The only other information I can provide is that my Aunt Mommie Wise (born 1892) said that two of the freed slaves moved away when they married. One was Laura, who married Frank Hollis and the other was West Wise. Frank Hollis is probably related to the F. H. & L. J. Hollis mentioned on the stone of Lowell P. Hollis.

My family came to Monroe Co. in 1816. Curtis Hardy Wise was married into the DePriest family.

Also, the Sullivan Cemetery has an African section. Unfortunately, county workers bulldozed the markers away many years ago. As I recall some of their birth dates were in the mid-1700s. Hopefully, some of the stones may be recoverable and I intend to look next winter. The Sullivan Cemetery had the oldest marked grave in the country, a burial in 1822. That cemetery is located at N33 deg 46.378 min & W88 deg 18.134 min.

Amanda Wise
Born July 4, 1840
Died July 15, 1910


W. Calvin Wise
Born Dec 17, 1881
Died Aug 3, 1908


Lowell P.
Son of
F. H. & L. J. Hollis
Born Sept 5, 1895
Died July 1, 1897


David D. DePriest
Died Oct 31, 1918
Aged 60 years
(His stone is marked with the Masonic emblem)


Thomas
Son of
B. D. & A. G. DePriest
Born Dec 31, 1886
Died Mar 21, 1887


Edna V.
Dau of
W. C. & A. O. Wise
Born Mar 5, 1897
Died Mar 21, 1897


Adalin O.
Wife of
W. C. Wise
May 15, 1860
Died May 7, 1897


Julia A.
Dau of
W. C. & A. O. Wise
Born Sept 14, 1879
Died Sept 24, 1892


Mary Vaughn
Born April 2, 1881


Deallie Wise
Born 1862
Died on [ ? ] 1940
Age 78


NOTE: There are many stones that mark unnamed graves
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OLD SHELL CREEK CEMETERY Wilcox County, Alabama

Located in NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec. 14 (at North Sec. line about 3/4 Mile due East of the intersection of Hwy. AL 5 & AL 28) TS 14N, R6E, Wilcox County, AL

BENNETT, B. B., July 13, 1797, in Northhampton, N. C.–Oct. 16, 1855.

BENNETT, Lucien E., died Sept. 1830.

BENNETT, Lucien, son of B. B. Bennett, Oct. 10, 1831–Oct. 18, 1831.

BENNETT, Mary Jane, daughter of Ann and Jerome Bennett, Sept. 9, 1852–June 12, 1853.

BENNETT, Mary Jane Boyd, consort of B. B. Bennett, died June 22, 1835, at age of 23. BENNETT, Unknown

BONES, Elizabeth Milling, consort of Sam Bones, born Fairfield, S. C., died May 31, 1835, at age 19.

BOYD, David, Nov. 13, 1781–July 2, 1855.

BOYD, Hugh G., died Aug. 28, 1850.

BOYD, James McG, died Dec. 28, 1851, age 4.

BOYD, Mary, consort of David Boyd, died Jan. 17, 1845, at age 55.

BOYD, Mary Lou, wife of J.M.C. Boyd, died Dec. 27, 1881, at age 17.

BOYD, Sarah Jane, no dates.

BURPO, William A., 1846–1862.

CORBIN, Sara, Dec. 13, 1826–April 25, 1856.

FERGUSON, Thomas L., Jan. 2, 1852–Sept. 20, 1853.

FLANAGAN, Mary J., 1821–1863.

FLUKER, Hattie C., daughter of S.F. and W.L. Fluker, Oct. 9, 1871–July 21, 1872.

FLUKER, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Elizabeth and Edgar Fluker, Sept. 3, 1843–Nov. 1, 1847.

GAMBLE, A. N., stone facedown.

GAMBLE, Ann, ‘relict’ of James Gamble, died Oct. 12, 1842, age 83.…

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History of Gee’s Bend

HISTORY OF GEE’S BEND

Long before Gee’s Bend was ever known, it was Indian land. It is thought that, in the sixteenth century, Spanish explorer Hernando DeSoto visited an Indian village on a creek in this area before he pushed on toward his death in Mississippi. Four hundred years later, “black” people live there who claim Indian blood. Some have Indian surnames. Others have Indian characteristics.

