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495    CARLOSS [R18.2]

      Location - Deep River Township. End of SR 1423, 0.6 mile north of SR 1466

      Coordinates: 35d 36m 45.0s N; 79d 08m 18.0s W Click here for Google maps

      Kathy Brooks Jones reported 2 grave markers in Buffalo Creek Chronicles, Vol. I, 1984, page 23, Lee County #48.

      Topo Quadrant: Colon.
      Family owned: Yes.
      Abandoned: Yes.
      Number of graves: 2.
      White: Yes.
      Unrestricted access: Yes.
      Overgrown and easy to identify: Yes.
      Enclosed: Yes.
      Markers: Yes.
      Markers with inscriptions: Yes.
      Number of readable markers: 2.
      Last burial: 1845.
      First burial: 1824.
      Listed: Yes.
      Listed explanation: Kathy Brooks Jones, "Bufffalo Creek Chronicles," Vol. I, 1984, p. 23.
      Last canvassed by: Kathy Brooks Jones. Date: 1984.


  1. Carloss, Archelaus   (b. ca. 1770 - d. 11 Apr 1845)
      • Husband of Ruth Carloss. Age 75 yrs. Ref: Buffalo Creek Chronicles, Vol I, p. 23, #48.
  2. Carloss, Ruth   (b. ca. 1781 - d. 25 Nov 1824)
      • Wife of Archelaus Carloss. Age 43 yrs. Ref: Buffalo Creek Chronicles, Vol I, p. 23, #48.


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