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322    WAYMAN AME CHURCH [L23.1]

      Location - New Hope Township. 2,000 feet west of intersection of SR 1700, North Pea Ridge Road and SR 1941, Seaforth Road, between property of US Steel & Carnegie Pension Fund (254-238)

      Coordinates: 35d 42m 52.0s N; 79d 04m 32.0s W Click here for Google maps

      On 24 May 1995, the cemetery was located by Mike Hubbard and Will M. Heiser recorded six stones with inscriptions, seven funeral markers with no inscriptions, and seven fieldstones for other graves. On 8 Feb 2011, Charles Thomas located the site and photographed all of the inscribed markers, two fieldstones and two illegible funeral home markers.
      Another view in cemetery.

      Owner: TC&I Timber Co. LLC. Formerly Riegel Woodlands Corp. (Plat 4-28); and W. Benton and Barbara ThrailKill (Deed 447-707, Plat 32-13)..
      Legal Description: Parcel 17487. Deed 1293/483, 2006. Deed references cemetery and old Raleigh Iron-Ford Rd. Church shown on plat 4-28, 1953. Referred to in Deed 254-238, 22 Sep 1958, and Plat 4-28, May 1953, for Riegel Paper Corp.; and Deed 447-707, 10 Nov 1981, and Plat 32-13, 3 Nov 1981, for Thrailkill.
      Topo Quadrant: Merry Oaks.
      Church owned: Yes. Denomination: AME.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 20.
      Cemetery size: 50' x 100'.
      Black: Yes.
      Restricted access: Yes. Hard to find and far from road
      Overgrown and easy to identify: Yes.
      Enclosed: No.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 6.
      Last burial: 1933.
      First burial: 1901.
      Miscellaneous information: NC Coordinates: N714,995 E1,977,524.
      Last canvassed by: Will M. Heiser w/ Mike Hubbard. Date: 24 May 1995; Charles Thomas, 8 Nov 2011. Updates and additions by Allen Dew in November 2015.

      Revised 1 Sep 2013 bbw.

  1. Bland, Mary Farrar   (b. Abt 1857 - d. 23 Oct 1922)
      • Wife of Jerry Bland. Married 23 Jan 1873 in Chatham Co. Daughter of Lewis Farrar and Kitty Farrar. (burial here per death certificate)
  2. Farrar, Annette Evans "Nettie"   (b. Apr 1866 - d. 11 Jun 1939)
      • Wife of Isaac Farrar. Daughter of Nathan Lambeth and Adeline Bell Lambeth. Mother of Addora Farrar Morphis. (burial here per death certificate)
  3. Farrar, Annie   (b. 10 May 1850 - d. 2 Aug 1902)
      • Wife of Phillip Farrar. "His Wife". 3'x3'. Footstone: "Mother" Combined stone. Material Granite. Condition Good.
  4. Farrar, Bettie   (b. 27 May 1844 - d. 11 Feb 1922)
      • Wife of Sidney Farrar. "Asleep in Jesus". 1' x 2.5'. Round top & reglued. Material Marble. Condition Broken.
  5. Farrar, Janie   (b. 6 Mar 1882 - d. 24 Jun 1901)
      • Daughter of Sidney & Bettie Farrar. "She was the sunshine of our life". 1' x 2'. name spelled Farer on marker. Material Marble. Condition Good.
  6. Farrar, Phillip   (b. 8 Dec 1845 - d. 17 Sep 1933)
      • Husband of Annie Farrar. 3' x 3'. Footstone: Father, Combined stone. Material Granite. Condition Good.
  7. Farrar, Sidney   (b. 4 Mar 1862 - d. 10 Jun 1930)
      • Husband of Bettie Farrar. Son of Lewis Farrar and Kathie Oliff Farrar. "Died in faith". 1.5' x 2'. Rounded top. Material Marble. Condition Off pedestal.
  8. Morphis, Addora Farrar   (b. 24 Dec 1893 - d. 2 May 1925)
      • Wife of Rev. R. A. Morphis. Daughter of Isaac Farrar and Annette Evans Farrar. Died in Waterloo, SC. "May the resurrection find thee on the bosom of thy God". 1' x 2'. Round top. Material Marble. Condition Good.
  9. Stone, Sarah Bland   (b. 7 May 1876 - d. 1 Mar 1931)
      • Wife of Thomas Stone. Daughter of Jerry Bland and Mary Farrar Bland. (burial here per death certificate)
  10. Unknown, Unknown   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • illegible funeral home marker. Material metal.
  11. Unknown, Unknown   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Material fieldstone.
  12. Unknown, Unknown   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Material fieldstone.
  13. Unknown, Unknown   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • illegible funeral home marker. Material metal.
  14. Wilson, Flonnie Farrar   (b. Feb 1874 - d. 10 Dec 1933)
      • Wife of Luke Wilson. Daughter of Sidney Farrar and Bettie Lassater Wilson. (burial here per death certificate which has wrong age)
  15. Wilson, Luke   (b. Jan 1855 - d. 17 Mar 1928)
      • Husband of Flonnie Farrar Wilson. Son of Luke Wilson, Sr. and Abbie Wilson. (burial here per death certificate which has wrong age)

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