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160    BEAVERS, JAMES S. [F44.1]

      Location - Williams Township. On the east side of SR 1735, Mt. Pisgah Church Road, 3,400 feet north of Mt. Pisgah Church

      Coordinates: 35d 49m 21.0s N; 78d 56m 33.0s W Click here for Google maps

      In 1989, Robert Hughes recorded 3 grave markers and noted 3+ unmarked graves.

      Owner: J. C. Riggsbee.
      Topo Quadrant: Green Level.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 6.
      Cemetery size: 40' x 40'.
      White: Yes.
      Unrestricted access: Yes.
      Overgrown and easy to identify: Yes.
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Enclosed explanation: 1' low pipe.
      Enclosed conditions: poor.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 3.
      Last burial: 1879.
      First burial: 1862.
      Unusual situation: Yes.
      Unusual situation: James S. Beavers, Civil War soldier, died in camp at Manassas. Stone tells of his being excommunicated and why..
      Markers damaged: Yes.
      Other damage explanation: Neglect or possibly farm animals.
      Hazards: Untended.
      Significant events: Civil War soldier buried here.
      Last canvassed by: Robert Hughes. Date: 16 Feb 1989.


  1. Beavers, Halla   (b. 24 Mar 1873 - d. 19 Jul 1874)
      • Daughter of G. E. and M. E. Beavers.
  2. Beavers, James S.   (b. 18 Jun 1834 - d. 3 Jan 1862)
      • Member of Co. I, 6 Reg. N.C.S.T. "He died in camp at Manassas.". "He joined the Missionary Baptist Ch. 8-23-1855, was excommunicated from the fellowship at Mt. Pisgah, 10-26-1861 for opposing white and colored equality at the church.".
  3. Beavers, Louisa   (b. 19 Dec 1834 - d. 7 Jun 1879)
      • Wife of R. H. Beavers.


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