Note 1: De Soto’s Trail through the Southeast

The first recorded white resident to live in the area was Joseph Gee, a planter from Halifax, North Carolina, who came in 1816, established a plantation, and named the place for himself. Upon his death in 1824, he left 47 black slaves. Two of his North Carolina nephews, Sterling and Charles Gee, came to Alabama in the hopes of inheriting his estate. During the legal manoeuvrings, Sterling inherited a family estate back home and returned to live there. Charles became manager of the Gee’s Bend plantation. Some people say the Bend accommodated a slave-trading operation for the Gees between Alabama and North Carolina.

Note 2: Joseph Gee and 18 slaves are enumerated in the 1820 Alabama Census.

Note 3: Charles, Joseph, Sterling H. and William F. Gee original land patents on the Bureau of Land Management site. Plugin Gee as Patentee’s Last Name and select Wilcox County from the pull-down menu.

In 1845 the two Gee brothers owed $29,000 to their relative Mark H. Pettway. As a settlement, they have him Gee’s Bend. A year later, Pettway and his family moved there in a caravan with a hundred or more slaves. Except for one cook, the slaves literally walked from North Carolina toGee’s Bend.

The 10,000-acre plantation retained “Gee” for its name but the name of each of the slaves became “Pettway”, a name that has prevailed in Wilcox County until the present day. Today, if someone from Gee’s Bend is named Pettway, he or she is a descendant or married to a descendant of those Mark Pettway wagon-train slaves who walked from North Carolina.

After emancipation, the black Pettway’s remained on the land as tenants or sharecroppers.

Members of the Pettway family held the land until 1895 when they sold their 4000 acres and left.

In 1900, Attorney Adrian Sebastian VandeGraaff of Tuscaloosa acquired the land that the Pettway’s had sold to others and added another 3000 acres. For the first 16 years of ownership, a family uncle lived at Sandy Hill, the “big house” and former residence of the Pettway’s, as supervisor. After his death, other white, family-appointed overseers were in charge. The Vandegraaffs held the land as absentee landlords until 1937 when they sold all the land to the United States government.

Because of its location, 18 miles from Alberta and surrounded on three sides by the bridgeless Alabama River, Gee’s Bend was isolated. It was only 7 miles or so from the county seat of Camden but the only mode of transportation across the river was a makeshift ferry that operated when weather permitted. The road to Alberta was clouded with dust in dry weather and covered in mud in the rainy season. The land route to Alberta and then by state road to Camden was more than 40 miles one way.

Reverend Renwick Kennedy wrote stories about Gees Bend for the Christian Century in the 1930s. In 1937 he wrote: “Gee’s Bend represents not merely a geographic configuration drawn by the yellow pencil of the river. Gee’s Bend represents another civilization. Gee’s Bend is an Alabama Africa. There is no more concentrated and racially exclusive Negro population in any rural community in the South than in Gee’s Bend.”

The Depression

When the Depression hit, the price of cotton fell to 5 cents a pound so, although Benders took their crops to Camden to cover debts to the merchant who advanced them credit, the price was too low to cover the debts. The merchant continued to advance them credit for the next three years and stored the cotton in a warehouse hoping for better times and higher prices. To secure the debts, he obtained chattel liens on the possessions of 60 families. He was the only one to maintain records of …

