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281    ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH [K25.1]

      Location - Town of Pittsboro, Center Township. Northeast corner of Salisbury and Rectory Streets

      Coordinates: 35d 43m 20.0s N; 79d 10m 50.0s W Click here for Google maps

      View #2 of the cemetery. View #3 of the cemetery. View #4 of the cemetery. View #5 of the cemetery.

      Between 1992 and 1995, Martha Hope Smith recorded 315 grave markers and reported at least 12 field stones or sunken areas for other grave locations. On 12 February 1996, Will M. Heiser visited the cemetery. In April 2001, Jane Pyle recorded 18 grave markers. Additional burial records were added in September 2010, when Guy Arnold photographed all of the markers in the cemetery. Exterior entrance to church. View of the church.

      This record contains burial information from grave markers, the St. Bartholomew Parish register, and other sources. Please consult the photographs to confirm information actually provided on the grave markers. In some cases, information from the parish register has been noted.

      The Church of England was the official church of the colony of North Carolina, so the bill ratified in 1771 that formed Chatham County concurrently formed St. Bartholomew's Parish. Chatham County was the summer residence for a number of Episcopalian families from the Wilmington area - including the Hills, Moores, Waddells, and Watters. Many of these families had established permanent homes in the county by the 1820s.

      The earliest recorded services in the parish were held in 1820, probably at the Chatham Courthouse. In 1831 Frederick J. Hill and Nathaniel Hill commissioned local builders Martin and Wesley Hanks to build a house of worship on lot number 1 on the Pittsboro town plan. The cornerstone for St Bartholomew's Church was laid in 1832. A year later, Bishop Ives consecrated the sanctuary, in which the congregation still worships. The structure was originally frame, but was veneered in brick in 1937. The sanctuary is said to be one of the earliest examples of Gothic Revival architecture in North Carolina. A marker recognizing the contributions of the Hill family to the Parish stands near the entrance to the sanctuary.

      Early parishioners at St. Bartholomew's consisted primarily of Episcopalian families who had come to Pittsboro from the lower Cape Fear and the African-Americans who served them as slaves. After the Civil War, a separate mission for "the colored people in Pittsboro" was established. St. James Mission was activated in 1883 and existed until 1968 when membership declined and the mission was decommissioned. At that time, many of the families who attended St. James joined St. Bartholomew's.

      St. Bartholomew's large graveyard surrounds the 1833 sanctuary. This well-maintained burial ground is beautified by graceful trees and plantings. Grave markers range from elaborate to simple fieldstones. A number of grave markers are signed by Fayetteville stonecutter, George Lauder, who also carved the baptismal font for the sanctuary. The work of several other stonecutters, including Gaddes, Baltimore; Charles Goodwin, Raleigh; D. Ritter, New Haven; Finney, Philadelphia; and W.C. Milligan, Wilmington, are also represented.

      The parish hall was added to the church in 1954, covering a portion of the old church yard that contained family plots for the Jones, Moore, Taylor and Roberts families, among others. Some of the tombstones were relocated and the rumor persists that others remain under the church addition.

      Many persons of historical significance are buried here. Interesting tidbits about many of them can be found in Jane Pyle's 2003 booklet, "St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Pittsboro NC: Map and Index of the Church Cemetery with Selected Biographical Sketches." Copies of that publication are available from the church: St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 204 W Salisbury St., Pittsboro, NC 27312-9483; (919) 542-5679, http://www.saint-barts.org.

      The Chatham County Historical Association would like to thank Martha Hope Smith and Jane Pyle for their meticulous transcription and organization of the parish records on burials, and Guy Arnold for his photographs of the gravestones.

      References:
      Little, M. Ruth. Sticks and Stones: Three Centuries of North Carolina Gravemarkers, UNC Press, 1998.
      Pyle, Jane. St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, Pittsboro NC Map and Index of the Church Cemetery with Selected Biographical Sketches, 2003.
      Smith, Martha Hope. "History of St. Bartholomew's Parish, Pittsboro NC, 1883-1983."

      Owner: Trustees of St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church.
      Legal Description: Parcel 62435. Deed for church was not found. Deed for Rectory: Book AD-492, 10 Oct 1836.
      Topo Quadrant: Pittsboro.
      Church owned: Yes. Denomination: Episcopal.
      Used: Yes.
      Number of graves: 578
      Cemetery size: 200' x 300'.
      White: Yes.
      Unrestricted access: Yes.
      Well maintained: Yes.
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Enclosed explanation: Stone and/or brick wall.
      Enclosed conditions: Good.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 550.
      Last burial: 2009
      First burial: 1828

      Significant events: Many people of historical significance are buried here. See "History of St. Bartholomew's Parish, Pittsboro NC, 1833-1983," by Martha Hope Smith, pp. 31-34..

      Last canvassed by: Martha Hope Smith, 1992-95; Will Heiser, 1996; Jane Pyle, 2001; Guy Arnold, 2010.


