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214    BROOKS, JOHN T. [H43.1]

      Location - Matthews Township. North of SR 1124, Glosson Road, 0.7 mile east of SR 1006, Siler City -- Glendon Road

      Coordinates: 35d 41m 35.0s N; 79d 27m 38.0s W Click here for Google maps

      In September 1994, Lee Dixon recorded 4 grave markers, and noted two unmarked graves.

      Owner: Frank Brown.
      Legal Description: Deed 304-387, 10 Mar 1965, from Lela W. Self to Eugene Franklin and Sylvia Louise Brown.
      Topo Quadrant: Siler City.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 6.
      White: Yes.
      Unrestricted access: Yes.
      Overgrown and easy to identify: Yes.
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Enclosed explanation: Stone wall.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 4.
      Last burial: 1851.
      First burial: 1848.
      Last canvassed by: Lee Dixon. Date: 1994.


  1. Brooks, Amelia E.   (b. 1 Jan 1834 - d. 7 Jun 1851)
  2. Brooks, John T.   (b. 13 Mar 1797 - d. 31 Aug 18_2)
  3. Brooks, Martha W.   (b. 14 Dec 1835 - d. 14 Jun 1851)
  4. Brooks, Nathan W.   (b. 24 Mar 1829 - d. 9 Aug 1848)


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