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167    LEWTER, T. C. [F64.1]

      Location - New Hope Township. South side of SR 1740, Lewter Shop Road, 0.5 mile east of SR 1742, Green Level Road

      Coordinates: 35d 47m 25.0s N; 78d 56m 58.0s W Click here for Google maps

      In 1989, Robert Hughes recorded 3 grave markers and reported other unmarked graves.

      Owner: Dr. Kenoy, Durham.
      Topo Quadrant: Green Level.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Maintained and in use: Yes.
      Number of graves: 3.
      Cemetery size: 15' x 20'.
      White: Yes.
      Restricted access: Yes. Fenced in yard on private property
      Well maintained: Yes.
      Enclosed: No.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 3.
      Last burial: 1937.
      First burial: 1900.
      Markers damaged: Yes.
      Last canvassed by: Robert Hughes. Date: 1989.


  1. Lewter, Amanda E.   (b. 20 Nov 1849 - d. 13 Oct 1931)
      • Wife of T. C. Lewter.
  2. Lewter, Eva L.   (b. 19 Aug 1889 - d. 14 Apr 1900)
      • Daughter of T. C. and Amanda E. Lewter.
  3. Lewter, T. C.   (b. 14 Oct 1857 - d. 24 Feb 1937)
      • Husband of Amanda E. Lewter.


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