  1. Adney, Ruth Clementine (Shaw)   (b. 31 Jan 1845 - d. 29 Oct 1911)
      • Wife of Lt. Col. William Harvey Glenn Adney. Daughter of Boylston Shaw of Ohio. Footstone: RCG.
  2. Adney, William Harvey Glenn   (b. 24 Apr 1834 - d. 23 Jun 1885)
      • Husband of Ruth Clementine (Shaw) Adney. Lt. Col. 36th Ohio Vol. Inf. 1861-5. "To the memory of."
  3. Alotis, Barbara Brandeis   (b. 23 Jan 1934 - d. Reserved)
      • Husband of James Milton Alotis. "Love eternal."
  4. Alotis, Bella Jamie   (b. 10 Jul 1955 - d. 24 Jun 2002)
      • Beloved daughter of James and Geraldine Alotis.
  5. Alotis, James Milton   (b. 7 Mar 1918 - d. 24 Mar 2005)
      • Husband of Barbara Brandeis Alotis. "Love eternal."
  6. Anderson, Emily Canby   (b. 1890 - d. 1978)
      • Wife of Walter Thomas Anderson, M.D.
  7. Anderson, Sarah Douglas (Rencher)   (b. 19 Oct 1844 - d. 29 Nov 1934)
      • Wife of Col. Allen Latham Anderson. Daughter of Abraham and Louisa Jones Rencher. Footstone: SRA.
  8. Anderson, Walter Thomas, M.D.   (b. 16 Nov 1891 - d. 24 Jan 1965)
      • Husband of Emily (Canby) Anderson. 1st Lt. Medical Corps, World War I. American Legion marker.
  9. Aulik, Leonard D.   (b. 29 Dec 1922 - d. 4 Apr 2006)
      • Husband of Patricia W. Aulik
  10. Aulik, Patricia W.   (b. 14 Mar 1925 - d. Unknown)
      • Wife of Leonard D. Aulik.
  11. Baldwin, Barbara Gillespie   (b. 21 Jun 1918 - d. 13 Jun 1998)
  12. Barber [or Baker?], Laura Ann   (b. Unknown - d. Jan 1903)
      • No marker. Info from St. B Parish register, p. 228. Buried 3 Jan 1903.
  13. Barnwell, John G.   (b. 14 Sep 1948 - d. 26 May 1991)
      • Husband of Mary Lyon (Newcombe) Barnwell. "Devoted husband and father."
  14. Battle, Tamar Haughton (Manning)   (b. 5 Feb 1868 - d. 26 Oct 1891)
      • Wife of Gaston Battle of Cool Spring, Edgecombe Co. NC. Daughter of John and Louisa Manning. "Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep." Closeup of marker. Top of marker.
  15. Bell, Allie Peoples   (b. 9 Mar 1892 - d. 3 Feb 1969)
      • Wife of Daniel Long Bell.
  16. Bell, Daniel Long   (b. 15 Apr 1894 - d. 10 Sep 1969)
      • Husband of Allie Peoples Bell. American Legion marker.
  17. Bell, Elizabeth "Betty" McLin   (b. 26 Feb 1921 - d. 16 Mar 1995)
      • Daughter of Daniel L. Bell, Sr.
  18. Berry, Alman McKoy   (b. 1859 - d. 26 Sep 1876)
      • Son of William F. and Almira G. (McKoy) Berry. No marker. Died of diphtheria. Info from St. B register, page 211.
  19. Berry, Bessie Hill   (b. 17 Nov 1870 - d. 11 Sep 1876)
      • Daughter of William F. and Almira G. (McKoy) Berry. No marker. Died of diphtheria. Info from St. B register, page 211.
  20. Berry, Hall McKoy   (b. 17 Jan 1866 - d. 28 Apr 1866)
      • Son of William F. and Almira G. (McKoy) Berry. No marker. Died of dysentery. Info from St. B register, page 205.
  21. Berry, Henry London   (b. 6 May 1858 - d. Nov 1858)
      • Son of William F. and Almira G. (McKoy) Berry. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202. Buried 3 Nov 1858.
  22. Berry, John Hazel   (b. Nov 1867 - d. 10 Jan 1869)
      • Son of William F. and Almira G. (McKoy) Berry. No marker. "Caused by accidentally taking a dose of Aqua Ammonia." Info from St. B register. Page 207.
  23. Berry, William Frederick, M.D.   (b. 6 Nov 1828 - d. 20 Feb 1875)
      • Husband of Almira Georgiana (McKoy) Berry. Son of James Ancrum and Catherine Ann (Hill) Berry. CSA: Co M 15th NC Regt.
  24. Boudinot, William Elias, Capt.   (b. 17 Oct 1817 - d. 15 Mar 1889)
      • Husband of Eleonora Frink (Watters) Boudinot. CSN, USN. Orphaned, raised by Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Jones Hill.
  25. Boylan, William   (b. 2 Jul 1806 - d. 14 Oct 1828)
      • Son of William and Elizabeth Boylan. Closeup of marker.
  26. Brandes, Melba Sherman   (b. 14 Jun 1914 - d. 1 Mar 2001)
      • Wife of Paul D. Brandes. "And the life of the world to come. AMEN" Closeup of marker.
  27. Brandes, Paul D.   (b. 1920 - d. 1990)
      • Husband of Melba Brandes. Tec 3 US Army World War II. Closeup of marker.
  28. Brewer, Delana Gunter Marshall   (b. 10 Nov 1821 - d. 1 Oct 1905)
      • Wife of Abel Marshall and Green Brewer. "At rest."
  29. Brooks, Mary C.   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Daughter of William E. and Rosa (Sutphin) Brooks. Footstone: MCB only.
  30. Brooks, Rosa (Sutphin)   (b. 21 Sep 1878 - d. 6 Nov 1923)
      • Wife of William E. Brooks. Daughter of Robert L. and Mary J. Sutphin. "Wife, mother, friend." Brooks headstones face a thick privet hedge and were difficult to photograph.
  31. Brooks, Virginia Irene   (b. 1919 - d. 10 Jun 1920)
      • Daughter of William E. and Rosa (Sutphin) Brooks. Footstone: VIB only.
  32. Brooks, William E.   (b. 26 Jul 1861 - d. 6 Sep 1945)
      • Husband of Rosa (Sutphin) Brooks. Brooks headstones face a thick privet hedge and were difficult to photograph.
  33. Brooks, William Robert   (b. 1912 - d. Aug 1912)
      • Son of William E. and Rosa (Sutphin) Brooks. Footstone: WRB only.
  34. Brower, Charles Roddy   (b. 11 Apr 1920 - d. 25 Sep 1999)
      • 2nd Husband of Emily Taylor. Double headstone. He was called Roddy. Location row 13. Column I (new section).
  35. Brower, Emily Taylor   (b. 15 Feb 1905 - d. 12 Apr 1993)
      • Wife of Charles Roddy Brower.
  36. Brower, Richard Hadley   (b. 14 Jan 1931 - d. 29 Aug 1991)
      • "Esse Quam Videri."
  37. Brown, Nancy   (b. ca. 1824 - d. Abt Sep 1900)
      • Wife of Riley Brown. 76 years old. No marker. Info from St. Bartholomew's register, page 227.. Buried 23 Sep 1900. Reported in Chatham Record, 27 Sep 1900.
  38. Buckner, Irene (Sutphin)   (b. 1893 - d. 24 Jun 1967)
      • Daughter of Robert L. and Mary J. Sutphin.
  39. Butler, Edward H. DD   (b. 1848 - d. 1931)
      • "In memory of." "Deacon in charge of St. James Mission 1883-1886." This is most likely a memorial stone. Mr. Butler is probably buried in the St. James cemetery, although no stone was found for him there.
  40. Calvert, Martha "Mattie" E. (Ihrie)   (b. 15 Dec 1868 - d. 28 Oct 1938)
      • Wife of William J. Calvert. "The pure in heart shall see God." Born and died in Pittsboro. Footstone MEIC.
  41. Calvert, Mary Haughton   (b. 1 Sep 1897 - d. 23 Aug 1908)
      • Daughter of William J. and Martha E. (Ihrie) Calvert. "Of such is the kingdom of Heaven."
  42. Calvert, William J.   (b. 1 Jun 1861 - d. 6 Apr 1924)
      • Husband of Martha E. (Ihrie) Calvert. "Who through faith and patience inherit the promises. Heb. 6:12." Footstone: WJC. Born in Neots near York England. Died in Portsmouth VA.
  43. Caudell, Floyd Alfred 'Fred'   (b. Unknown - d. 30 Jul 1968)
      • Husband of Jeanette (Irvin) Caudell. Solid block.
  44. Cobia, Daniel   (b. Unknown - d. 8 Mar 1838)
      • Infant son of Rev. Daniel and Louisa (Hooper) Cobia. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200. Buried 10 Mar 1838.
  45. Colton, Emily (Guthrie)   (b. 30 Mar 1835 - d. 7 Aug 1859)
      • Wife of James H. Colton. Daughter of John S. Guthrie. Footstone: E.C. Signed Lauder.
  46. Coolidge, (Girl)   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Daughter of Bill and Cathy Coolidge. Ashes moved to St. Bartholomew's. Original marker's teddy bear-- has been removed.
  47. Cordon, Betsey [Betty Louise] London   (b. 10 May 1888 - d. 29 Oct 1967)
      • Wife of James H. Cordon. Daughter of Henry Armand and Bettie (Jackson) London. "Well done, thou good and faithful servant." Footstone: BLC.
  48. Cordon, James H.   (b. 29 Sep 1888 - d. 16 Nov 1929)
      • Husband of Betty Louise (London) Cordon. Son of Rev. James H. and Martha Fowle (Telfair) Cordon. "Only son." "His life was filled with the sunlight of God's love and reflected in unselfish deeds." "And the spirit shall return unto God who gave it." Footstone: JHC. Backside of marker.
  49. Cordon, James T.   (b. 1 Dec 1913 - d. 3 May 1978)
      • Lt. US Navy World War II.
  50. Cordon, James Telfair, Jr.   (b. 1 Feb 1946 - d. 29 Mar 2000)
      • Son of James Telfair Cordon. "Devoted Son Brother and Beloved Friend." Location row 1. Column G (old cemetery).
  51. Cordrey, Richard Lee, Sr.   (b. 29 Nov 1946 - d. 22 Jan 2007)
      • US Navy Vietnam
  52. Cowan, Henry Mauger   (b. 1855 - d. Aug 1896)
      • Son of Thomas and Mary Ashe (London) Cowan. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 225. Buried 30 Aug 1896.
  53. Cowan, Mary Ashe (London)   (b. 8 Jun 1814 - d. 18 Apr 1880)
      • 2nd Wife of Thomas Cowan. Daughter of John and Ann Mauger London. Born in Wilmington, NC. Died in Pittsboro, Sunday morning in the 66th year of her age. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God."
  54. Cowan, Mary London Haughton   (b. 20 Nov 1877 - d. 15 Apr 1879)
      • Daughter of Robert H. and Ida (Haughton) Cowan. "This little lamb the Shepherd called, To nestle in His fold above." Footstone: MLC.
  55. Cowan, Thomas   (b. 1804 - d. May 1883)
      • Husband of Mary Ash (London) Cowan. Info from St. B register, page 216. "Age 79. The faith of the just is as a shining light; that shineth more and more until the perfect day." Buried 26 May 1883. Note the discrepancy between the dates in the register (b. 6 Jun 1814 - d. 18 Apr 1880) and those on the marker. Closeup of marker.
  56. Crump, Emily, Mrs.   (b. 1818 - d. 6 Oct 1886)
      • Mother of Capt. John J. Crump. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 220. "Aged 68 years."
  57. Crump, John J., Capt.   (b. 1838 - d. Oct 1917)
      • Son of Mrs. Emily Crump. CSA Co E 44 NC Inf.
  58. Culver, Ethel Jennings   (b. 19 Apr 1886 - d. 19 Feb 1971)
  59. Davis, Frederick Sobieski   (b. Abt 1818 - d. 22 Oct 1874)
      • Husband of Elizabeth (from 1850 census), Margaret B. (named in 1875 register) and Lucy J. (d. 1862). The stone corners of what is believed to be the Davis plot bear center scars of fence rods - the fence having been taken away by government workers during the depression. An old photograph of the plot shows a delicate wrought-iron fence. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 209.
  60. Davis, Jane   (b. Abt 1849 - d. Dec 1883)
      • Daughter of Frederick S. and Elizabeth Davis. No Marker; Davis plot. Info from St. Bartholomew's Parish Register, page 217. Buried 26 Dec 1883.
  61. Davis, Lizzie Watters   (b. 17 Mar 1874 - d. 19 Jul 1875)
      • Daughter of Frederick S. and Margaret B. Davis. Davis Plot. Info from St. B. Parish Register, page 210. "Died of teething." No marker.
  62. Davis, Lucy J.   (b. Unknown - d. Jul 1862)
      • Wife of Frederick S. Davis. Davis Plot. Died in childbirth; info from St. B. Parish Register, page 203. No marker.
  63. Davis, Tracy Lynn   (b. 5 May 1972 - d. 2 Aug 2009)
  64. Dawson, Collins Taylor   (b. 26 Jul 1920 - d. 16 Jan 1995)
      • Husband of Helen (Hays) and Joyce (McDaniel) Dawson. Major US Army World War II Korea
  65. Dawson, George R.   (b. 12 Nov 1892 - d. 20 Nov 1966)
      • Husband of Mary Taylor Dawson. Colonel NC Inf USAR World War I.
  66. Dawson, Helen (Hays)   (b. 13 Aug 1916 - d. 2 Dec 1989)
      • 1st Wife of Collins Taylor Dawson.
  67. Dawson, Joyce McDaniel   (b. 28 Oct 1920 - d. 19 Apr 1995)