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ALABAMA

Listings

Bullock County | County Line AME Zion Church Cemetery  NEW
Butler County | Bennett Cemetery
Butler County | May Cemetery
Butler County | St. Luke Cemetery
Butler County | Pressley Cemetery
Butler County | Springhill Cemetery
Butler County | Stamps Cemetery
Chambers County | Finley Cemetery
Choctaw County | Bethlehem Cemetery
Choctaw County | Big House Cemetery (Rigby Cemetery)
Choctaw County | Oakcha Cemetery
Choctaw County | Red House Cemetery
Colbert County | St. Paul’s Baptist Church Cemetery
Covington County | Good Hope Cemetery
Dale County | Old Zion AMEZ Church Cemetery
Escambia County | First Marietta Church Cemetery
Escambia County | First Shady Grove Cemetery
Escambia County | Springhill Cemetery
Escambia County | (Unknown) Cemetery
Henry County | Balkum Baptist Church Cemetery
Henry County | Little Rocky Mount Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery
Houston County | St. Stephens AME Church Cemetery  NEW
Lamar County | Wells Family Cemetery  NEW
Lowndes County | David Gordon Cemetery
Lowndes County | Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Cemetery
Lowndes County | Rudolph Hill Cemetery
Macon County | Mt. Nebo Cemetery  
Marengo County | Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Ayers Cemetery
Marengo County | Christian Union (Morrissette) Cemetery
Marengo County | Clover Hill Cemetery
Marengo County | Coleman Cemetery
Marengo County | First Baptist Church Cemetery of Linden
Marengo County | First Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Glovers Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Hosea Cemetery
Marengo County | Howell Cemetery
Marengo County | Jackson Cemetery
Marengo County | Living Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Lovely Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Magnolia Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Millers Chapel Cemetery
Marengo County | Mount Mariah Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Mount Zion Cemetery
Marengo County | New Hope Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Old Union Cemetery
Marengo County | Paradise Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | Rivers Cemetery
Marengo County | Shady Union Baptist Cemetery
Marengo County | Sidney Chapel AME Zion Church Cemetery  
Marengo County | Small Memorial Cemetery (AMEZ Church)
Marengo County | St. James Church Cemetery
Marengo County | St. Luke Church Cemetery
Marengo County | St. Paul Church Cemetery
Marengo County | St. Paul Baptist Church Cemetery
Marengo County | St. Wisdom Cemetery
Marengo County | Stephens Cemetery
Marengo County | Union Baptist Church Cemetery
Mobile County | Bailey Cemetery
Mobile County | Prichard Memorial Gardens
Mobile County | Whistler Citizens Cemetery
Monroe County | Antioch Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery  NEW
Randolph County |
 Bethel East Cemetery (scroll down)
Randolph County | Canaan Baptist Church Cemetery
Randolph County | Galilee primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
Randolph County | McBurnett Cemetery (scroll down)
Randolph County | Oak Ridge United Methodist Church Cemetery (scroll down)
Randolph County | Pleasant Grove Cemetery (scroll down)
Randolph County | Rockdale Cemetery (scroll down)
Randolph County | Union Hill Cemetery (scroll down)
Talladega County | Pine Grove CME Church Cemetery
Talladega County | Morris Family Cemetery  
Tuscaloosa County | Brookwood Cemetery
Tuscaloosa County | Fairview Cemetery
Tuscaloosa County | Mt. Zion Holiness Church Cemetery
Tuscaloosa County | Old Prewitt Slave Cemetery
Washington County | Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Washington County | St. Union Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Arkadelphia Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Bear Creek AME Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Bethel AME Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Bethel Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Boiling Spring Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Brazeal AME Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Dulaney AME Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Dulaney AME Church Cemetery (2)
Wilcox County | First Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Harris Hill Cemetery (partial)
Wilcox County | Little Rock AME Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Little Zion #1 Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | McConnico Cemetery
Wilcox County | Mt. Olive AME Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Mt. Pleasant Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Mt. Zion Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Old Zion Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery
Wilcox County | Old Snow Hill Cemetery (scroll down)
Wilcox County | Payne Chapel – Johnson …

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OHIO

Listings

Gallia County | Morgan Bethel Cemetery (USCT Veterans)
Gallia County | New Hope Cemetery (USCT Veterans)
Gallia County | Pine Street Cemetery (USCT Veterans)
Gallia County | Viney Cemetery (USCT Veterans)
Greene County | Cherry Grove Cemetery (USCT Veterans)
Lawrence County | Mt. Pisgah Cemetery
Logan County | Day Cemetery
Meigs County | Gomer Cemetery
Pike County | Jackson Cemetery
Pike County | Straight Creek Cemetery
Ross County | Greenlawn Cemetery (USCT Veterans)

