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598    ESTILL, ZAFER JULIAN [K79.1]

      Location - Haw River Township. 4435 Moncure Pittsboro Rd.

      Coordinates: 35d 39m 30.8s N; 79d 07m 51.8s W Click here for Google maps

      There is only one burial here for Zafer Julian Estill. He is buried in the woods of Chatham County that he so loved.

      Owner: Estill family. (2016)
      Legal Description: Parcel 11147. Deed 1834/522. Plat 91-417.
      Topo Quadrant: Pittsboro. Code K.
      Family Owned: Yes.
      White: Yes.
      Currently being used: Yes.
      Cemetery size: UNK.
      Number of graves: 1.
      Restricted access: Yes. Private property.
      Condition: UNK.
      Enclosed: UNK.
      Markers present: UNK.
      Markers Inscribed: UNK.
      Last burial: 2016.
      First burial: 2016.
      Listed: No. Not yet visited by CCHA.


  1. Estill, Zafer Julian "Z"   (b. 1 Aug 1996 - d. 14 Apr 2016)
      • Son of Lyle Estill and Tami Schwerin Estill. He was the grandson of Anne and Ed Schwerin, of Raleigh, NC, and Ann and Don Estill of Guelph, Ontario. He is survived by his younger brother Arlo, and sisters Kaitlin and Jessalyn and brother-in-law Dan Kiesa.


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