      • Wife of Chester M. McDaniel and Collins Taylor Dawson.
  68. Dawson, Mary Taylor   (b. 24 Apr 1893 - d. 29 Mar 1973)
      • Wife of George R. Dawson.
  69. Denson, Claude Ashburn   (b. 27 Aug 1866 - d. 23 Oct 1873)
      • Son of John Claudius B. and Margaret M. (Cowan) Denson. Footstone: CAD.
  70. Denson, Claude Baker   (b. 27 Jul 1878 - d. 18 May 1955)
      • Husband of Gertrude (Satterfield) Denson.
  71. Denson, Gertrude (Satterfield)   (b. 13 Nov 1877 - d. 16 Oct 1967)
      • Wife of Claude Baker Denson.
  72. Denson, John Claudius Baker, Capt.   (b. 29 Sep 1837 - d. 15 Jan 1903)
  73. Denson, Margaret Matilda (Cowan)   (b. 28 Jan 1836 - d. 7 Mar 1923)
      • Wife of Capt. John Claudius Baker Denson. Daughter of Thomas and Mary Ashe (London) Cowan. Footstone: MMD.
  74. Denson, Mary Ashe Baker   (b. 26 Apr 1874 - d. 2 Aug 1972)
      • Daughter of John Claudius B. and Margaret M. (Cowan) Denson.
  75. Denson, Sarah Sage "Daisy"   (b. 1 Dec 1863 - d. 17 Jul 1952)
      • Daughter of John Claudius B. and Margaret M. (Cowan) Denson. Footstone: SSD.
  76. Denson, Thomas Cowan   (b. 18 Feb 1868 - d. 5 Aug 1929)
      • Son of John Claudius B. and Margaret M. (Cowan) Denson. Footstone: TCD.
  77. DeRossett, Sarah Eliza, Mrs.   (b. Abt 1795 - d. 12 Jan 1863)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 203. "Mrs. Sarah Eliza DeRosset of Wilmington died of consumption 12 Jan 1863, aged 58 years."
  78. Drake, John William   (b. 2 Feb 1897 - d. 5 Apr 1979)
  79. Drake, Josephine Glasgow (King)   (b. 21 May 1899 - d. 20 Oct 1973)
  80. Drake, Robert Allen   (b. 8 Dec 1926 - d. 13 Jul 2006)
      • Husband of Sarah Allen Drake
  81. Drake, Sarah Allen   (b. 23 Jan 1930 - d. Reserved)
      • Wife of Robert Allen Drake
  82. Earnest, David Bush, Rev.   (b. 28 Nov 1927 - d. 10 Nov 1999)
      • Husband of Sally Earnest. "Matt: 25: 34-40." Interim rector, St Bartholomew's c. 1995. Location row 44. Column A (new section).
  83. Emery, Julia Rebecca   (b. 1 Dec 1834 - d. 2 Jun 1873)
      • Wife of Thomas R. Emery of Chapel Hill, NC. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 209. "Died of consumption."
  84. Emery, Mary Moore   (b. Unknown - d. May 1858)
      • Infant daughter of Thomas and Julia R. Emery. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202. Buried 7 May 1858.
  85. Emery, Sallie   (b. Unknown - d. Jul 1862)
      • Daughter of Thomas R. and Julia Emery. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202. "Died teething."
  86. Eubanks, Infant   (b. Unknown - d. Abt 1873)
      • Infant of Robert G. and ?? Eubanks. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 209.
  87. Eubanks, Mary Belle   (b. 3 Apr 1877 - d. 3 Mar 1901)
      • Daughter of Robert Geo. and Missouri Benton Tuck Eubanks. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." Footstone: MBE.
  88. Eubanks, Missouri Tuck (Benton)   (b. 1835 - d. Jan 1893)
      • Wife of Robert George Eubanks. "Asleep in Jesus."
  89. Eubanks, Robert George   (b. 1828 - d. 1896)
      • Husband of Missouri Tuck (Benton) Eubanks. "Sacred to the Memory of."
  90. Faucette, Alice H.   (b. Abt 1847 - d. Sep 1852)
      • Daughter of Robert and Leticia Faucette. Info from St. B Parish register, page 201. No marker. Probably buried under later addition to the church. "Aged between 4 to 5 years." Buried 23 Sep 1852.
  91. Faucette, Chesley Farrar   (b. Unknown - d. Aug 1842)
      • Son of Robert and Leticia Faucette. Info from St. B Parish register, page 201. No marker. Probably buried under later addition to the church. Buried 2 Aug 1842.
  92. Faucette, Henry Haywood   (b. Abt 1830 - d. Nov 1847)
      • Son of Robert and Leticia Faucette. Info from St. B Parish register, page 201. No marker. Probably buried under later addition to the church. "Aged 17 years." Buried 19 Nov 1847.
  93. Faucette, James Robert   (b. 5 Mar 1845 - d. 13 Apr 1869)
      • Son of Robert and Leticia Faucette. Info from St. B Parish register, page 207. No marker. Probably buried under later addition to the church.
  94. Faucette, Leticia   (b. Abt 1810 - d. Mar 1883)
      • Wife of Robert Faucette. No Marker. Info from St. Bartholomew's Parish Register, page 216. "Aged 73 years. Lived at James Ferrall's 8 miles from Pittsboro." Grave is probably under later addition to church.
  95. Faucette, Peggie Scott   (b. 27 Feb 1843 - d. 27 Jun 1860)
      • Daughter of Robert and Leticia Faucette. Info from St. B Parish register, page 202. No marker. Probably buried under later addition to the church.
  96. Faucette, Robert   (b. Abt 1796 - d. Dec 1878)
      • Husband of Leticia Faucette. No Marker. Info from St. B register, page 213. "Aged 82 years; of Haywood." (Census shows merchant.) Probably buried under later addition to church. Buried 18 Dec 1878.
  97. Faucette, Rufus Wall   (b. Unknown - d. Feb 1835)
      • Infant son of Robert and Leticia Faucette. Info from St. B Parish register, page 200. No marker. Probably buried under later addition to the church. Buried 8 Feb 1835.
  98. Fitchett, Albert Ellis   (b. 28 Sep 1902 - d. 13 Feb 1982)
      • Husband of Eva Roberta (Culver) Fitchett.
  99. Fitchett, Eva Roberta (Culver)   (b. 30 Nov 1909 - d. 7 Sep 1999)
      • Wife of Albert Ellis Fitchett.
  100. Foster, Mary Ellen Sturdevant   (b. 31 Mar 1918 - d. 11 Oct 1995)
      • Wife of Robert Wilson Foster. Double headstone. Row 48. Column J (New section). Footstone: MEF.
  101. Foster, Robert Wilson   (b. 22 Jul1918 - d. 20 May 2006)
      • Husband of Mary Ellen Sturdevant Foster. Double headstone. Footstone: RWF. Row 48. Column J (New section).
  102. Foushee, Charles R.   (b. 22 Oct 1848 - d. 16 Feb 1850)
      • Son of Dr. Robert F. and Emeline (Newman) Foushee. "In memory of." Footstone: CRF.
  103. Fredricksen, Norman   (b. 20 Jan 1890 - d. 30 Jun 1933)
      • Brother of Martha Elizabeth (F.) Shannonhouse. "And the spirit shall return unto God who gave it." Masonic emblem. Closeup of marker.
  104. Glenn, Ruth Clementine Shaw   (b. 31 Jan 1845 - d. 29 Oct 1911)
      • Wife of William Harvey Glenn.
  105. Glenn, William Harvey, Lieut. Col.   (b. 24 Apr 1834 - d. 23 Jun 1885)
      • Husband of Ruth Clementine Shaw Glenn. "36th Ohio volunteer infantry 1801-1805." "In memory of"
  106. Gould, Ethel Van A. M.   (b. Unknown - d. 6 Oct 1964)
  107. Greene, Julia C.   (b. 1779 - d. 11 Jan 1864)
      • Wife of Dr. Henry Greene. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 204. "Relict [widow] of Dr. Henry Greene late of Albany NY, born 1779, died of pneumonia."
  108. Guthrie, John S.   (b. 14 Oct 1803 - d. 19 Sep 1845)
      • Husband of E. Guthrie. Footstone: JSG.
  109. Hall, Ann   (b. Unknown - d. Jul 1839)
      • Infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hall. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200.
  110. Hall, Eliza, Mrs.   (b. Unknown - d. Nov 1881)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 215.
  111. Hamlin, Mary Jackson (Martin)   (b. 7 Feb 1820 - d. 23 Jul 1885)
      • Wife of Charles Hamlin. Daughter of S.S. and E.K. Jackson. "A zealous member of the Episcopal church." "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord." Footstone: MJ. Closeup of marker.
  112. Hammock, George Sidney Langhorn Bumpass   (b. 20 Oct 1838 - d. 29 Jan 1887)
      • Husband of Julia Hammock. Son of John and J. Hammock. CSA Co D 35th NC Regt.
  113. Harris, Ann Virginia   (b. Abt 1946 - d. 16 Sep 2012)
      • Wife of Unknown Jennings. Daughter of Joseph Pritchett Harris and Lois Seagroves Harris Moore.
  114. Harris, Edith Melvin   (b. 19 May 1916 - d. 25 Oct 1994)
      • "Mother"
  115. Harris, James Benjamin   (b. 7 Nov 1918 - d. 26 Oct 1975)
      • Col. US Army World War II Korea Vietnam.
  116. Harris, John Robert   (b. 22 Nov 1924 - d. 24 Aug 1999)
      • Brother of William Harris. Row 27. Column K (new section).
  117. Harris, Joseph Pritchett   (b. 14 Jun 1921 - d. 25 Apr 1962)
      • Husband of Lois Seagroves Harris. NC PFC Trp C 68 Constab Sq. World War II.
  118. Harris, Marie J.   (b. 7 Feb 1927 - d. 12 Jan 1996)
      • Row 26. Column K (new section).
  119. Harris, Thomas Cooper, Jr.   (b. 28 May 1917 - d. 19 Sep 1981)
      • PVT US Army World War II. Died in VA Hospital, Durham.
  120. Harris, Thomas Cooper, Sr.   (b. 15 Feb 1881 - d. 25 May 1945)
      • "The strife is o'er, the battle won." Footstone: Father.
  121. Harris, William Sutphin   (b. 3 May 1920 - d. 10 Sep 2003)
  122. Harris, Willie Pansey (Sutphin)   (b. 19 Feb 1887 - d. 23 Jun 1955)
      • "The strife is o'er, the battle won." Footstone: Mother.
  123. Hatch, Sherry Griffing   (b. 18 Jan 1937 - d. 6 Jun 1983)
      • Wife of Edwin B. Hatch. "Why seek the living among the dead? She is not here but is risen!" "Peace be with you." Row 22. Column K (L) New section.
  124. Haughton, Alice   (b. Unknown - d. 26 Feb 1864)
      • Wife of John H. Haughton. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 204. "died - very suddenly of what was supposed to be heart disease after pneumonia."
  125. Haughton, Anne Mauger (London)   (b. 6 Jul 1835 - d. 16 Feb 1916)
      • 3rd wife of Lawrence J. Haughton. "The strife is o'er, the battle done, the victory of life is won." Closeup of marker.
  126. Haughton, Arthur Lawrence   (b. 3 Jan 1856 - d. 18 Feb 1863)
      • Son of John Hooker and Eliza Alice (Hill) Haughton. "It is well with the child." Footstone: ALH.
  127. Haughton, Edgar Leary   (b. 25 Feb 1855 - d. 23 Apr 1908)
      • Son of Lawrence J. and Martha Ann (Harris) Haughton. Born at Gulf. Died in Pollocksville. Footstone: ELH.
  128. Haughton, Eliza Alice (Hill)   (b. 3 May 1812 - d. 27 Feb 1864)
      • 2nd Wife of John Hooker Haughton. Daughter of Col. Thomas Hill. "And so He giveth His beloved sleep." Born near Wilmington. Died in Pittsboro. Closeup of marker.
  129. Haughton, Hortense   (b. 1870 - d. 22 Jul 1892)
      • Daughter of Lawrence J. and Martha Ann (Harris) Haughton. "Simply to Thy Cross I cling" "He shall give his angels charge over thee." Backside inscription.
  130. Haughton, Jannette   (b. 2 Aug 1859 - d. 25 May 1913)
      • Daughter of Lawrence J. and Martha Ann (Harris) Haughton. Born at Gulf. Died at Pittsboro. Haughton Family marker.
  131. Haughton, John Hooker   (b. 29 Aug 1810 - d. 30 May 1876)
      • Husband of Mary A. (Williams), Eliza A. (Hill) and (Marvey). Son of John and Mary Ryan (Hooker) Haughton. Born near Edenton NC. Died in Pittsboro NC. "Hope is the anchor of the soul." Closeup of marker. To Our Parents.
  132. Haughton, John Robert   (b. 10 Jun 1845 - d. 10 Jul 1864)
      • Son of John Hooker and Eliza Alice (Hill) Haughton. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." Footstone: JRH. Closeup of marker.
  133. Haughton, Lawrence J.   (b. Mar 1818 - d. 3 Apr 1898)
      • Husband of Anne Mauger (London) Haughton. "Entered into life eternal." Aged 80 years. Footstone: LJH. Closeup of marker.
  134. Haughton, Susannah Mosely   (b. 25 Aug 1846 - d. 14 May 1859)
      • Daughter of John H. and Eliza Alice (Hill) Haughton. "A child of God." Footstone: SMH. Closeup of marker.
  135. Hill, Azile Matilda   (b. 25 Sep 1879 - d. 10 Jan 1947)
