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520    ROSE HILL AME ZION CHURCH [S05.1]

      Location - In Haw River Township. On north side of Old US 1, 0.3 mile west of Haw River, on north and east side of Rose Hill AME Zion Church.

      Coordinates: 35d 37m 04.4s N; 79d 03m 33.5s W Click here for Google maps

      Topo Quadrant: Moncure.
      Church owned: Yes. Denomination: .
      Used: Yes.
      Unrestricted access: Yes.
      Enclosed: Yes.

      Miscellaneous information: Cemetery has not been completely surveyed.

      First canvassed by: Will M. Heiser. Date: 4 Jan 2003.
      In September 2005 Nancy and Kartik Balasubramanian and Jane Pyle recorded 55 gravestone inscriptions and noted a number of apparent gravesites, unmarked. A large space is regularly mowed and may contain other unmarked sites.


  1. Adams, Jennie B.   (b. Unknown - d. 13 Aug 1898)
      • Wife of H. B. Adams. She has done what she could. Cross and crown at top of marker. fair -- stained, leaning back. Wife of H. B. Adams. outskirts, SE of church, next to Olivia F. H. Location row 6?.
  2. Alston, Rebecca   (b. 18 May 1883 - d. 7 Sep 1956)
      • Father: William Atkins. Mother: Sarah Smith. excellent. death cert 39/241; widowed. Informant: Octavia Stewart, New York City. Location row 3 1/2 ?. column 4?.
  3. Atkins, Allen   (b. 15 Mar 1841 - d. 30 Jun 1917)
      • Husband of Eliza Atkins. Earth's brightest gems are fading. broken. masonic symbol; IOOF symbol. 1/925; birth 15 Mar 1831; no info on parents; 76 years 3 mo 15 d. Location row 9.
  4. Atkins, Eliza   (b. 20 Nov 1838 - d. 28 Jul 1891)
      • Wife of Allen Atkins. At rest. next to Allen. Location row 9.
  5. Baker, Susie? Mayo   (b. Nov 1929 - d. May 1993)
      • Dau of Phillip Hunt and Susie Mayo [Hunt?] Baker. Hand carved. Very Poor -- fallen over, mostly rotted away. First name illegible on marker. next to James P. Hunt; see death cert for Hunt. Location row 4.
  6. Baldwin, Annie Crump   (b. 12 Oct 1889 - d. 24 Jul 1932)
      • Wife of Ernest Baldwin. Good. Location row 7 1/2.
  7. Baldwin, Flossie   (b. 4 Dec 1909 - d. 4 Feb 1940)
      • Good. Location row 7 1/2.
  8. Baldwin, Isabel   (b. 1907 - d. 2001)
      • Funeral marker, Haywood Funeral Home. Location row 8.
  9. Bryan, James Henry   (b. 19 Apr 1877 - d. 12 May 1910)
      • Son of W.H. and Ann Bryan. God's finger touched him and he slept. At rest. Leaning slightly. Good. Footstone w/ initials JHB leaning into fence. only intact stone in plot fenced in rusted iron w/ two marble fragments. Location row 4.
  10. Clegg, Annie   (b. 8 June 1885 - d. 8 July 1915)
      • Wife of Rufus Clegg. I shall be satisfied when I awake in his likeness. Good. Location row 8.
  11. Clegg, Olivia F.H. (Moring)   (b. 24 Aug 1885 - d. 21 Nov 1901)
      • Daughter of S.E. Clegg and Moring. Asleep in Jesus. Fair, stained, leaning. No surname on stone. Outskirts of cem, SE of church, next to Jennie Adam marker. Location row 9.
  12. Crump, Albert   (b. Abt 1840 - d. 25 Dec 1910)
      • Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep. Good. Aged 60 years. Location row 8.
  13. Crump, Annie D   (b. 8 Feb 1926 - d. 25 Nov 2004)
      • Wife of John A. Crump. Dau of James Leslie and Condies David. In God's Care. V. Good. Footstone reads "Mother". 73/74; widowed; Father James Leslie; Mother Candies Davis. Informant: Ella Stacker, Moncure; diabetes, renal failure. Location row 1.
  14. Crump, Garvin   (b. 9 Oct 1909 - d. 1 July 1994)
      • The Lord's . (3 - 4 lines, illegible). Composite + crushed stone. Fair/ Poor. Placard w/ epitaph has image of Christ in relief; blurry long slab. Location row 4.
  15. Crump, John Augusta   (b. 22 July 1932 - d. 14 Jan 1997)