Preservation – Education – History

Other Cemeteries…

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NORTH CAROLINA

Listings

Bertie County | First Baptist Church Cemetery (Colored)
Bertie County | First Baptist Church of Colerain Cemetery
Bertie County | Hoggard’s Cemetery aka Cherry’s Cemetery
Bertie County | Holley African American Cemetery
Bertie County | Holloman African American Family Cemetery
Bertie County | Saint Elmo Baptist Church Cemetery
Bertie County | Sessoms Family Cemetery
Burke County | Mission AME Church Cemetery
Cabarrus County | Bell’s Mission Cemetery    
Cabarrus County | Cedar Grove AME Zion Church Cemetery   
Cabarrus County | Ebenezer AME Zion Church Cemetery   
Cabarrus County | 
Gilmore Chapel Cemetery    
Cabarrus County | 
Holly Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
Cabarrus County | 
Jacob Rock Cemetery    
Cabarrus County | 
Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery    
Cabarrus County | 
Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church Cemetery    
Cabarrus County | 
Old Bellfonte Cemetery  
Cabarrus County | 
Old Campground Cemetery  
Cabarrus County | 
Piney Grove AME Church Cemetery    
Cabarrus County | 
Rockhill AME Zion Church Cemetery    
Cleveland County |
 Brook’s Chapel Methodist Cemetery
Cleveland County | Green Bethel Church Cemetery
Cleveland County | Mountain View Baptist Church Cemetery
Durham County | Geer Cemetery
Edgecombe County | Mercer Farm Cemetery
Gaston County | Long Creek Presbyterian Cemetery (scroll to bottom)
Harnett County | Clark & McGregor Cemetery
Hertford County | Mount Sinai Cemetery
Hertford County | Oak Grove Methodist Cemetery
Mecklenburg County | Mount Olive Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Nash County | Bascoe Hinnant Cemetery
Nash County | Sandy Fork Missionary Baptist Cemetery
Nash County | Stokes Family Cemetery
Northhampton County | First Baptist Church Cemetery
Northhampton County | Old Nebo Baptist Cemetery
Pitt County | Brown Chapel Holiness Church Cemetery
Pitt County | Burney Church Cemetery
Pitt County | Butler-Wynne Cemetery
Pitt County | Clemons Cemetery
Pitt County | Crandell Cemetery
Pitt County | Crandol Cemetery
Pitt County | Ebron Cemetery
Pitt County | Fleming-Brown Cemetery
Pitt County | Forbes Cemetery
Pitt County | Hopkins Cemetery
Pitt County | Holy Temple Holiness Church Cemetery
Pitt County | Jackson Cemetery
Pitt County | John J. Tyson Cemetery
Pitt County | Langley-Hopkins Cemetery
Pitt County | Live Oak Cemetery
Pitt County | Mitchell Mortuary Cemetery
Pitt County | Morris-Robbins Cemetery
Pitt County | Newsome Cemetery
Pitt County | Rebovia Cemetery
Pitt County | Rountree Cemetery
Pitt County | Saint Peter MB Church Cemetery
Pitt County | Shirley Cemetery
Pitt County | Smith Cemetery
Pitt County | Sweet Hope FWB Church Cemetery
Pitt County | Turnage-Jones Cemetery
Pitt County | Yankee Hall Slave Cemetery
Pitt County | White-Chapman Cemetery
Pitt County | White Oak MB Church Cemetery
Pitt County | Wimberley Cemetery
Pitt County | Zion Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
Polk County | Union Grove Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Buck Shoals Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Cedar Grove Cemetery
Rutherford County | Crews Cemetery
Rutherford County | Doggett Grove Cemetery
Rutherford County | Duffey-Twitty Cemetery
Rutherford County | Gold Hill Cemetery
Rutherford County | Haynes Grove Cemetery
Rutherford County | Hopewell AME Zion Cemetery
Rutherford County | Jerusalem Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Johnson Cemetery
Rutherford County | Matthew Chapel AME Zion Cemetery (scroll down)
Rutherford County | Mt. Nebo Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Mt. Pleasant CME Church Cemetery
Rutherford County | New Hope Cemetery
Rutherford County | New Salem Church Cemetery
Rutherford County | New Zion Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Piney Ridge CME Cemetery
Rutherford County | St. John’s Missionary Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | St. Paul AME Zion Cemetery
Rutherford County | Union Hill AME Zion Cemetery
Rutherford County | Webb Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Well’s Springs United Methodist Cemetery Cemetery
Rutherford County | White Oak Springs Baptist Cemetery
Rutherford County | Whiteside Cemetery Cemetery
Stanly County | Kendalls Cemetery
Wake County | Banks Cemetery
Wake County | Banks Family Burial Location
Wake County | (Blacks in the) City Cemetery, Raleigh
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