      • Daughter of Nathaniel Moore and Camilla (Ihrie) Hill. "....glorious hope of a Blissful Immortality." Footstone: AMH.
  136. Hill, Camilla (Ihrie)   (b. 9 Feb 1856 - d. 18 May 1935)
      • Wife of Nathaniel Moore Hill. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord for to her is granted to be arrayed in fine linen, clean and white. Rev 14:13." Footstone: CIH.
  137. Hill, Catherine D. (Toomer)   (b. 19 Oct 1826 - d. 27 Jan 1897)
      • Wife of Nathaniel Moore Hill. Daughter of Judge John D. Toomer. Footstone: CTH.
  138. Hill, Catherine Toomer   (b. 27 Sep 1881 - d. 5 Aug 1899)
      • Daughter of Nathaniel Moore and Camilla (Ihrie) Hill. "In loving memory of." "Second daughter of." "Fell asleep." Footstone: CTH.
  139. Hill, Eliza Yeaman (Toomer)   (b. 1815 - d. 29 Dec 1881)
      • Wife of Thomas Hill. Aged 65 years. Closeup of marker.
  140. Hill, Fred Swan   (b. 14 Mar 1858 - d. 11 Jan 1908)
      • Footstone: FSH.
  141. Hill, Ivey   (b. 5 Dec 1866 - d. 6 Sep 1932)
      • Son of Nathaniel M. and Catherine D. (Toomer) Hill. "In loving memory of." "Youngest son." Footstone: IH.
  142. Hill, John Toomer   (b. 30 Apr 1855 - d. 15 Mar 1860)
  143. Hill, Joseph Alston   (b. 28 Apr 1844 - d. 14 Dec 1862)
      • Son of Thomas and Eliza Yeaman (Toomer) Hill. Lt. CSA Killed at Kinston, NC, aged 18 years. From St. B register, page 203: "Killed in the battle of Kinston 14 Dec 1862, acting as Capt of a company of conscripts. Eldest son of." Closeup of marker.
  144. Hill, Lillie Haines   (b. Unknown - d. 7 Jul 1968)
      • Daughter of Nathaniel Moore and Camilla (Ihrie) Hill. "Sacred to the Memory of." A Missionary in this Diocese for 50 years. Closeup of marker.
  145. Hill, Mary   (b. Abt 1811 - d. 31 Aug 1889)
      • Wife of Arthur Hill. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 222. "Widow of the late Arthur Hill, Esq. Aged 78 years."
  146. Hill, Nathaniel M.   (b. Abt 1814 - d. 14 Apr 1871)
      • Husband of Catherine D. (Toomer) Hill. "In memory of." Age 57 years. Signed Lauder, Fayett. Footstone: NMH. Closeup of marker.
  147. Hill, Nathaniel Moore   (b. 6 Apr 1853 - d. 12 Jul 1924)
      • Husband of Camilla (Ihrie) Hill. Born in Pittsboro. Died in Pittsboro. "And the spirit shall return unto God who gave it" "Eccl. 12:7."
  148. Hill, Ross Ihrie   (b. 30 Jul 1877 - d. 6 Aug 1898)
      • Son of Nathaniel Moore and Camilla (Ihrie) Hill. "Simply to Thy Cross I cling." Footstone: RIH.
  149. Hill, Sallie Catherine   (b. 6 Apr 1842 - d. 22 Jul 1863)
      • Daughter of Thomas and Eliza Yeaman (Toomer) Hill. Aged 21 years.
  150. Hill, Sarah Julia   (b. 9 Jun 1859 - d. 24 Feb 1902)
      • Daughter of Nathaniel Moore and Catherine D. (Toomer) Hill. "In loving memory of." Footstone: SJH.
  151. Hill, Thomas   (b. 1802 - d. 18 Feb 1868)
      • Husband of Eliza Yeaman (Toomer) Hill. Aged 66 years. Closeup of marker.
  152. Hill, Thomas   (b. Unknown - d. 30 Oct 1892)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 224 reads: "Mr. Thomas Hill aged adult died 30 Oct 1892. Buried by his father in St. Bart. Church yard. C.T. Bland"
  153. Holmes, Hardy Lucian   (b. Abt 1797 - d. 25 Jan 1871)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 207. "Of Haywood; aged 73 years."
  154. Hooper, Maclaine   (b. 11 Jul 1827 - d. 15 Nov 1841)
      • Shares stone with siblings Mary Charlotte Hooper and Anna Louisa Roberts - all children of Archibald Maclaine and Charlotte DeBerniere Hooper. "He was sorely afflicted, but soon released." Aged 15 years. Closeup of marker.
  155. Hooper, Mary Charlotte   (b. 1818 - d. 26 Aug 1837)
      • Shares stone with siblings Maclaine Hooper and Anna Louisa Roberts - all children of Archibald Maclaine and Charlotte DeBerniere Hooper. "In these two sisters, surpassing beauty of person was enhanced by the most lovely character, brilliant mind, and fervent piety." Closeup of marker.
  156. Horne, James J.   (b. 25 Jan 1797 - d. 3 Sep 1844)
  157. Horne, James W.   (b. 25 Feb 1837 - d. 13 Oct 1864)
      • Son of James J. and Celia O. Horne. "A tribute of fraternal affection to the memory of." Born in Pittsboro, NC. Died at Kittrell's Springs Hospital, NC.
  158. Horne, Mary E.   (b. 20 Dec 1828 - d. 6 Mar 1835)
      • Daughter of James J. and Celia O. Horne. Footstone: MEH.
  159. Howze, Margaret   (b. Unknown - d. 31 May 1862)
      • Wife of Benjamin J. Howze, Esq. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202.
  160. Huff, Henry S.   (b. 22 May 1911 - d. 14 Jul 1991)
  161. Huff, Patricia (Perry)   (b. 4 Oct 1922 - d. 9 Jan 1986)
  162. Hunt, John William, Capt.   (b. 14 Sep 1873 - d. 30 Jun 1932)
      • Captain. Footstone: JWH.
  163. Hunt, Mary Ellis   (b. 17 Dec 1878 - d. 18 Jul 1958)
      • Footstone: MEH.
  164. Ihrie, Annie Lawrence "Laurie"   (b. 16 Sep 1860 - d. 30 Oct 1860)
      • Daughter of Ross R. and Mary Ann (Haughton) Ihrie. Footstone: ALI.
  165. Ihrie, Henry "Harry" Ross   (b. 24 May 1873 - d. 23 Dec 1928)
      • Son of Ross R. and Mary Ann Ihrie. Footstone: HRI. Top view of marker.
  166. Ihrie, John Haughton, D.D.S.   (b. 28 Feb 1871 - d. 11 Aug 1945)
      • Husband of Margaret J. (Strange) and H. (Moore) Ihrie. Footstone: JHI. Dentist.
  167. Ihrie, Josephine Moore   (b. 1 Oct 1910 - d. 23 Nov 1911)
      • Daughter of John Haughton and H. Moore Ihrie. "Of such is the kingdom of Heaven."
  168. Ihrie, Kirkland Strange   (b. 21 Jul 1901 - d. 23 Jul 1901)
      • Son of John Haughton and Margaret Jane (Strange) Ihrie. "Asleep in Jesus." "Aged 2 days." Closeup of marker.
  169. Ihrie, Margaret "Maggie" Jane (Strange)   (b. 11 Jul 1872 - d. 6 Jul 1908)
      • 1st Wife of Dr. John Haughton Ihrie. Daughter of French and Mary Louise (Haughton) Strange. "Simply to Thy Cross I cling." Footstone: SI. Closeup of marker.
  170. Ihrie, Mary Ann (Haughton)   (b. 6 Aug 1835 - d. 13 Oct 1901)
      • Wife of Ross R. Ihrie. Daughter of John H. and Mary Ann (Williams) Haughton. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." Footstone: MAI. 20 Oct 1901 St. B register entry reads, "Mrs. Mary Ann Ihrie was this day buried by Rector of St. Bartholomew's in St. Barth. grave yard. A great loss to the parish. Chas. T. Bland, Rector." Closeup of marker.
  171. Ihrie, Peter   (b. 20 Jun 1858 - d. 12 Aug 1881)
      • Husband of Carrie (Poe) Ihrie. Son of Ross R. and Mary Ann (Haughton) Ihrie. "They shall be mine saith The Lord of Hosts in that day when I make up my jewels." Carrie Poe was daughter of Oran S. Poe, bur. at Pittsboro Presbyterian Church. Closeup of marker.
  172. Ihrie, Ross R., Jr.   (b. 7 Aug 1866 - d. 23 Nov 1869)
      • Son of Ross R. and Mary Ann (Haughton) Ihrie. "Second son." Footstone: RI.
  173. Ihrie, Ross R., M.D.   (b. 24 Mar 1828 - d. 28 Jun 1889)
      • Husband of Mary Ann (Haughton) Ihrie. Son of General Peter and Camilla Ihrie. Lt.Col. of Confederate States: 15th NC Regt. 49th Regt. NC Militia, Asst. Surgeon. "And what doth The Lord require of thou, but to do justly and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God." Born in Easton Pa. Died in Pittsboro. Closeup of marker. Footstone: RRI.
  174. Ihrie, Walter   (b. 17 Jun 1875 - d. 11 Sep 1876)
      • Son of Ross R. and Mary Ann (Haughton) Ihrie. Fifth son. Footstone: WI.
  175. Jackson, Bettie Kinchen   (b. 16 Sep 1830 - d. 18 Jun 1853)
      • Daughter of Samuel Spencer and Elizabeth Kinchen Jackson. Footstone: BKJ.
  176. Jackson, Caroline Martitia   (b. 19 Jan 1856 - d. 22 Sep 1954)
      • Daughter of Joseph John and Lucy Jane (W.) Jackson. "With long life will I satisfy Him and show Him my salvation." Footstone: CMJ.
  177. Jackson, Elizabeth Kinchen   (b. 19 Oct 1790 - d. 14 Nov 1874)
      • Wife of Samuel Spencer Jackson. "She is not dead, but sleepeth" "In the 84th year of her age." "Then shall the Ring say to them on its right hand, come ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world." Closeup of marker. Top carving of marker. Footstone: EKJ.
  178. Jackson, Frances "Fanny" Wilson   (b. 18 Mar 1828 - d. 15 Oct 1842)
      • Daughter of Samuel Spencer and Elizabeth Kinchen Jackson.
  179. Jackson, Hamilton Calhoun, Dr.   (b. 3 Feb 1836 - d. 20 Jun 1887)
      • Son of Samuel Spencer and Elizabeth Kinchen Jackson. "He was greatly beloved as a physician; was a zealous member of the Methodist church; was called away while at his post of duty, administering to the afflicted." Closeup of marker. Footstone: HCJ.
  180. Jackson, Jonathan Worth   (b. 3 Mar 1859 - d. 19 Dec 1919)
  181. Jackson, Joseph John   (b. 22 Mar 1817 - d. 7 Dec 1902)
      • Husband of Lucy Jane (Worth) Jackson. "With long life will I satisfy Him and she281-561w Him my salvation." "At rest." Closeup of marker. Closeup of marker. Footstone: JJJ.
  182. Jackson, Lucy Jane (Worth)   (b. 24 Jul 1828 - d. 1 Jan 1909)
      • Wife of Joseph John Jackson. "Her life was filled with the sunlight of God's love and reflected in unselfish deeds." Born in Asheboro. Died in Pittsboro. Closeup of marker. Footstone: LWJ.
  183. Jackson, Samuel Spencer   (b. 10 Mar 1787 - d. Dec 1856)
  184. Jackson, Samuel Spencer, II   (b. 3 Jan 1865 - d. 22 Aug 1930)
  185. Jackson, Sarah Corinne (Worth) R.   (b. 31 Jan 1839 - d. 10 Oct 1913)
      • Wife of Dr. W. C. Roberts (marriage 23 Mar 1864) and Dr. Hamilton C. Jackson (marriage 29 Jul 1874). Daughter of Gov. Jonathan and Martitia Worth. "Asleep in Jesus." "To my devoted mother." Closeup of marker. Footstone: SCJ.
  186. Jenkins, Gordon S.   (b. Abt 1948 - d. 15 Dec 2012)
      • Age 64.
  187. Jenkins, H. Louise   (b. 23 Nov 1925 - d. 1 Mar 2001)
  188. Jennings, Tanya Kay   (b. 19 Oct 1971 - d. 7 Aug 1999)
      • "Beloved daughter and sister among the stars."
  189. Jerome, Camelia R. (London)   (b. 7 Feb 1896 - d. 18 Jul 1977)
      • Wife of Fred Duncan Jerome. Married 5 Oct 1922. Daughter of Henry Armand and Bettie Louisa (Jackson) London. Footstone: CLJ. Closeup of marker. Backside of marker.
  190. Jerome, Fred Duncan   (b. 27 Apr 1893 - d. 4 Feb 1963)
      • Husband of Camelia Rutherford (London) Jerome. Son of Rev. Conder Parson and Flora Gray Jerome. Footstone: FDJ.
  191. Jerome, Henry London   (b. 19 Aug 1926 - d. 25 Feb 2001)
      • S2 US Navy T SGT US Army World War II Korea
  192. Jerome, Katherine Burnett   (b. 18 Dec 1924 - d. 24 Jan 1995)
      • Beloved wife of Fred D. Jerome. Mother of Catherine Lee Jerome and Camelia London Jerome.
  193. Johnson, Child   (b. May 1921 - d. May 1921)
      • Child of Victor R. and Nellie Radcliff (Pilkington) Johnson No marker.
  194. Johnson, Faye F.   (b. 26 Jun 1927 - d. Reserved)
      • Wife of George Pilkington Johnson. "The Lord is my Shepherd." Footstone: FFJ.
  195. Johnson, George Pilkington   (b. 15 Feb 1925 - d. 22 Aug 1990)
      • Husband of Faye (Farrior) Johnson. Son of Victor R. and Nellie (Pilkington) Johnson. "The Lord is my Shepherd." Footstone: GPJ.
  196. Johnson, Nellie Radcliff (Pilkington)   (b. 3 May 1893 - d. 27 May 1967)
      • Wife of Victor Richardson Johnson. Daughter of George R. and Ellen Eubanks Pilkington. "Loyal wife, mother and friend." "A responsible leader sustained by her God and church." "An inspiration to all." Footstone: NPJ.