      • Husband of Annie Davis Crump. Hand carved, cross broken off at top. Deteriorating. 66/66 Father Garvin Crump; Wife Annie Crump, Moncure; Mother Lattie Wilson; alcohol poisoning, accident, no autopsy. Marker facing opposite direction from Annie Crump's, right next to it. Location row 1.
  16. Crump, Martha   (b. Unknown - d. 28 Jun 1898)
      • Dau of O.E. and O. Crump. Gone to be an angel. Good. Leaning against Allen Atkins, probably not original location. Location row 9.
  17. Crump, Octavia   (b. 8 May 1880 - d. 18 Oct 1914)
      • Wife of O.E. Crump. A precious one from us is gone, A voice we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be filled. Good. 1/230; Father: Amos Alston (written Auston); Mother: Nettie Lamberth. Pellagra; DOB 18 May 1879; EEWeldon signs. Location row 8.
  18. Crump, Octavia   (b. 15 Mar 1882 - d. 7 Aug 1916)
      • Gone but not forgotten. Good. Location row 6. column 8.
  19. Crump, Rachel   (b. Abt 1872 - d. 18 Sep 1922)
      • Gone but not forgotten. Good. Aged 50 years. Location row 8. column 5.
  20. Crump, Willie   (b. 25 Dec 1896 - d. 7 Feb 1953)
      • Pvt 423 Res Labor Bn QMC WWI. 37/58; DOB 12 Dec 1892; Age 60; gunshot wound in leg in scuffle. Father: Henry Crump; Mother: Unk; Informant: Fred Taylor, Merry Oaks. Location row 6. column 6.
  21. Davis, Candies M.   (b. 9 Dec 1895 - d. 10 July 1980)
      • Wife of James Davis. Good. Vault w/ raised piece w/ name and dates in tact; fairly distinct feather embossment in ctr of vault. Death cert for Hubert David lists mother's name as Candies McKeithen. Location row 3.
  22. Davis, Hubert   (b. 28 Feb 1928 - d. 11 Oct 1976)
      • Son of Candies and James L. Davis. Husband of Dorothy. Fair/ Good. Rubber placard for name and dates; long slab. Wife's name and dates from death cert; 50/87; from NC Memorial Hospital record. Location row 3.
  23. Davis, James L.   (b. 2 May 1898 - d. 9 Sept 1974)
      • Husband of Candies Davis. Fair. Long curved slab w/ center ornament missing; raised piece w/ name and dates at head of slab intact. Location row 3.
  24. Douglass, George   (b. 1863 - d. 31 Mar 1923)
      • Gone but not forgotten. Broken. 3/345; DOD 31 Mar 1923; Informant: Reese Cotton; no data on parents. Location row 5.
  25. Edwards, Stella   (b. 7 Jun 1869 - d. 18 May 1916)
      • Wife of Amos Edwards. Gone but not forgotten. Good. Footstone: A.C.B. Row 8. column 6.
  26. Harrington, Davie   (b. 1909 - d. 1910)
      • Double stone with Ralph. Row 10.
  27. Harrington, Earl   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • Row 6. column 2.
  28. Harrington, Hanah J.   (b. 11 Nov 1886 - d. 22 Jun 1971)
      • Good. Wife, donated by Charles. Row 7.
  29. Harrington, Jerry   (b. 1860 - d. Feb 1926)
      • Good. Donated by Charles. 4/119; all blank except age 90; Informant: Sam Harrington; Buried 28 or 29 Apr 1926; Filed 2 Jul 1926. Row 6. column 9.
  30. Harrington, Nottie   (b. 9 Oct 1884 - d. 6 May 1934)
      • Row 6. column 3.
  31. Harrington, Ralph   (b. 1917 - d. 1918)
      • Double stone with Davie. Row 10.
  32. Harrington, Rena   (b. 1860's - d. Mar 1923)
      • Donated by Charles. Row 6. column 10.
  33. Harrington, Samuel M.   (b. 23 Feb 1885 - d. 17 Nov 1950)
      • Excellent. Rev. [before name]; Donated by Charles. Matches Hannah 1st in row, closest to church; 34/42; Father: Jerry Harrington; Mother: Rena Harrington. Informant: Hannah Harrington, Corinth. Row 6.
  34. Harrington, T.B.   (b. Abt 1879 - d. 5 Mar 1927)
      • Age 48 years. Row 6. column 5.
  35. Howard, Susan   (b. Abt 1865 - d. 28 May 1928)
      • Wife of Bill Howard. Rest mother rest. Good. Aged 63 years. 4/661; Father: John Johnson; Mother: Pattie Johnson; Informant: Will Johnson. Row 8. column 4.
  36. Hunt, James Phillip   (b. 26 Mar 1949 - d. 22 Apr 1984)
