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303    TYSOR, ORAN [K81.1]

      Location - Oakland Township. 3,400 feet north of SR 2155, Mays Chapel Road, 500 feet north of Bear Creek

      Coordinates: 35d 38m 17.0s N; 79d 13m 42.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Cemetery and graves are shown on Plat 89-55, and recorded by Will M. Heiser.

      Owner: Henry Alston.
      Legal Description: Deed FY-546, 15 Dec 1923, 100 acres from C. D. Orrell. Plat 89-55 shows cemetery location.
      Topo Quadrant: Pittsboro.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 2.
      Cemetery size: 30' x 30'.
      White: Yes.
      Restricted access: Yes. Far from reasonable access
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 2.
      Last burial: 1891.
      First burial: 1880.
      Miscellaneous information: Cemetery and graves shown on Plat 89-55.
      Last canvassed by: Mae Alston McMillon. Date: 8 Sep 1994.


  1. Tysor, Ann Clifton   (b. 1814 - d. 1891)
      • Wife of Oran A. Tysor. Plat 89-55.
  2. Tysor, Oran A.   (b. 1806 - d. 1880)
      • Husband of Ann Clifton Tysor. Plat 89-55.


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