  197. Johnson, Victor Richardson   (b. 18 Jul 1893 - d. 29 Jun 1949)
      • Husband of Nellie Radcliff (Pilkington) Johnson. "Devoted husband and father." "Faithful to every trust." Footstone: VRJ.
  198. Jones, Duponceau Devereux   (b. 6 Oct 1809 - d. 14 Nov 1832)
      • Son of Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Mallett) Jones. Born at Rock Rest. Died at Pittsborough.
  199. Jones, Edward Bolene   (b. 9 Apr 1927 - d. 19 May 1998)
      • BTG3 US Navy Korea. Row 40. Column C - New section.
  200. Jones, Edward Stuart   (b. Abt 1845 - d. 16 May 1864)
      • Age 18. Son of Dr. Johnston Blakeley Jones and Polly Ann Jones of Chapel Hill. Sgt-Major, 26th NC Regt. Wounded on 6 May 1864 in the Battle of the Wilderness, VA. Died on 16 May 1864 after having his leg amputated above the knee. He died "in the enemy's hospital on the battlefield." His body was recovered by his father and brought home for interment. Date of death from the 13 June 1864 Fayetteville Observer. The Sept-Oct 1864 muster roll for NC 26 Co. C that indicates a different death date as follows: "died in the hands of the enemy 19 May 1864."
  201. Jones, Edward, Col.   (b. 10 Mar 1762 - d. 8 Aug 1841)
      • Husband of Mary Elizabeth (Mallett) Jones. Son of Dr. Conway and Mary Wray (Todd) Jones. Born at Lisburn Ireland. Came to the United States in 1783. Died at Pittsborough.
  202. Jones, Eunice Sarah   (b. 30 Apr 1804 - d. 27 Dec 1805)
      • Daughter of Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Mallett) Jones. Shares stone with siblings: John Haywood, Peter Stephen, and Peter Duponceau. Name and dates appear on mother's stone, but 1805 date of death - well before the church was established-- suggests that burial was probably at Rock Rest. Closeup of marker.
  203. Jones, Henrietta   (b. Unknown - d. Oct 1840)
      • Infant of Murphy and H. Jones. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200. Buried 29 Oct 1840.
  204. Jones, John Haywood   (b. 8 Sep 1795 - d. 4 Mar 1796)
      • Son of Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Mallett) Jones. Shares stone with siblings: Eunice Sarah, Peter Stephen, and Peter Duponceau. Name and dates appear on mother's stone, but 1796 date of death - well before the church was established-- suggests that burial was probably at Rock Rest. Closeup of marker.
  205. Jones, Mary Ann Stuart (Polly Ann)   (b. Unknown - d. Sep 1865)
      • Wife of Dr. Johnston Blakeley Jones of Chapel Hill. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 205. "[Died] very suddenly - cause unknown." Buried 10 Sep 1865.
  206. Jones, Mary Elizabeth (Mallett)   (b. 5 Jun 1773 - d. 26 Jan 1837)
      • Wife of Edward Jones. Daughter of Peter and Eunice Curtis Mallett. Born at Stratford, Conn. Married 20 Jun 1790. Died at Pittsborough. Closeup of marker.
  207. Jones, Peter Duponceau   (b. 6 Feb 1793 - d. Aug 1793)
      • Son of Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Mallett) Jones. Shares stone with siblings: Eunice Sarah, John Haywood, Peter Stephen. Name and dates appear on mother's stone, but 1793 date of death - well before the church was established-- suggests that burial was probably at Rock Rest. Closeup of marker.
  208. Jones, Peter Stephen   (b. 25 Apr 1791 - d. 30 Apr 1791)
      • Son of Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Mallett) Jones. Shares stone with siblings: Eunice Sarah, John Haywood, Peter Duponceau. Name and dates appear on mother's stone, but 1791 date of death - well before the church was established-- suggests that burial was probably at Rock Rest. Closeup of marker.
  209. King, James   (b. Unknown - d. Mar 1854)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 201. " - formerly a Baptist but for a long time a regular and devout attendant of the church." Buried 19 Mar 1854.
  210. Kloster, Marye K.   (b. 10 Aug 1930 - d. Reserved)
      • Wife of Vance R. Kloster. "Well done, good and faithful servant; Matt:25.21." Double headstone. Row 37. Column C - New section.
  211. Kloster, Vance R.   (b. 25 Sep 1927 - d. 6 Sep 1997)
      • Husband of Marye K. Kloster. "Well done, good and faithful servant; Matt:25.21." Double headstone. Row 37. Column C - New section.
  212. Koski, Joseph S.   (b. 14 Feb 1921 - d. 25 Nov 1990)
      • Husband of Mary Alice (Harris) Koski. PFC US Marine Corps World War II.
  213. Koski, Mary Alice (Harris)   (b. 2 Oct 1922 - d. 24 Jun 1990)
      • Wife of Joseph S. Koski. Daughter of Thomas C. and Willie Pausey (Sutphin) Harris.
  214. Lanchoney, Louis Angelo   (b. 7 Sep 1915 - d. 14 Aug 2003)
  215. Lane, Levin   (b. Unknown - d. 2 Jun 1863)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 203. "Of New Hanover Co."
  216. Lee, Bettie L.   (b. 1 Oct 1856 - d. 20 May 1920)
      • "Hope" "Blessed are the dead who die in The Lord from henceforth. Rev. 14:13." Footstone: BLL.
  217. Lippitt, Augustus Drane, Capt.   (b. 2 Nov 1841 - d. Nov 1897)
      • Husband of Mary Frances (Colston) Lippitt. Son of W. H. and Mary Lippitt. Co. G 61st NC Regt..
  218. Lippitt, Mary Colston   (b. 24 Mar 1879 - d. 2 Sep 1892)
      • Daughter of Capt. Augustus Drane and Mary F. (C.) Lippitt. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." Footstone: MCL.
  219. London, Alice Hill (Haughton)   (b. 11 Oct 1865 - d. 10 Oct 1868)
      • Daughter of William L. and Carrie [Maria Caroline] London. "Of such is the kingdom of Heaven." "Fell asleep in Jesus." Signed Gaddes, Balt. Footstone: AHL. Closeup of marker. Backside of marker.
  220. London, Arthur Hill III   (b. 19 Jan 1931 - d. 12 Oct 2000)
  221. London, Arthur Hill, Jr., M.D.   (b. 5 Jul 1903 - d. 24 Apr 1976)
      • Husband of Jeanette Clara (Brinson) London. "A friend of children" "MD FACP."
  222. London, Arthur Hill, Sr.   (b. 9 Jul 1874 - d. 8 Dec 1969)
      • Husband of Elizabeth Williams (Foushee) London. Son of William L. and Maria Caroline (Haughton) London. Footstone: AHL.
  223. London, Caroline "Carrie" Haughton   (b. 4 Oct 1882 - d. 23 Jul 1883)
      • Daughter of William L. and Maria Caroline (Haughton) London. "The Savior hath gathered His lamb to His breast."
  224. London, Caroline "Carrie" Haughton   (b. 12 Oct 1892 - d. 7 Jan 1923)
  225. London, Catherine Swann (Moore)   (b. 24 Jul 1814 - d. 19 Jul 1896)
      • 2nd Wife of Henry Adolphus London. Granddaughter of Gen. James Moore of the Continental Army. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." "Relict of Henry Adolphus London." Closeup of marker.
  226. London, Elizabeth   (b. 1 Jul 1911 - d. Oct 1958)
      • Daughter of Arthur H., Sr., and Elizabeth (Foushee) L..
  227. London, Elizabeth Bettie Louisa (Jackson)   (b. 24 Apr 1853 - d. 2 Jul 1930)
      • Wife of Henry Armand London. Married 22 Jun 1865. Daughter of Joseph John and Lucy J. Worth Jackson. "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord." "All who knew her and many who knew her not are better that she has lived." "Her children rise up and call her blessed." Footstone: BLL. Backside of marker.
  228. London, Elizabeth Williams (Foushee)   (b. 30 Jan 1871 - d. 29 Oct 1954)
      • Wife of Arthur Hill London, Sr. Daughter of William Franklin and Joanna Elizabeth Burke. Footstone: EFL.
  229. London, Emily Dewey Mitchell   (b. 18 Sep 1909 - d. 27 Nov 2000)
      • Wife of Lawrence Foushee London. Mother of Lawrence F. Jr. and Alexander Claypoole. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God."
  230. London, Frances (Thompson)   (b. 26 Aug 1906 - d. 6 Oct 1984)
      • Wife of William Lord London.
  231. London, Frances Pendleton   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Wife of George Elliot London. Daughter of Andrew Lewis Pendleton, MD and Hazel Evans Pendleton.
  232. London, Frank Marsden   (b. 10 Mar 1906 - d. 13 Feb 1910)
      • Son of Arthur H. and Elizabeth "Lizzie" (Foushee) London. "Suffer the little children and forbid them not to come unto Me, for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." Closeup of marker.
  233. London, Fred Williams   (b. 9 Dec 1913 - d. Unknown)
      • Husband of Jean Edgerton London. "Give rest, O Christ, to your servant with your saints."
  234. London, George Elliot   (b. 19 Aug 1912 - d. 30 Mar 1993)
      • Husband of Frances (Pendleton) London. Son of Henry Mauger London and Mary Elliot London. US Navy World War II.
  235. London, Helen Willard Renfrow   (b. 14 Jun 1913 - d. 19 Mar 1986)
      • Wife of John Haughton London. Mother of Helen Renfrow, Carolina Haughton, Ann Mauger.
  236. London, Henry Adolphus   (b. 9 Apr 1808 - d. 27 Nov 1882)
      • Husband of Sally Margaret (Lord) and Catherine Swann (Moore) London. "Mark the perfect man and behold the upright." The St. Bartholomew's register entry for his burial says: "28 Nov 1882. Henry Adolphus London, Aged 75 years. He was for 30 years the senior warden of the Parish. He fell asleep heartily beloved and lamented by a whole community indebted to his gracious offices for help in time of need, for comfort in distress and the example of a faithful life. The Righteous Live Forever More." Closeup of marker.
  237. London, Henry Armand   (b. 1 Mar 1846 - d. 19 Jan 1918)
      • Husband of Bettie Louisa (Jackson) London. Son of Henry Adolphus and Sally Margaret (Lord) London. Enlisted 1864 at 18 as Pvt. Co. I, 32nd NC Regt. CSA. " We were the Gray and followed Lee to Appomattox." Closeup of marker. Backside of marker. Backside Closeup of marker.
  238. London, Henry Mauger   (b. 11 Apr 1879 - d. 30 Dec 1939)
      • Husband of Mary (Elliot) London. Son of Henry Armand and Bettie (Jackson) London "Legislative reference librarian of North Carolina 1919-1939. Secretary to the board of trustees of the University of North Carolina 1921-1939. Secretary of the North Carolina Bar Association 1921-1939." "Secretary to the vestry of the Church of Good Shepherd in Raleigh 1816-1939. Treasurer of the Diocese of North Carolina 1919-1939. Faithful to every trust." "He served his fellow man with love, his state with honor, his God with fidelity. Well done, thou good and faithful servant; enter thou into the joy of The Lord." Footstone: HML. Side 2 of marker. Side 3 of marker. Side 4 of marker.
  239. London, Henry Mauger, Jr.   (b. 31 Jan 1910 - d. 29 Sep 1962)
      • Son of Henry Mauger and Mary E. London. 1st Lt. 645 TD Bn, World War II. Footstone: Military marker. "With a rare and warm sense of humor, his capacity for friendship was unlimited." Closeup of marker.
  240. London, Inder (Tucker)   (b. 5 Apr 1869 - d. 3 May 1958)
      • Wife of Dr. John Haughton London. Footstone: ITL.
  241. London, Infant   (b. 23 Dec 1931 - d. 23 Dec 1931)
      • Son of Dr. Arthur Hill, Jr. and Jeanette B. London.
  242. London, Jean Edgerton   (b. 23 Feb 1921 - d. 18 May 2004)
      • Wife of Fred Williams London. "Give rest, O Christ, to your servant with your saints."
  243. London, Jeanette Clara (Brinson)   (b. 19 Dec 1907 - d. 19 Nov 1971)
      • Wife of Dr. Arthur Hill London, Jr.
  244. London, John Haughton   (b. 23 May 1909 - d. 13 Jan 1988)
      • Husband of Helen (Renfrow) London. Son of Arthur Hill and Elizabeth (Foushee) London. "He was devoted to family, church and community."