      • Never married; Son of Phillip and Susie Mayo Hunt. Very Poor -- fallen over, mostly rotted away; white cross fallen from top. 56/106; b. North Hampton Co.; Informant: Susie Baker, Sanford. Shot in chest while assaulting Mr. Gordon at Gordon's Moncure residence. Row 4.
  37. Johnson, Arthur R.   (b. 8 Jun 1909 - d. 20 Apr 1995)
      • Vault Knott's; molded praying hands. Row 8.
  38. Johnson, Mable Crump   (b. 7 Apr 1892 - d. 17 Dec 1974)
      • Wife of Willie Johnson. Excellent. Eastern Star symbol. Double w/ Willie W. 49/176; Husband: Willie Johnson; Father: Albert Crump; Mother: Isabella Crump; Informant: Willie Johnson. Row 8. column 2.
  39. Johnson, Willie W.   (b. 17 Aug 1892 - d. 22 Jun 1979)
      • Husband of Mable Crump Johnson. Excellent. Mason symbol. Double w/ Mable C. 51A/180; Willie L.; Parents unk; Informant: Arthur R. Johnson, son. Row 8. column 2.
  40. Lutterloh, Polly Johnson   (b. 1884 - d. 1956)
      • Gone but not forgotten. Row 8. column 3.
  41. Mayo, Nettie   (b. 1 Mar 1905 - d. 17 Mar 1928)
      • Needs cleaning. Row 6. column 4.
  42. Neal, Emeline   (b. 11 Oct 1859 - d. 16 Jan 1894)
      • Wife of Ephriam; Mother of James B. and Ida Neal. She died as she lived, trusting in God. Fair, stained. His wife. See notes for Ephriam Neal. Row 5.
  43. Neal, Ephriam   (b. 10 Sep 1848 - d. 15 Nov 1928)
      • Husband of Emeline, Father of James B. and Ida Neal. An honest man is the noblest work of God. Fair, stained, blurred. Info on 4 family members. Janes B. has sm. Marble stone w/ his initials; an uncarved granite marker east of James' is probably for Ida. Row 5.
  44. Neal, Ida   (b. 16 Mar 1880 - d. 1 Aug 1924)
      • Daughter of Ephriam and Emeline Neal. She died as she lived, trusting in God. Fair. An uncarved granite marker at the eastern edge of the cluster may be intended for Ida individually. Row 5.
  45. Neal, James B.   (b. 5 Feb 1877 - d. 16 Aug 1921)
      • Son of Ephriam and Emeline. An honest man is the noblest work of God. Fair. A small stone next to family marker is in very good codition, contains only the initials J.B.N. Row 5.
  46. Parker, Mary Louise   (b. 18 Jun 1920 - d. 1 Jan 1940)
      • Good. Row 6. column 7.
  47. Ragland, Joanna R.   (b. 20 Oct 1858 - d. 13 Sep 1916)
      • Wife of T.R. Ragland. She died as she lived A Christian. Broken. 1/660; spelled Joana; Father Jim Smith; Mother: Alice Avent; Informant: T.R. Ragland. Row 9.
  48. Raines, Maude W.   (b. 8 Oct 1908 - d. 14 Feb 1996)
      • A Virtuous Woman Her Price is Far Above Rubies. Footstone reads "Mother". Very Good. Mother. Stone is heart-shaped, w/ cross and dogwood at point. Row 2.
  49. Raines, Ruffus A.   (b. 1943 - d. 2005)
      • Son of Maude?. No stone; several markers.
  50. Shipman, Eddie Lee   (b. 20 May 1927 - d. 8 Apr 1986)
      • Son of George and Ethel Smith Shipman. Cpl US Army WWII. Good, stained, leaning. Encircled cross at top of marker. 58/193; never married; saw operator; Informant: Ethel Shipman. Row 4.
  51. Smith, Flora   (b. 1861 - d. 8 Jan 1938)
      • Wife of Sanders Smith. Good, stained. Engraving sharp; floral ornament at top. 22/137; 77 years; Father: Ossick Harris; Mother: Annie Harris; Informant: Luzera Anderson, Moncure. Row 4.
  52. Smith, Sanders   (b. Abt Mar 1853 - d. 8 May 1938)
      • Husband of Flora Smith. Good, stained. Engraving sharp; floral ornament at top. 22/142; 80 years 2 mo; Father: James Smith; Mother: Alice Avent; Informant: Luzanna Anderson, Moncure. Row 4.
  53. Stacker, Fletcher   (b. 14 Sep 1925 - d. 14 Dec 1975)
      • Fair, split. Enclosed by brick wall 3 high, rough unmarked granite marker behind wooden marker. Row 3.
  54. Street, George   (b. Unknown - d. Unknown)
      • A free and faithful servant. Handclasp; no dates. Row 5.
  55. Thomas, Melvin E.   (b. 1948 - d. 2002)
      • No stone; marker. Next to F. Stacker grave, also enclosed by 3 high brick. Row 3.


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