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134    STONE [E69.1]

      Location - Williams Township. On the north side of SR 1752, Martha's Chapel Road, 800 feet east of SR 1008, Farrington Road

      Coordinates: 35d 47m 22.0s N; 79d 00m 20.0s W Click here for Google maps

      U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Report Final Report for Relocation of 'Cemeteries Group III for B. Everett Jordan Dam and Lake, North Carolina, indicates these three graves were reinterred at the Bunker Cemetery (J84.1).

      Owner: US Army Corps of Engineers.
      Topo Quadrant: Farrington.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 3.
      Cemetery size: 20' x 30'.
      White: Yes.
      Restricted access: Yes.
      Not identifed: Yes.
      Not identified explanation: Graves have been reinterred.
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Listed: Yes.
      Listed explanation: US Army Corps of Engineers Report "Final Report for Relocation of Cemeteries, Group III" for B. Everett Jordam Dam and Lake, NC indicates that three graves were reinterred at the Bunker Cem. (J84.1)..
      Last canvassed by: Will M. Heiser. Date: 1997.

  1. Stone, Homer   (b. Unknown - d. 1911)
  2. Stone, W. E., Mrs.   (b. Unknown - d. 1940)
      • Wife of Walter Edgar Stone.
  3. Stone, Walter Edgar   (b. Unknown - d. 1945)
      • Husband of Mrs. W. E. Stone.

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