  245. London, John Haughton, Dr.   (b. 9 Mar 1869 - d. 30 Dec 1917)
      • Husband of Inder (Tucker) London. Son of William Lord and Maria Caroline (H.) London. Footstone: JHL.
  246. London, Julian Worth   (b. 24 Sep 1890 - d. 30 Nov 1890)
      • Son of Henry Armand and Bettie Louisa (Jackson) London. "Safe in the arms of Jesus." Footstone: JWL.
  247. London, Lawrence Foushee   (b. 12 Feb 1908 - d. 4 Mar 2005)
      • Husband of Emily Dewey Mitchell London. Son of Arthur Hill and Elizabeth Foushee London. Father of Lawrence F. Jr. and Alexander Claypoole. "Church histographer, southern historian, rare books librarian." "Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth."
  248. London, Maria Caroline (Haughton)   (b. 21 Dec 1839 - d. 19 Feb 1923)
      • Wife of William Lord London. Daughter of John Hooker and Eliza Alice (Hill) Haughton. Shares ledger stone with husband. Closeup of marker.
  249. London, Mary "Mamie" (Elliot)   (b. 12 Jan 1888 - d. 4 Nov 1962)
      • Wife of Henry Mauger London. Daughter of George D. and Cornelia (McNeill) Elliot of Cumberland Co. As a leader in her church, Colonial Dames, the UDC, and as a founder of the NC State Art Society, she contributed greatly to the culture of her state." "And the greatest of these is love." Footstone: MEL. Backside of marker.
  250. London, Rufus Marsden   (b. 21 Aug 1842 - d. 31 Oct 1863)
      • Son of Henry Adolphus and Sally Margaret (Lord) London. Footstone: RML. From St. B register, page 204: "Was killed instantly by the falling of a tree while possum hunting."
  251. London, Sally Margaret (Lord)   (b. 17 Mar 1814 - d. 3 Nov 1857)
      • 1st Wife of Henry Adolphus London. Daughter of William Campbell and Eliza Jane Hill Lord. "There are no partings in Heaven." Married 29 Feb 1832. Closeup of marker. Backside of marker. Right side inscription. Wreath carving. Rose carving.
  252. London, William L. (MD) "Will"   (b. 1 Nov 1930 - d. 20 Oct 2014)
      • Age 83+. Husband of Carolyn White London. Son of William Lord London and Lillie Frances Thompson London.
  253. London, William Lord   (b. 8 Aug 1901 - d. 29 Sep 1964)
      • Husband of Frances (Thompson) London. Son of Arthur Hill and Elizabeth (Foushee) London. Footstone: WLL.
  254. London, William Lord   (b. 3 Apr 1838 - d. 30 Nov 1916)
      • Husband of Maria Caroline (Haughton) London. Son of Henry Adolphus and Sally Margaret (Lord) London. Adjutant General in Confederate Army. Brig. Gen. 2nd Brigade NC United Confederate Veterans. "Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy. Matthew 5:7." Shares ledger stone with wife. Closeup of marker.
  255. London, William Lord, Jr.   (b. 15 Jun 1872 - d. 4 Jul 1890)
      • Son of William L. and Maria Caroline (Haughton) London. "Out of the deep have I called unto thee, O Lord hear my voice." "Drowned." "Grant unto him eternal rest, O Lord." Signed C.A. Goodwin, Raleigh, NC. Closeup of marker. Closeup of inscription.
  256. Long, Hamilton C.   (b. 1842 - d. Apr 1908)
      • Husband of Martha M. (Crump) Long. No marker.
  257. Lord, William C,   (b. Unknown - d. Jun 1847)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 201. Burial 7 Jun 1847. "A communicant of St. James Parish in Wilmington."
  258. Lovings, Jill "Gigi" Doty   (b. 15 Jul 1953 - d. 15 Jul 2008)
      • "And now abideth Faith, Hope, and Love, and the greatest of these is Love."
  259. MacKey, Verna W.   (b. 2 Jan 2008 - d. 1 Dec 2004)
      • Wife of William S. MacKey.
  260. MacKey, William S.   (b. 25 Jan 1905 - d. 4 Jan 1988)
      • Husband of Verna (Whitaker) Mackey.
  261. Mann, Bertie (Outlaw)   (b. 17 Apr 1894 - d. 30 Nov 1979)
      • Wife of Fletcher Cullen Mann. "A loving wife and mother."
  262. Mann, Fletcher Cullen   (b. 29 Jul 1885 - d. 8 Sep 1942)
      • Husband of Bertie (Outlaw) Mann. "A devoted husband and father."
  263. Mann, Infant   (b. 19 Mar 1919 - d. 29 Mar 1919)
      • Infant daughter of Fletcher C. and Bertie (Outlaw) Mann. "Gone so soon."
  264. Manning, John Moore, Jr., LLD   (b. 30 Jul 1830 - d. 12 Feb 1899)
      • Husband of Louise Jones (Hall) Manning. Son of John and Tamar Leary Manning. Lieutenant in the Confederate Army. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God" "Delegate to the Constitutional Convention 1861. Lieutenant in the Confederate Army. Member of Congress 1871. Delegate to the Constitutional Convention 1875. Code Commissioner of North Carolina 1883. Professor of Law, University of North Carolina 1882-1899." Born at Edenton, NC. Died at Chapel Hill, NC. Closeup of marker. Backside of marker. Backside Closeup of marker.
  265. Manning, John Moore, Sr.   (b. 25 Dec 1803 - d. 13 Aug 1872)
  266. Manning, Louisa Jones (Hall)   (b. 19 Aug 1835 - d. 17 Jul 1906)
      • Wife of John Manning, Jr. Daughter of Dr. Isaac and Eliza Hall. "Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was; and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it. Eccl.12-7." "Born at Jackson NC. Married 5 Jun 1856. Died at Chapel Hill." Closeup of marker.
  267. Manning, Mary Sutherland   (b. 22 Oct 1860 - d. 20 May 1959)
      • Daughter of John and Louise Manning.
  268. Manning, Tamar Leary   (b. 15 Feb 1805 - d. 20 Nov 1866)
      • Wife of John Moore Manning, Sr. Daughter of John and Sarah Haughton Leary.
  269. Marshall, Norman Stoughton   (b. Unknown - d. Apr 1847)
      • Infant son of Abel and Delano Marshall. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 201. Buried 17 Apr 1847.
  270. Maupin, Carey Judson   (b. 27 Aug 1894 - d. 29 Aug 1973)
      • Missouri SGT US Army World War I.
  271. Maupin, Peter B. Rev.   (b. 31 Aug 1937 - d. 3 Jul 2003)
  272. Maupin, Sara Denson   (b. 3 Oct 1906 - d. 25 Apr 1979)
  273. McClenahan, Henry Clay   (b. 1842 - d. 4 Jan 1857)
      • Son of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. "Remember now thy creator in the days of thy youth" "Too pure for earth he was early called to a better world." Signed Lauder. Son of inscription.
  274. McClenahan, Infant   (b. Unknown - d. Jul 1839)
      • Infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Spence McClenahan. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200. Buried 19 Jul 1839.
  275. McClenahan, James Taylor   (b. Unknown - d. 2 Jul 1862)
      • Son of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. CSA Co M 15th NC Regt. From St. B register, page 202: "1st Sergt. Wounded in battle at Malvern Hill July 1st; died July 2nd."
  276. McClenahan, John Spence   (b. 1840 - d. 28 Mar 1841)
      • Son of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. "In memory of little John Spence."
  277. McClenahan, Margaret Amelia   (b. 12 Oct 1850 - d. 10 Oct 1927)
      • Daughter of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. Footstone: MAM.
  278. McClenahan, Mary E.   (b. 1830 - d. 9 Jul 1830)
      • Daughter of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. "In memory of." Aged 3 months 2 days. Closeup of marker.
  279. McClenahan, Mary Jane   (b. 1839 - d. 23 Jan 1840)
      • Daughter of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. "In memory of." Aged 10 months.
  280. McClenahan, Sarah 'Sally' Ann   (b. 31 Jan 1810 - d. 22 Jun 1886)
      • Wife of Dr. Spence McClenahan. Footstone: SAM.
  281. McClenahan, Spence, M.D.   (b. 29 Jul 1798 - d. 4 Feb 1859)
      • Husband of Sarah Ann McClenahan. Footstone: SM.
  282. McClenahan, Waddey   (b. 25 Aug 1846 - d. 1 Sep 1921)
      • Son of Dr. Spence and Sarah Ann McClenahan. Footstone: WMcC.
  283. McDaniel, Chester M.   (b. 1915 - d. 1987)
      • 1st Husband of Joyce (McDaniel) Dawson. Capt. US Army World War II.
  284. Moore, James   (b. 2 Sep 1869 - d. 22 Sep 1869)
      • Son of Francis M. and Lousia J. Moore. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 207.
  285. Moore, James   (b. Abt 1808 - d. 30 Dec 1889)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 222. "Aged 81 years."
  286. Moore, John A.   (b. 7 Oct 1816 - d. 1 Jul 1888)
      • "A man honest, just, and true." "To the memory of." Signed CA Goodwin, Raleigh. Footstone: JAM.
  287. Moore, John Swann   (b. Abt 1833 - d. 23 Oct 1861)
      • Son of James and Sally Moore. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202. "Aged about 28 years. Died of consumption."
  288. Moore, Lois Seagroves Harris   (b. 12 Nov 1924 - d. 12 Jan 2015)
      • Age 91. Wife of 1) Joseph Pritchett Harris and 2) James Sydney Moore. Daughter of Fabius Seagroves and Floyda Seagroves.
  289. Moore, Louisa J.   (b. Unknown - d. 17 Sep 1871)
      • Wife of Francis M. Moore. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 208. "Died at Swann Station, Moore Co., NC."
  290. Moore, Sally   (b. Unknown - d. 17 Feb 1866)
      • Wife of James Moore. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 205. "Died of consumption."
  291. Morgan, Bessie Fike (Chapin)   (b. 1 Mar 1908 - d. 15 Jul 1977)
      • Wife of William Brewer Morgan.
  292. Morgan, Joseph Evans   (b. 7 Jan 1860 - d. 20 Nov 1909)
      • Husband of Laura Hanks (Brewer) Morgan.
  293. Morgan, Laura Hanks (Brewer)   (b. 30 Oct 1866 - d. 17 Oct 1942)
      • Wife of Joseph Evans Morgan. Footstone: M.
  294. Morgan, Miriam (Chapin)   (b. 22 Apr 1906 - d. 13 Feb 1979)
      • Wife of Thomas Joseph Morgan.
  295. Morgan, Susan Delana   (b. 5 Apr 1900 - d. 17 Apr 1967)
      • Daughter of Joseph Evans and Laura Hanks (Brewer) Morgan.
  296. Morgan, Thomas Joseph   (b. 28 Sep 1906 - d. 28 Nov 1973)
      • Husband of Miriam (Chapin) Morgan.
  297. Morgan, William Brewer   (b. 10 Jan 1910 - d. 20 Jul 1975)
      • Husband of Bessie Fike (Chapin) Morgan.
  298. Morgan, William Chapin   (b. 2 Jul 1939 - d. 27 Dec 1994)
      • Son of William Morgan. Died In California; Father was newspaper editor. Row ?22. Column J, New Section.
  299. Nevius, Christine Marchuk   (b. 12 Jul 1966 - d. 30 Aug 2014)
      • Age 48. Wife of Alistair Nevius. Daughter of Michael Marchuk and Anna Putio Marchuk.
  300. Newman, Anna Sabella (Miller)   (b. 5 Apr 1782 - d. 27 Dec 1874)
      • Wife of Melchoir Newman. Daughter of W. and C. Miller. "A loving mother and affectionate wife" "She is not dead but sleepeth." "Born at Chestnut Hill, Montgomery Co. PA. Died at Chatham Co. NC." Footstone: ASN.
  301. Nooe, Henry Rothrock, Jr.   (b. 7 Aug 1917 - d. 17 Jul 1990)
      • Husband of Ruth (Holt) Nooe. Son of H.R., Sr. and Margaret Brooks Nooe.
  302. Nooe, Henry Rothrock, Sr.   (b. 24 Nov 1888 - d. 21 Nov 1967)
      • Husband of Margaret (Brooks) Nooe. Father of H.R. Nooe, Jr.
  303. Nooe, Louis A.   (b. 10 Apr 1890 - d. 13 Aug 1961)
      • Husband of Myrtle H. (Pilkington) Nooe. NC Major Inf. Res. World War I. Military marker. Nooe Family marker.
  304. Nooe, Margaret (Brooks)   (b. 12 Feb 1895 - d. 25 Aug 1990)
      • Wife of Henry Rothrock Nooe, Sr.
  305. Nooe, Myrtle H. (Pilkington)   (b. 27 Jan 1897 - d. 1 Nov 1979)
  306. Ornat, Megan Ellen   (b. 7 May 1979 - d. 9 May 1979)
      • Row 7 - Old cemetery. column H.
  307. Owen, John, (Governor of NC)   (b. Aug 1787 - d. 9 Oct 1841)
      • Husband of Lucy Ann (Brown) Owen. Son of Col. Thomas and Eleanor (Porterfield) Owen. Aged 55. Governor of NC 1828-1830. Closeup of marker.
  308. Pennington, Abie K.   (b. 3 Mar 1889 - d. 20 Apr 1969)
      • Husband of Louise (Brooks) Pennington. Kentucky RMI USNRF World War I.
  309. Pennington, Louise (Brooks)   (b. 18 Mar 1903 - d. 28 Oct 1975)
      • Wife of Abie K. Pennington.
  310. Peoples, Junius N., Jr.   (b. 1 Jan 1895 - d. 25 Jul 1955)
      • Husband of Pauline Lyon (Taylor) Peoples.
  311. Peoples, Pauline Lyon (Taylor)   (b. 14 Mar 1903 - d. 9 Aug 1966)
      • Wife of Junius N. Peoples, Jr.
  312. Philips, Green   (b. 24 Aug 1838 - d. 20 Jul 1892)
      • CSA Co E 44th NC Regt. No marker.
  313. Pilkington, Betsy Alice   (b. 28 Aug 1891 - d. 22 May 1893)
      • Daughter of Robert George and Ellen Anna (E.) Pilkington. "Beautiful, lovely, she was but given a fair bud to earth to blossom in Heaven." Footstone: BAP. Closeup of lamb. Backside of marker.
  314. Pilkington, Ellen Anna (Eubanks)   (b. 26 Jan 1866 - d. 29 Jul 1915)
      • Wife of George Ratcliffe Pilkington. Daughter of Robert Geo. and Missouri Tuck Benton Eubanks. "Earth seems more sweet to live upon, More full of love because of her. By faith I cling to Thee." Closeup of marker. Footstone: EAP. Backside of marker. Backside Closeup of marker.
  315. Pilkington, George Ratcliffe   (b. 15 Mar 1866 - d. 2 May 1944)
      • Husband of Ellen Anna (Eubanks) Pilkington. "To him death came no conqueror at the end. He simply smiled to meet another friend." "O give thine own sweet rest to me." Masons insignia. Born in Haslingden, England. Backside of marker. Footstone: GRP.
  316. Plaisted, Elizabeth Jean   (b. 12 Jul 1922 - d. 18 Jun 2007)
  317. Plaisted, Linda Joyce   (b. 13 Mar 1946 - d. 15 Dec 1995)
      • Row 47. Column J - New Section.
  318. Pope, Harrington   (b. 28 Dec 1834 - d. 16 Sep 1903)
      • Husband of Martha Baker Williams, Philadelphia Hoosier Williams, and Roxanne Turner. Son of George and Mary Pope. "He was a brave Confederate Soldier." Footstone: H.P..
  319. Pope, Martha B., Mrs.   (b. Unknown - d. 9 May 1862)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202.
  320. Pope, Roxanna Turner   (b. 1 Apr 1851 - d. 13 Mar 1909)
      • 3rd Wife of Harrington Pope. Widow of David Turner. "He giveth His beloved sleep." Footstone: RP.
  321. Pou, Ed Felder   (b. 30 Apr 1890 - d. 26 Aug 1891)
      • Son of Ed W., Jr., and Caroline Haughton (Ihrie) Pou. "Little Ed Felder." Aged 1 year, 3 months, 27 days. "Of such is the kingdom of Heaven." Footstone: EFP.
  322. Pou, Infant   (b. 23 Sep 1888 - d. 23 Sep 1888)
      • Infant of Ed W., Jr. and Caroline Haughton (Ihrie) Pou. Footstone: P.
  323. Powell, A. Foster   (b. 7 Oct 1889 - d. 2 May 1901)
      • Son of W. L. and Alice Powell. North side of 6'pedestal.
  324. Powell, Cora Belle   (b. 6 Jun 1874 - d. 9 Apr 1886)
      • Adopted daughter of Robert James and Mary L. (G) Powell. "Short was my stay. Long be my rest. God called for me when He thought best." Footstone: CBP.
  325. Powell, Evelyn O'Brien   (b. 8 Mar 1915 - d. 18 Dec 2013)
      • Age 98. Wife of Woodson Lea Powell III. Daughter of Bishop Marvin O'Brien and Effie Mae Ingram O'Brien.
  326. Powell, Foster A.   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • "Asleep in Jesus peaceful rest, whose waking is supremely blest." Fieldstone footstone.
  327. Powell, Mary Lea (Garrett)   (b. 2 Oct 1841 - d. 3 Feb 1911)
      • Wife of Robert James Powell. Granddaughter of Woodson Lea. East side of 6' pedestal shared with husband. Footstone: Mary L. Powell
  328. Powell, Mary Peter (Hill)   (b. 23 May 1883 - d. 5 Dec 1957)
      • "Well done, thou good and faithful servant."
  329. Powell, Peter Ross   (b. 7 Aug 1922 - d. 11 Jun 1987)
      • Husband of Rosalie Watson Powell. Double headstone. Row 8. Column F - Old cemetery.
  330. Powell, Robert James 'Jim'   (b. 29 Jan 1839 - d. 31 Jan 1893)
      • Husband of Mary Lea (Garrett) Powell. Capt. CSA. "Thy will be done." West side of 6' pedestal shared with wife. "His heart was in his hand." "Though cast down wer'e [sic] not forsaken, Though afflicted, not alone, Thou didst give and Thou hast taken, Blessed Lord. Thy will be done." Closeup of marker. Footstone: RJP.
  331. Powell, Rosalie Watson   (b. 17 Feb 1923 - d. 18 Feb 2008)
      • Wife of Peter Ross Powell. Double headstone. Row 8. Column F - Old cemetery.
  332. Powell, Woodson Lea   (b. 26 Dec 1861 - d. 29 Jul 1901)
      • Son of Robert James and Mary Lea (Garrett) Powell. North side of 6' pedestal.
  333. Powell, Woodson Lea   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • "The strife is o'er, the battle done; The victory of life is over; The song of triumph has begun. Alleluia." Footstone: fieldstone.
  334. Powell, Woodson Lea II   (b. 24 Jul 1888 - d. 20 Mar 1924)
      • "Precious in the sight of The Lord is the death of his saints. Psalms 116,15." Footstone: WLP II.
  335. Powell, Woodson Lea III   (b. 18 Jul 1912 - d. 23 Jul 1985)
      • Husband of Evelyn (O'Brien) Powell. Double headstone. Double stone w/ Evelyn O'Brien Powell.
  336. Reid, Mary   (b. Unknown - d. Jun 1897)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 213. "Miss Mary Reid." Buried 6 Jun 1897.
  337. Rencher, Abraham   (b. 16 Aug 1798 - d. 6 Jul 1883)
      • Husband of Louisa Mary (Jones) Rencher. Son of John Grant and Ann Nelson Rencher. Member of Congress, Minister to Portugal, Governor of New Mexico. Born in Wake Co. Died in Chapel Hill. Footstone: AR.
  338. Rencher, Edward Jones   (b. 28 Mar 1850 - d. 27 Oct 1850)
      • Son of Abraham and Louisa Mary (Jones) Rencher. "Youngest child of" "Not here but risen."
  339. Rencher, John Grant   (b. 1 Aug 1840 - d. 11 Aug 1909)
      • Son of Abraham and Louisa Mary (Jones) Rencher. Co K 33rd NC Reg. CSA.
  340. Rencher, Louisa Mary (Jones)   (b. 1807 - d. 20 Sep 1901)
      • Wife of Abraham Rencher. Daughter of Solicitor Gen. Edward and Mary Mallett Jones. Born at `Rock Rest' Chatham County NC. Died at Pittsboro. Footstone: LJR.
  341. Rencher, Mary Jones   (b. 24 Feb 1838 - d. 5 Oct 1841)
      • Daughter of Abraham and Louisa Mary (Jones) Rencher. "Eldest child of.."
  342. Rencher, William Conway   (b. 29 Jul 1842 - d. 22 Aug 1901)
      • Son of Abraham and Louisa Mary (Jones) Rencher. CSA.
  343. Riddle, Alexander   (b. 20 Dec 1886 - d. 26 Sep 1932)
      • Husband of Mattie Lee (Gunter) Riddle. "A devoted husband and father." Footstone: AR Masonic emblem.
  344. Riddle, Hasty Wilson   (b. 14 Sep 1917 - d. 16 Mar 1976)
      • Son of Alexander and Mattie Riddle. Brother of Vivian E. and Samuel L. Riddle. Lt.Col. US Army World War II, Korea.
  345. Riddle, Mattie Lee (Gunter)   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Wife of Alexander Riddle. "A beloved wife and mother."
  346. Riddle, Vivian Elizabeth   (b. 21 Oct 1919 - d. 29 Mar 1982)
      • Daughter of Alexander and Mattie Riddle. "Our daughter." Footstone: VER.
  347. Roberts, Anne Louisa (Hooper) Cobia   (b. 1816 - d. Jun 1846)
      • Wife of Rev. Daniel Cobia and Rev. John Jones Roberts. Two stones: (1) "Louisa Roberts and her babes, Mary and Maclaine pilgrims." (2) "Sacred to the Memory of." "And their infant." Shares memorial stone with siblings Mary Charlotte and Maclaine - all children of Archibald Maclaine and Charlotte DeBerniere Hooper. "In these two sisters, surpassing beauty of person was enhanced by the most lovely character, brilliant mind, and fervent piety." St. B register lists 17 Jun 1846 as burial date for both Louisa Roberts, wife of Rev. J. J. Roberts, and Louisa Hall, daughter of Rev. J. J. and Louisa Roberts. Closeup of inscription.
  348. Roberts, Louisa Hall   (b. Unknown - d. Jun 1846)
      • Daughter of Rev. John Jones and Anne Louisa (H.) (C.)Roberts. "Jesu mercy. Louisa Roberts and her babes. Mary and Maclaine pilgrims." Closeup of inscription.
  349. Rogers,   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Co A ,Bethel Regt. CSA.
  350. Rogers, Emily T. M. (Faucette)   (b. 1831 - d. 4 Apr 1857)
      • Wife of David H. Rogers. Daughter of Robert and Letitia Faucette. "The Lord gave and The Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of The Lord." Age 28 years 5 months 2 days. Footstone: ETMR.
  351. Rogers, Infant   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Infant of David H. and Emily T. M. (Faucette) Rogers.
  352. Rogers, Ruth   (b. Unknown - d. 15 Mar 1891)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 223.
  353. Romel, Alexander   (b. 1 May 1916 - d. 15 Jan 1995)
      • Husband of Olga Romel.
  354. Romel, Anthony   (b. 26 Jan 1947 - d. 11 Mar 1998)
  355. Romel, Olga   (b. 5 Dec 1926 - d. 25 Sep 2001)
      • Wife of Alexander Romel.
  356. Rosenthal, Mary Corinne   (b. 23 Jan 1969 - d. 26 Jan 1969)
      • Daughter of Herbert Gustav and Caroline H. (L.) Rosenthal.
  357. Shannonhouse, Martha Elizabeth (Fredriksen)   (b. 1882 - d. 30 Sep 1948)
      • Wife of Rev. Royal Graham Shannonhouse. Devoted mother of Norma F., Royal G., and Renaud C. Footstone: MFS.
  358. Shannonhouse, Norma Fredriksen   (b. 27 Sep 1904 - d. 13 Dec 1957)
      • Daughter of Royal G. and Martha Eliza. (F.) Shannonhouse.
  359. Shannonhouse, Royal Graham   (b. 22 Mar 1906 - d. 12 Mar 1994)
      • Son of the Rev Royal G. Shannonhouse. Lt Col US Army WW2. Row 4. Column H - Old cemetery.
  360. Shannonhouse, Royal Graham, Rev.   (b. 1 Aug 1875 - d. 18 Oct 1949)
      • Husband of Martha Elizabeth (Fredriksen) Shannonhouse. "Beloved Rector of St. Bartholomew's Parish for 25 years and 9 months." Footstone: RGS.
  361. Skinner, Joshua   (b. Unknown - d. Jun 1862)
      • Son of Joshua and Mary Skinner of Edenton. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 202. "Died of dysentery sequela of measles." Buried Jun 1862.
  362. Smith, Charles Stuart   (b. 1916 - d. 2001)
      • Beloved husband, father, and friend.
  363. Snelling, Amy Viola (Smith)   (b. 2 Feb 1900 - d. 30 Sep 1994)
      • Wife of Howard Snelling. Row 6. Column 4 (Old cemetery).
  364. Snelling, Howard   (b. 7 Feb 1877 - d. 6 Mar 1946)
      • Husband of Amy Viola (Smith) Snelling. Born in Lincoln Massachusetts. Died in Pittsboro NC.
  365. Snelling, Richard H.   (b. 1 Sep 1931 - d. 8 Apr 1986)
      • US Air Force Korea.
  366. Starkey, Donald Wallace   (b. 4 Feb 1939 - d. 19 May 2015)
      • Age 76. Husband of 1) Huguette L. Starkey and 2) Patricia Carrick Starkey. Son of Clarence Ray Starkey and Ina Starkey.
  367. Stedman, Annie Mary (Sutton)   (b. 16 Feb 1859 - d. 3 Jul 1886)
      • Wife of Nathan A. Stedman. Daughter of Rev. Dr. Robert Bean and Julia Ann Marie Biscoe Crane Stedman. Born in Petersville Md. Died in Raleigh. "My flesh also shall rest in hope. Ps. XVI,9." Closeup of marker. Footstone: AMS.
  368. Stewart, Bruce T.   (b. 17 Aug 1918 - d. 2 Sep 2006)
      • Husband of Caroline Q. Stewart
  369. Stewart, Caroline Q.   (b. 30 Dec 1917 - d. 20 Apr 2004)
      • Wife of Bruce T. Stewart.
  370. Stoddard, Barbara B.   (b. 30 Jul 1928 - d. Unknown)
      • Wife of John L. Stoddard.
  371. Stoddard, John L.   (b. 22 May 1923 - d. 20 Apr 2006)
      • Husband of Barbara B. Stoddard
  372. Sutton, Julia Ann Maria (Biscoe) Crane   (b. 26 Mar 1829 - d. 14 Sep 1896)
      • Wife of ? Crane and Robert Bean Sutton, D.D. Daughter of Langley Biscoe Julia Ann Marie (Biscoe) (Crane) Sutton. Born in St. Mary's Co. Md. "Peace Perfect Peace." Closeup of marker.
  373. Sutton, Nicholas Hamner Cobb   (b. 1 Aug 1863 - d. 21 Aug 1863)
      • Son of Rev. Dr. Robert B. and Julia A.M. (Biscoe) (Crane) Sutton. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 204. "Died of bronchitis."
  374. Sutton, Robert Bean, D.D.   (b. 29 Jan 1826 - d. 7 Mar 1896)
      • Husband of Julia Ann Marie (Biscoe) (Crane) Sutton. "For 40 yrs. priest in the Dioceses of NC. Well done good and faithful servant." Civil War Chaplin, Missionary to the Army of Northern Virginia, Oct. 1864. Born in Westmoreland Co., Va." Closeup of marker.
  375. Swann, Alexander   (b. Unknown - d. Dec 1837)
      • Son of Major F. and A. S. Swann. No marker. Info from St. B. register, page 200. Buried 6 Dec 1837.
  376. Swann, Ann Ivey   (b. Abt 1818 - d. Jun 1882)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 216. "Miss Ann Ivey Swann of Harnett Co.; Aged 64 years."
  377. Swann, Frances M.   (b. Abt 1811 - d. 22 Oct 1866)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 206. "Died of cancer in Moore Co.; Aged about 50."
  378. Swann, Frederick W.   (b. 30 Oct 1814 - d. Nov 1880)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 214. "Of Harnett Co."
  379. Swann, John O., M.D.   (b. 27 Jan 1824 - d. 29 Aug 1848)
  380. Swann, Mary   (b. Unknown - d. Sep 1835)
      • Daughter of F. and A. S. Swann. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200. Buried 7 Sep 1825.
  381. Swann, Mary   (b. Unknown - d. Nov 1838)
      • Infant daughter of Major F. J. Swann. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200. Buried 2 Nov 1838.
  382. Swann, Rebecca M.   (b. Unknown - d. 11 Apr 1876)
      • Wife of Frederick Wm. Swann of Moore Co. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 211.
  383. Swann, Sarah   (b. Unknown - d. 25 Jun 1845)
  384. Taylor, Apphia   (b. 14 Apr 1868 - d. 17 Jul 1868)
      • Daughter of John W. and Sarah Ann (McClenahan) Taylor.
  385. Taylor, Armand London   (b. 1 Feb 1887 - d. 16 Jun 1887)
      • Infant son of John Wesley and Fanny Thurston (London) Taylor. Footstone: ALT.
  386. Taylor, Fanny Thurston (London)   (b. 8 Nov 1851 - d. 31 Aug 1897)
      • Wife of Frederick Hill. Frank Olmstead. Capt John W. Taylor. Daughter of Henry Adolphus and Sally Margaret Lord London. "The strife is o'er, the battle done, The victory of life is won. Alleuia!." Footstone: Our Mother. Closeup of marker.
  387. Taylor, Frances   (b. Abt 1892 - d. Jun 1893)
      • Daughter of John W. and Sarah Ann (McClenahan) Taylor. "Our Infant." Name and dates from parish register, page 224. "Aged 23 months." Another view of marker.
  388. Taylor, George Lucas   (b. 29 Sep 1872 - d. 22 Jun 1955)
      • Husband of Mollie Frances (Wolfe) Taylor. Son of Capt. James Wesley and Sarah Ann Taylor. Footstone: GLT.
  389. Taylor, Harriett Barnum   (b. 20 Sep 1821 - d. 24 Sep 1835)
  390. Taylor, Henry Clay   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
  391. Taylor, Infants   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Infants of John W. and Sarah Ann (McClenahan) Taylor.
  392. Taylor, Infants   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
  393. Taylor, James A.   (b. 27 Sep 1866 - d. 29 Sep 1891)
      • Son of John Wesley and Sarah Ann (McClenahan) Taylor. "Under the shadow of Thy wings shall be my refuge" "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." Footstone: JT. Closeup of marker. Closeup of dates. Closeup of inscription.
  394. Taylor, John Wesley   (b. 17 May 1912 - d. 6 Nov 1993)
      • Husband of Cynthia Jane Taylor. Pilot, USPH World War II.
  395. Taylor, John Wesley, Capt.   (b. 7 Jul 1831 - d. 3 Oct 1888)
      • Husband of Sarah Ann (McClenahan) Taylor and Fanny Thurston London Taylor. CSA Capt. "Father" "I thank my God upon every remembrance of you." Footstone: JWT. Closeup of marker. Closeup of Father. Closeup of inscription.
  396. Taylor, Mary Clare   (b. 10 May 1880 - d. 19 Sep 1880)
      • Daughter of William Spence and Mary (Sutton) Taylor. Aged 4 months and 9 days. "He doeth all things well." Another view of marker.
  397. Taylor, Mollie Frances (Wolfe)   (b. 11 Aug 1889 - d. 3 Aug 1978)
  398. Taylor, Philip Hoyz [Howze?]   (b. Abt 1879 - d. Jul 1894)
      • No marker. Info from St. Bartholomew's Parish Register, page 224. "Aged about 15 years." Buried 4 Jul 1894.
  399. Taylor, Sarah Ann (McClenahan)   (b. 16 Feb 1837 - d. 24 Dec 1878)
      • 1st Wife of John Wesley Taylor. "Asleep in Jesus."
  400. Taylor, Siewers (Angier)   (b. 12 Oct 1876 - d. 16 Oct 1905)
  401. Taylor, Waddy (McClenahan)   (b. 26 Dec 1875 - d. 14 Nov 1876)
      • Twin of Emily Peoples Taylor. Dates from St. B register, page 211.
  402. Taylor, William Harlowe   (b. 27 Apr 1869 - d. 18 Apr 1923)
      • Husband of Siewers (Angier) Taylor. Son of Capt. James Wesley and Sarah Ann (McClenahan) Taylor. Footstone: Father.
  403. Taylor, William Spence   (b. 25 Sep 1858 - d. 6 Jan 1920)
      • Husband of Mary (Sutton) Taylor. Son of Capt. John W. Taylor.
  404. Thames, Grace (Sutphin)   (b. 1895 - d. 1963)
      • Wife of John Thames. Daughter of Robert L. and Mary J. Sutphin.
  405. Thomas, Eliza Ann (Womack)   (b. Abt 1826 - d. 8 Dec 1886)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 220. "Aged about 60 years.
  406. Thurston, Fanny Robinson (Seaman)   (b. 7 May 1807 - d. 10 Dec 1865)
      • Wife of The Rev. William Thurston. Daughter of William Seaman. Closeup of marker.
  407. Thurston, William, The Rev.   (b. 29 Dec 1813 - d. 2 Jun 1846)
      • Husband of Fanny Robinson (Seaman) Thurston. Ordained 1838. "Blessed are the dead which die in The Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them." "I know that he shall rise again in the resurrection at the last day." Rector of St. Bartholomew's 1839-1845. Closeup of dates.
  408. Toomer, Alexander Duncan, M.D.   (b. 1823 - d. 25 Nov 1858)
      • Age 35 years. Signed W.C. Milligan, Wilmington, NC. Closeup of marker.
  409. Toomer, John D.   (b. 13 Mar 1784 - d. 27 Sep 1856)
      • Husband of Maria Jane Rhett (Swann) Toomer. Son of Henry and Magdalen Mary DeRosset Toomer. Backside of marker.
  410. Toomer, Maria Jane Rhett (Swann)   (b. 1789 - d. May 1853)
      • Wife of John D. Toomer. Daughter of John Swann, Esq. Granddaughter of Maj. Gen. James Moore. Closeup of marker.
  411. Torrence, Henry Toomer   (b. 11 Sep 1833 - d. 8 Jul 1857)
      • Son of Albert and Sarah Ann Torrence. Closeup of marker.
  412. Torrence, James V., Jr.   (b. 8 Dec 1942 - d. 12 Jul 1986)
      • US Air Force.
  413. Torrence, James Von Allen, III   (b. 17 Jun 1971 - d. 18 May 1973)
      • Son of James Von Allen, Jr. and Jeanne E. (London) Torrance. "Precious son"
  414. Torrence, Richmond Pearson   (b. Unknown - d. 13 Feb 1863)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 203. "Doed of consumption brought on in camp."
  415. Torrence, Sarah Ann   (b. 5 Jan 1809 - d. 23 May 1857)
  416. Turner, David   (b. Abt 1803 - d. 16 Dec 1891)
      • No marker. Info from St. B register, page 223. "Aged 88 years."
  417. Turner, John Preston   (b. 9 Nov 1910 - d. 11 May 1986)
      • Shares stone bench with Margaret Martel Turner and Susan Martel Turner. "Enduring grace."
  418. Turner, Margaret Martel   (b. 12 Apr 1914 - d. 11 Mar 2008)
      • Shares stone bench with John Preston Turner and Susan Martel Turner. "Enduring grace."
  419. Turner, Susan Martel   (b. 11 Sep 1941 - d. Reserved)
      • Shares stone bench with John Preston Turner and Margaret Martel Turner. "Enduring grace."
  420. Waddell, Ann Ivey   (b. 23 Jun 1879 - d. Jul 1881)
      • Infant daughter of J. S. and Lila J. Waddell of Harnett Co. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 215.
  421. Waddell, Ann R.   (b. 1825 - d. 21 Apr 1904)
      • Daughter of Hugh Yeamans Waddell. "Be thou faithful unto death and I will give thee a crown of life. Enter thou into the joy of Thy Lord." Footstone: ARW. Died in the 79th yr. of her age. Closeup of inscription.
  422. Waddell, Duponceau Jones   (b. Unknown - d. Jul 1844)
      • Son of Haynes and Mary Waddell. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 201. Buried 3 Jul 1844.
  423. Waddell, John   (b. 6 Dec 1770 - d. 20 Dec 1830)
      • Husband of Sarah Waddell. "Mind constitutes the majesty of man, But virtue his true nobility. Aged LX years." Closeup of marker.
  424. Waddell, Maurice Quince   (b. 13 May 1804 - d. 29 Mar 1888)
      • Husband of Mildred Davis Waddell. "A man possessing many amiable and lovable qualities."
  425. Waddell, Mildred Davis   (b. 4 Aug 1804 - d. 29 Mar 1881)
      • Wife of Maurice Quince Waddell. "To the memory of a Mother exemplified in an exalted degree the qualities of Prudence, Perseverance and Truth." Backside of marker.
  426. Waddell, Sarah   (b. Unknown - d. Jun 1837)
      • Wife of John Waddell. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 200. "A communicant." Buried 8 Jun 1837.
  427. Waite, Marjanne   (b. 18 Aug 1921 - d. Reserved)
      • Wife of Robert Waite.
  428. Washington, Thomas Emery   (b. 7 Jun 1862 - d. 7 Mar 1864)
      • Son of Jno. N. and Sallie V. Washington of New Bern, NC. No marker. Info from St. B register, page 204. "Aged 21 months."
  429. Watt, George L., Jr.   (b. 1919 - d. 1998)
      • "All our love always, Maggie, Chip and Munchkin." Row 39. Column C - New cemetery.
  430. Wiley, Claudia Eliza   (b. Apr 1831 - d. 23 Mar 1840)
      • Daughter of Rev. Philip Bruce and Claudia C.M.H.G. Wiley. "The Lord gave and The Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of The Lord." Age 8 years 11 months. Closeup of marker.
  431. Wiley, Mary C.   (b. 1 Sep 1829 - d. 11 May 1842)
      • Daughter of Rev. Philip Bruce and Claudia Catelle Mulrine Hamilton Gregory Wiley. "In memory of." "Eldest child." Signed Lauder, Fayett.
  432. Wiley, Philip Bruce, Rev.   (b. 13 Aug 1804 - d. 19 Aug 1840)
      • Husband of Claudia Catelle Mulrine Hamilton G. Wiley. Son of Rev. Rufus Wiley and Claudia Catelle Mulrine Hamilton Gregory Wiley. "As for me I will behold thy face in righteousness. I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness." "Of the Protestant Episcopal Church." "Age 36. Leaving a wife and six children." Closeup of marker. Footstone: PBW.
  433. Wise, Mary (Miller)   (b. 27 Mar 1780 - d. 19 Jul 1867)
      • Wife of John Wise "of Wissahickon, PA." Daughter of Wickard and Christiann Miller. "Mother." "Died in the 88th year of her age." Footstone: MW. From St. B register, page 206: "Born in Germantown, PA. Died while on a visit to this place." Closeup of marker. Finnly, Phila. PA.
  434. Womack, Susie Taylor   (b. 8 Feb 1865 - d. 4 Oct 1906)
      • Wife of Thomas B. Womack. Daughter of John W. and Sarah Ann Taylor. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. Mat. V.8." Footstone: STW. Closeup of marker.
  435. Zarecki, Laura Pearl (Hays)   (b. 21 Mar 1900 - d. 26 Oct 1982)
      • Sister of Helen (Hays) Dawson.


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